Texture Wooden Door

Discussion in 'Models & Textures' started by Gerbil, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. Gerbil

    aa Gerbil

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    I made this for the map I'm working on currently since I couldn't really find a fitting door texture apart from the steel door one. Hopefully this will come in handy for some people. :p


    EDIT: The second I posted this I noticed all the horrible flaws in the texture. they should be gone now. Updated the second picture with a better version.
     
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  2. Lancey

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    The knob looks a little flat in that screenshot.
     
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  3. Ginger

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    Maybe some rust on the Door knob? Looks too shiny for tf2 :D Either that or scouts mum polishes it daily
     
  4. Acumen

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    i assume that the backside of the door is made or a solid wooden piece that holds the separate planks together. trying to say here that wooden doors can't be made like that, i guess. it needs to be one piece of wood, cause you can't just nail it to the air.
    you know what i mean ?

    some references that show what i mean:

    http://mayang.com/textures/Architectural/images/Doors and Gates/broken_wooden_door_9250049.JPG

    http://mayang.com/textures/Architectural/images/Doors and Gates/tumbledown_wooden_door_9250048.JPG

    see it's one plank next to each other. no seam inbetween with nails on it.
    guess it's based on a floor.
    if you fix these seams you've got yourself a great texture !
     
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  5. Gerbil

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    Seams fixed and doorknob rusted/mildly desaturated.
     
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  6. Draco18s

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    Actually, its fine.

    It can look like that on one side...
    http://maltedmedia.com/people/bathory/barn-door.jpg
    Provided it is held together on the back...
    http://www.jamesblachly.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/3343292757_542cb69c29.jpg

    I'd got take a picture of the one I built like that, but the cameras are not here.