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THE SURFACE of Other Planets

Outer space and other worlds have been always drawing thoughts of scientists, dreamers and artists. What we know about the universe we live in? Not much.

So I let my imagination take me away to somewhere I never been and never will be. I felt like I was traveling through space and time to some distant worlds with bizzare but beautiful colors of solid clouds, dry rivers and liquid mountains.

The result is this big set of 40 colorful textures. Get THE SURFACE of Other Planets set for just $10! ) All the textures were made by suminagashi paper marbling method.


Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other stone.


One ZIP archive containing 40 paper marbling textures in high-resolution .JPG files. 4500x2600 px

Check out all the paper marbling textures in this set on preview image.


These paper marbling textures will help you add a unique feeling to any kind of art work. The possibilities are limitless – let your imagination lead the way!

Here’s some examples of usage:

  • Posters
  • Background for a book cover
  • Web design, as textures for banners or site
  • Print design, as textures for booklets, folders, tickets, cards
  • Gift boxes, T-shirts, bags, wrappings

All images in the set are very easy to edit to better suit any creative project. You can simply change colors and get a completely unique paper marbling texture in no time!

Like this collection? Then check out my Textures collection – even more awesome textures here:

Get your FREE BONUS! Download one extra THE SURFACE of Other Planets texture from my Dropbox here:

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