Denim Stripes 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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I had some fun using some software to generate stripes along with a couple noise filters to give the appearance of a denim texture or material. The challenge with the noise is to make it appear seamless for a pattern, which I think worked well. Here are 10 denim patterns with various stripes in them and in various shades of blue jean color. Let me know if these patterns are useful, they are fairly easy to make and I can provide more! Each pattern is saved as a .png, which should work just fine in Adobe Photoshop or Gimp. Enjoy this free pattern set!


Denim Stripes 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Monica Creates's picture

BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED TEXTURES

BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED TEXTURES

Anonymous's picture

thanks for all the wonderful

thanks for all the wonderful free tex and brushes

SuperDodo's picture

Thanks for the package. It's

Thanks for the package. It's very useful.

whimzpix's picture

Awesome threads Dude!

Awesome threads Dude!

Actually, Bill, I just took a dozen pictures of denim jeans yesterday. Now I can use yours right away.

Would you like to have mine? Just tell me how to send them and you can use them for whatever, no strings (just threads). I am not a pro, so tell me exactly the form you would need. I usually go with 300 dpi and a png...but could try another extension as well. Would need to know total size.

ps: Mine have folds, seams, rivets, pockets, and zippers. You may need to blur the logo on the rivets.

Smiles,

Constance, in snowy Prescott, AZ, USA.

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