This tutorial for Adobe Illustrator shows you how to make a realistic wooden pattern that you can use as a background or texture in your creations. We'll demonstrate how to make a seamless, natural-looking design that can be modified to fit any size or form using straightforward methods and procedures. Regardless of your level of design expertise, this lesson will show you how to use an Illustrator-created timber pattern to bring a hint of the outdoors to your projects.
Open a new document. Choose the Rectangle tool and make some black rectangles.
Select all the rectangles and navigate to Object >Transform >Transform Each.
Use the following settings.
Now all the stripes will look dissimilar.
Choose the Twirl tool and click on different areas of the stripes to give them a twirl.
Now you need to use the Pucker tool at various sections to bring contrast to the stripes.
Now give the stripes a dark brown colour.
After that, draw a light brown rectangle bigger in size.