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Here let's share good texture ( seamless or not ) websites, including deviantart etc...
Interresting textures who can be used for concept art, 3DCG or website design.

Here's mines :
http://www.wildtextures.com/
http://webtreats.mysitemyway.com/
https://jojo-ojoj.deviantart.com/
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>>591429
google image search
textures.com
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poliigon
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>>591476,591481
Nice
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>>591481
gtfo price
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>>591501
What? It's a great source, you shitty troll.
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Wikimedia
All licenses clearly marked.

>>591429
>http://www.wildtextures.com/
Uses their own license.

>http://webtreats.mysitemyway.com/
Uses their own license.

>https://jojo-ojoj.deviantart.com/
No license to be found.

>>591476
>textures.com
Uses their own license.

>>591481
>poliigon
Uses their own license.
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>>591501

Poliigon is great you pleb, and I'm not even a blenderguru ballwasher.
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>>591951
>licenses
irrelevant to thread.
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>>591951
And? OP was asking for texture sites, not license BS.
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I'm sort of confused here, are normal maps often used? because I can find a lot of free textures but almost no normal maps.
There is any website besides Poliigon that has free normal maps of textures?
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>>593507
You can easily generate normal map and all the other maps by importing your diffuse texture into a program like xNormal or CrazyBump.
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>>593508
what's the difference between a texture and a diffuse texture? also, thanks
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>>593509
Diffuse is that normal colored texture that you see on the internet. It's basically a normal photo. Texture is a texture, they're not separate, but when I'm talking about a diffuse, I'm talking about a specific texture map. You have diffuse, normal, specular, roughness, displacement map etc.

Just watch some of BlenderGuru tutorials and he will explain everything:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzXNZkEoTAk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W07H7xeUnGE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3wghbZ-Vh4
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>>593518
I see, thanks a lot!




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