Articles tagged as ‘Textures’

25 Photoshop Tutorials for Working with Textures

Being able to work with texture in Photoshop gives you endless possibilities for your design. There are a variety of different approaches when it comes to adding texture, some are simple and others are more advanced. The 25 tutorials featured in this post will help you to learn a number of different techniques that can be used in your own design.

Add Visual Texture in 3 Easy Steps

Add Visual Texture in 3 Easy Steps

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Free Download: Noise Texture Overlays

Today we have a set of 3 free noise texture overlays from our friends at PhotographyPla.net. These textures are created specifically for the purpose of adding grain/noise/texture to photos. You can add the texture on top of a photo in Photoshop and set the blend mode to “screen”.

Each of the textures is 3600 pixels by 3600 pixels at 300 dpi, so they can be used for both print and web-based projects. You can see the full set of Noise Texture Overlays that is available for purchase at PhotographyPla.net.

Noise Texture Overlays

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Free Bleached Paper Textures

We’ve released a few sets of paper textures recently (brown paper textures, grunge paper textures) and today we’re continuing that series with this set of 8 bleached paper textures. These textures were created by simply spraying some bleach on wrinkled brown paper, and scanning. They’re perfect for those times when you want something a little different than a standard brown paper texture.

Free Bleached Paper Textures

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Free Concrete Textures

Concrete textures can be extremely useful and versatile for web and graphic designers. They can be used to create grungy and urban backgrounds, or they can be used subtly to create a soft texture that improves a design without dominating it. Today we have a free set of 5 high resolution concrete textures that we hope will be useful for you in your own design work.

Free Concrete Textures

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Free Pavement Textures

Pavement textures are great to have in your arsenal when you need to design a textured background or to give a rough texture to a particular object within a design. This free set of 5 high resolution pavement textures should prove to be useful in your own work. It includes photos from different types of cracked and worn pavement.

Free Pavement Textures

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Free Damaged Wood Textures

Wood textures are some of the most commonly used types of textures by graphic designers. You can never have too many different types of wood textures, and this set will help to add to your collection. Here you’ll get 5 free high resolution textures from damaged and worn wood. They’re great when you need a wood texture with a grungy or edgy feel.

Free Damaged Wood Textures

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Free Peeling Paint Textures

Looking for a set of original decay or grunge-style textures? This free set includes 5 high resolution textures from photographs of peeling paint on different walls. Most of the textures are peeling paint on cement block walls, but one is from a metal wall. We hope they can be put to good use for creating your own grungy textures in your designs.

Free Peeling Paint Textures

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Free Stone Textures

Quality stone textures can be extremely useful because they are so versatile. They’re great for layering and combining with other types of textures, they’re good for backgrounds, and some stone textures are perfect for creating that subtle textured look that give your design a finishing touch. This free set includes 5 different high resolution stone textures that can be used in your own work.

Free Stone Textures

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