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Christmas Texture

Whilst Christmas comes but once a year... Crafty people can use these at any time.

Textures are Patterns that repeat in all directions, without showing any obvious join. They can be used in programs like "RealDrawPro" "ScrapbookMax" or "Adobe Photoshop", as a paper, pattern or overlay, as background images, or even as a mapped image over a 3D model, among many other uses.

Textures can be handy for crafty computer users creating digital artwork, paper effects or decorations with a Christmas theme.

The below textures are a small sample of our vast collection, we hope you may find a benefit in using any of these in your own projects.

Please - do - not - link - directly to these images,

either link to this page,

or download a copy to your own system, server or page.

Right click over each texture image, Save "Target or Link as"...
Not displayed at actual size on this screen.

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Below is a low-res example of Christmas textures applied to a 3D model.

(The model is "Aiko" by Daz3d, the Dress is courtesy of Bat, - "Made in Japan/Penthouse collection").

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Below are seamless images suitable for either Vertical or Horizontal Borders, or as side decorations on Christmas cards etc etc...

Right click over each texture image, Save "Target or Link as"...
Half image only on this screen.

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All of the above are Copyright to BushArts.com. Private useage is welcomed, redistribution is not.

Several of the above textures were created with the assistance of our own RealDraw Nozzles, others were built using Adobe compatible filters, such as the excellent Redfield series of plugins.