Building a Library of Images for Everyone

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    50 or so new metal textures are ready, both seamless and standard, on my TXR - METAL page. You can find them here:

    http://soundimage.org/txr-metal/

    Still working on carpet / fur / etc.

    Have a good week!
     
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    I've opened a fur textures page and uploaded about 70 images, both seamless and standard, to get it started. Some of them might be useful for other things, like carpets, rugs, etc. Some also have funky weaves so I included them for fun.

    You'll find them here:

    http://soundimage.org/txr-fur/
     
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    I've added about 50 new paper textures derived mostly from old book covers, but there are also some distressed blank pages. They are on my TXR - Paper page:

    http://soundimage.org/txr-paper/

    Hope some of them are helpful!
     
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    A bunch of new wood texture images are ready, both standard and seamless, on my TXR - Wood page.

    http://soundimage.org/txr-wood/

    I hope some of them are helpful! :)
     
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