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Part of this section heavily relies on using to download textures which is a website that doesn’t offer IP Warranty and doesn’t offer free credits anymore even if one was to download their dubious licensed textures.

Please dear GDTV that produces awesome courses that I love. Take a look into this so other students won’t face the same issue and please avoid relying on external websites so your courses don’t get outdated fast.

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This place seems pretty good I mean they have a lot of free stuff, however if you need other textures you could always research and use your own, there’s lots of free places that offer phenomenal textures.

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Apparently they do but please check their licenses and how they do not offer ip warranty. It’s very important to me to give proper credit and follow license rules. Besides they don’t give free credits anymore.
I’d love if you could link me cc0 or cc-by front view photorealistic building pictures to use as a texture for this section.


Interesting, I would have assumed that commercial use means that you can use it as a tutorial prop, and id view it as a free promotion, but you do have a point

Sorry, what does this mean?

CC0 and CC-BY are two forms of Creative Commons Licenses.
CC0 requires no attribution but CC-BY does.
Websites such as polyhaven post content under the CC0 license. I would love to find building textures under this license so I can showcase the final result on my social media.

Oh I see.

Im not 100% sure this will fit, because I didnt do this lecture/course, so I dont know the exact method this is made, but if you need free photos you can check
By prompting it with “building front” it gives some nice results (and quite alot of medicore or other purpose pictures). True - they are not straight out textures, so they will require some work in gimp or pshop or any other graphic software, but if you really need that, you might be able to find good pictures.

As a mater of fact, they are not strictly CC0, but Unsplash licence is good enough:

Unsplash grants you an irrevocable, nonexclusive, worldwide copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use photos from Unsplash for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the photographer or Unsplash. This license does not include the right to compile photos from Unsplash to replicate a similar or competing service.

You can add “texture” to search to get some good results too. But - they always will be only color textures, no normal, bump, roughness od anything like that, so that’s obviously another downside.


To echo what @Medial said, is another site with a very simple license - FREE.

Here’s their license explained:


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