Implied texture or also called Visual texture, is abstract and is often designed to be decorative rather than touched. An example of implied texture in two-dimensional art is an illustration of plants showing the texture of the plants.How do artists use texture?
The texture artist’s main duty is to create photorealistic textures for mapping onto 3-D objects used in video games, films, television, music videos, or commercials—like wrapping a gift box in patterned paper. These textures will often be created from scratch, but may also be created from existing materials.What is invented texture in art?
Texture is a dynamic artistic trait evoking certain feelings based on what is outwardly perceived by seeing and touching. Unlike actual texture, both simulated and invented textures refer to unreal or illusory images in art.