The Sims 2: How It’s Made

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The Sims Twitter page shared some images showing how the Toy Workbench from The Sims 2 Open For Business was created from concept art to the final item in the game.

Step One: Conceptual art was designed showing the structure of the item, colour scheme and design details.
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Step Two: The Toy Workbench’s structure was created with a 3D tool.
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Step Three: The UV layout was designed. This is what puts the colours and details in the right place.
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Step Four: The texture for the Toy Workbench was created.
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Step Five: Using both the UV image from Step Three and the texture from Step Four, the texture image is applied to the 3D mesh.
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The finished product. This is how the item looks in the game.
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