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Source of terrain textures for Photoshop

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Are there any good sources for free terrain textures fro photoshop?

Gravel, Stone, Marble, Grass etc?

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galneweinhaw,

You can find them all over the net. Just Google photoshop textures, you'll find millions.

Or you can take your own pictures and use them. I like taking my own. I get the fun of taking the pictures, maybe taking a trip to a museum or some old buildings, and the great feeling of doing it myself.

But, if youdon't have a digital camera or a scanner, here's a couple:
http://www.mayang.com/textures/
http://www.digitalcraftsman.com/textureBin/textureBin.htm

Best,
MH
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Awesome, thanks!
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galneweinhaw,

Glad it helped.

Best,
MH
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