my first assembly

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Brian Rowland
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my first assembly

Postby Brian Rowland » Tue, Mar 07 2006, 12:36AM

Well, I'm taking baby steps learning the program. I've now finished my first assembly, using an entertainment center I built awhile back as a model. Although I haven't tackled rendering the beadboard panels and beaded face frames yet. But I am ready for the next step: creating a room to put my cabinet in. This software is awesome! :D
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the real thing with black laquer
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Tried to make it black, but it lost all detail
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Postby DanEpps » Tue, Mar 07 2006, 6:38AM

Not bad for your first design in eCabinets, not bad at all. It is always nice to see the design and the finished product. Creating a design from an already completed project is an excellent way to learn eCabinets. This way you can approach it from the way you build and not try to build the way you design.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Tue, Mar 07 2006, 12:34PM

Brian,

Your TV is too small :lol: :lol: Just kidding. It looks like you are well on your way! Keep up the good work.


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