Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby polycruncher on Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:16 pm

Rust corrodes the metal itself, changing not only the colour but the surface texture of the metal. It makes it more bumpy, pitting the smooth surface of the metal. The areas of rust on the texture need to be more clearly defined, the metal also needs more definition, those larger scratches and dents should stand out more than the vertical stripes layer.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Groxkiller585 on Mon Aug 09, 2010 3:47 pm

Jordash wrote:
Groxkiller585 wrote:Here's my attempt at masking a photo over the texture:

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Looking better, you're on your way!

Only thing is the rest of the metal maybe shouldn't be orangey, it would bring out that actual rusted bits a lot more. Are you using photoshop? if so which layer setting are you using?


I'm using paint.net, but I have GIMP.

I added the orange tint as a layer because without it the rust stood out way too much - more so than regular rust.

I admit it needs alot of work, I'll see about making the larger dents more pronounced. And removing the orange tint.

EDIT: New version:

-removed orange tint

-bumps should be more pronounced in certain areas than others

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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Jordash on Tue Aug 10, 2010 2:08 am

That's looking a lot better, well done
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby coder0xff on Tue Aug 10, 2010 4:30 am

I wonder if the CS5 content aware fill technology could be used to make seamless texture automatically. I'm willing to bet that it could.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby nub on Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:05 am

source-maps wrote:hey nub how did you make it seamless,
I saw this video tut a while back how you can easily make stuff like rocks seamless by making a copy of the layer
offsetting the first layer and add a mask to the second layer

that way you can easily paint the seams out of the texture

I've never used that way actually, but I'll probably be learning to soon. What I did was take the original picture and crop it in to a 2048x2048 square, while trying to maintain the most equal lighting/color balance possible. After that I offset it by 1024x1024 so the seams would cross right in the middle. After that I proceeded to use the spot healing brush to close up most of the seams. This looks like shit 99% of the time so you have to do a lot of extra work to make it "truly seamless." Anyway, I then bring in my lasso/patch tool combo. I select the lasso tool and set the feathering to 10-15 pixels then select random blob shapes of areas of the texture that contain seams and then drag that selection using the Patch tool over areas that are similar in color and light. I retry if the patch looks ugly.

Anyway, I can't feather with the Patch selection tool, so that's why I use the Lasso tool to select and the Patch tool to drag the selection and such. It's not a really efficient manner of going about making seamless textures, but that's what I figured out to do myself. I've made several textures this way. But stick with your process, it's much easier and efficient, while achieving a good look. I think my version just has more "control" of how the texture looks. Of course, if I'm not careful, I can completely botch the texture, so I have to safe often.


coder0xff wrote:I wonder if the CS5 content aware fill technology could be used to make seamless texture automatically. I'm willing to bet that it could.

I use Photoshop CS5 Portable to make seamless textures, so I can make use of Content Aware. It helps a lot but it's definitely not flawless. Then again I'm using the portable version that came out before the official CS5 release, so it might not be a "complete" feature.


The Hollow Night wrote:nub that is a fucking awesome texture, can i use it plox?

I'll release it along with the others when they're all ready for Source. The one I posted is a slightly lower-quality JPG for the sake of bandwidth. I was gonna post a PNG but it was like 8 freakin megabytes.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby whiffen on Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:02 am

coder0xff wrote:I wonder if the CS5 content aware fill technology could be used to make seamless texture automatically. I'm willing to bet that it could.


You defiantly could but offsetting usually produces better results.

Its great for filling in uneven gradients and removing trash or small touch ups but once you start to using it on larger areas like the seams its generally not as sharp as offsetting and you get lots of artifacts. Plants look more like green streaks instead of leaves and the edges can be distorted.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Hollow on Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:58 am

Nub, I made a normal for that texture, and gotta say it looks fantastic in game.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Groxkiller585 on Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:29 pm

The Hollow Night wrote:Nub, I made a normal for that texture, and gotta say it looks fantastic in game.
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That has to be a displacement, if not that's one great normal map! Looks great.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby source-maps on Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:05 pm

Groxkiller585 wrote:
The Hollow Night wrote:Nub, I made a normal for that texture, and gotta say it looks fantastic in game.



That has to be a displacement, if not that's one great normal map! Looks great.


probably both ;)
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby poisonic on Sun Aug 15, 2010 1:30 pm

Image worn off metal :P its a texture for a model
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this was with the old texture
i used a photograph for the colours of a rusty workbench...
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby source-maps on Sun Aug 15, 2010 2:20 pm

should let the blue line illuminate :)
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Smurftyours on Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:20 am

He needs a SI map and it will look a lot better.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby marks on Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:09 pm

Groxkiller585 wrote:
The Hollow Night wrote:Nub, I made a normal for that texture, and gotta say it looks fantastic in game.
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That has to be a displacement, if not that's one great normal map! Looks great.


Would you mind posting the normalmap and how you made it? That's looking quite badass.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby nub on Tue Oct 26, 2010 6:51 pm

Hollow wrote:Nub, I made a normal for that texture, and gotta say it looks fantastic in game.
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I made one too but I don't think mine looks nearly that good. Post it up and show us man.
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Re: Interlopers Wip Texture Thread!

Postby Groxkiller585 on Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:31 pm

Portal has appalingly few BTS metal floor textures: 1. So I decided to make another one, and probably more.

here's the texture. it is 1024 X 1024 because I will probably be usiing it in large-scale floors so it's this size to counteract repetetivness.

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Here's how it looks in-game, with normals:

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