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remizana

Hi guys

I am trying to model a tea table like this:

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but I do not know how to make the geometry which is below the glass.

I appreciate if somebody guides.

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ReMark

I would try lofting two different profiles representing the front and back edges of one of the supports.

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remizana

thanks for the reply

 

I tried so many times , it seems ridiculous, but it is the best I did:

attachment.php?attachmentid=58983&cid=1&stc=1

I think my problem is with creating the original path (spline)....

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ReMark

Yes, the profile at the narrower end doesn't appear to be correct.

 

Do you have any other views of the table? Maybe a top view?

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ReMark

This is what I came up with.

 

BaseOfTable1.jpg

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remizana

WOW!! it is much more better than what I did...

could you please explain the steps...

 

This is what i have:

attachment.php?attachmentid=58986&cid=1&stc=1

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ReMark

OK, I see from the two new pictures you have added that I would have to modify my profiles as it appears the bases have an additional curve to them which I totally missed.

 

As far as my first attempt goes it was basically what I mentioned to you in my first response to your request for help. I created two profiles and did a loft between them. Nothing very special or unusual about that.

 

Where are you located by the way?

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remizana

thank you so much, for the help, please let me know if you come up with a better result.

 

So faraway ...Tehran, Iran:)

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ReMark

remizana: Have you made any further progress? Unfortunately I am unable to devote any time to the problem.

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ReMark

I believe the OP had the above image only as a reference to work from.

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Cad64

I wonder if he ever figured out how to make that table? :unsure:

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ADSK2007

here is another "very quick" approach - you can see the steps and modifiers used on right side of the screen

 

 

Regards

 

 

Adsk

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remizana

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

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It is very easy approach . thank you so much

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remizana

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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ADSK2007

Close enough? :)

Capture1.jpg

Table - Glass modifiers.JPG

Table 1.jpg

Table 2.jpg

Table 3.jpg

Table Base modifiers.JPG

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tzframpton

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

 

-TZ

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remizana

wow!!! excellent.:o

thank you so much , I finally got my answer8)

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Gillifr

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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