Jewelry Armoire

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George Davidson
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Jewelry Armoire

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Dec 10 2005, 10:27PM

One opened up and one closed.
I give up on the lighting
Sizes 21 W x 38 H x 14 D

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 12:47PM

Very nice George! That thing holds a TON of jewelry. I guess they have lots of money to pay for the armoire!(or is it a gift that you are making for someone?) Does it come furnished? Again, Nice work!


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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 2:07PM

What do you mean \"I give up on the lighting\"? I think your lighting effects look pretty good, as does the armoire.

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A little better lighting

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 2:57PM

Spot light

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 3:26PM

I still think the lighting looks fine.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 6:44PM

George,
Great presentation.
Kerry

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 6:55PM

Kerry Fullington wrote:George,
Great presentation.
Kerry


There you go George, straight from the "Master of Presentation" himself :!:

If you haven't noticed, the presentations on the eCabinet Systems homepage (http://www.ecabinetsystems.com) are Kerry's.

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Thank You Guys

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 7:27PM

Help on my stone wall
It is 41 7/8\"W x 36 1/2\"H x 1\"T
I Put the Stone image on it now how do I get it
to the right sizes?
I was going to try to make a fire box for my mantel.

HELP [/flash]

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Dec 11 2005, 9:00PM

George,
If it is a display cube when you select the image you can then choose to either stretch the image or set the tile sizes to get the image size you want. You can also export the display cube to the display part editor where you can change the image size and orientation and save the cube as a display object.
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