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    I wonder if he ever figured out how to make that table?
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    here is another "very quick" approach - you can see the steps and modifiers used on right side of the screen


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    I think this is very close to the original picture, and a little bit different

    It is very easy approach . thank you so much
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    Hi , Actually dear members, represented creative approach, but none of them
    got the exact model.
    and I am She!!!
    I teach "how to make basic modern and simple objects" for interior designing.

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    Default modeling a tea table

    Close enough?
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    Good work. I never really had the opportunity to fully dive into 3ds. I always wish I could. Just never enough time.

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    wow!!! excellent.
    thank you so much , I finally got my answer

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    Well, It seems, that on the photos both "legs" of the table is the same shape, while yours one is pretty correct, one is not... why not duplicate the correct one?

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