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Marina Background Textures Review

Marina textures are those that draw their inspirations from marine life. So anything from shells, to exotic fish and other sea creatures, sea weeds and any other types of vegetation found in the ocean, ocean bottoms… basically, whatever comes to mind when you think of the ocean, that is marina, and can be used as a background, texture, pattern or backdrop.

Where are we forgetting the ocean itself, the beautiful tides and waves and amazing sea green blue reflection?

Many applications for this particular texture, so this article will look at that, its effect on your psychology, and why you should really consider getting them, and soon!

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Wood Textures

Cool textures are a simple way to add color to a website or graphic project. Neutral background looks boring and does not reflect the essence of your project. But the thematic backdrop, skillfully selected, will say without words that can be found on the pages of this resource. Wood texture patterns appeal to almost everyone, especially if the picture quality is good. There is in them the reliability of the classics, which will never become morally obsolete.

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Textile Textures

1. 20 Knitted Weaving Textures

20 Seamless Knitted Weaving Background Textures – Fantastic backgrounds for new art works. 20 high-quality seamless wool knitwear cotton backgrounds. 20 fabric material clothing surface textures.

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Industrial Design Textures

Using Sand Textures in Industrial Design

Sand – friable sedimentary rock, as well as artificial material, consisting of grains of rocks. Very often consists of an almost pure quartz mineral (the substance is silica). The word “sand” is often used in the plural (“sand”), but the plural form has other meanings. Natural sand is a loose mixture of grains formed as a result of the destruction of solid rocks, 0.16–5 mm in size, the mass of one grain of sand can vary from tenths of a milligram to several micrograms. Depending on the conditions of accumulation, they can be alluvial, deluvial, marine, lake, eolian. Sands resulting from the activity of water bodies and watercourses have a more rounded, rounded shape.

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Using Camouflage Texture in Industrial Design

About camouflage

Camouflage (fr. Camouflage – “camouflage”) – camouflage coloring, used to reduce the visibility of people, weapons, equipment, structures by breaking the silhouette of the product or object. Camouflage is also a protective color of animals, resulting from the adaptation to the environment. Some species, such as chameleon, octopus, squid or flounder, can change the color of the body to the color of the situation.