Author Topic: High Res Plywood textures without knobs  (Read 5330 times)

2017-03-02, 17:52:34

johan belmans

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Hi
anyone knows a good source for highres Plywood textures.
I need them for kitchen doors/panels, ....

thanks

2017-03-02, 17:58:11
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2017-03-02, 19:34:14
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Ricky Johnson

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Those all look quite similar to the way Arroway produce their larger textures to me. You didn't mention if you were willing to pay or wanted them free though.

I think some of their wood textures are available to buy as singles now but most are bundled up in the volumes. Depends what species/grain you're after.

2017-03-02, 19:54:57
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Kaindl (EU manufacturer of laminate boards) has really high res textures of whole boards ... registration is needed.

https://www.kaindl.com/en/press-mediaroom/image-database/

2017-03-03, 10:51:06
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johan belmans

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@ Ricky Johnson: Yes I am willing to pay. I have checked Arroway but could not find what I was looking for.
@Lukak: Thanks I will check that site.

2017-03-05, 00:28:06
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2017-03-05, 09:31:42
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Hej belly,

maybe this is a good base for your textures:

vizpark.com/shop/plywood-panels

..and maybe you will not find anything without branches and have to adapt the textures in PS.
The planks from vizpark are high res and a nice start.

I would give it a go.

All the best and I hope it helps
Nico

2017-03-05, 09:33:01
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2017-03-05, 11:27:59
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Another hint would be the actual name of the material.
Carpenters (I am one) call it "Multiplex"
It's a finer and higher quality material then the
rough boards (See-Kiefer). It has A, B and C quality levels wich is
reffered to the final top layer.

Maybe you can find something over google or a
manufacturer homepage like Egger.

Best regards
Nico

2017-03-05, 14:54:57
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Plywood boards are also multiplex boards, a wooden board composite, where the upper/final layer gives the look and is called a veneer ;) There are also many different types of multiplex boards, depends on what are used for.

Just ask a client what look & feel they prefer. Know what kind of wood is used for those fronts, who produces them and where the veneer comes from (if you want to be precise). From quick look at your examples, there are few different sorts of wood used (beech, ash, cherry, maple, apple,...).

Note
- no two woods have exactly the same texture.
- different furbishing changes the appearance & tonality (oil, wax, shellack, acrylic, acidic....)

Just go for the feel.
« Last Edit: 2017-03-05, 15:04:52 by burnin »

2017-03-06, 15:54:43
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johan belmans

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Thanks guys!
I know the ones from Vizpark. But I hoped to find better ones which are more suited for furniture then construction site like materials.

2017-03-19, 21:26:03
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johan belmans

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Found a nice texture in my garage. Forgot I still had this piece of Plywood.
First attempt is not too bad.

Textures attached to this post are free to use.
Do NOT sell them in any kind of way!

2020-05-26, 22:31:37
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Does anyone have high quality textures/materials for plywood edges to recommend? I mean: https://www.shutterstock.com/pt/image-photo/plywood-texture-158295824

Don't know if this would warrant a new thread.

2020-05-29, 12:33:32
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