There are a lot of free 3D textures online, but most of them are for video games. If you want to make video game-style artwork, it’s hard to find high-quality free alternatives. But there’s a solution: ShareTex. This website gives away thousands of free 3D textures every day! You can even login with your Steam account if you already have one. Here’s how you can get started:
Go to the free section of ShareTex
To get free 3D textures for your artwork, you can go to the ShareTex website. This resource is a free CG texture resource for artists who are looking for high-quality images and icons. You can also find premade renders, as well as high-resolution textures that you can use in your own projects or sell on sites like Shapeways or RedBubble. There are also a lot of other cool things on this site so I’m sure you’ll enjoy exploring it!
Log in with a Steam account (or create one for free)
If you don’t already have a Steam account, it’s easy to get one. Just click the “create new account” link on the top-right corner of any page and fill out the form with your username, email address, and password.
Once that’s done, head over to this link: https://fariastic.com/ into your game library (or just hit “open game library”) and select which texture packs you want to download from the list at the left under “Downloadable Content.” When prompted for payment information (which is optional), simply enter your credit card information or PayPal account details if using PayPal instead; then click “continue” when finished selecting what textures will be downloaded next!
Download your free textures for CG art
Once you have downloaded your free textures, save them to your computer. You can do this by right-clicking on the file and choosing “Save As” or “Save Link As.” Then, choose a location where you want to save it.
Next, open up Photoshop and go to File > Open and find the folder where you saved your texture files (if there is more than one set of files inside). Make sure that there isn’t any other text in front of each file name so that Photoshop knows which one is which! If everything looks good then go ahead and select all of them at once using Ctrl+A (control + A) then click OK on Photoshop’s window that pops up asking if they should be opened together or separately (and don’t forget to turn off any warning messages while doing so!).
Check out some other 3D artists and leave them a review
You should also check out some other 3D artists and leave them a review. This will show them that you’re interested in their work, which will hopefully lead to more collaboration!
- [Find out who is using ShareTex here](https://sharetex.com/#)!
- Check out their projects and leave a review for each one (and if it’s not already there, link back here). They don’t have to be perfect—just tell us what you think of them! We’d love it if you could let us know how much you like the textures they created for your own artwork too 🙂
Start making 3D art with quality textures at no cost.
You can start making 3D art with quality textures at no cost.
There are many different ways to get free 3D textures, but some of the most popular methods include:
- Searching for websites that offer free texture packs.
- Creating your own texture pack and sharing it on social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter.
- Searching for freebies from various platforms, such as Google Drive or Dropbox.
Hopefully, this article has been helpful in getting you started with free 3D textures for your art. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below and we will do our best to answer them!