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Video Tutorial: How To Create Seamless Turing Patterns

In today’s video tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a series of detailed, organic patterns, which have become generally known as ‘Turing Patterns’. Based on the research into reaction-diffusion patterns in nature by mathematician Alan Turing, these graphics are made up of intricate stripes, spots, and spirals. I’ll show you how a clever 3-step process in Photoshop can be used to create the effect, then I’ll explain how you can convert the patterns into seamlessly repeating patterns for use in Photoshop and Illustrator.

How to Create Seamless Turing Patterns

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  1. Loved this. One question. The additional Turing patterns have not been creating a seamless pattern. Am I missing something?

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