Building a Library of Images for Everyone

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    Happy Monday everyone (if that’s even possible.) Anyhow, here are some new seamless textures that might come in handy in you projects. Feel free to modify as needed:



    TXR – BRICK - Seamless

    https://soundimage.org/txr-brick-seamless/



    TXR – CONCRETE / PAVEMENT – Seamless

    https://soundimage.org/txr-concrete-pavement-seamless/



    TXR – ROCK / STONE 2

    https://soundimage.org/txr-rockstone-2/



    I’m releasing new music tracks on Wednesday and some cool nighttime urban backgrounds that might look nice in visual novels and such. Those should be ready by Friday.



    Have a good week!
     
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    I had a very busy weekend, but I managed to get some new fantasy textures done:

    First up, some seamless bumpy stone textures that look like they could be covered with moss, algae or maybe lichens. These might look cool for pathways. They are here:

    TXR – GROUND
    https://soundimage.org/txr-ground/

    Here are some cool stained glass textures that might look nice for windows of churches or other fantasy structures…maybe for RPGs. They are here:

    TXR – GLASS
    https://soundimage.org/txr-glass/

    New music tracks will be coming out later in the week.

    Enjoy!
     
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    Hi guys,



    More new cartoon-style texture images ready on these pages:



    TXR – ABSTRACT – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-abstract-cartoon/



    TXR – BRICK – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-brick-cartoon/



    TXR – GLASS – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-glass-cartoon/



    TXR – ROCK/STONE – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-rockstone-cartoon/



    Please keep in mind that they are meant to be building blocks rather than polished textures, so feel free to edit / alter / mash / etc., as needed.



    Have a good week!
     
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    Greetings fellow creatives,



    I’ve posted new cartoon-style texture images here:



    TXR – GLASS – Cartoon

    Some wild textures here…

    https://soundimage.org/txr-glass-cartoon/



    TXR – METAL – Cartoon

    Some dirty metal textures…

    https://soundimage.org/txr-metal-cartoon/



    TXR – ROCK/STONE – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-rockstone-cartoon/



    Please keep in mind that they are meant to be building blocks rather than polished textures, so feel free to edit / alter / mash / etc., as needed.



    Btw, if you happen to have kids (or know someone who does) I’ve created a learning series that teaches them environmental stewardship in a fun way through stories and characters. It was my first try at making films with a DSLR…(they can be very challenging to work with in the field)…but I think they came out pretty well. The organization I made them for was very happy with them and uses the films all the time…hopefully others can benefit from them as well. Please feel free to share with family, friends, teachers or anyone you know who might find them useful.

    https://soundimage.org/dunes-island/



    Enjoy!
     
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    Hey there,



    I’ve posted some more wild cartoon-style texture images derived from glass objects:



    TXR – GLASS – Cartoon

    https://soundimage.org/txr-glass-cartoon/



    As always, please remember that they are meant to be building blocks rather than polished textures, so feel free to edit / alter / mash / etc., as needed.



    Don’t forget to check out my learning series that teaches environmental responsibility in a fun way through stories and characters. The premise is this:



    How can we expect children to be the future stewards of the Earth if they don’t feel connected to it??



    Please share with family, friends, teachers or anyone who might find it useful.

    https://soundimage.org/dunes-island/



    Have a good week!
     
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    wow amazing job!
     
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    Thanks for checking out my work...I really appreciate it! :)

    I can’t believe May is almost over…what the hell happened to spring? I swear…time is going by faster and faster…yikes!

    Anyhow, more new cartoon-style (for lack of a better word) texture images are here:

    TXR – CONCRETE / PAVEMENT – Cartoon
    https://soundimage.org/txr-concrete-pavement-cartoon/

    TXR – GLASS – Cartoon
    Some wild textures here…
    https://soundimage.org/txr-glass-cartoon/

    TXR – GROUND – Cartoon
    https://soundimage.org/txr-ground-cartoon/

    TXR – VEGETATION – Cartoon
    https://soundimage.org/txr-vegetation-cartoon/

    If you find my work helpful (especially my music and sounds) please consider making a donation to my website. The synthesizers I use to create the music and sounds that I share with everyone are very expensive…so expensive, in fact, that I have to make monthly payments on them…and donations really help me a lot to pay for them. Thanks in advance…and please feel free to share your projects…I love to see how creative people are using my work!
     
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    Hey guys,

    More fantasy texture images await you…free as always to use with attribution.

    TXR –ABSTRACT

    They’re pretty wild….I’d be really interested to see how someone puts these to use!

    https://soundimage.org/txr-abstract/

    TXR – ALIEN SKINS

    Some nasty looking stuff here…blech!

    https://soundimage.org/txr-alien-skins/

    TXR - METAL – SEAMLESS

    These grungy metal textures might be useful for sci-fi or urban-themed projects.

    https://soundimage.org/txr-metal-seamless/

    Btw, I’ve begun my quest to expand the free sound effects section of my website. Any requests?
     

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