Tutorial: How to do seamless texture in Photoshop

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Tutorial: How to do seamless texture in Photoshop

Post by Admin on Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:33 pm

Repeating textures could never create realistic render. This obvious tiling is cause by textures that are not seamless. So the question is
how to create seamless texture.


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Here is how its done in Photoshop


Step 1: Load the texture

Step 2: Go to Filter and click other. Select Offset in the options.



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Step 3: Adjust horizontal and vertical offset until you see the noticeable seam.
Notice by doing this. The edges of original texture both vertically and horizontally were shifted.


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Step 4: Use Patch tool.

Select the seamed area and drag it to another area.
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Step 5: Use Clone stamp tool.

You can also use the clone stamp tool by taking some sample and stamping in on the areas you need to correct.




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Thats it!

Below shows the corrected texture. The obvious seam was corrected.


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Below shows the effect of the seamless texture




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Download the materials I did.

Diffuse map


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Bonus. I also did some displacement and bump map.

Displacement/bump map



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Specular map.



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