Freebie: Cracks and Dirt Texture Pack

Today we’re giving away a pack of 4 textures. These textures include dirt, pebbles and cracks. They’re ideal for creating a grungy style of design and they’re free for personal or commercial use. The photos were taken a few weeks ago at a baseball field. There were piles of dirt and pebbles that had weathered the winter and seemed like a great opportunity for getting some crack textures.

You can get any of the textures individually from Flickr (click on the photos).

Crack Texture

Crack Texture

Crack Texture

Crack Texture

Stephen Snell is the owner and editor of Vandelay Design, a popular design blog.
  1. March 27, 2009

    Those are nice consistent textures. I’m trying to think of something creative to do with them.

  2. March 27, 2009

    Should come in handy for something, thanks

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  4. March 27, 2009

    Thanks for the article.

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  6. March 30, 2009

    Thnaks for these! They are great 🙂

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  8. April 21, 2009

    Thanks, might use these next time i have to for an Australian outback web site 🙂
    Cheers, for all the good posts! Matt

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  10. Bob
    January 14, 2010

    I was hoping to see some human cracks involved in this photo shoot, and was highly disappointed that you didn’t shoot any pics of those…. 🙁

  11. January 14, 2010

    These are photographed textures. You can use cracked textures or brushes and apply them to humans in photos if you want.

  12. Bob
    January 14, 2010

    Oh, ok. Now I understand. You should post some pictures of rainbows. I think that would add a pretty cool effect.

  13. June 24, 2010

    Great Textures! Thanks for sharing.

  14. August 8, 2010

    Nice, Flickr usually is a good source for textures as well

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