I had a couple recent print projects that needed a carbon fiber pattern, so I went in search of vector formats online but had a hard time finding some. I did find some great Photoshop patterns at WEGRAPHICS that are perfect for web projects.
The vector files I created in Illustrator are based on those Photoshop patterns. They’re vector. They’re scalable. They’re perfect for any print project.
As always, let me know how you end up using these carbon fiber patterns. I’d love to see your work.
Select your version of Illustrator below:
Great job, Thanks..
needed this. thanks
My pleasure, Saleem.
Are these available for CS6??
Ken, I saw your email with the screenshot. I’m at a loss. Since I don’t have CS6, I have no way to create a CS6-compatible file for you, and I really thought CS6 would have no issues opening files from prior versions like CS5. Have you tried downloading all three versions I have just to see if perhaps one will open in CS6? If I can be of more help, let me know and I’ll do my best.
This file opened for me in CS6. Thanks so much for sharing these very clever graphics Josh. Lots of detail, yet still very subtle. Nicely executed!
I’m not very experienced with Illustrator. I was able to open the file and I seed the layers on the right hand side with the different carbon fibers, but I can’t figure out how to use them or add them to my drawing. Can you offer some advice?
Brain fart! I figured it out.
Hi QF, I’m in the same boat – I have CS3 and would like to use these for a project, but I’m not sure how I can apply them. Any help would be appreciated!
In CS3 create a new file then place the supplied file. Then from the links panel embed it.