Dec 14 2014 0

Patterns & Textures In The Children’s Bedroom

By Aaron Wood

Back to the bedroom for the last time! We have been busy texturing the room, walls, doors and props. With the room laid out now, we started to realise that it may not be necessary to texture every prop and part of the room – unfortunately items such as the toy balloon and helicopter hanging from the ceiling would no longer be seen in shot! Although this was a shame, we were relieved to save some time on the texturing work!

07. Kid's house - bedroom improvements (1)

07. Kid's house - bedroom improvements (2)

The only props that needed texturing for the bedroom now

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (1) bunting

Despite looking like the Windonw logo, this is the texturing for the bunting that goes around the room. Unfortunately this will hardly be seen – but nevertheless – these details are important!

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (2) duvet

Texture for the bed clothes

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (4)

A test to show the bed clothes texture in place

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (5)

Texturing the curtains…

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (10)

…and the beds and walls

08. Kid's house - bedroom texturing (11)

The room comes together as the texturing nears the end

This will be the last time you see the bedroom scene before we start testing the light and atmosphere of the shots.

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