Simple Trick for More Realistic Texture Patterns in GIMP

One of GIMP’s biggest secrets is that you can create seamless, realistic patterns using the default patterns that come with the program. Of course, when using these patterns with the bucket fill tool they look horrible – showing very noticeable tile seams and looking nothing like what they’re supposed to based on the pattern names. However, there’s a hidden filter that blends your patterns and fills in your composition or selection areas, making your seamless texture patterns look far more convincing!

Downloads:

Download the latest version of GIMP 2.10:
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This feature is available as part of the free Resynthesizer Plugn – you can learn how to download and install using these tutorials (first is for Windows, second is for MAC):
https://youtu.be/0Cd5qEkiWRM
https://youtu.be/MiE-buxZij4

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