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Turntable animation

There’s a table that I didn’t show anywhere in the internet. And a sign I’ve made once as a 3D printable stencil / template for coffee art:

Table No. 99 and 100

Yeah, I’m done with my “100 tables challenge”. 😉 I’ve modeled over 36 tables in the past 5 weeks, that means at least one table per day. And all the tables came out in different shapes. Here is table no. 99, a garden table with some clutter I’ve made after a reference image. Yes, some
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Table No. 98

The latest table I’ve made yesterday is modeled after a reference image, just wanted to know if I’m able to model a furniture piece as close as possible to a real model. And here’s the result:

Tables of the week and a timelapse video

This week’s table work: Table No. 91, the “tree table” Table No. 92 Table No. 93 Table No. 94, a coffee table for the small livingroom resp. apartment, a stool with storage a table top Table No. 95, the “fish table” Table No. 96, the “ocean table” with rocks and water Table No. 97, a
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More timelapse videos of the modeling and mapping items in Blender

It’s been a while since I published something here but in the meantime I was busy modeling more and more furniture items. I’ve made screencastings of some of the models you can see at my Youtube Channel. Or here. 😉

Pillow with sculpted texture

Just an experiment I made, texture sculpting on a pillow. The mesh needs much density to “paint” a nice texture on it’s surface, exporting this mesh afterwards as an object results in a large file. This pillow really has 213 MB after exporting it. But it looks nice in a rendered image. 😉 Pillow is
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One more timelapse video

In the meantime … I’ve added one more furniture modeling timelapse video to my youtube channel: It’s another couch I modeled and I hope to get it into Poser resp. DAZ Studio as my next freebie this week.

Dying Swan Couch

Last week I recorded a timelapse of a modeling process using a reference image: This week I modeled a complete new seat and back piece and slightly altered the shape of the frame so that I can prepare the couch as my next freebie. For all images with no watercolor sign: This work is licensed
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Chair No. 61

Okay, here’s another chair modeled in the past two days: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Chair No. 60

Yeah, I’ve really modeled 60 chairs in the past years! (Me is proud. :D) This chair is modeled in Blender and rendered in Cycles as usual; I’ve started with a circle for the legs/sides and a nurbs surface for the seating, modifiers used: solidify, subdivision and array; and this is the end result: This work
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