Different Types of Paper Texture Pack
When it comes to creative projects, choosing the right paper texture can make a world of difference. The tactile feel and visual appearance of the paper play a significant role in conveying your ideas and emotions. In this article, we’ll delve into the world of paper textures, exploring different types and helping you make informed decisions for your artistic endeavors.
Looking for a quick way to spruce up your work? Say hello to The different types of paper texture Box! These easy-to-use seamless paper texture images are perfect for adding another dimension to your work in seconds!
Influence on Visual Perception
Different paper textures can drastically alter the way colors and details appear. The right texture can enhance your project’s visual appeal and create a lasting impression.
From lovely subtle papers perfect for watercolor work to chunky craft paper textures, this pack has it all. Use the seamless textures as an overlay to give your digital illustrations and designs a hand-crafted look. A handy pack to have on hand for a quick texture boost!
These are the go-to papers I use in my work, plus I’ve sourced some new and interesting papers which are quickly becoming my favorite! And because Adobe Illustrator is my preferred app for creating, I’ve created seamless swatches you can quickly apply to your work, without leaving Adobe Illustrator.
Plus I’ve included the master repeat tile for Adobe Photoshop users to create their own seamless patterns (instructions included). Or simply use one of the jpeg papers supplied in both 12×12 and A3 format.
Combine them or use them individually, the possibilities and end results are super fun to see!
Included in this pack:
- 12 x Subtle paper textures
- 6 x Cream paper textures
- 6 x Craft paper textures
- 24 x Adobe Illustrator seamless swatches
- 24 x 12×12 inch papers (300dpi JPEGs)
- 24 x A3 papers (300dpi JPEGs)
- 24 x Master repeat tiles for Adobe Photoshop (instructions included)
- Adobe Illustrator swatches: Adobe Illustrator CS3 or newer. Note: Although the textures are seamless swatches, they are not vectors but rather high-res image files.
- Raster JPEG files: JPEG files are compatible with most photo editing software. You can even import it into MS Word for a background texture.