Creating And Design Textures For Games

You can create and design textures games, video game designer for two different design methods. The first option for creating a network since the beginning of the self-image. This method is ideal for artists who are of the highest artistic level, because of the different patterns that may occur. The only limitation is your imagination and knowledge of the artist. Another possibility is to use the equipment for the photography. Many times the photo area is the best solution, because the theme is dark mimic the actual object.


Design Textures For Games

1. Open Corel Painter and select New from the File menu

2. Select show papers from the Window menu

3. Painter will bring up the paper palette. In the upper-right-hand corner of the palette is a drop-down menu. Click on the menu to access a list of predefined papers. Choose Artists Rough Paper from the list.

4. Go to the brush selection menu and select Air brush.

5. Now use the air brush to spray in a gradation from light aqua in the upper left corner to light violet in the lower right. Use the circular color palette to change the colors. Using a large brush size is also helpful for getting a smooth transition between colors.

6. The next step is to apply the surface Control>>Apply Surface Texture.

7. The first thing you should change in the Apply Surface Texture dialog box is the lighting. You can change the color of the light by clicking on the color square just above Lighting Color. The mixture of a warm light source with a cool color will gray the image futher, but it also adds a warm color, which will become very important later.

8. Make adjustments to the slider bars to get just the right look . Feel free to do the same or make adjustments as your like. A little experimentation with these alider bars will result in a number of dramatic changes to the surface texture.

9. Now you should  have a nice-look stucco texture. You could finish here, but I want to add some more interest to my stucco. Right now it is to much like freshly painted stucco, and I am look ing for a weathered look with maybe a hint of moss growing on the wall.

10. Now the lighting change in step 8 will come in handy because you have both a warm and a cool color in the texture. You can modify these colors to get the weathered look by accessing the Adjust Color dialog box, which is found under Tonal Control in the effect menu .

11. I did’t want to make a uniform change to the colors, so I chose Paper  from the Using menu in the adjust color dialog box.

12. Shif the Hue Shift, Saaturation, and value slider bars  to get the weathered stucco look. Notice how some colors are sifted to more of a reddish tint, while ohters are shifted to more of a greenish tint.

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