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While I think your examples are hand crafted scratchboard illustrations. If you are looking for something automated and quick, Alpha Plug Ins has the Engraver II plug in which is designed to generate some scratchboard-like appearance.
I think those are like comic book drawings, whether on paper or on Illustrator both cases they are manually drawn. However there's an easy way to create something close to that on Photoshop using filters, here's how: Open the desired image in Photoshop: From Filter menu go to Filter Gallery --> Sketch --> Graphic Pen: Play with the numbers ...
I've been doing similar work semi-manually in Illustrator Create a small pattern from the doodles you'd like to use (Make sure all 4 edges match up perfectly) Add your pattern as a new swatch in the Swatches palette. Fill any object of any size with the new swatch. Hope this helps.
You can try to use the Reduce Noise filter in Photoshop on the original image. So the steps for you would be then: Convert image to B&W (Layer 1) Duplicate the image, then invert it (this is Layer 2) Set the layer blending mode of Layer 2 to Colour Dodge. Apply a Gaussian Blur to Layer 2. Select Layer 1, go to Filter -> Noise -> Reduce Noise. ...
I have a solution that works very well for one icon at a time. Create a Photoshop brush preset. Start with one doodled icon. Turn it into a Photoshop brush and set the brush options to scatter (spacing) and rotate (orientation) the icon to taste. Click and drag across the screen to leave a trail of scattered 'graphics'. If you need a second set of doodle ...
Doodle Graphic is correct, what you need to do however is get the graphic you wish to pattern up and then do this in Adobe Photoshop (or Illustrator... or an alternative program) to achieve a pattern file. Here's a good place to start: How to create a Doodle Pattern in Photoshop. Good luck!
The term that comes to mind is "doodle graphic". I'm not sure what you mean by how to make these because they're just doodles, so I'm assuming you mean what program would be best for making these? Photoshop or Illustrator would be fine. If you don't have those and you're looking to make these without paying money, you can use the Sketchpad app for ...
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