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Colorful Fiberglass Texture

Colorful Fiberglass Texture

In this closeup image, a colorful fiberglass texture with small cracks is depicted, creating a visually captivating and textured surface. The fiberglass material exhibits a range of vibrant colors, which may include shades of red, blue, green, yellow, and more. These colors blend and intertwine, forming a visually dynamic and aesthetically pleasing composition. Upon closer inspection, small cracks can be observed scattered across the fiberglass texture. These cracks add an element of texture and visual interest to the surface, providing a sense of depth and character. The cracks appear as thin lines or irregular patterns, enhancing the overall visual appeal of the fiberglass texture.

Image ID#: 17041 / Category: Backgrounds / Price: 499$
Colorful Fiberglass Texture
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