Used by artists and designers to create virtual images full of realism, computer-generated graphics
have been taking the world by storm for years now. You see them in your favorite videos, movies, and especially
popular video games. They're derived from high resolution imagery to simulate realistic textures you would normally
see in real life.
Still a bit confused on why it would be good to use a CG Texture? Have a read below:
CG textures make your projects come to life. A simple 3D sphere is nothing without texture. But
if you map an amazing image of the world onto it, there you have it! It now looks like a thriving planet Earth. We
could go on with examples like this one forever—have a browse through our categories and you'll see what we
They're great for creating virtual 3D worlds. It's incredibly easy to get lost in the graphics of
digital video games. This is hugely contributed by the fact that designers have crafted gorgeous worlds with
exquisite details. And nowadays, you can barely tell the difference between virtual graphics and the real thing.
They're a great time-saving alternative to creating your own textures. Resource packs allow you
to find the textures you need without creating them yourself. So you can save plenty of work hours for your creative
projects by getting some of the resources from our collection.
And finally, CG textures are great for adding realism to your work. Without texture, 3D models
would be very smooth… too smooth in fact! But with the right resource, you can simulate the real fine grain
of wooden flooring or the cold hard surface of concrete.
Our vast collection of CG textures has been created by a community of talented artists and hand-reviewed by our team
to make sure every asset means quality and functionality standards. Also, here are some of the key
features you can enjoy from this selection:
High-resolution imagery. It will be a challenge to tell the difference between what's real and
what's fake! These texture are scanned in at massive sizes, so you can go ahead and incorporate them into your 3D
models or set them up as backgrounds.