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FREE 2048x2048px 3D Textures for Download

New seamless tileable textures for FREE download:

  • Size: 2048x2048px
  • File format: jpg
  • Automatically created with our Photosculpt textures software
  • Comes with 5 maps, diffuse, normal, displacement, specular and ambient occlusion + 1 preview
  • Highest quality standard of depth extraction from 2 photo sources instead of just one photo. Only Photosculpt can deliver this quality!
  • Value: Eur 9.99 per texture, now for free

Click on the icon below to browse individual textures images now.Below some of the hi-res preview images: more to come soon!

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Reader Comments (3)

Yes I love those new hi resolution previews too. Very handy. That's a new feature soon to come in Photosculpt textures software. I have hundreds of material previews to share. The quality is fantastic.

September 21, 2011 | Registered CommenterHippolyte Mounier

The textures look amazing but how do you download the textures and the maps and things?

November 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommentermichaelNZ

michaelNZ it's really easy. Just click the "browse textures now" button above, click the image map you need. it will pop up a new window with the texture full screen.
You can either right-click-save-as or download or drag'n drop the texture to any folder on your computer and use directly.

Those texture feature first-class depth resolution as they are based on 2 photos of the subject. Most other sofware use only 1 photo.

November 9, 2011 | Registered CommenterHippolyte Mounier

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