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Guide to Patterns in Photoshop. A pattern is an image that is repeated, or tiled, when used to fill a layer or selection. Photoshop comes with a variety of preset patterns which are displayed in pop‑up palettes in the options bar for the Paint Bucket, Pattern Stamp, Healing Brush, and Patch tools, as well as in the Layer Style dialog box.What are texture patterns?
Texture and pattern are terms that describe various decorative elements, such as upholstery fabrics, curtains, walls and even types of tile.What is texture in Photoshop?
In Adobe Photoshop, a texture is derived from a .PSD (Photoshop image) or .JPG file (JPEG image) and enables you to texture certain elements of your graphics such as a background image or tile by blending your image file. Common pictures used as textures include tree leaves and blades of grass.What is a pattern in Photoshop?
A pattern is an image or line art that can be tiled repeatedly. A tile is the subdividing of a computer graphics selection into a series of squares and placing them on a layer or within the selection. Thus, a pattern in Photoshop is essentially a tiled image.