This is the second package of textures and such from me for Resurgere.
I started work on this just a week or two after the first pack, but as you can see, its taken many months, and as a result, this pack shows some eclecticism (read: lack of focus). It also draws from some older material that I was trying to resurrect, going as far back as 2003.
Everything here was made with some combination of acrylic paint, acrylic ink, gouache, screenprinting ink, found objects, Bryce 5.5, Photoshop 7.0, Gimp 2.x, and whatever else was available at the time.
These vary in size and such, but all are of what I consider minimum grade for my own work, and in some cases, a previous or following variation of a few of these did make it into my work. You are not getting throwaways here folks.
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Thank you, that's very kind of you. It may come to that, for the author himself seems to have liked these low-res "sketches" a lot, and is trying to get his publisher to contract me for the design job (instead of tasking an in-house designer). This would really be great, for I've never worked for this specific company so far and staying freelance is not easy in such a small country as ours. Thank you (and =resurgere, of course) again for the quality resources that make such feats possible. Should I get the commission, I'll contact you asap about a commercial license.
It may come to that, for the author himself seems to have liked these low-res "sketches" a lot
I will happily license your usage under essentially terms of attribution, with no required financial costs. I just like the idea of what you have done, but my vanity has some basic feeding requirements