Ideas de decoración

En estas pestañas, que puedes ver bajo la cabecera, encontrarás algunas ideas de decoración de salas.
Están clasificadas por temas, aunque algunas podrían estar en más de un sitio ya que en ellas puede haber, por ejemplo, un dormitorio con baño.
Verás salas sencillas y otras más complejas.
En 3D verás salas hechas en perspectiva.

Añadida una página dedicada a salas con el nuevo divisor. Es la llamada 2 en 1

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¡ATENCIÓN! ¡ATENCIÓN! ¡ATENCIÓN!
Las salas NO se pueden eliminar. No me lo pregunteis más.
Cuando se compra una sala o jardín, ya sea pagándola con monedas o con cash, es para siempre.

miércoles, 21 de agosto de 2013

Windows and balconies in perspective

The new way of decorating with perspective carries a problem: there are only few items in the game that are in perspective, and they may not fit in the room with perspective we have just created. 
There is no window that fits, therefor we can only create our own windows…





…balconies…



…or even paintings, if you are creative enough.

I will explain how to do it. Let’s start with the whole-wall window.

In a room that already has a wall in perspective put this glass, the one you can buy at the window store, and fit it in the wall trying not to show the edges that are meant to be far.


Use the longest curtain rods to mark the lines of the floor and the ceiling, so that you can find the vanishing point: the place where both bars meet.


If just one bar is not enough, use smaller ones until they meet.


In order to find the mid point, use a courtain rod, vertically put, and shrunk to the window height…


…and put another bar, horizontally this time.


Use two curtain rods, vertically put in each half of the window height, in order to find each half’s mid point.


Put a bar, horizontally, in each one…


…and tilt them until they meet the others.


Then, put metal or wooden bars instead…


…flipping them…


…and moving them up to where the curtain rods are.


Once every window bar has been replaced by a wooden or metal bar, and once the window is framed, find its mid point.


Then put a vertical bar, shrunk to fit within the window.


And just as you did before, use curtain rods to find the mid points in each half.




You can use this technique to create a painting on a wall, using the curtain rods to find the vanishing point. 

Put vertical bars and find how much they must be shrunk the furthest one, and how much must the upper and bottom ones be tilt…


…remove the curtain rods and fit them until you get a perfect frame. Then fill it up with your imagination.


This will be the final image of the window.


For this example I used a wallpaper and a window, through which you can see the houses background (Default Scenery), or any other you choose.

If you change the wallpaper and use one with an outdoor image, and then remove the glass, you can see the landscape you choose.


You will have to put a board or an extension to cover the parts that will become walls.


You can decorate the “outside” of the window, but be careful: it could end up inside the room instead of outside. If this happens, you must change the layer in which the bars are, so that they end up in front of the decoration…


If you remove (or don’t put) the horizontal bars, you can create a door. This is a closed one…


Or, if you place them correctly, turn it into an open door.







If you want a balcony, add extensions to the “outside” part of that door. Be careful with the layers because every item you add will make you choose another layer different to the one you chose for the previous objects.


Be careful with the slope of the outside extensions, because the angle must be smaller then the house’s floor, so that you can keep the perspective.


Using a wooden pillar you can create the base of the hand-rail.


Use an item that can be resized to create the balustrade. (I used wooden vases for this example).


And then some shelves will be the hand-rail.


In order to create this kind of balustrade, each row of items (floor extensions, hand-rail base, vases and shelves) must be in different layers (2, 3, 4 and 5), so that everything looks correct. This means that you must choose higher layers for the wall extensions and for the metal bars framing windows and doors, so that the balustrade is actually behind the rest of the items.

You can leave the glass so that an scenery can be seen…


…which will allow you to put a wallpaper to create the indoors walls, but be careful or you will see this when you remove the boards…


…because it is not always easy that items shrink to the size you wish.

If so, you can use curtains to cover it.


If you don’t want the window to be wall-window, but a simple one, the technique is similar: you must cover it up and bottom with extensions, or use a glass with the painting frame you created before.



All this said, the limit is your imagination.

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2 comentarios:

  1. hola, me preguntaba si esas cosas no necesitan gc ¿verdad? y si necesitan cuantos maximo

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    1. En este tipo de cosas, el gc que puedas necesitar dependeré de ti.
      Para hacer estos no he usado nada de gc.
      Y si miras las entradas dedicadas a explicar como hacer cosas de estas, creo que en ninguna he usado cosas de gc.
      A partir de ahí, si quieres usar unas cortinas de gc, o cualquier otra cosa, es a elección tuya.

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