3 Wood Bark Textures

It’s the start of the new year so it time to start of the weekly design resource articles. This week is another set of textures I shot at a local park up in Plano Texas, last spring. The textures are of tree bark that is peeling and cracked and with the right editing you can make the bark of an aged look or keep it as is.

Free Textures by Evolutionary Designs

All textures that I create are copyrighted and I own the rights to them. However, I also gave them a creative commons license. You are free to do what you want them unless they are for commercial purposes. If you want to use them for commercial projects please contact me for permission and pricing. Also you must link back to Evolutionary Designs or back to this article if you use it in any way.

All images are still stock. They have not been edited and will need to be color correct if you want the natural look. Full size images can be found on my DeviantArt Profile.

Tree Bark Texture 1Peeling Bark Texture

Image Source: Tree Bark Texture 1

Tree Bark Texture 2Peeling Bark Texture

Image Source: Tree Bark Texture 2

Tree Bark Texture 3Peeling Bark Texture

Image Source: Tree Bark Texture 3

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