15 Dynamic & Colorful Brush Stroke Textures

June 02 , 2011

You’re going to have a blast finding ways to use these beautiful and unique brushstroke textures. This pack has a great range of color, weight, pattern, and form that allows these to have a huge range of usability.

These are are so much fun to make, not to mention cheap. Find some really cheap paintbrushes and some discount tempera paint for about 50 cents a bottle, and just experiment. It’s great when you don’t need to worry about ruining your expensive brushes or wasting high-quality paint. This is also a great way to work yourself out of your creative blocks. No boundaries and no pressure is a great way to let yourself go.

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 01

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 02

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 03

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 04

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 05

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 06

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 07

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 08

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 09

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 10

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 11

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 12

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 13

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 14

Valleys in the Vinyl dynamic strokes texture 15

How are you using these?

As always, I’d love to see how you are putting these to use. Feel encouraged to send me a link or image that includes these textures. Enjoy!

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  • L. Paul

    Hey there! I love these! These look like finished pieces of artwork by themselves. Excellent stuff!! :)

  • Sue-on-the-farm

    These are incredible!

    My problem is not in creating the textures, but in photographing them.

    I don’t suppose you’d be interested in a tutorial on how to photograph the textures with a simple digital camera and stuff around the house?

    Do you lay them flat? Prop them up on something? Have special photographer lighting?