A very slick dark rubber grip pattern, sort of like the grip on a camera.
White little knobs, coming in at 10x10px. Sweet!
Zerro CC tillable texture of stones photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Remixed from an SVG by Devanath found on Pixabay
Background formed from the iconic plastic construction bricks that gave me endless hours of fun when I was a lad.
A seamless tessellation pattern.
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emixed from a JPG that was uploaded to Pixabay by Kyotime
The square tile this is based on can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i
Used correctly, this could be nice. Used in a bad way, all hell will break loose.
Source Atle Mo
Classic 45-degree pattern, light version.
Source Luke McDonald
Ground style CC0 texture.
Brushed aluminum, in a bright gray version. Lovely 2X as well.
Source Andre Schouten
Design drawn in Paint.net, vectorised using Vector Magic and finished in Inkscape.
A tileable pattern.
This was formed by distorting an image of a background on Pixabay.
The original enhanced with one of Inkscapes's filters.
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One more sharp little tile for you. Subtle circles this time.
Drawn in Paint.net using the kaleidoscope plug-in and vectorised.
With a name this awesome, how can I go wrong?
Source Nikolay Boltachev
A seamless pattern from a tile made from a jpg on Pixabay. To get the tile select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i.
To get the tile this is based on, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i.
From a drawing in 'Real Sailor-Songs', John Ashton, 1891.
An abstract web texture of a polished blue stone (or does it look more like ice).
Source V. Hartikainen
Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.
One more brick pattern. A bit more depth to this one.
Source Benjamin Ward
Just the symbols of the signs of the zodiac distributed in a chequer board-like pattern
A hint of orange color, and some crossed and embossed lines.
Source Adam Anlauf
The tile this is formed from can be retrieved in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i
Remixed from a design seen on Pixabay. The basic tile can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.
No relation to Moulin Rouge, but still sexy.
Vertical lines with a bumpy, yet crisp, feel to it.