It is true that most of the textures that are available for designing are natural or are inspired by nature. But what only some of know is that these natural textures can also be created using Adobe Photoshop. There are some tutorials available that will help you replicate the natural textures. Let me tell all the designers that these natural textures may be difficult to create as they require high creativity and time taking efforts. Texture tutorials aren’t easy to get on the internet and if you get so many texture tutorials in one place then it becomes very easy for anyone to learn more and enhance his skills.
In this article I have included 18 such texture tutorials which will help you to learn to create natural textures and to replicate them in a way that they appear real. This article doesn’t just contain texture tutorials for natural textures but also for other interesting patterns and designs. The textures so produced would be automatically stored in PSD format and I don’t need to tell you people that to have designs in PSD format is always the best.
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Rock / stone
Simulating any material in Photoshop and getting it to look real is largely a matter of surface texture and lighting. This tutorial will show you a very easy method for making rock and stone that’s incredibly photorealistic. No special artistic skills are required here. We’ll just be using Photoshop’s built-in filters and tools. Here’s a look at what we’ll be creating:
How to Turn a Texture into a Seamlessly Tiled Background
Tiled backgrounds are great for both website backgrounds and in all kinds of Photoshop work. They are particularly useful when working with textures where you need a larger overall background than the small image you have to work with. In this quick tutorial I’ll take you through taking a texture and turning it into a background image ready for seamless tiling. It’s a useful little technique that’s been around forever.
Create a Moving Image Optical Illusion
Ever notice how sometimes images can play tricks on you? In today’s tutorial I will demonstrate how to create an optical illusion that appears to move, even though in reality, it is standing still. Let’s get started!
Create a Seamless Wood Tile in Minutes
I use to do quite a bit of work with 3D models and texturing was something that I did on just about all my projects. The biggest problem most people have with creating seamless tiles in Photoshop is getting rid of the seam, especially with small file sizes. Today, I will demonstrate a technique that will get rid of the seam every time. Let’s get started!
Create Your Own Leather Texture Using Filters – Screencast
In today’s screencast we will revisit a quick tip tutorial by Mohammad Jeprie and will demonstrate how to create a leather texture from scratch using Lighting effects, Noise, and Stained Glass Photoshop filters.
Create a Wooden Texture in Photoshop Optimized for 3D Rendering
There are a lot of techniques out there to create wooden textures in Photoshop. Photoshop is a powerful application and it enables you to produce wooden textures photographically and from scratch. In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a wooden texture from scratch using some of Photoshop’s handy filters. You can then use this technique to create textures for your 2D or 3D projects.
Design a Grunge Texture Vintage Poster in Photoshop
In this Photoshop tutorial I’m going to explain how to easily create a vintage poster design. We will use some useful techniques related to patterns and visual organization with Photoshop guides. Also we will play with a texture to give an old look to the composition and will deal with adjustment layers for final touches.
How to Add Bokeh Textures to Your Photos
This interactive video tutorial shows how to add a bokeh texture to a photo.
Realistic Denim Texture
This tutorial is about creating a realistic denim texture from scratch by mixing grayscale layers using Blend Modes and Filters. So let’s start!
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a glass texture effect. You need to use various effect filters for this tutorial.
Create dark brown gradient and apply in radial mode to the background.
Create Fantastic Stone Textures in Photoshop
In this tutorial, I will show you a quick and easy way to make a realistic stone texture with the help of the Liquify Filter. This tutorial is written for users who have a basic understanding of the tools and techniques commonly used in Photoshop. Enjoy!
Create a Seamless, Textured, Spade Pattern Using Illustrator and Photoshop
Seamless patterns can be a lot of fun to play with. When used properly, a nice seamless pattern can make the difference between a good design and a great one. There are a lot of tutorials out there describing how to create seamless patterns in Illustrator and Photoshop but today we are going to demonstrate how to use both programs to create a spade pattern in Illustrator, and then add some texture with Photoshop.
Create Night Sky Photoshop Tutorial
Create Night Sky Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, you will learn to create leaf texture. Create a new file of 200 x 200 pixels, RGB and of 72 dpi. Fill the background with linear gradient selecting #95B432 as foreground and #627C01 as background.
Red slate tile
In this tutorial, we will create photo-realistic red slate tile that will end up with a bump map look to it. This textured surface can be used as part of a 3-D scene in a video game or architectural simulation. Just like in the Blue Slate tutorial, we will make this a large size to avoid too much repetition across the texture.
Many of you might remember my Free High-Res Grungy Paper Textures I gave away a while back. I had a lot of requests for a tutorial on how I actually made those textures, so I here we are. Fire up good ‘ol Photoshop, have a scanner handy, and let’s dive in, shall we
In this tutorial, we’ll learn to create a background image that looks like multiple folds of silk fabric. This is a great effect and technique for your collage artwork, as it is easy to blend or fade in with other elements of a collage piece.