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Abstract Fiberglass Texture

Abstract Fiberglass Texture

An abstract colorful fiberglass texture with small cracks, resulting in a visually captivating and textured surface. The fiberglass material forms the foundation of the texture, providing a durable and versatile medium for artistic expression. The surface is adorned with an array of vibrant and varied colors, creating a visually stimulating composition. Upon closer inspection, small cracks can be seen scattered across the texture. These cracks add an element of depth and complexity, breaking up the smoothness of the surface and introducing intriguing patterns and lines. They appear as fine fissures or more pronounced fractures, adding an organic and weathered quality to the overall composition.

Image ID#: 18461 / Category: Backgrounds / Price: 499$
Abstract Fiberglass Texture
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