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  1. 120 Sci-fi Alpha Collection.
    Techno Panel 4K PBR Texture.
  2. Eye Iris Texture Maps Vol 02.
    Creature Eye Textures - Vol 03.
  3. Eye Iris Texture Maps Vol 01.
    28 Wood Surfaces PBR Texture Pack.
  4. Horror Blood Texture Collection (1000+ Textures).
    30 Spring Summer 2020 Fabric.
  5. Gemstone Texture Pack 1.
    Lava Rock 4K PBR.
  6. Creature Eye Texture Maps Vol 01.
    Lava & Magma 4K PBR Texture.
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  8. Textures are an important part of the materials that make up the final scenes in your games or still renders.
    It is possible to make your own textures using your own photos and some Photoshop magic, but it is almost always easier to find a repository online to get your textures.
  9. This is especially true if you don’t have access to a good quality(and often expensive) camera.
    Below is a comprehensive list of sites where you can & download good textures.
  10. Most of these sites have a mixture of both free and higher-quality paid textures, but you can use all of them in your projects.
    The licencing is usually very lenient as well which allows you to use them on both personal and commercial projects.
  11. Textures.com is probably the largest texture library on the web.
    You may know it as CGTextures which only recently changed it’s name over to the much simpler Textures.com.
  12. But they’re the exact same website.
    It has its textures broken into categories and then subcategories so it’s super easy to find whatever you’re looking for.
  13. There is even a search function if you’re looking for something really specific and all textures are tagged so they’re easy to find.
    Most textures on this site are completely free as long as you’re happy with low resolutions (around 1k) with higher resolutions costing credits.
  14. Credits are the premium system this site uses.
    You purchase credits then use them to buy higher resolution textures as needed.
  15. Texture Haven is another popular site to get 3D textures from.
    It was formed by a 3D artist from the Netherlands who uploads all of the textures he creates for his work, all for free.
  16. The advantage of this site over Textures.com is its textures are all high quality and it doesn’t cost anything extra to get up to 8k resolution.
    However the size of this site’s library is quite small due to the higher quality it commands.
  17. There is a sister site accessible from the top navigation bar called HDRI Haven.
    This site runs the same way, offering huge resolution high quality HDRI textures for lighting your scenes.
  18. And once again, it is completely free!
    3DTextures is another site that offers all its content for absolutely free at 1k resolution.
  19. It also has some of its content as Substance Designer files so you can download them and make your own tweaks to get some incredibly unique textures.
    This site has its own subreddit and Discord servers so you can talk to the creators and ask them any questions you may have about their work.
  20. If you want higher resolution versions of their textures (4k) and access to all the Substance Designer files you will need to join their Patreon ($5 a month tier), or a one off payment of $30 on ko-fi for permanent access to all current and future textures.
    Poliigon is a premium texture site with plenty of variety to pick from.
  21. Its library is very large and covers a lot of categories but you need a subscription to get the credits needed to download anything.
    A subscription is $12 a month for a hobby licence(100 credits a month) moving up to $35 a month for a studio licence(600 credits a month).
  22. Something you need to bear in mind if you buy the hobby package is that you will not have the license to use the textures commercially.
    You can just buy credits as a single purchase, though these are generally more expensive.
  23. For this price though you can download textures for anything up to 8k resolution and they offer all the supporting textures you will need to make a full material in almost any software (normal, height, specular etc.).
    As the name implies, All 3D Free offers all its content for free.
  24. You don’t even need to register an account unless you want to upload and share your own work.
    The texture library on this site is quite large; however like most of the free sites on this list, the texture sizes are usually fairly low resolution.
  25. They also only offer the diffuse/albedo maps, meaning you will have to make your own normal maps and other supporting maps.
    This site offers a lot of stuff other than just textures though, like people cut-outs for post-processing your renders and even some free 3D models that you can use in your scenes.
  26. This website (based in Germany) is another that offers its textures for free, but again, at a lower resolution.
    They also do not come with the other maps you need to build a full material, just the albedo channel, but there is a lot to choose from that can provide some use.
  27. 3DXO also offers some free models that you can add to your scene which is a nice added touch.
    It’s worth noting the licences on any of the materials you download here.
  28. Some are free under Creative Commons meaning you can use them commercially, but some are only for private use.
    This is clearly stated on each of the texture’s individual pages.
  29. Archive Textures is a very basic looking site but it is packed with content.
    This site also offers all of its textures totally for free.
  30. They are available in all sorts of resolutions(up to 8k) but it depends entirely on the individual texture.
    So you’ll have to do some fishing here.