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SketchUp texture warehouse Click on the images to view the contentSEAMLESS TEXTURES ASPHALT, ROADS, RAILS SEAMLESS TEXTURES STONE WALLS, MASONRYIncluded: masonry quoins, misc brick, stone, old stone walls, dry stacked stone, retaining wall, stone blocks Plaintextures TextureKing Minecraft Texture Packs NASA-3D-Resources High Resolution Textures Use of Texture in Design Posted by Matt Russell on Jul 4, 2013 in Textures | 9 comments Texture and design usually go hand in hand, but rather than focus on colour, we will focus our concentration on texture as a design principle – both aesthetically and psychologically. There are various forms of texture from the physical or actual texture such as that from a watercolor or an object made from leather to that of implied – for example... Read More 310 Free Winter Inspired Hi-Res Photoshop Brushes, Pattens, and Textures! Posted by ali on Nov 30, 2011 in Inspiration, Photoshop & Illustrator, Textures, Tileable Patterns | 16 comments Brrrr! 175 Free Fall Inspired Hi-Res Photoshop Brushes, Patterns, and Textures! Posted by ali on Nov 29, 2011 in Featured, Inspiration, Photoshop & Illustrator, Textures, Tileable Patterns | 22 comments Let’s not forget about the colorful season of Autumn! Food Texture Pack | Free Pasta Textures! Posted by Vincent on Nov 20, 2010 in Textures | 22 comments
Planet Texture Map Collection I work in the field of advertising. One day I needed an image map of our planet for use in a rendering for a printed piece, and was suprised to discover that such a thing was pretty hard to find. So I created my own using scanned data, lots of painting, and reference to USGS digital elevation map data. Once I had completed both a bump and color map of the Earth, I turned to the other planets in our solar system, scavenging data where I could and piecing together the images I am sharing here. Above, you'll find links to pages where you can obtain high-quality texture maps of the planets for the purpose of 3D rendering. These maps are simple cylindrical projections, designed to be applied to spheres using spherical projection. A note about prices: Some of the larger maps and the 3D objects require PayPal payment. A note about nomenclature: Some of the maps here are available in more than one size. Here are some examples of usage that I hope will clear the situation up: