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Damon Nabors
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Postby Damon Nabors » Sun, Oct 07 2007, 1:20AM

Nixon house, Current project.

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Postby Jim Bullis » Tue, Oct 09 2007, 7:46AM

Excellent work Damon, very impressive!!

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Postby DaleKern » Tue, Oct 09 2007, 8:29PM

Damon,

Your rendering looks outstanding - I need to get to your point of expertise. By the way, your rendering looks so good I think you left your eCabinets laptop on the kitchen counter :shock:

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Postby Peter Walsh » Wed, Oct 10 2007, 10:32AM

Damon,
This rendering shows a considerable investment of time and skill that should return on your investment with an order (if you don't have it already). Nice job.
A couple of small items to improve:
There are some baseboard sections missing in the rendering. This will have little affect on your customer presentation but since I use the board feet roll up for ordering, it would result in the lumber order being a little short of lumber when building, unless you always order extra lumber.
Second, Add some more lighting. Particularly on the top of the cabinets where the shadows make things look a tiny bit too shadowy. Lighting the set is always a time consumer, but the more you do it, the wiser you get with how to make it look better and better.
Keep up the great work.
regards,

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Postby Damon Nabors » Wed, Oct 10 2007, 5:23PM

Thanks for the kind words, I did leave the base boards short. I just did not take the time to extend them in the rendering. We usually buy our lumber 500 to 1000 bf at a time to get a better price. So I usually have plenty extra. On the lighting, I was going for a night seen with the under counter lights.

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Postby Damon Nabors » Thu, Oct 11 2007, 12:15AM

forgot to log the computer on!
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