High-resolution, high-quality seamless texture map of Yew tree bark; excellent for use in architectural visualisation projects. Original photographs were taken at 16:16 in the grounds of Bury St. Edmunds Abbey; 9 photos were combined to make the full-size tile. The real-world scale of the texture is approximately 100cm sq.
The high-resolution of this file means that you can render shots from close up with extremely fine details intact, see the closeup preview render for an example.
The set includes one large tile at a resolution of 8000×8000 pixels, there are also medium and small versions at 4000×4000 and 1000×1000 respectively (handy for trees in the distance that don’t need the full detail of the 8k map) . All tiles have diffuse, specular, bump and normal maps.