The weather’s getting a bit Dickensian out there today. Not Bleak House level, but soggy and dreary and grey. So today’s free colour textures starts with Dickens, and indeed with grey – it’s a transparent overlay using some paper texture and some text from Dickens’s novel The Pickwick Papers.
But just plain grey isn’t Victorian enough, so let’s add a bit of brown behind it for a good vintage sepia.
Or a respectable muted olive green:
Or for something wildly fashionable, a bit of that nice Mr Perkin’s mauve:
And for a more space age take on the concept, here’s a solid grid of pearlescent transparent windows:
And here’s some special bonus fallen leaves, because it’s November and they’re beautiful. These ones are from a turkey oak, in Rykneld Rec in Derbyshire.
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