Over 150 Industrial Brick and Other Various Textures Added

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I spent some time in an old industrial park over the weekend and was able to snap shots of over 150 industrial textures. They are mostly brick, but there are also wood, metal, and quit a few with various pipes and things in them. The lighting was pretty good, so most of these grungy textures worked out. There are some cement and gravel textures in there as well. Hope you enjoy these free textures!

Twenty Textures Added Today!

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I uploaded twenty new textures today. They are mostly crumbling brick wall textures and there are a few cobblestone and tile ones in there as well. There is also one grungy painted cement wall. Enjoy!

80 Textures Added Today!

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I had a little time to upload 80 new textures today! They are a decent mix of mostly weathered and distressed wood and brick. There's some cobblestone, granite, and fall leaves textures as well! A couple rusty metal ones too.

Thirty Textures Added Today as well as Pixel Art Pattern Pack!

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Thirty new texture stock images are up today! They are a mixture of brick, cement, wood, and metal. There are some pretty nasty, cracked, grungy ones. I also uploaded another graphic resource - a pattern set of 30 seamless small pixel patterns! Hope you find them useful! You might notice comments and things are starting to have user avatars; I'm working on getting the site ready for registered users!

Ten New Grungy Brick and Cement Textures Added Today and Ability to Sort Brush Sets!

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I added ten new stock texture images today of brick and cement in various states of decay. I also had a little time to update the Brushes page so that you now have the ability to sort brush sets based on:

  • Latest
  • Name
  • Most Commented
  • Most Viewed
  • That should help out as I add more and more brushes! I will try to do the same soon with patterns and texture packs, although there aren't near as many of those right now.

225 Textures Added Today; Wood, Rock, Brick, Metal, & Rust

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I had a chance to upload some new textures today! In total, a little over 225 of various categories have been added. There are quite a few rock textures and wood textures. There are some good metal and rust ones as well. I uploaded a couple grass and flower shots as well.

75 Textures Added Today! - Wood, Brick, Metal, and Some Others

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I uploaded 75 texture images today of various categories. There are some good wood ones, some decent metal ones. A couple good rock and sand ones in there too! Oh yeah, and a couple nice wall textures.

130 Textures Added Today, Distressed Wood Texture Pack Split Into Two Packs

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130 texture stock photos of various categories such as brick, cobblestone, grass, wall, and wood have been added today. Due to feedback, the first free texture pack has been split into two packs of 15 textures each instead of one containing 30 textures.

Tricks for Quickly Making Seamless Brick Textures from a Photograph

Taking a texture photograph of a brick wall and making it seamless in an editor such as Adobe Photoshop or Gimp can be performed fairly quickly with a few methods and tricks. In this example, I will use Gimp just because I've been using it more and more lately and have been becoming a fan of it. The steps in Photoshop are pretty much the same since nothing here is too complicated. The first thing we'll do is browse around and find a stock photo of a brick wall to use. Next, either using the rectangular region or free select tool, pick a nice portion of the texture we want to use.

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