Vintage film textures have again become a growing trend after a short reign of flashy and modern textures. Some of the most common vintage textures come with dull background, grayish or blackish tones, minimalism in terms of detailing, abstract and non conformist figures with no special lines and appealing in a very different manner as compared to the loud and colourful themes prevalent in the modern world. You can also see Leather Textures.
These vintage textures can also be developed using various overtones like sepia, black and white, chrome, copper, antique and other dull colours which make the texture look different from the colourful world outside. With the advent of so many creative tools, vintage textures can be made both offline and online, based on pre loaded templates, old designs, pictures and abstract designs. You can also see Dirt Textures.
This sample of vintage film texture has is designed on a blue background with a few blank pen marks. A brush stroke of white ink appears on three different spots in the template.
This sample of vintage film texture is designed on a sepia colored background and poster uses a vignette effect to create the vintage look.
In this sample vintage film texture, a well lit white background with black borders is used. On the smooth surface of the white background, a cross mark appears longitudinally on the template.
In this sample of vintage film texture a dirty and old brownish background is used with different layers depicting scratch marks. The template is adorned with a black border created using a drop shadow effect.
This sample of vintage film poster is a combination of basically two colors. The template has asbestos like appearance. 90% of the template is covered in blue color and only 10 % of the template of the right hand side has a fluorescent green color.
This sample of vintage film texture is designed a pale brownish yellow background. The template has overlay patterns of light brush strokes on the edges of the template.
This sample of vintage film poster is also designed in monochromatic colors. Black happens to be the predominant color in this design. Grungy patterns representing metallic scrapping and sand paper brushing gives this poster its vintage appeal.
This sample of vintage film poster is designed in monochromatic colors. It shows the image of a mirror which is placed against a torn and tattered background image.
This sample of vintage film poster has a beautiful design. It is a wonderful combination of deeper and lighter shades of blue color, which blends seamlessly with each other creating a beautiful pattern
In this sample of vintage film poster three different colors are used. In the middle section a fluorescent aqua marine green color is used which also occupies the maximum part of the poster. The second color which is used on the sides is a dirty yellow shade. Black is used as the border of the template.
This sample of vintage film poster is relatively simpler in nature. A grey background and few specs of brush and pencil marks are used to add to its appeal. The simplicity of this background is ideal for designing websites or theme based posters.
This sample of vintage film poster is designed in black and white. The poster background has a very rough and scratchy appearance. Different brushes and layers are used to give the image a scratched out appearance.
In this sample of vintage film texture, a brown background image is used. A blue light diffusion occurs from the upper left hand corner of the image occurs, which helps to give the image a beautiful vintage look.
This sample of vintage film poster is designed on a blackish purple background. The middle section is randomly painted with the color blue. The entire design has scratch marks from metal objects with adds to its vintage appeal.
Some typical examples of vintage textures can include wooden floorboard textures, black and white film textures, mud coloured textures with imprints of abstract shapes, single coloured backgrounds, variety of patterns mixed in a non conformist way, unnatural colours which appeal to the imagination and other similar textures.
The modern tools let you experiment with these textures- adding designs, removing designs, mixing colours and shades, retouching already made textures, putting new objects in the shades and mixing two or more backgrounds into a vintage film. These textures can be used as your desktop wallpapers, covers for gifts, decorative wallpapers for specific places in your home, backgrounds for your presentations and other places where you need to look different from others.