Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

Postby alvis » Sun Dec 05, 2021 4:08 pm

It might not have been very difficult, but if Sketchup hadn't had the undo function, I think it wouldn't have been possible to do it right away. :enlight: There are several options. I choose one when there were no sewing machines in those days, and the furniture makers upholstered everything by stretching the leather with nails alone.
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Re: Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

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

Great work. :thumb:
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Postby HornOxx » Sun Dec 05, 2021 9:06 pm

ja, Good!!! a good tipp btw to use simple shaped proxys for the path-copied nails first and to refine them into detailed nails later on. Nice and informative presented as well :thumb:
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Re: Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

Postby Bryan K » Mon Dec 06, 2021 2:14 am

Top notch! :thumb:

Quick question, how are you going from blocky to smooth and rounded? Are you using Sub D or similar?
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Re: Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

Postby alvis » Mon Dec 06, 2021 6:13 am

Bryan K wrote:Top notch! :thumb:

Quick question, how are you going from blocky to smooth and rounded? Are you using Sub D or similar?


I use both, and SubD and Artisan. In this case, only SubD
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Re: Chesterfield Queen Anne armchair

Postby majid » Mon Dec 13, 2021 7:21 am

Top-notch!
I only imagine doing such jobs using Blender...or Wings 3D. I rarely tried Sketchup for such modelings.. Great job.
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