Nice to see a forum with so many members helping each other. I may actually be able to make a map using just
the materials and resources I find here.
Bravo to and THANKS to all!
Do obey copyright laws, though. The photographer's watermark on that one means it's probably off-limits unless you yourself are Moore Photography?
All the samples posted here are open to others right?
Typically, yes. But in the absence of a statement saying so, it's not a bad idea to try to contact the author of a texture to acquire permission. If someone's posted a texture that they say was taken from another website, go to that website and try to find a license or usage guide. For instance, the photograph I commented on above is not (yet) cleared, so I wouldn't use it.
I used them in my campaign on roll20 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FobB7wQtLY) and I had just lifted them from the search tool, glad I get the chance to thank the author!
Here is a tiling ploughed field I made with Filter Forge. If you have Filter Forge, you should should be able to download it from the library which will give you the ability to vary size, colour and granularity.
Last edited by ravells; 05-19-2014 at 07:32 PM.