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Thread: A Little Tote, A Sea Chest, and a Tutorial

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    A Little Tote, A Sea Chest, and a Tutorial







    The box joints on the first and dovetails on the second were created the same way using Vector Push/Pull. See the video here.
    Irony: The opposite of Wrinkly

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    Nice job on the tutorial, will give that plugin a try. Could have used that for my splayed legs on my high chairs, might have to try re-drawing them again. Thanks!
    Darren

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    Thanks Darren. You're right. That plugin could have been useful for drawing your high chair. Draw it again. I bet it goes faster, too.
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