I’ve met a few walls before, and they usually are pretty empty.
What is the best way to fill up an empty wall?
When I am building things like arenas, lobbies, etc. I have giant open walls, and without anything on them, they just look boring. Boring things are boring, so I ask, what is the best way to fill up an empty wall?
I understand I can throw a bunch of random pictures or something on it, but that’s not what I want to do.
It really depends on what you’re building. You can’t give specifics out when there’s so many things to build. If you’d tell me some specifics, like what type of lobby, etc., then I’d be happy to help, but you have to be very specific to get good answers. Even atmosphere plays part in wall design!
I’d go with fan-made game art (if you do have them already) or pictures of different sections of the game. If you don’t want pics then just empty frames. You can also put some plants or other standing objects that could cover the wall too.
You don’t have to have something on the wall that repeats itself in the sense of a pattern along the wall. Instead put something unique the whole way, to liven the room, not just the wall. That would be boring. Things you can have in the lobby, siding with the wall could include following:
Billboards (game passes(different board for each))
Map voting area
Actual billboards with paper (idk lmao)
I would recommend studying what other lobbies do. Instead of asking. Usually artists in the process of learning, they copy others. Not plagarism, they just take some element of an art piece to elavate or make it their own in a way.
It is… undescriptive but is comprehensive… There is a broad options ranging from pictures and paintings to festive means. You will have to look into it yourself
As for billboards, it is a just a billboard with papers filled with text of yours. You can be clever about it and put change log there or maybe if it is a wild west game. Put a wanted list there. I just gave some examples, it is up to you what you want to do with them. As my final advise was…