In this round-up we’ve collected 2500 best free texture packs to freshen up your designs. Make sure you read the terms and conditions and also say thanks to your fellow designers if you find their work valuable!
Friends, today I am introducing a brand new textures website and also giving away pack of 6 high resolution textures from their premium stocks. The pack contains 2 walls textures, 2 paper textures and 2 wood textures. All the images are in JPEG format, 5315 x 3543 pixels in 300dpi size.
I found these vintage book cover textures laying around on my hard drive the other day, going unshared. I think they were leftovers from a previous set a couple of years ago, but I thought they are useful enough to share with you guys. Hopefully they’ll help add a little vintage flair to your designs. Enjoy!
Every designer knows the importance of using the right textures in designs. And since making use of an already existing texture or image is so common and easy, the best you can do for your design is to use quality material that has variety and best suits your purposes.
There are a few things that a designer can not have enough of in his or her design arsenal, and one of them is textures. So to continue our “Best of 2009″ series, we’ve selected the best free textures from this past year. Since there were so many textures released in 2009 by so many generous people, it is difficult to choose the best. However, we feel the ones here stand out in quality and usefulness, and will be valuable additions to your texture library.
This free set of 20 vintage/aged paper textures contains textures that are each 3600×3600px in size, high-resolution, and in JPG format. I use textures a lot in my illustrations and in my tutorials, so I made a variety of colors so that I would have a library to choose from. Now, I’m sharing them with you. Use these textures as backgrounds or for adding textured elements in your designs, illustrations, photos, and so forth.
As you’ve probably figured out, I love designing with texture. I also love sharing textures here on WDL. When done properly, a texture used as a background can add depth and set the over all mood for a web design. Here are over 80 textures that have all been released in just the past couple of months and can be very useful for making backgrounds. These are all beautiful as they are, but for truly unique results, I encourage you to use these as foundations for your own creations.
Use of texture in web design is extremely common. So every designer is loking for textures but they do not get all at one place so in this collection we have collected different types of textures like grunge, rust, watercolor, bokeh, leather, fabric, metal, natural, paper, graffiti and more.
Texture in a painting is the feel of the canvas It can be based on the paint, and its application, or addition materials such as ribbon, metal, wood, lace, leather and sand. Texture in painting stimulates two different senses, visual and tactile. There are four types of texture in art: actual texture, simulated texture, abstract texture, and invented texture. The concept of ‘painterliness’ also has bearing on ‘texture’ in painting.
As a designer, it’s not always possible to take the time and generate your own textures for all of your graphics. Thankfully, there are tons of convenient stock textures that others have freely contributed to the design community! We’ve gathered 99 of our favorites in this gigantic list!