I’ve been meaning to add some more free textures to the site for quite some time. Lately, I’ve been a little busy with other projects and just haven’t had much time to put a set of textures together. Today, I am releasing 8 high resolution images of bark.
Today, I am releasing Part 2 of the Waterfalls texture set. Waterfalls Part 2 includes 19 free high resolution images of waterfalls. I apologize for the delay in the release of this set but with the launch of the Colorburned Shop last week I had to adjust my posting schedule a bit.
Today, I am releasing the newest addition to my texture sets. Waterfalls Part 1 includes 17 free high resolution images of waterfalls. I’ve always been fascinated with water flowing over rocks. When I saw this waterfall I knew that I had to snap some photos of it. These images would make a great background for any graphic that you may be working on where you need a thin layer of water flowing over stone. I hope you enjoy them.
Over the last month I’ve added over 300 free high resolution beach related textures to the website. Fortunately, I still have considerably more textures to post but in the meantime I wanted to round them all up and put them into one place so you guys could download them all easily.
Today, I am releasing Parts 3 and 4 of the Waves set. Parts 3 and 4 include 73 high resolution textures of waves in various states. I like these sets a lot because they show so much water movement, lots of bubbles and light reflection. They are great images to use for any kind of graphic where you need moving water flowing over sand or some kind of rock.
I just arrived back home from my two week excursion to New York City. New York was great! I really love that town. There’s so much to do there. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much luck finding a job there but I had a great time and I’m going to stay positive and keep looking. Something will pop up eventually.
Since I’m a little behind on things I wanted to post a couple texture sets for you guys to save a little time. So today I am releasing Parts 1 and 2 of the Waves set. Waves is a nice set of textures. Parts 1 and 2 include 70 high resolution textures of waves in various states. I like these sets a lot because they show so much water movement, lots of bubbles and light reflection. They are great images to use for any kind of graphic where you need moving water flowing over sand or some kind of rock.
This week I am releasing my Rocks and Pebbles Texture Pack. This is by far one of the smallest packs that I am releasing. I thought about saving the smaller packs for last but I decided that I’d rather end with a bang than a splat. This set contains 5 images of rocks and pebbles. Some of these rocks are dry and some of them are beneath a few inches of still water. This gives some of the images a rippled effect which I think is kind of cool.
Today I am finally releasing Part 4 of my four part set of wet sand textures. Part 4 is probably my favorite set. Not only is Part 4 the biggest set with 34 images, it is also the most varied of all the ones I’ve released so far. In this set you can find lots of foam, rocks and even a little muddy sand.
I spent some time last week processing all those textures I took while on vacation last month. As it turns out, I have a lot to give away; so many in fact that I have to adjust my posting schedule a bit so that you guys don’t have huge download times and so that I don’t kill my server. What this means is that for the next two weeks, I’ll be posting this set in four parts; two parts a week. Each set contains around 23 – 34 textures ranging around 65 megabytes in size.
Sorry for the late post this week. It has taken me a while to catch up on things because of the long weekend.
This week’s wallpaper is a tribute to General George S. Patton, the famous commander of the U.S. 3rd Army during WWII. In this piece General Patton salutes members of the Third Army prior to delivering his famous Blood and Guts speech on the eve of the Allied invasion of France in 1941. This piece is a portrayal of that moment as depicted by Franklin J. Schaffner’s 1970 Academy Award winning film “Patton.”
I just returned from vacation in Puerto Vallarta. I had a great time! It was so relaxing to be away from everything. The weather was perfect, the beach was beautiful and the people were very nice.
Being on a beach gave me an opportunity to do something that I’ve wanted to do for quite a while; assemble a collection of sand and water textures. I spent a little of each day walking around with my Canon S3 IS taking pictures of various objects and after all was said and done, I took over 400 photos.
More information after the jump.
This week’s wallpaper of the week is a recreation of one of my more popular pieces titled “There’s No Place Like Springfield.” Springfield was an experiment in colors that I designed early in the year. Hopefully you guys will enjoy it.