Let’s make an original pattern using Medibang 3 [with practical graphics]

We will now explain how to draw the pattern shown last time in ‘Let’s make an original pattern using Medibang 1.

The pattern shown this time will be created by using various circles.
It’s a little bit more difficult than last time but if you follow the directions, it should be easy to do so please challenge yourself.


Horizontal Dots

This can be made by using the same process as last time’s ‘Lattice Pattern‘. Check the ‘Fix Aspect Ratio’ for the fill tool and draw a circle.

Select the circle with the automatic selection tool and expand the sphere by approximately 10 pixels using ‘Expand’ in the ‘Select Sphere’ tab.
Enter the material to complete it.


Circular Striped Dots

Use the split pen to draw stripes on a canvas.
In this case, it was drawn using a brush size ‘11’, vertical ratio ‘1’, horizontal ratio ‘22’, on a ‘500 x 500px’ canvas size.

Use the selection tool to check ‘Fix aspect ratio’ in the ‘Ellipse’ tab and select the range.
This time, enclose it by ensuring the striped line enters into the end of the circle.

When copy and paste is used, a layer is created which contains just the selected area.
The original striped layer is no longer needed so either hide or delete it.

Use the transform tool to change the angle of the circular stripe and move it to the upper-left of the canvas.
Use the fill tool to draw a small circle in the opposite lower-right corner.
The dot pattern requires a margin so there is no need to select a range, so just register the canvas as a material as it is to complete it.



Decorative Stripes

Use the ‘Straight line’ option of the shape brush tool to draw a vertical line from the top to the bottom of the canvas.
By drawing a straight line without going out of the guidelines that appear as you drag, it will become a vertical line.

Use the fill tool to draw a circle over this line. By checking the ‘Select from center’ and ‘Fix aspect ratio’ options, it is possible to draw in the enter of the line.
Draw random small circles while observing the overall balance.

  • Change the color and draw two slightly thinner vertical lines than before and draw random circles on top of the line.
    Complete it by registering the canvas as a material.

Next time we will discuss how to draw small dots and patterns using illustrations.
Please take a look.