Textures

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Procedural

- See Materials

Seamless

External link : http://www.3drender.co.uk/free.asp - Seamless stone wall high resolution texture (plus others). Free download for personal and professional use.

Bricks

Concrete

Roof

Pavement

Stone

External link : http://www.3drender.co.uk/free.asp - Seamless stone wall texture (plus others).

               http://www.ipodvideosconverter.com/ - Ipod Video Converter ,Can be used for personal and professional use.

Vegetation

Wallpaper

External link : http://www.squidfingers.com/patterns/6/ Nice patterns

Tiles

Wood

Sky

Angular maps

Horizontal maps

Sunset

Pictures

Vegetation

Cut-out trees & plants - (including alpha maps) - Free for personal & commercial use.

These images all have an alpha channel (transparency) so they can be used as a billboard texture

Trees

Top-viewed trees

For putting in your plan views...

Plants

External links:
Free cut-out trees - http://www.3drender.co.uk/free.asp - Free for personal and commercial use.
Free tree images: http://free-textures.got3d.com/natural/free-tree-textures/index.html
the Blender Greenhouse
Cutout Trees: http://vyonyx.com/index.php/category/down/cutout-trees

Wood

Red

Brown

White

Coloured

Dark

Dyed

External links

  • Laurent Antoine "Lemog" offers some payday loans no faxing, if not the best, tileable textures for free, most of them related to architecture, 512x512 pixels, beautifully tileable. A few bigger textures (1600x1200) are available if you register but these aren't tileable and their usefulness vary SEO Blog Philippines. Skies are great.

Manage textures details to download. Free for personal and professional use!!!

  • http://www.1000skies.com/ A well-known site for panoramic skies. Hi-res images for purchase only, but good enough low-res versions are availible for download. License unclear, though.
  • http://www.paris-360.com/ Many very nice panoramic pictures of Paris, excellent for doing image-lighting on your scenes (with yafray or another ray-tracing engine)