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Vintage Texture Pack Vol. 3

-Buy the complete collection of volumes 1-4 here: -Tutorial on using these textures:

*Please zoom in on these textures to see the details!

Key Features:

  • 30 Textures
  • .JPG Format
  • 15" x 15" @ 300 PPI / 4500px x 4500px
  • All Textures Pulled from Sources Dating Back to the 1800s.

The Vintage Texture Pack: Volume 3 takes everything I learned making Volumes 1 and 2 and brings it to the next level. These textures were pulled from sources dating from the 1800s or before, and have a unique charm and character that you simply cannot find elsewhere. Because these textures come from sources hundreds of years old, many of them feature soft and faded edges that other harsh texture packs cannot achieve.

All of these textures are included in a high resolution format of 15" x 15" @ 300 DPI (4500x4500px), and have been very carefully digitally manipulated to be highly usable for graphic design or illustration. These textures were selected from a grouping of over 250 scans, and represent a nice cross section of different characteristics to be extremely versatile and useful for a wide range of projects.

If you like this pack be sure to hit like to let me know, and hit recommend if you purchase this pack and enjoy the contents =)

Purchase the Volume 1 and 2 Bundle Here:

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