Posts Tagged ‘bitumen’

Wicked Wednesdays: FREE High-Resolution Decay Textures

06 Apr

Worn, aged, decayed, damaged, dirty, grungy, old… there are some words in the english language that get us excited and for some reason these are some of those words. We just love the look of aged, decayed old surfaces, rusting metal, flaking paint, decade’s old paint splatters… you get the idea. So this week we’ve got a collection of six high-resolution images containing stuff like that all for you and all for free!

We snapped these photos with the trusty 7D while out shooting a Ute Muster in Castle Hill, NSW Australia last weekend – so they’re fresh and new, unlike the subject matter!

As usual, all Hosking Industries texture images are FREE for personal and commercial use, however we do not permit the resale, repackaging or redistribution of the images. In short, don’t go passing them off as your own, putting them in some super jumbo compilation of super dooper textures under your own name and crap like that. We’ll take your balls!

Click on (or right click and Save-As) for the high-resolution experience:
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Wicked Wednesdays: FREE High-Resolution Urban Textures

05 May

We’ve got some great urban textures for you this week, including some grungy road surfaces, steel guard railing, messy tar splatter and other neat stuff that you can add to your artwork or website. They’re in very high resolution and awaiting your download.

As usual, our high-resolution texture images are completely free for personal and commercial use, however repackaging and redistribution are verboten!

Click the thumbnails for the high-res experience:

Wicked Wednesdays: FREE High-Resolution Road Surface Textures

07 Apr

It’s that wonderful time again, folks! A time when we treat you to another round of high-resolution textures, absolutely FREE!

This week’s theme is ‘road surfaces’ and we’ve found a few good ones for you, including some nice grungy ones with plenty of messed up paint marks, cracks and holes and lose gravel.

As usual, they’re free for private and commercial use. Just dont go passing them off as your own, repackaging or reselling.

Click the thumbs for high-res goodness: