Each weekend, starting Friday, I will be giving away something for free; to start it might only be textures, but as I get more into (digital) mixed media, it might be digital stencils, digital brushes, or even an image that you can use. I hope that you enjoy creating with the freebies.

* Note: The file will expire Sunday evening at 9:30 PM (Pacific Time). The file is temporarily stored on Dropbox. If you don’t have an account, or don’t want to create one, go to the bottom of the dialog box and click on “NO thanks, continue to view”

Weekend Freebie Featured Image 01-05-18
Weekend Freebie #1

Today’s freebie was created using Distressed Oxide on Mixed Media paper. I scanned it in at 600 dpi so you have a high resolution image to play with. The final image size, after shrinking down a bit, is 6000 x 4000 @ 300 dpi.

I would love to see what you create with this texture. Feel free to leave a link to where you’ve posted a picture.

You may sell any artwork you create with this texture, as long as it is not the dominant part of your artwork.

You MAY NOT sell the texture as your own or include it as part of a group/package of downloads.

Questions? Confused? Contact me!

Have a Good Weekend Debbie

This Post Has 7 Comments

    1. Thank you, I’m really loving playing with Distressed Oxides for that reason.

  1. I did an experiment using the texture with my secondlife mermaid image using photoshop blend modes and did a post on it. If they click on your texture image, it should take them here — first time I added a link to an image on wordpress so took a couple tries as the link kept disappearing.
    http://cactushaiku.com/tanka-magic-hope/
    Probably not what you imagine someone might do but I hope you enjoy it

    1. It’s beautiful, Mary! Sometimes that is how I use textures, other times I blend different textures and change the blending mode, then add other elements…a sort of digital mixed media look. Thank you for trying the texture and linking back to this site.

    1. Thank you for the shoutout. I also like the expressionist version.

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