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FREE TEXTURES--IBJENNYJENNY PHOTOGRAPHY & FREE RESOURCES

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I been dabbling with Pinterest for a couple of years now and occasionally they will send me emails of things I just "can't live without" or, so they tell me. :-)  Most of these "can't live without" are usually rehashes mixed with a few new interesting items on occasion.  Takes a lot of weeding through sometimes to find a nice little kernel that is really useful to myself and my readers.  

Whether you need textures for your Blender models and renders, backgrounds for your photos, composite textures, building your texture library or, any other texturing projects you might have, Pinterest sent me a nice little kernel yesterday I thought you might be interested in checking out.  

One of those little kernels is some free textures from ibjennyjenny Photography & Free Resources.  The one I found from Pinterest is a set of textures, which will make a nice overlay or background for your projects. Browsing the site, it appears there are other free textures availab…

CHANGE IS GOOD!

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Spring has finally arrived here at Hell House Studios despite fits and starts of the weather. The trees are finally leafing out, grass has turned green, bushes are blooming, as the spring flowers peek out and open in all their colorful glory.





It was a long winter for me even though we had very little snow and the temperature while still cold, wasn't terribly bad for Winter.  Winter just seems to be a long slow season for me where I turn inward and do a lot of reading for entertainment.  :-)

So, in an effort to get with the program and TRY (notice the word try...doesn't mean it will happen) to be more a bit more blog worthy, I thought the first step would be to make some changes, even if small ones, might do the trick of sprucing things up a bit.  I thought maybe, if I moved a few things around, it would be refreshing to the eye. I didn't want to refurbish the whole blog because I still remember the frustration of setting the first blog up ba…