#279 Bench with footrest

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Bench (1)
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2016-01-06
2014-02-06
pencilart
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This is an updated version of the bench with footrest. I added my usual wood texture.

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  • OK Hoff

    OK Hoff - 2014-02-10

    Very nice. Maybe even worth sharing as separate elements?

    Is your "usual wood texture" maybe something worth making into a texture for SH3D. Nice tint, and it shouldn't be too hard to make it seamless...

     
  • pencilart

    pencilart - 2014-02-11

    I forgot, I was going to do that. I will shortly. :D

    My usual wood grain = the same texture used in the secretary's desk, the planter's desk, the TV center and the wood kitchen cabinets. It was from a photo of my floor.

    I'm used to Emmanuel taking care of the furniture model approvals. Nice to see that he has help! :D

     
  • pencilart

    pencilart - 2014-02-11

    I tried making the wood texture seamless for use with SH3D but I'm afraid it does not look too good. See my screenshot of my attempt. The original is very uneven so that won't tile too well either. :(

     
  • OK Hoff

    OK Hoff - 2014-02-13

    Help, me? Nope, I'm just an amateur meddling. But enthusiastically so :-)

    I have appreciated your model contributions - also as a great inspiration to create my own when I couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.

    As for your wood, I could have a look at it and see whether the GIMP could fix that seamlessness... Good wood is hard to come by.

    ok

     
  • OK Hoff

    OK Hoff - 2014-02-14

    Hmm, see your point. Here's the result of perspective adjustment and a couple of rounds with copying, tiling and flipping with the GIMP. Still under 10 KB.

    ok

     
  • pencilart

    pencilart - 2014-02-16

    Very good job, OK Hoff, I like what you did.

     
  • OK Hoff

    OK Hoff - 2014-02-16

    Thanks. Good job may just be a slight exaggeration, but at least it bears a vague resemblance to my own parquet floor :-)

     
  • Emmanuel Puybaret

    For user information, this model is an assembly of the model #282 and the model #283.

     

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