Concrete Texture in Photoshop Photoshop is one of the most popular editing software out there - did you ever think why is that so? Nowadays, there is so much software for any type of use that it's tough to find what you prefer and what makes your creating easier. However, very specific and high-quality software tends to end up being the most popular one, and, in the editing industry, Photoshop is undoubtedly the number one choice for many, many artists. The main advantage of Photoshop is that it gives you a lot of options. Its very suitable for beginners, although a lot of people dont think so, and were going to tell you why we believe that. In Photoshop, there are a lot of already ready-made things that you can use to make your art pop. And yes, Photoshop is not used only for manipulating photos and making you look skinny or removing a particular something from the picture. Photoshop is used by many digital artists all around the world to create their art - comics, illustrations, line art, anime, and more. One of those things that is already created for you to make your drawing and to illustrate your gig more comfortable are textures. Textures are essential in art, and they create dimensions and dynamics in a piece of art. Its tough to create textures on your own, especially if you are not a pro artist, and it also takes quite a lot of time. Thats why using finished textures can be useful. One of the more popular textures that you can use in Photoshop is the concrete texture. The concrete texture is often used in minimalistic pieces with an urban touch. Its also used in many manipulations. Sometimes it even has to be edited on a real concrete block that was in the shade to make the whole block pop. You can download quite a lot of them online, some are free while you need to pay for others, but they are beneficial and most people enjoy using them. If you are someone who is not too comfortable in manipulating with textures, make sure to watch a few tutorials online to get a better grip. The concrete texture is not a tough one to manage because there is not a lot of color going on most of the time, but it can get tight in tricky photos. One of the essential steps of applying a concrete texture to a photo is finding the right texture. Depending on the distance between you and the object that you want to put the texture on, the size of the object, the light, and the shades around it, its easy to go wrong and pick the wrong texture. Dont be afraid to try multiple concrete textures until you find the right one. Editing is made easy with these, and you will see how creative you can get with this urban vibe. You will probably get more ideas as well as more gigs, which ends up adding to the budget.