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Vibrate Surface Pattern Design

Vibrate Pattern Design

Origins Of Vibrate Pattern Design

Vibrate is based on two simple reflected paths with a white blob between. The area around the dot is set to Lighten 10% white, which makes the design more three dimensional. The final touch is replacing the diamond with a slightly uneven circle shape in white. I envisaged this pattern to be simply printed, it would look amazing woven instead!

Colour Combinations

The colour of each design is achieved by altering the background colour. The colours have a reference from 100 to 163, where 100 = black and 110 is bright cyan.

Creating This Page

With so many colour combinations it would be impractical to show all of them. Here I have chosen a selection of combinations that I feel are interesting. Smaller screen sizes are designed to display less colour examples.

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Vibrate Pattern Development

  • A – a white star between the paths. One is 80% black, the other 80% white.
  • B – adds a panel between the paths. Printed Overlay 50% white, lightening the panel, creating a second colour.
  • C – only two repeating paths. The darker path is black Overlay, the lighter path is simply white.
  • D – adds a curvy white diamond.
  • E – fatter white paths. A spot in white is added. Behind the spot is 10% white, making the design more 3D.

panel for screens 1, 2

portfolio below is the one that needs resetting to avoid new swatches appearing too deep

S Patterns with this logo are available to buy from my shop

panel for  screens 3

panel for smallest screens 4

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