Resizing and Reshaping

Ryan and I kind of switched tasks today. Originally I was supposed to give my bottle models a texture based on the tutorials below, however we realised I needed to download an added AI pack- which our university computer’s do not allow. We compromised, I took his models and said I would resize them, and in exchange he would texture my bottles.

The Door

The door it self was a bit of a lost cause- not in the look of the model but when it came to bevelling it. The model did not like being bevelled, so I had to recreated the door itself, based on Ryan’s designs and schematics for doors I found online.

I found that doors commercially are normally a 2’6′ door following a scale of 1981 x 762 x 35mm. (Jbkind.com, 2016). I used the parameter measurement tool to get a definite size. When I looked at Ryan’s original model he included a window on the frame, however we both agreed this wouldn’t be appropriate, due what is going on with the occupants of said room (wayhayhay).

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Ryan’s door model.

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This is the new door model, I looked at a few different reference images for the door frame, keeping the style of the door itself similar to Ryan’s and including his door knob.

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I thought this was a bit fancy for our barn, but liked the pattern, so tried to replicate it in a less defined way. (Dreamicus.com, 2016).

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A few of my references for the door frame and shape. (Dreamicus.com, 2016).

I also had a look into the other elements for sizing comparisons, to help get the scale correct.

The bar unit-

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Bar sizing reference. (Earlyoakreproductions.co.uk, 2016).

The piano-

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The piano height being around 120cm tall and 150cm wide. (Barberpiano.com, 2016).

The table-

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I found this diagram really useful when resizing Jakub’s chairs, especially the difference between the chair seat and the table top. (Earlyoakreproductions.co.uk, 2016).

The stools –

98b183d0d8eabd7fd446d127a30db650The commercial bar height references for Phoebe’s bar stools. (S-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com, 2016).

Next, I will have a look at Ryan’s original room build to tweak it for the window/ door ports. Then I will give a basic arrangement of the room for my team.

References

Jbkind.com. (2016). Standard Door Sizes – UK Door Size & Fire Door Size – Door Chart. [online] Available at: http://www.jbkind.com/info-centre/standard-door-sizes [Accessed 20 Oct. 2016].

Dreamicus.com. (2016). [online] Available at: http://dreamicus.com/data/door/door-06.jpg [Accessed 20 Oct. 2016].

Barberpiano.com. (2016). [online] Available at: http://www.barberpiano.com/s/cc_images/teaserbox_2450771784.png?t=1410548072 [Accessed 20 Oct. 2016].

Earlyoakreproductions.co.uk. (2016). [online] Available at: http://www.earlyoakreproductions.co.uk/eor-images/5388_85_1392058827_image.jpg [Accessed 20 Oct. 2016].

S-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com. (2016). [online] Available at: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/98/b1/83/98b183d0d8eabd7fd446d127a30db650.jpg [Accessed 20 Oct. 2016].

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