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You could try using Content-Aware Fill. Make a selection of the area you want to fill. I've just used the Quick Selection Tool to make a very crude selection. The more you refine this selection, the better result you get. Enter Edit > Content-Aware Fill. Use the brush to make sure that only the pattern you want to repeat is colored (it's green by ...


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Clip the person carefully to a new top layer. Clone the light maze to the wanted area. Fade the borders by blurring the cloned area. Blur doesn't obscure the person because he's in a new layer, but it wipes off the clone brush traces. Unfortunately the blurring reduces the contrast and removes sharp clearly bokeh rich dots. You can paint them back It's easy ...


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Solution similar to @BillyKerr's #2: Add a group Add a first layer, filled with the pattern, set to "Multiply" mode Add a second transparent layer below the pattern layer Paint in white on that second layer An advantage of this technique is that you can have several layers in the group under the pattern layer, including text layers (that would be ...


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There has to be a way, since you can choose pictures in the standard brush options (like, the green pepper). I just don't recall the solution but in the past I have used both regular patterns and patterns I created. That's been a while though. Anyway, if the program can use the pepper as a brush, it can use any other picture as well. Try searching the ...


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Yes there is setting you could use, but not with the Brush tool. Select the Clone tool instead, then in the Tool Options choose a brush shape, set the Source option to "Pattern", and Alignment to "Aligned", and choose a pattern to paint with from the Patterns dialog. There's also another technique. You could fill a layer with a pattern, or even just open ...


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