Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.

Free Painterly Textures Pack 10 June

These ones are more bold. If they are too bold for you remember you can make them grey-scale!



As I’ve mentioned in past posts, things are being done differently now. I’ve only included some of my favorites as previews, and these are watermarked. The ones that are zipped are NOT watermarked. This is to prevent people from saving the file at later dates. The watermarked ones are some of my favorites for this month.

To Use These Resources

You must now download the zipped file, which will only be available for a limited amount of time.  

Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.
Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.
Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.
Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.
Free Digital Painterly Textures for Homeschoolers interested in Digital Art, Corel Painter Artists, Digital Artists.





Here are the rules for using my textures. They are simple. I wish I didn’t have to state the obvious.


Don’t take the textures and sell them.


Don’t claim them as your own.


Don’t redistribute them. Just link people back here to pick up their own textures.


More to Come

These files are available for a minimal time frame.

If you have missed out on this month’s textures, sign up at the bottom of this page to be notified of new blog posts. When you see a blog post for free textures, then I recommend you pick them up within the day, and you will never miss out on them.




I’m sorry the textures are no longer available.





8 Responses

  1. Shannon W. Jones, Jr.

    Thank you, I need to relearn how to use textures such as these you have created and shared,

    • L.A. James

      You are welcome, Shannon. If you don’t know how to use textures, you definitely need to put learning how to use them at the top of your learning list. I think the ability to use textures is one major way to give digital paintings more depth. I am continually amazed at how much they can do!

      To start, just put a texture over any painting you have done and work through blend modes to see how it impacts the painting. Then try to reduce the opacity of the texture down to 30% and go back through all the blend modes. Then try to change your texture to just a black and white image by manipulating it before you take it into your software and start the process all over with blend modes and reduced opacity. Eventually, you will find you like a texture in one area and you can then use a mask (or just erase) the parts you don’t like. I find this part of painting a lot of fun because of all the little things it can add to a painting.

    • L.A. James

      You are welcome, Susan. They might be a little bold for your taste 🙂 but I’m sure you can figure out a way to use them! Thanks for taking the time to leave me a thank you!

  2. Kurt S Laidlaw

    Thank you for your continual sharing of your textures, Lisa. I am often amazed at your output as well as your generosity.

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