Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace

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Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Dec 10 2005, 6:03PM

I made a mantel and I would like to put a fireplace in it.
And hang some stocking from it.To show my customer.
Could you help me.

George D.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 10:47AM

George,
You could make a firebox with a cutout in a display cube. the only problem is that the brick image gets messed up when you cut the pocket. I exported this one to the display parts editor and played with the image but as you can see the display parts editor has the problem of skewing the image. This just looks like some fancy brickwork. Maybe add an image of fire on another display cube and place it in the firebox.
Kerry

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Thank You Kerry

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 11:44AM

My older son just came in the office.I had your picture up on the computer. He will not used the computer? He has been doing all our brick and block work for about 15 years now.He thinks someone did that brick work in the picture. He said don't give up your day job for brick work.
I like the fire in the fire box.I would like to play with it now but I have to go back out to the shop.

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Postby Lee Morris » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 11:48AM

Hey Kerry
How did you do the flames in the firebox. I have been using a cropped photo of a gas fireplace from a manufacturers website, but my flames are blurred out.
Lee
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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 12:50PM

Kerry,Kerry, Kerry. That's HOT!

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Dec 12 2005, 8:59AM

George,
This is what I came up with when I put it with a mantel. Looks like I need to move the mantel over an inch of so to the right. Oh well you get the gist.
Kerry
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Dec 12 2005, 9:01AM

Lee,
I got some pictures off the internet. I will gather them up and post them here this evening.
Kerry

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Postby George Davidson » Mon, Dec 12 2005, 9:14AM

Thank You Kerry
We have 28 man
NOW HOW! CAN 3 MAN BE SICK ON ONE DAY
Could it be the Monday BLUES
An I was going to buy everyone lunch today!

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Dec 12 2005, 8:29PM

Here are the fireplace flame jpegs that I use.
Kerry
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Postby George Davidson » Tue, Dec 13 2005, 6:09AM

Thank You Kerry


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