Last week we released a free pack of cracked concrete textures, and today we have more cracks textures for you. This pack includes 17 different photos taken at old tennis courts that were full of cracks and rough surfaces. Bad for playing tennis, but good if you like textures.
You can get any of the textures individually from Flickr by click on the images below. You are welcome to use these for personal or commercial work.
Today we’re releasing a free texture pack containing 10 cracked concrete textures. Most of the textures are 2560 x 1920 pixels. You can get any of the textures individually by clicking through to Flickr.
These textures are free for personal or commercial use.
Today we’re releasing a new free texture pack, concrete and pavement. This pack contains 8 images that can be used in your own personal or commercial work. You can get any of the photos individually from Flickr or you can download the zip file at the end of the post.
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), or download all of them in a zip file at the end of the post.
I’ve been wanting to start giving away some original freebies from this site for a while, and today is the first one! This is a pack of 10 rust textures that I photographed this week. Each one is shown below. You can get any of them from Flickr, or download the full pack in a zip file at the end of the post. Most of them have a resolution of 2560 x 1920.
You are free to use these textures for personal or commercial purposes. The only restriction is that they cannot be re-distributed. Since this is my first time giving away textures, if you have any suggestions or feedback, please leave a comment.