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  1. I didn't see that there was a section of the forum just for textures, thank you for providing the link! Yes, I agree, but the problem is that the original image has a very low resolution and the colors don't help much either. I saw that denim post on google, while I was searching for a way to replicate the texture, but I didn't think it would fit with the texture I'm going for. Maybe I will try tweaking it a little. That's a possibility, I tried that and, although I couldn't replicate the exact pattern, I really loved the result. Didn't really know you could do this, I will probably use it on future projects. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I would like to request assistance on identifying the procedure used to create the following fabric/cloth texture: Desired Texture Please ignore the shading, because I know with certainty that was added over the texture. What I would like to know is how to replicate this kind of fabric, which in my opinion looks like a "Gunny Sack/Burlap Texture". Perhaps with plugin? Failed Attempt While I was messing around with the Paint.Net "Effects" tab, I managed to find one that in theory could look similar, that is the "Noise" effect. I did this by removing all "Color Saturation" from it and with a low "Intensity". But as you can see the pixels are everywhere, while in the first texture they're grouped together in a way that resembles a knitted pattern. ------
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