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Free seamless textures Stucco

Free seamless textures Stucco

Free seamless textures Stucco
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Seamless repeat textures in pixel format

Free stucco textures fill the textures category today. I had a look at Wikipedia as I want to give you some more information about stucco:
Stucco is a material made of a binder and water. It is used as a coating for walls and ceilings and for decoration. Traditional stucco is made of lime, sand, and water. Modern stucco is made of Portland cement, sand, and water. Lime is added to increase the permeability and workability of modern stucco. Sometimes additives such as acrylics and glass fibers are added to improve the structural properties of the plaster. The lime itself is usually white; color comes from the aggregate or any added pigments.

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Free seamless textures Stucco
Format JPG
Amount 8
Dimensions 200 x 200 px
Installation Open in Photoshop and go to Edit > Define Pattern
Use Personal and Commercial Use: FREE
Please note The free download of this pattern can be used for personal and commercial purposes with the requirement that you give credit to Patterrific or a copyright credit such as Copyright © Patterrific. This credit info/link must be placed where ever the art is displayed.

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Use without credit

If you prefer to use patterns without giving credit then you can purchase them in the Shop. All purchased patterns may be used commercially without the requirement that you give credit to Patterrific.

Limitation

1. You can not sell any Patterrific products as is (as set, as template, as part of a catalogue).
2. All copyrights remain with Patterrific.
3. Graphics can not be altered or added to and be claimed as your own.

About seamless patterns

Seamless patterns can easily be used to create your unique web design, prints, scrapbooks or textiles. Define the downloaded jpg as a pattern (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) and you can fill any shape with it.
If the pattern is too large for your needs you can easily change the size of the pattern. Click here to learn how to scale your pattern in Photoshop
And did you know you can even paint with patterns?

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