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Am I glad the days of the plastic grocery bags are soon over. Beyond their obvious environmental impact, they simply don't have that warm, "small shop" vibe to them.
Brown paper bags seem to be their replacement. Whilst they might look the same, they definitely aren't. The cool thing with paper-based products is that even an industrial manufacturing process doesn't guarantee a 100% consistency. Especially when it's for something cheap and made to be thrown away like a paper bag. As a result, each and every brown paper bag out there has a special texture, grain orientation, and feel to it. Add to that when stored they rarely get folded at the same exact spot, and you have a recipe for a very ambitious collection.
I actually have a stack of these laying at home. I simply decided to scan as many bits and pieces of them as possible. The result is a collection of 3 texture packs, each featuring 15 textures scanned at least 600 ppi.
This specific pack has been scanned in with the following output: 5,090x7,000 pixels @ 600 dpi. It features 15 textures of brown paper, with each their own creases, crumple patterns, and grime (stains, etc.).
There are two other packs in the collection! Check the whole series out:
- Brown paper texture pack volume 01
- Brown paper texture pack volume 02
- Brown paper texture pack volume 03