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Dirty Overlay Textures Set

This set contains 10 light and 10 dark dirt textures to use in Adobe Photoshop or other graphic software as a texture.

They're perfect for adding a little bit of grunge to your designs, or to embellish outdoor themed projects too. They can also be used to ad a vintage flair.

Each texture comes as a 3872 × 2592 px JPG file.

How To Use Apply these textures on a layer above photos, vectors, or typography and set the blend mode to "screen" for the dark textures or "multiply" for the light textures to create a dirty overlay texture in Photoshop. Or play around with the different blend modes to see which ones you like the best.

Included

  • 20 .JPG files, each one a different dirt texture (10 light and 10 dark). Each file is 3872 x 2592 px at 72 DPI.

Software Required .JPG images can be used in any graphic editor. To use as a texture, we recommend Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator.

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