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Today I’ve got a free texture pack that’s a little different, but I hope it will help you create some cool effects in your artworks. This pack contains 6 high resolution plastic wrap textures that are not only handy for creating packaged product effects, but they can also be used to add some cool grungy distress marks to your designs.

6 Free High Resolution Plastic Wrap Textures

These 6 texture files are all 2000x2000px in size at 300dpi, which should be more than enough for most uses in your creative projects. Each file is based on black, so you can simply change the blending mode of the texture file to Screen to render the black area transparent, leaving just the white texture visible.

Plastic wrap texture file previews

Plastic wrap texture

Plastic wrap texture

Plastic wrap texture

Plastic wrap texture

Plastic wrap texture

Plastic wrap texture

Use the textures to create plastic wrap product packaging effects, or use the distressed appearance of the texture files themselves as some cool grungy backgrounds.

Download the plastic wrap textures 6.5mb

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  1. Did you photograph these? What makes a great texture photo and do you have any suggestions for taking them? I’m interested in supplying stuff like this to my readers, however, the demands for church design aren’t quite things like plastic wrap. :)

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  2. Nice! I did this exact same thing back in one of my art classes in college! We had to produce every element for our designs by hand, so that meant our textures as well. Awesome work as always, Chris! :)

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