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Using texture in your design

Written by jason gallagher

How to use texture in your design

If you've checked out some of my design, you can probably see I'm fairly fond of using textures. Textures or texture patterns can be an interesting way of adding some spice to graphics or areas of solid color in both web and print design. They can add depth and a lot of interest if done carefully. There is endless room for creativity when choosing them. A texture can be something organic like wood grain, paper, stone, cloth, metal, water, paint brush strokes, etc. It can also be something you create yourself digitally (using Photoshop filters, the paint brush, or blends of different layers for example).

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