This weeks freebie is a set of old ashlar stone wall textures from an old local building that was demolished only a few weeks after I shot these images. They are from the remains of an old fishing factory that I have posted many sets of textures from before.
But it’s gone now, only a couple of weeks ago they demolished the rest of the structure. I’m very glad to have photographed so many great textures from that location.
Ashlar stones are finely cut and squared to fit perfectly together in masonry, although the front side of these stones is rough to create a rustic effect. Ashlar masonry dates back to prehistoric Greece and is often used as an alternative to bricks.
This particular wall is made of small ashlar stones together with blue painted bricks. As this was a local fish processing factory back in the day, cheap fixes were probably not that uncommon. Although the bricks are much newer and painted, they give a nice contrast to the stone wall, showing the battle of old versus new.
I hope you enjoy the free textures, Cheers!
Free Ashlar Stone Wall Textures
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