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January 12, 2012

January 2012 Texture Sets 1 and 2




























January 2012 Texture Sets 1 and 2

January's texture sets 1 and 2 each contain thirteen exceptionally large textures, of various sizes,
styles and colors.

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and may the new year bring joy, peace and happiness
to you and yours.

Sorry it took so long to post, but I felt I would enjoy the holidays with family and friends and then
take some personal time to kick back and do nothing. LOL!

Actually I've been trying my best to learn or should I say attempt to learn working with my Wacom
Create Pen and Touch pad I received for Christmas .............. I can see this will take some time to learn.


Anyone with a tip, trick, tutorial or link to help further my slow moving pursuit, I would be very grateful.


Peace

DOWNLOAD SET 1 HERE :


DOWNLOAD SET 2 HERE :


OR SET 1 HERE

SET 2 HERE




47 comments:

Deb said...

Thanks so much. Good luck learning the Wacom, I gave up about 3 years ago.

Bonnie said...

Thanks for your generosity Jerry. A happy, healthy new year to you and yours too.

hazel said...

Thanks so much for your generosity in sharing your wonderful creations. They have enhanced my photography so much. I just viewed your slide show - excellent images. Wishing you a wonderful 2012.
Hazel

Kathy said...

Wow...thanks so much. You're awesome. I can't wait to using them.

Here's to a fabulous new year!

Blessings,
Kathy

Sue said...

Thanks so much for the lovely textures! I especially like the ones with the embossed border designs. :)

merkusje said...

Many thanks and a joyful, peaceful and healthy 2012 to you. I'm still persevering with my Wacom too, they do take some getting used to.

alexa said...

These are just lovely, and I really like the postcard ones especially. Thank-you so much and wishing you a happy and enjoyable year ahead.

Lisa B said...

thanks so much for these, happy new year to you and yours, and good luck with the wacom, I tried one and didn't get on very well.

latz said...

Thanks for the lovely textures! Have fun with your new toy.

jill said...

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Julie E.. said...

Beautiful textures. Thanks so much for your generosity! Hope you have a blessed and prosperous 2012! Good luck with the tablet!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Very grateful for your gifts Jerry. :)

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Jan. 13, 2012. Thanks again.

nini said...

Thank you so much for sharing. These textures are almost works of art on their own.

I wish you all the best in 2012 as well.

As for tips and tricks goes... the only thing I have amongst my bookmarks is this - http://fox-orian.deviantart.com/art/Wacom-Starter-s-Guide-2011-189976186

and I think it's worth a lot. The rest is patience and practice of course :)

saparmo said...

Espero que hayas tenido felices fiestas y hayas descansado.
Las texturas son preciosas.
Muchas gracias.

Robin said...

Beautiful work, thanks so much for being so generous with it!

Geri Centonze said...

Hi Jerry, I use your textures ALL the time...they're wonderful. Thanks for your generosity in sharing...I'm off to make a donation!

Toma said...

Thank you for a wonderful set! I used #23 here:
http://tomahoustonphotography.com/?p=410

Happy New Year to you and your family!

Hello - Im Jules........... said...

Happy New Year Jerry , good luck with the new toy , im curious to see how you get on!
Many Many thanks for all your wonderful creations ! You started me on this road :-)

joey said...

Thank you, Jerry ... you are amazing. ... Happy New Year!

Isabelle said...

Thank you so much, Jerry. Wishing you and yours a Wonderful 2012--and may happy hours with your Wacom!

Linda said...

Thanks so much for the textures - they're beautiful as always. I also just got a Wacom Create tablet - there is definitely a learning curve!

neki desu said...

thanks again.
may the new year bring you love luck and sunshine

Deb T. said...

I have been on your blog all morning . I posted your banner to my sidebar . Here : http://crowscreekprimitives.blogspot.com/
I will be doing a write up on your blog and your awesome textures and more . It is rare to feel connected with another artist , as I feel connected with you . Your work is AMAZING !
It is also rare to find someone who shares such talent . Thank you so much . I will be using alot of your work and will send anyone I can your way .
Thanks for being such a talented artist !
Deb

Mrs. Welshon said...

Jessica Sprague has some Wacom classes. I have not taken those, but the classes I've taken were great. Also, do you know about Pen Scrappers? That is a site supported by Wacom that has some tutorials.

http://www.jessicasprague.com/index.php?page=shop.browse&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=49

http://www.penscrappers.com/

It is a very cool tool - I am certain that you will make great use of it.

arrowhead said...

I love your creations, you're so talented. Thanks a bunch!

CathWren said...

Don't give up on the Wacom. I use it daily and it has not only saved my wrist, but I can't imagine ever using the cumbersome mouse again. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and your textures!

karenkr said...

Thank you, Jerry. I know I'll be able to put these to good use.

I have used my Wacom twice since I got it last summer, so I don't have any tips, but I hope you have fun with it. Keep us updated on your experiences with it.

Paula Leigh said...

Happy New Year, Jerry! Thank you for these beautiful new textures.

I have no doubt that you'll soon be producing many amazing images with the use of your new toy.

Buffy Marie said...

Beautiful job... as always!

The biggest tip I have for the Wacom- forget it's a tablet. Really. As soon as I stopped panicking about the new equipment & everything I had to learn to use it- it got a LOT easier.
Use it as often as you can- not just for art. Soon enough, it begins to feel more like an extension than just another tool.
I love mine & I finally relaxed enough (2 months in!) to let it teach me how to use it. My art is better for it... so don't' give up!

All the best to you!

Anonymous said...

These are great. Thanks. I use them as backgrounds for my ancestor scrapbook. Your work amazes me.

belle007 said...

Thanks very much for sharing your great work.

txexperiment said...

Thanks so much for all of these wonderful textures!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!
I use often your textures. This is the last work I made:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/antobanto/6756338431/

Anto

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!
I use often your textures. This is the last work I made:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/antobanto/6756338431/

Anto

Distressing Delilah a.k.a. jenn said...

Thank you! I have a Wacom tablet, but mostly just use it as a mouse and mousepad! Hope you had a great holiday!

suruha said...

Ah, another awesome set of your textures and masks. You are amazing! I sure thank you!

Su

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the textures Jerry, looking forward to using them. Wishing you a happy and creative new year! :)

Troi Nelson said...

Thank you, Jerry! I continue to be inspired by the generosity of texture artists like you. Have a fantastic 2012!

Raquel Sánchez said...

Thank you again Jerry, for the much fun I have had for the last 2 years, since I found you in Flickr for the first time. Your textures opened a new amazing world of possibilities to a new amateur photographer like me.

I have found your blog today, and I'm already a follower.
Gracias!
Raquel

Amalia Ferreira said...

Thank you so much for making these great textures and the other goodies available to us!

You're amazing.

Amalia

Joy Gerow said...

When you generously share your beautiful textures you enhance the artwork of others around the world. Thank you for spreading the love my friend. You are valued and admired.
Your textures are amazing and so are you!
All the best for this new year in creativity, life, love and happiness!
Cheers, Joy

Joy Gerow said...

Forgot to add, I have a Wacom Intuos4 tablet with pen. Not a touch screen but they work a lot alike. I found any help I need I can get through Wacoms own website or through NAPP and Adobe ... they have great links too.
It takes some getting used to but once you start using the pen more than your mouse ... you know you're on a roll.
Cheers, Joy

Courtney said...

I gave up using the Intuos Wacom. I tried and tried, but it just doesn't give me the control as I would like. I went back to my roots and am drawing by hand and scanning my images in that way. I know...I'm no help :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much you are incredibly talented!

kristianne said...

thank you so much for sharing <3

Martisimas said...

Thank you so much!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/martisimas/8009186345/in/photostream/

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