TEXTURE RESEARCH

The below are some textures that will be used in the model. Jeremy and Graham suggested us that the textures used for the previous fabrication are uncontinued textures and not quite match with the real building. At first, I was not quite sure how to make texture smoothly, so I went to search on the internet and luckily, I came across the word “seamless texture” which is an image that has edges that blend into each other when the image is repeated.


Tile Texture__________________Seamless Texture






REFERENCES (TEXTURES)

[STONE] Google Sketchup7, Stone_Flagstone_Ashlar

[WHITE FLOOR] Jingzun Ceramics Co., Ltd 2009, Textures-Ceramic-Tile-JW606010, Made-in-China.com, accessed 12 June 2009, http://www.made-in-china.com/image/2f0j00hMdQblvsEDkfM/Textures-Ceramic-Tile-JW606010-.jpg.

[FLORAL] Mao 2007, 6 Free Floral Background, accessed 10 June 2009, http://www.snap2objects.com/2007/07/04/free-vector-and-bitmap-floral-backgrounds/.

[WOOD] Mediafile 2008, Wood Backgrounds 2, accessed 10 June 2009, http://www.mediafire.com/?oguxdinyj4i.

[GANITE] Noche A 2005, Granite_azul_noce, Wikipedia, accessed 11 June 2009, http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/Granite_azul_noce.jpg.

[TILE] No Author, Blue Tile, http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_IvDcbmva_NM/SFAuQdUdLyI/AAAAAAAAAgk/ORcePcCikHY/s320/tile2texture.jpg.