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Hello everyone, I'm just posting to let everyone know that we've posted our End User License Agreement, the link for which can be found at the bottom of the page. Those of you who had questions as to what rights were granted for the use of the textures should have those questions answered. If there are any other questions or comments please feel free to ask. We've also converted a few hundred of our original textures to 2x Game Sized textures and we are still working on converting the rest. All new texture posts over that last month have been in both our original sizes and 2x sizes. We've been posting many of our game sized textures in sizes as large as 4096x4096! We always create the largest textures we can for any given texture without sacrificing quality. We have plans to purchase cameras in the near future that will let us post even larger sizes for our premium users. We still offer all of our textures for free in sizes 500 by X and 512x512 and we are continuously looking for ways to make our premium membership an even greater value! If you're not a member yet, stop by and check us out! Thank You! Jeff Martin www.texturebin.com

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