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Tim

Thanks for the tip on the Adobe models.  I took a look at those and found them to be pretty primitive.  Even the premium ones seem a little crude, especially for $20 each.  I like to use 3D Sky for most of my imported models.  They are all $6 each and some are really fantastic.    When I absolutely can't find what I need there I will go to TurboSquid which is pricey but excellent.  Now it is worth reminding everyone that Anton has been trying to put together a 3D model site for us here using Form.z.  I have put a few in there but it would really take the whole community chipping in to fill that site with a wide variety of usable models.  It is just a bit of a time commitment to package things up and upload them.  Maybe I can add a lot more during the next major recession. 

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On 8/21/2019 at 9:06 AM, Jaakko said:

Here is one design for recycling box for the old eyeglasses. Unfortunately it didn't end up to production.

recycle.jpg

This is great.... how did you do the texturing on the rope handle ?

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Posted (edited)

Thanks!

1. Do a nurbs curve. 2 Make a cylinder = thickness of rope. 3. Give it a cylinder texture. 4. Change texture to a UV coordinates (Edit Texture Tool). 5. Then use Bend Along Path tool to a cylinder, the rope texture should now follow nicely the curves. 

Hope this helps :)

rope.jpg

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Edited by Jaakko

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Posted (edited)

Here is a simple composite I just did. The AC unit is a photo, the mounting hardware is what we sell here at our company. I do a lot of stuff like this.

 

Disclaimer... the AC part is a Getty Image that my company purchased the rights to, so please don't use this image for any reason.

LDR_Single_Unit_1500.jpg

Edited by johnalexander1571

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