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While background patterns used to be extremely popular in the early years of the Internet ─ the websites were written in HTML 3.2 and Cascading Style Sheets didn’t exist yet ─ nowadays they are somewhat out of style. The background patterns presented here stem from that period: they originated between 1997 and 1999. Huge quantities of different types of paper and cardboard, a good scanner and Photoshop 5.0 were the tools of choice back then. The pattern sizes are all 96×96 pixels and optimized to place the lowest demand on memory space. In the preview to the right you see different-colored texts against the selected background.
A good collection of patterns and textures is an invaluable asset for any designer. However when it comes to finding the right pattern or texture; one can easily spend hours searching for it. W3Avenue has compiled a list of resources which will help you find high quality free patterns and textures.
Policy: Please do not redistribute without permission. (This took me a loooong while to compile a whole collection of these tones and brushes from other various sites, catalogs, and scanned printed material, and other sources.) The files, being tools to your own creative objects, are royalty free, so you're welcomed to publish your work, although these files are designed for webcomics because of its low DPI. If you would like to give credit, please link to this page or to " Fishbowl " anywhere in your site.
Feb 07 2011 Advertisement Brushes for Adobe Photoshop are known to be one of the most used add-ons since they don’t just enhance your designs, but also help give your works a new, fresh and stunning look. Those of you who have a love for brushes may probably know a number of them listed in this post.