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  1. VirtuallyBoris

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    This is such a nice thing to be doing Great job Dude! I dont really even need Images just want to say that this is Really nice :D And your pics are great. Although they might be useful for thumbnails or something if so ill link you :D
     
  2. Eric Matyas

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    Thanks, I appreciate it! Please feel free to share with anyone who might find them useful. :)
     
  3. Eric Matyas

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    Hi everyone,

    This week's new images are all seamless so they can be tiled if need be.

    The first group might be useful as sci-fi backgrounds. Feel free to scale them, mix with other textures or edit as needed.
    http://soundimage.org/txr-sci-fi/

    The second bunch are stone textures.
    http://soundimage.org/txr-rockstone/

    Please note: On all of my texture pages, the seamless images are grouped below the standard ones so make sure to scroll down...(WAY down on the rock/stone page.)

    Anyhow, I hope some of them are helpful. Have a great week!
     
  5. Eric Matyas

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    Hi everyone,

    I've uploaded about 50 new metal texture images. Feel free to edit them as needed. You'll find them here:

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

    I hope some of them are helpful!
     
  7. Eric Matyas

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    I've just uploaded about 70 new seamless metal textures. All are 2048X2048. Some have a "camo" look and might work well for military-themed objects. Others have intriguing patterns that might look cool in fantasy-based things. And some are just plain weird looking, but what the heck...give them a look. Hopefully some of them will be helpful.

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

    (Scroll down...they live toward the bottom of the page.)

    More are on the way. :)
     

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