Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby majid » Sun Dec 05, 2021 2:42 pm

Merry Christmas and happy new year mates,
During WWII thousands of Polish settled in Iran.
Despite all difficulties, Iranians openly received the Polish refugees (and many of them were jews), and the Iranian government facilitated their entry to the country and supplied them with provisions. Polish schools, cultural and educational organizations, shops, bakeries, businesses, and press were established to make the Poles feel more at home.
While most signs of Polish life in Iran have faded, a few have remained.
One of those signs and memories is «Polish chair» or «Sandali lahestani» as called in Farsi. It is now part of Iranian life and culture.
The following chair design is to revive the memory of this cultural incident that was beneficial for both sides and I respectfully dedicate it to Polish and jews.
The structure resembles a sort of «script» or handwriting, that represents the beauty of art and the chaotic nature of war at the same time.
for more information : https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/ ... rld-war-ii
Model and render using Blender 3D.
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Re: Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby ntxdave » Sun Dec 05, 2021 3:58 pm

Very nice sir. :thumb: :thumb:

I would like to understand what tools you use to draw stuff like this. In particular, how did you draw the frame for that first chair?
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Re: Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby majid » Sun Dec 05, 2021 4:39 pm

As mentioned I used Blender 3D. It is created using two boxes. I started from a box, merged all the vertexes to 1 point, started extruding this point, applied "Subdivide", "skin", and once again "subdivision" modifier stacked. To have sharp ends used "Ctrl+A" to change the weight on those vertexes while "proportional editing" was on. This is roughly what I did.
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Re: Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby majid » Sun Dec 05, 2021 8:32 pm

On twilightrender forum, Fletch shared a useful link on Blender 3D basics:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jHUY3qoBu8
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Re: Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby ntxdave » Sun Dec 05, 2021 9:05 pm

Think I must have gone to sleep :oops:

I was thinking about SU when I was looking at but I know you posted it on the Twilight forum also.

Sorry for the stupid question (I should vase remembered you used Blender). :oops:
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Re: Polish café chair (Sandali lahestani):

Postby majid » Sun Dec 05, 2021 10:39 pm

Sweet dreams.
Peace, Love...
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