This beautiful light beech has an highly tormented appearance due to long darker streaks (the heartwood) and knots and grouts on the surface. The texture shows the planer work in the reflection map, where light spot areas are clearly evident in the backlighting.
This type of beech (Fagus sylvatica) is very appreciated for its natural beauty and pale color. The square pattern can be used successfully in domestic environments, to provide your scene with a vague sense of lightness.
This small collection includes three beautiful textures of natural marble and precious, perfect for rendering your scenes of high interiors.
The Carrara Marble is quarried in Tuscany, Italy. It is one of the most precious and famous types of marble, used since the times of the ancient Roman Empire.
This texture is perfect for any kind of precious and stylish floor and wall. The photos shown in the scene are provided by courtesy of Marco Magoga, photographer.
Enjoy this fine Black Zebrine marble texture, composed of 36 large natural tiles from different slabs and marble blocks. Il is perfect for large size precious floors and walls.
The photos shown in the scene are provided by courtesy of Marco Magoga, photographer.
“Mare rubidus” it means “Dark red sea”. This peculiar beech (fagus sylvatica) is produced in large boards 243cm long and 18.5cm wide. It gives to your floor an interesting and unusual sense of vagueness, like a dark sea surface. If you are looking for a new product and different, try this large dimension texture.
These old Clay Tiles, named "Tavelle", were hand-made at the end of the 19th century in Italy. You can still see all the signs of time and even perceive the tracks of the fingers smoothing the surface. The texture draws a "basketweave" figure and its generous dimensions were obtained by shooting dozens of original tiles.
These old Clay Tiles, named "Tavelle", were hand-made at the end of the 19th century in Italy. You can still see all the signs of time and even perceive the tracks of the fingers smoothing the surface. The texture draws a classic herring-bone figure and its generous dimensions were obtained by shooting dozens of original tiles.
This texture is 380x380cm (150”x150”) wide. The pitted plaster finish has the rugged appearance of lightly polished limestone. The texture can be used as a wall covering to obtain a finish very similar to the coloured plasters used in historical buildings in Venice, Italy (the so-called "Intonachino"). As an alternative, it can also be used as a concrete floor.