Photographic or computer generated images of textures.
Textures that are abstract and do not conform to traditional methods.
Textures that are out of focus with blurred points of light.
Textures that are textiles, fur, leather etc.
Textures that are of flat surfaces, including tiled floors and walls.
Textures that have bubbles, ice, ripples, waves, whitecaps, etc.
Textures that have a metallic quality.
Textures from nature such as leaves, feathers, dirt, etc.
Other texture types that do not fit into another texture sub-category.
Textures of parchment, canvas, or paper that is plain, creased, inked, aged.
Textures that are metallic and are at some point in the oxidation process.
Textures that are wooden or mimic wood in that they have wood grains.