## What makes a geometric design?

Geometric design is a fun trend that focuses on the simplistic beauty of mixing certain shapes, lines, and curves together for creative results. You may have seen it incorporated into fresh tattoo designs, abstract backgrounds, and even jewelry design.

What is a geometric pattern rule?

In geometric patterns the rule which makes the pattern is a sequence of moves that is repeated. In the example above the rule is “multiply the number by 2 and add 1.” The number pattern that results is: 4 9 19 38 … … … … We say that the number 19 is the third term in the pattern.

### What are the types of geometric design?

What Shapes Are Commonly Used in Geometric Pattern Design? Squares, circles, rectangles, ovals, triangles, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, diamonds, and stars are commonly used shapes in both complex and simple geometric pattern design.

What is a geometric drawing?

Geometrical drawing focuses on the use of geometric shapes to create designs, patterns, and more complex artwork. These drawings could be as simple as a basic doodle or as complex as a sketch for a geometrical painting. You can also focus on simple 2D shapes or work on 3D forms.

## How do you create a geometrical design?

If so, geometric patterns might be for you.

1. 1 Use patterns to create images.
2. 2 Play with asymmetry.
3. 3 Combine patterns with photos.
4. 4 Use lighting and shadows creatively.
5. 5 Connect shapes in unique ways.
6. 6 Make a collage.
7. 7 Use diagonals.
8. 8 Create isometric patterns.

What is a mathematical rule?

An algebraic rule is a mathematical expression that relates two variables and is written in the form of an equation. There are many constant algebraic rules, such as area = length x width. You can also create your own rule when given a set of variables.

### How do you do geometric design in Photoshop?

How to Create a Simple Geometric Pattern in Photoshop

1. Select the Polygon Tool or the Custom Shape Tool (U) to create a triangle shape at 100 x 100 px.
2. Hold Control-J to Duplicate the shape three more times.
3. Select all the shapes and Duplicate them.
4. Use the Paint Bucket Tool (G) set to Pattern to try out your new design.