Abstraction Texture Development

I experimented with different textures to distinguish the parts of the gazebo. I determined that asphalt shingles would be a realistic material choice for the roof. I contrasted the rough pattern of the roof with wooden rails and support beams. I added the fence aesthetic around the perimeter as geometric combat to the circular shape of the base structure. The flooring was considered initially, but I decided I had enough textures and it was a small portion of the area. I created a shaded floor in the final creation in order to increase the sense of depth.
The gum ball machine was created with the intention of focusing on two textures- glass and plastic. I later decided to create metal support poles as an attempt to improve on shading metal from my interpreted journey. The glass was designed based on looking at fish bowls. To create the sense that it is hollow I added gumboils to my final design. Lastly, I made my plastic glossy in oder to have reflective highlights, adding to the form.
The tub was initially created out of the leaf components, so in reference to its roots I created some test patterns based on the leaf texture. I determined the texture to be too intense for the entirety of the form; as a result, the finalized drawing poses the celled texture on the tops ledges. In this sample sketch of the tub I lacked the sense of form and depth desired, so overall it was changed later on.