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    Hi everyone!

    I wanted to contribute this forest texture I just finished. It tiles so it can be fed right whatever tool you use to paint patterns. It is rather large but you can always scale down cleaner than you can scale up. Please enjoy

    I actually created this texture in 3D studio and did additional filtering and all the tiling work in photoshop CS3.

    I highly recommend poking holes in it, there is black that can be filtered to transparency. The size of the trees is fairly uniform so you can make individual trees into brushes to detail the forest edges.

    I am working on an isometric view of forest texture as well. I will share that when I have it in the same state that this is in
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    sweet! I may have to give this a try soon

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    Very nice and it tiles too! Thanks and have some rep (except I can't as I've already repped you recently)

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    Thanks for posting...
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    coyotemax - Welcome. One thing I did find when working with it is that I got it a little too dark and the black areas didn't clip out too cleanly by just using color thresholds. It needs to be manually poked out.

    ravells - Thank you...hey its the thought that counts! Yes it tiles, I hate seams and strong pattern repeats.

    Steel General - wecome! Glad to contribute.

    And speaking of contributing, here is the isometric forest texture. It tiles and is more seperated from the background black for easier hole poking. Also I am including some individual trees for breaking up the edges nicely. This texture will not work in all cases, well it should but it is going to take a lot of massaging in places especially on the top edge where those single trees will have to be judiciously used.
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    Ravells - thanks! you read my mind. It is what I am going to work on next. Then I need to work on a dead tree forest texture.

    More suggestions are welcome

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    Great!! Have some Rep XD

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    Ravells - excellent idea! I will try to squeeze that in.
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