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I would like to find a nice white cotton paper texture, which is very common in printwork, but seems really difficult to find online. this will be for commercial work.

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Looks like this was cross-posted to graphicdesign.SE, where it IMO fits better than here. Migrate and merge? –  Ilmari Karonen Apr 6 '12 at 17:44
    
yeah, that's fine. sorry. I usually post on stackoverflow. not as familiar with the other se sites. –  Timmerz Apr 6 '12 at 19:19

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Google web background "cotton paper" texture

Cotton Paper Texture

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I know how to use google.....thanks. however, I said white cotton paper, and that's not very white, plus it looks like it goes to a flickr account with this, and I asked for commercial. "You have permission to use these textures freely when you incorporate them into yournon-profit artwork, please be sure to follow the terms below:" –  Timmerz Apr 5 '12 at 14:53
    
@Timmerz the point is there are millions out there and most are easily adjusted with photoshop to match the tone you need, any stock photography site should suffice. –  toomanyairmiles Apr 5 '12 at 14:56
    
can you please show me the millions? which stock photography site? you did a quick search and obviously didn't pay much attention to my request. that's not very helpful to do that and then talk in vague general terms like millions, any... –  Timmerz Apr 5 '12 at 14:59
    
@Timmerz have a look through that google search, there are quite a few commercial sites - notice I used "" to require the phrase cotton paper?... –  toomanyairmiles Apr 5 '12 at 15:03

I use the copyright-free pictures site http://www.sxc.hu/ . It's pretty good.Also here's my favorite textures site: http://cgtextures.com/

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