3D textures can really set your Photoshop projects apart. Not only do they add a lot of life to the designs, but also serve as specialized backgrounds for the primary design elements to get underscored.
The universe of 3D textures for Photoshop is so wide that you can easily get lost in several sub-categories that exist! Thus, identifying the best niche of 3D textures for your intended designs is imperative. Nevertheless, here’s some insight for you, aimed at preparing you for the wonderful design journey that awaits you with 3D textures.
For all your Photoshop projects involving dreary and dark designs, there are flashy Gothic 3D Patterns that can add just the right amount of lighting to the designs, without tempering with the philosophy of the design; skulls, Sabbath symbols, stars, pentagons, and bones – you tell it, and Gothic 3D textures have it.
For designs more attuned to themes like nature and wildlife, use 3D textures based on objects like desert landscapes, grasslands, moors, skylines, and other such terrains. What’s more, these textures double up as great backdrops for text heavy designs.
Another great category of 3D textures is that of objects using space themes, such as solitary stars shining in dusky skies, planets revolving in a brightly lit space, and the various shades of crimson emerging from the sun.
Architectural textures also come to you in the 3D cloak, right from repeating tiles that seem tilted from some angles to floral patterns that seem to intertwine beautifully into one another; each of these textures is wonderfully suited for Photoshop projects.