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Texture 134 by cloaks Texture 134 by cloaks
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Zimt2Zucker Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
using this for Howrse :3
MadnessInMeadow Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi! :) i, again, used this wonderful texture as a background for this drawing:… :D
(i hope you're not getting tired of me! because i just love your textures too much. :D )
Blendenstine Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess my question would be are these awsome textures used for things like backgrounds and such?...What use would they have in the 3d modeling world?
MortuusDiabolus Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of course! These can be used for all sorts of things other than 2D work. For example: texturing your 3D meshes, creating your diffuse maps, spec maps, etc.
Your creativity is the only limit. :) For example, with the use of layer modes, this texture could help you make your 3D model look aged, grungy, dirty. Or - with masking - it could also help you add a mossy effect to rocks.
Hope I could help a bit. ^^
Blendenstine Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Perhaps with a little transparency and laid over a diffuse color....I see. I know as a mask they work great to allow 2 colors to blend based on a B/W version of this texture. I just liked the colors and varieties here. Can you point me to any examples you may know of a texture like this being used on a 3d model? Could get the mental juices moving some.
MortuusDiabolus Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm afraid I cannot. It is a more complex thing, 3D texturing is rarely about using only _one_ texture. It is about combining multiple textures, and at times you cannot even tell that a certain texture was used, because it is blended so well, you only see the whole complete look and not the indivitual textures. I hope that makes some sense. :)

Lookie, here is an awesome video on texturing. It is not a step by step tutorial, but someone's workflow. From around 17mins starts the texturing part. You will see how flexible the process of texturing is, there isn't only one way to do it, it is about experimenting.

Good thing is that cloaks provides a free non-commercial sample as well too. You can try it, experiment with it and should you decide to use it commercially or need it in higher res, you can purchase the premium version anytime. :)

Just remember to keep your diffuse maps subtle, and don't be afraid of experimenting! The best things are always caused by "happy accidents". :aww:
Blendenstine Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I understand completly. Ive been modeling about 10 months and texturing a couplr....just lookin to expand my skills. Happy accidents are always a welcome moment. Thx for the feedback. And thx for the tutorial!!!
MortuusDiabolus Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are more than welcome. ^^
cloaks Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I honestly couldn't tell you :( I haven't done any 3d modeling. My textures have been used for a lot of digital artwork, book covers, cd covers, wallpapers, wrapping papers, scrapbooking, etc.
snowyblackrose Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014   General Artist
Used here, thank you! :)…
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