Grass 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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I've had these tile-able seamless grass textures for some time now and realized that I should probably convert them to patterns for use in Adobe Photoshop or Gimp! These seamless grass patterns are all 2048 pixels by 2048 pixels, except for one that is 1024 pixels by 1024 pixels. These would be cool for a grass background for a website or something. The download contains a .pat file that ONLY works with Adobe Photoshop 7.x or newer (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4, and CS5 work just fine). I also included a .png of each grass texture for use in Gimp or something else.


Grass 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

muchas gracias eres increible

muchas gracias eres increible

Idris's picture

very useful stuff... thank

very useful stuff... thank you for sharing!!!

Maria Eugenia's picture

Muchas gracias, por tu aporte

Muchas gracias, por tu aporte

Rob's picture

Nice, i like to use the grass

Nice, i like to use the grass as background, at least now, when is summer. You could also find some free grass patterns here.

Hudson's picture

Thank you so much Mr. Scott.

Thank you so much Mr. Scott. You sir, are awesome

Herman's picture

Thank you..... very nice for

Thank you..... very nice for backgrounds

C's picture

Thank you for the grass

Thank you for the grass patterns

Jeff's picture

Very nice patterns, all,

Very nice patterns, all, thank you so much for sharing all of your wonderful resources for free! I love your licensing, awesome!!!!!!!!

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