April 2023

A step-by-step guide to test seamless repeat patterns with ease

Why use a pattern tester? Let’s face it: testing patterns manually in procreate is hard. Hard, and definitely not fun. There’s the scaling it down, lining it up, hoping it snaps in *just* the right places and hoping. Really hoping it all works out. It’s actually one of my least favorite parts of the pattern making process. And don’t even get me started about when a *little* white hairline seemingly appears OUT OF NOWHERE and you have to start all over. 🤦‍♀️

*the* worst.

I’ve been playing around with a new style that I’m calling ‘fantasy florals’ and sharing my progress over on Instagram. It’s been so fun to experiment with different techniques (especially when they work 😅) and exploring different ideas as one builds upon another. So far, I’ve decided this is my favorite leaf type within this style and it’s the most fun to make, too. I’ve been so grateful for the encouragement and the requests for tutorials for it, so I’m here to deliver! Today I’m sharing my full, radiant leaf-making method and it’s beginner friendly, too!


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