A seamless tile texture with crazing tile tiles arranged in a Parallelogram pattern

Crazing Tile, Parallelogram

69.9 in
Crazing tile sourced from tenement stairwell in Glasgow. Crazing is a phenomenon that naturally occurs during the manufacturing process of a ceramic or porcelain tile. When a tile is fired in a kiln, the material bonds with the glaze layer, and the fluctuations in temperature cause subtle, fine cracks to appear on the tile surface.

This image is a seamless tile texture with crazing tile arranged in a parallelogram pattern. Seamless textures can be tiled repeatedly across a surface without visible seams making them useful for architectural drawings and 3D models. This image can be used as a SketchUp texture, Revit material or imported into Photoshop for use in 2D illustrations. A high resolution version of this texture is available, as well as CAD hatches and PBR maps with Architextures Pro.