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June 2, 2011

Texture in Graphics Designing

Texture is an important visual surface characteristic.

We can add visual texture as an overall background and to fill shapes. T
Textures need to relate to the purpose and concept of the design
Backgrounds and filled objects may or may not be actual textures
  • Rough surfaces - Cement, Sand
  • Smooth glass bottles
  • Grass
  • Rocky surfaces
  • Random soft circles create an imaginary texture
  • A straw mat
  • Tree bark
Symbolic textures created with lines and/or shapes
Wavy lines could symbolize water, waves

You can enhance the appearance of the design using visual textures
When printing choose choose textures that relate to the concept

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