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    Clearance Sale at the Furniture Warehouse

    In the foreground, a coffee table based upon Jared Rusten's Cupertino Coffee Table, a Greene and Greene, Thorsen House side table. Five of Kevin Rodel's Arts & Crafts Side Chairs, a small glass front cabinet designed by Steve Richards, A Stickley sideboard, A Moser-style dining table, Lonnie Bird's Pipe Box and Bart's China Cabinet designed by me.

    Render by Indigo V1.0.2 and the new Skindigo exporter.

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    You're simply having way too much fun, Dave. Nice-looking rendering.
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    Thanks Vaughn. The cool thing is that this stuff works without me being there. I can go off and do other things like take a nap while the computer just plugs away.
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    That is way cool Dave.
    The picture on my end looks a little grainy, is that intentional? I’m no pro but when I do renderings in Solid Works they are always crystal clear.
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    Bruce, this image was pulled out midway through the rendering process. It is done with BiMLT which takes some time. Some areas will remain grainy looking--the glass texture on the lower cabinet in the middle for example. That's just the nature of that texture. It is still cooking and is less grainy now. I'll let it cook over night just because it won't hurt.
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    NICE!!! you never cease to amaze me.

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    Thank you Les.

    Here is the same image after I let it go all night. I'm not thrilled with t he woodgrain texture on the backs of the chairs and the Moser-style table looks like plastic but it's coming. I like the way the coffee table looks though.

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    Can I see the bottom of that coffee table? I don't see how the end is supported. If it is completely floating, then I'd expect it to wobble and eventually sag?

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    Hi Dave,
    Your work is so very good. Bravo. About the placement of the objects, well done, it looks like aesthetically placed disarray. Beautiful.
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