This week’s Friday Grab Bag contains 5 pieces with abstract forms and vibrant colors.
These 7 sepia textures range in amount of grunge applied, making this a versatile collection. They can serve as stand-alone backgrounds, complimentary elements, and add some nice effects to your photographs.
This week’s exciting Friday Grab Bag strikes a great balance between color, motion, and grunge. Each one evokes its own attitude that I think you all will appreciate.
One good thing that came out of the blizzard and electrical blackout in New England this past weekend was the opportunity to make the first fire of the season. I took out my camera and snapped some of these pictures because the random forms and vibrant orange colors were gorgeous.
Five fresh textures to end your week the right way.
These textures were made my saturating some vintage papers with water, then adding watercolors, regular paints, and food coloring then letting them dry out.
This week’s Friday Grab Bag features 5 pieces, mostly with an Autumn aesthetic. These are some of my favorite pieces I’ve ever made. Will they be yours?
I’m happy to share these genuine Massachusetts foliage textures today. These 18 textures show a variety of red and yellow leaves, each with their own unique surface qualities and patterns. This is a great example of how you can find resources and inspiration literally in your own backyard.
This week’s Friday Grab Bag contains 5 visually complex and diverse textures for your use or inspiration.
These 5 hi-res duotone grunge textures will add some beautiful personality and ambiance to your work.