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{Tutorial} Creating Your First Product Part 3 Texturing your product

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{Tutorial} Creating Your First Product Part 3 Texturing your product.



OK so now you are ready to derive your first product.

I have chosen a simple table with a table cloth to use as my tut.

Once the previewer has opened you will see the table as it appears in the catalog.



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Here I will show you the importance of texturing.



I am starting with just a color added to it from my GIMP Program.



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And here is the texture added to the table.

To do this you will see a list on numbers on the in the left column. Each of the these represent a texture.



Next you will select the change texture tab.



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Apply your textures to the table. select each file that pertains to the table cloth,

Then click the apply changes black/gray large square. Apply Changes.



new5.jpg



And this is why you need to take your time and really work with each Item.

Getting a perfect texture makes all the difference in your product.



Here is a sample of a passable texture and it looks nice but it could be better.

valancedrapesmulti.png

start with an image, like this and work it til you like the pattern

now I have this/ I will use this on my tables top

tabletop.jpg

Next I create a new texture for the sides I will use this as a layer over some colors I have created with gimp.

valancedrapesmultivqalr.png

tablecloth.jpg

As you can see there a big difference for the first texture and this is passable But I still do not like how it is turning out so, I will change the textures again.

new6.jpg



I am trying a new combination because I want the tablecloth to look like it has more movement.



blackruffledsatin.jpgvalancedrapesmultivqalr.png

tableclothe2.jpg



Notice the difference in the what the pattern looks more lifelike although it still looks boxie because the color pattern does not match. This is because the texture is not seamless. You can see right where the texture starts and stops.



new8.jpg



Now I am going to add another edited texture and see what I get.

I am going to use the same textures as above I am just going to make them seamless.



CREATING A SEAMLESS TEXTURE (GIMP)

~{TUTORIAL} CREATING A SEAMLESS TEXTURE



table6.jpg



Wow I really like the pattern now but it looks a little dull so I will do this to help bring it some depth.



new7.jpg



ADDING DEPTH TO A TEXTURE (GIMP)



~{TUTORIAL}~ ADDING A SOFT SKIN GLOW / ADDING DEPTH TO A TEXTURE



Another huge difference and I am finally happy with the results.



tablecloth5.jpg



I am now ready to submit my product to IMVU.



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