Repeating seamless patterns: definitions, free samples, links, and how-tos

Pattern Classifications

 
 
 
 
 
 
Ways to group (classify) patterns according to their traits, such as:

These classifications are not mutually exclusive and patterns are frequently described as belonging to more than one class; for example, an abstract undirectional allover madder camouflage pattern, which has the simple shift symmetry and the half-drop layout.

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