Metal 1 Free Texture Pack

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I made a collection of 10 of the most popular metal textures on texturemate, collected together into one zip file! Having scratched up sheet metal textures around can be useful for many graphic design projects. They are all high resolution, 3888 x 2592 pixels. These textures are aalso vailable individually on the site if you do not want the entire pack. Otherwise, download them and enjoy these free metal textures!

Metal 1 Texture Pack

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Anonymous's picture

Thanks for img I'm so happy

Thanks for img I'm so happy

sammy's picture

thank you

thank you

Anonymous's picture

Thank You so much for giving

Thank You so much for giving these away free. May God Bless You!

Anonymous's picture

Many thanks for your

Many thanks for your generosity.

GeoSolve & Shipping's picture

Many Thanks

Many Thanks

Anonymous's picture

Nice! I use it for my new

Nice! I use it for my new Game!

Anonymouse's picture

OMG, they look fantastic.

OMG, they look fantastic. Many thanks! :)

Anonymous's picture

Thanks for the download!

Thanks for the download!

whimzpix's picture

A nice group of metal sheets.

A nice group of metal sheets. I shall build a skyscraper, no... a robot..or just use it as wallpaper...who knows? You should start selling your art so you can afford to go to Dubai! I bet you would come home with a zillion new textures. Though I find them all over the house, darn dust bunnies.

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