500+ Photoshop Textures Brushes: Creating Textures in Photoshop

by Steven Snell

on September 22, 2008

in Resources

Textured graphics are obviously very popular right now, and fortunately there are tons of free Photoshop brushes that will help you to quickly and easily get the textured look you want. This post is a showcase of some of the best sets of brushes available anywhere for creating textures.

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Free Texture Brushes:

Grunge Texture Brushes (5 brushes)

Texture Grunge Brushes

Grungy Abstract Texture Brushes (10 brushes)

Abstract Grungy Brushes Texture

Monoprint Texture Brushes (23 brushes)

Texture Monoprint Brushes

Corner Grunge Texture Brushes (10 brushes)

Grunge Corner Brushes Texture

Texture Brushes (36 brushes)

Brushes Texture

Dirt Spray (8 brushes)

Rust Brushes (13 brushes)

Dust & Scratches (12 brushes)

Texture Brushes (52 brushes)

Scratch Splat Grunge Brushes (15 brushes)

Dumpster Brushes (8 brushes)

Grunge Brushes 007 (7 brushes)

Digea Rust Brushes (9 brushes)

TurkHitBox Grunge Set (10 brushes)

Cracks (12 brushes)

Grunge Notion Brushes (24 brushes)

High Res Dirt Brush Set (8 brushes)

Stone and Rust (22 brushes)

Cracked Brush Set (19 brushes)

Keep Dreaming Volume 44 (12 brushes)

Abstract 17 (10 brushes)

Grunge Brushes (50 brushes)

Peeling Paint (20 brushes)

Scratch Texture (17 brushes)

Grunge Brushes 7 (30 brushes)

Grunge Brushes 8 (60 brushes)

Grunge Brushes 9 (60 brushes)

Grunge Brushes 10 (46 brushes)

Grunge Brushes by KeReN (40 brushes)

Paper Brushes (4 brushes)

Rough Edges (19 brushes)

Dirt Brushes (5 brushes)

Textured Cracks (20 brushes)

Texture Brushes (21 brushes)

Paper Textures (25 brushes)

In Obscuro Texture Brushes (9 brushes)

In Obscuro Old Paper Brushes (12 brushes)

If you’re interested in working with textures, please see 40 Excellent Photoshop Tutorials for Textures and Backgrounds and 25 Photoshop Tutorials for Working with Textures at Vandelay Design.

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