After a lot of trial and error, finally came as close as I can to matte finish texture. I am adding it with opacity so that when using the next time, it will be as fresh as the first time
All you have to do is use GIMP and play with noise filter. Takes some time before you can end up with one that satisfy your needs.
Not seeing anything, right ? It is there, when you use a coloured background.
It is hard to manage with a small sized pattern. So I made a Full HD and 960p versions. First one is normal matte finish and second one is a finer matte variant
// Fine matte//
\ Fluent matte//
Both of them works on coloured background, not white as the grains are white. Download or copy image location to use them.
Tried them, looks good. 👍️
A little tip for those who want to use it. If it is too coarse for you, scale the pattern to smaller percentage. Then it gets finer.
Never try to scale up. It will only ruin it.
That is right. Smaller, the finer. I had to make it bigger elements. Something like a window or a web page.
Looking for free GIMP brushes ? You might find the following articles interesting
There are lot of them in DevianArt too. The articles above simply link to them.
If you're using Windows, take a look at paint.net
Free, open source Illustrations for you. As per their website, no cost, no attribution required.
Fantasticon allows you to create icon fonts of your own
Something like Figma, but more to offer in the free plan ?
Framer is an all-in-one tool that helps teams design every part of the product experience. Start in Framer and get to a functional prototype faster than ever—no code required.
In the free plan you will get
Up to 2 editors
Up to 3 projects
C00 Textures got rebranded as Ambient CG
The owner says
I don't want to limit myself to just textures with the name.
Framer, a Figma alternative
Generate backgrounds and export them as SVG
GIMP that looks like Photoshop
Heard of OpenType-SVG format ? In this, glyphs are stored as SVG art work. So it can have colours and gradients
Noto Emoji SVG is a good example
Animate SVG icons using
Adobe Photoshop gradients to SVG
These are great resources you're gathering, @Abhi ! These SVG options are fantastic!