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Please Dont Luagh! LOL

Postby Thom Davies » Tue, Aug 26 2008, 7:55PM

Well Here it is.

My 1st kitchen in CL. Its really not much but it's a start. Thanks to every 1 that has helped with with advise and to the guys who posted pics up for us to down load!

Also would like some pointers if you want to for like what light settings and other settings i should have and any other advise you guys have.

We have had ecab since Nov 04 (V3.2) and only used it to make cabinets then send it to the thermwood.


Thanks in advance for your comments. Even if they neg put them up!

Cheers

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Re: Please Dont Luagh! LOL

Postby Gary Puckett » Tue, Aug 26 2008, 8:23PM

Nice simple modern look.

Is this an actual job or just a drawing?

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Tue, Aug 26 2008, 8:46PM

Looks good Thom. I notice there's not to many drawers, is this a designer thing or trend?

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Re: Please Dont Luagh! LOL

Postby Thom Davies » Tue, Aug 26 2008, 9:37PM

Gary: This was a job we tendered for a while ago. And my boss told me to use this 1 as a base to work off. Also to show what ecab can do. And b4 5.2B2 I didnt dare go near CL it looked 2 hard! LOL
I'll be doing more kitchens in the furture.

Rick: Drawer thing comes and goes. Some want heaps some want not many. Most of the kitchens we do there are usely 2 or 3 lots of drawers.

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Re: Please Dont Luagh! LOL

Postby Rick Palechuk » Wed, Aug 27 2008, 12:52AM

Whatever they want eh. :beer:

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Postby Dan Voges » Thu, Sep 04 2008, 9:18AM

Looking good Thom!! Keep up the good work!!

As far as settings go, Kerry is the master in this field. :wink: This is what he has to say about some of the settings that has worked best for him:

"LESS IS MORE
Place one or two ceiling lights with an intensity from 35 to 45. The closer the light is to a wall or cabinet, the lower the intensity. Lights close to a cabinet are usually set from 15 to 25. Lights outside of a window with a higher intensity shine through the window for effect. Low intensity lights can also be placed inside cabinets.

SHINE
Set the shine to 1 or 2 for walls; 0 to 1 for carpets and upholstery; 1 to 3 for cabinets; 4 or 5 for glass objects, coutnertops and polished floors.

I think that when you enter presentation view the light intensity is just displayed as 100% intensity divided by the number of light in the room. It doesn't represent the light intensity that you have set for each light. Be sure to give all of your textures at least a shine of 1 to be able to see the benefit of light intensity settings. The more shine you give something the more it reflects light. I rarely give anything a shine of more that 5 unless it is a mirror. "

There is a LOT of more topics that he has posted for others (and for that we ALL are grateful!!) so you shouldn't have any problem searching for it.


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