If paper textures in your toolbox have exhausted themselves, it’s high time to renew them and broaden the range of your artistic abilities.
What does it take to start working on some project apart from having a rather definite idea in your brain? I’ll roll the dice saying that all creative ideas appear way much easier when you have a wide range of assets which you can rely on. They actually back you up all the time. Here it’d be reasonable to highlight the significance of essentials (I know we use this expression a lot, but it’s such an indispensable thing for any designer’s existence) and paper textures in particular.
If you google them, plenty of different variations will appear. The right to choose itself has never hurt anyone, but sometimes this motley crew outnumbers classic worn textures, in which designers feel the greatest urge if compared to others.
Encountering this necessity for multiple times has fostered me to select paper textures (white and vintage ones, in other words, the most frequently used) aiming at the same intention as always: to broaden design horizons and assist your workflow by making it a bit comfortable. On this occasion, I’ve decided to include not only free textures but also the paid ones. Don’t start eyes-rolling in disapproval, their price rates somewhere under $10, a pretty low mark for getting yourself a high-quality product.
Make yourself comfortable while looking through our magnificent (not afraid to call it like that) collection of classic and vintage paper textures!