09 March 2012

Textures

Jeep Speaker Cover (#0083)Woven Seat Cushion (#0060)Antiqued paint (#0056)Bedroom Ceiling (#0055)Wood Floor (#0053)Grey rug (#0051)
New Brick Wall (#0064)Copper Mesh (#0066)Artificial Turf (#0067)Box Grater (#0075)Steel Crosshatch Bevel (#0079)Brushed Cement (#0080)
Speaker Grille Mesh (#0081)Table Top (#0084)Old Concrete (#0085)Peeling White Paint Porch (#0089)Peeling White Paint Porch (#0093)Penguin Caffienated Mints (#0094)
Italian Lira (#0095)Italian Lira (#0097)Italian Lira (#0099)Italian Lira (#0100)Italian Lira (#0101)adidas superstar sole (#0105)
Textures, a set on Flickr.
So I'm working on a little photo project that is a gathering of various textures. The intent is to be able to use them in Photoshop as texture layers for blending or for collage-type works. These two websites have some good tips for photographing textures and I know a few of the ones I taken need to be improved and replaced. Check them out and if you can think of what might be some good things to add, lemme know!

2 comments:

  1. fun -- neat to see the layout as a collage here.

    ideas for others:

    birch bark
    oak bark
    microplane cutting surface
    sea salt (bigger grains)
    fresh raw ground beef (center where the dimple is)
    pineapple skin
    cantaloupe skin
    guitar string(s)

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  2. bird feather, snakeskin(diamond back), lego surface pic from Chicago :)

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