7 great fabric textures from Danny C Boyce

7 great fabric textures from Danny C Boyce

Here is an excellent collection of 7 high quality drapery textures, which were created by one of my readers. Danny C Boyce asked me, if was interested in publishing these and as the quality of the images is really good, I am more than happy to oblige! Just look at the brilliant colors of the first image – really quality material. Many thanks to him, for letting me publish his photos! Be sure to check out his blog “The Quality of Light”. And feel free to follow his example and contact me, if you want some of your textures published on here. Of course, you can find a zip file, which includes all of the images, at the end of this post. Enjoy!

UPDATE: Lawrence made a good point by saying that the copyright for these fabrics is probably still with the manufacturer. Therefore, I am not sure, if these textures can be used for commercial designs without problems.


hrt drape 1


hrt drape 2


hrt drape 3


hrt drape 4


hrt drape 5


hrt drape 6


hrt drape 7

drapes texture pack (.zip file, 57 MB, 7 files)

15 comments

  1. don’t want to rain on the party but what is the situation with copyright on material (pun intended) like this? surely it belongs to the manufacturer?

    Very nice textures BTW – i’m just chicken to use them for anything commercial

  2. thanks for pointing that out. I updated the post accordingly.

  3. Lawrence does make a good point.

    I would never consider using the designs as ‘whole cloth’ (pun also intended), that being said, there are inspirational starting points galore here.

  4. In a globalized world where even life forms can be copyrighted, the issue Lawrence has raised is really important. If the copyright would belong to the manufacturer of the fabrics (and not to the photographer) then we wouldn’t be able to take photos of anything manmade. Your fabrics (photos taken in a Beligian Cafe) as well as the door textures would be copyrighted by other people and not by the photographer. Dosch Design, 3dTotal and others who are making money out of textures would have to close there doors because of the (certainly expensive) violation of someone others rights. Looks like another nice gold mine for lawyers, doesn’t it?

  5. right. and that is, why I prefer natural textures :). German Telekom even tries to get a copyright for the color “magenta”, so everybody using that color would break copyright laws, if they win their case. Let’s hope that this does not get completely out of hand!

  6. so why dont you find out if theers copyright what the point of posting them if you dont know ??

  7. If they are posting them online at full resolution, seems to me the author is allowing others to use their product… is that a wrong assumption?

  8. I work for a company that makes office furniture and when we need a different colour on a office chair for instance, rather than shot the chair again we change it in Photoshop, does this negate copyright or not. http://www.ecomfg.com/ if anyone knows the answer I would be interested to know. Dennis

  9. ggggggggggggggggggggggggg

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