Quickly create a city scene using textures

Despite continuous innovations in digital painting software, textures have always played an important role. If I were only able to choose two textures for a specific project, I’d choose one organic texture, such as that of a rock or tree; and a geometric texture made up of building elements or mechanical parts. By creating a custom shape in Photoshop, I can then use those two simple textures to create endless possibilities of shape combinations.

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