Sunday, 1 May 2011

Puesta Del Sol Mexicano - Seamless 3D Build Mexican Hacienda Textures Now Available

Volume One - Base Collection

The first three of possibly 10 collections,  Mediterranean styled seamless textures.

The above is the “base collection” and includes both open (transparent) and closed (wood shutters) windows for window privacy script use.

Below are samples taken from more "feature rich” collections two and three.

Sample From Volume One

Sample from Volume 2/3

Cover Volume One and Two

Each of the three collections contain over 35 seamless textures sized 1024 x 1024 pixels and can be purchased for L$750 Linden Dollars per collection here:

Second Life - TRU Textures in world store

The Second Life Marketplace Collection One 

The Second Life Marketplace Collection Two

The Second Life Marketplace Collection Three 

**Soon** TRU Textures Website (available for licensed use in Second Life and also for other grids and non Second Life platforms like IMVU or Twinity under the “Any World License"




Originally a custom request from a chap in Yorkshire (believe it or not)
He wanted some coloured plaster walls commonly associated with Mexican housing.

My plan was to release three sets with mixed colours but its impossible to keep collections small when you add different base walls.

Each base wall colour needs a coordinating texture with window, both open and closed,  facade and without facade, with and without flowers and Ivy Vines, columns and without.
Additionally,  the walls with the windows (open and closed) also have plants and vines, so thats another four textures and before you know it a one color wall texture has 15 variations to ensure all possible uses are offered. They add up fast.
I have ensured these collections can be used in single and multi level builds too which has been an oversight in the past with my 3D texture collections, so that adds more bulk to a set too.

Currently,  I have released three sets in terracotta and blue coloured themes and plan to release similar sets in Yellow, Red and green.

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