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Thread: LMI's resources for Stencils, seamless paper grains and seamless textures

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    LMI's resources for Stencils, seamless paper grains and seamless textures

    I wrote in an older post: "Discovered that "grain" textures and also that seamless pictures (like stone, rocks, walls) can be useful for lot of nice effects.
    Watercolor, pencil and crayon are sensible on different grains of the paper and they can produce a complete different result due to those textures.
    I have on my computer a lot of self-made stuff concerning seamless textures and so, I decided to put them in a unique place from where you can download them."

    Hope you enjoy it. here is the link => http://www.micheldelaforet.fr/divers/res/Texture/Ressources.html

    I finally updated the site, and you can find there a lot of new seamless textures for wood, metal, paper, walls and trees to use for stencils, and more.

    Here is a preview of a part of the 43 seamless stone textures that you can find on my place, also with a few hedges textures.

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    Hope it is useful.

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    thank you so much for these great textures

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    What a tremendous resource! Thank you very much!

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    Bobbi is "so" going to dig the science fiction stencils! Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HwyStar View Post
    Bobbi is "so" going to dig the science fiction stencils! Thanks for sharing!
    I think you just may be correct about that.

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    Mick, thank you for this link. These textures can be made into some very interesting canvas textures. It is amazing what can be done with the canvas texture alone. Thank you again.

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