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COASTAL™ Texture Pack
A collection of 92 high-resolution textures captured from real coastal environments, perfect for adding depth, grit, and grunge to your design, photography, illustration, and video projects. With varying levels of grittiness, this pack is a time-saving tool to help you bring character and a worn feeling to your work.
Introducing the COASTAL Texture Pack, a collection of 92 high-resolution textures based on real photographed coastal environments. This pack offers a range of weathered and distressed textures, including rocky surfaces, cracks, dirt, sand, and clay, that are perfect for adding depth, grit, and grunge to your designs and artwork. The textures can easily be used as overlays or even displacement maps in editing suites such as Photoshop, allowing you to distort images and text to create unique and eye-catching designs.
With varying levels of grittiness, ranging from light to heavy, the COASTAL Texture Pack makes it easy to find the right texture for your project. The images are categorised by intensity, saving you time and making the design process quicker and more efficient. With a high resolution of 7680 × 4320 pixels, these textures are perfect for both digital and print projects. Whether you're a graphic designer, artist, or photographer, the COASTAL Texture Pack is the perfect tool to help you add character and a worn feeling to your work.
The COASTAL Texture Pack is a collection of 92 high-resolution textures based on real coastal environments, including weathered rocky surfaces, cracks, dirt, sand, and clay. The textures can be used to add distress, grit, grain, and grunge to designs and artwork, to create a worn feeling and add depth.
The COASTAL Texture Pack is compatible with any photo and video editing software which can accept JPEG files such as the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, including Photoshop and can also be used as displacement maps within the software to distort images and text.
All textures are 16:9 JPEG images at 7680 × 4320 pixels (FUHDTV or 8K).
The textures in the COASTAL Texture Pack are categorised by their intensity, varying in grittiness from light, medium, and heavy, making it easier to find a texture that suits your look quickly.
Yes, the COASTAL Texture Pack comes with a royalty-free license, so you can use the textures in any commercial project.
The COASTAL Texture Pack is a standalone collection of 92 high-resolution textures and is not part of a larger texture library. The textures cannot be purchased individually and are only available as part of this pack.
We do offer a free version of the COASTAL Texture Pack! This pack contains 12 high-resolution textures that you can use to test out and try the quality of our textures. This is a great opportunity to see how the textures work with your designs or artwork and experience the potential of using these assets in your projects. The free version is available for download directly from our website here.
You can apply a grunge texture to your work in Photoshop by using the "Layer Styles" function. First, place your texture on a separate layer in your Photoshop document. Then, right-click on the layer and select "Blending Options." From there, you can adjust the opacity, blend mode, and other settings to apply the grunge texture to your design.
Distressed textures are rough, worn-looking assets that can add depth and character to designs. They can be used to create a vintage or aged look, or to add a touch of grit and grunge to an otherwise clean design. Using distressed textures in your work can help to create a unique, memorable look and add a sense of history or wear to your designs.
Grunge aesthetic is a visual style characterized by rough, distressed textures and an overall feeling of wear and tear. This style is often associated with the 1990s alternative music scene and can add an edgy, rebellious quality to designs.
To control the intensity of the grunge effect when using the textures, you can adjust the opacity of the texture layer in your design or artwork. You can also use blend modes to further control the intensity of the effect.