To get the tile this is based on, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i.
A seamless pattern from a tile drawn in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic
An interesting one. Lovely at 2X as well!
Source Andreas Föhl
I have no idea what J Boo means by this name, but hey – it’s hot.
Source j Boo
Adapted from a jpg on Pixabay.
From a drawing in 'Uit de geschiedenis der Heilige Stede te Amsterdam', Yohannes Sterck, 1898.
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From a drawing in 'Prose and Verse ', William Linton, 1836.
Prismatic Curved Diamond Pattern 5 No Background
Sharp pixel pattern, just like the good old days.
I took the liberty of using Dmitry’s pattern and made a version without perforation.
Source Atle Mo
Fix side and a seamless starry tile.
A seamless pattern formed from a square tile. The tile can be retrieved by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift-alt-i.
ZeroCC tileable mossy (lichen) stone texture, edited from pixabay. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Remixed from a design seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857. The tile this is based on can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.
Love the style on this one, very fresh. Diagonal diamond pattern. Get it?
I’m not going to lie – if you submit something with the words Norwegian and Rose in it, it’s likely I’ll publish it.
Source Fredrik Scheide
From a drawing in 'Our own country', 1898.
Prismatic Dots Background 2
That’s what it is, a dark dot. Or sort of carbon looking.
Source Tsvetelin Nikolov
A background pattern inspired by designs seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857.
Love me some light mesh on a Monday. Sharp.
Source Wilmotte Bastien
Sweet and subtle white plaster with hints of noise and grunge.
Source Phil Maurer
Formed in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic.
Might not be super subtle, but quite original in its form.
Source Alex Smith
Remixed from a design seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857.
Gamedev - Asphalt textures. CC0 License.
Source Davit Masia
Metal-Rusty. CC0 License.
A seamless pattern recreated from an image on Pixabay. It is reminiscent of parquet flooring and is formed from a square tile, which can be recovered in Inkscape by selecting the ungrouped rectangle and using shift-alt-I together.
Formed in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic
Super subtle indeed, a medium gray pattern with tiny dots in a grid.
A seamless chequerboard pattern formed from a tile that can be had in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i.