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Bedroom Reflection...
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Agreed ..... Super talented Daz is  ThumbUp

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(16-11-2018, 08:17 PM)andy5405 Wrote: Daz, you are far too talented to be hanging around with the rest of us mere mortals.

You are my CAD hero, but so much more than that, you are one of the very nicest people I have ever met.

Thanks for your kind words Andy... ThumbUp

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(16-11-2018, 09:53 PM)Daniel Wrote: Agreed ..... Super talented Daz is  ThumbUp

Thanks Daniel, even if the customers don't appreciate my efforts yours, and everyone's comments, make it worthwhile..

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Cracking work Daz...!      ThumbUp
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  • Daz Gizmo (18-11-2018 01:09 PM)

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For your next challenge Daz, I would like you to recreate Tracy Emins “My Bed” artwork as a 3D render.... semen stains optional.  ThumbUp
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  • Daz Gizmo (18-11-2018 01:09 PM)

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(17-11-2018, 05:29 PM)snezza Wrote: Cracking work Daz...!      ThumbUp

Thanks Snezza ThumbUp


(17-11-2018, 07:27 PM)Stretch Wrote: For your next challenge Daz, I would like you to recreate Tracy Emins “My Bed” artwork as a 3D render.... semen stains optional.  ThumbUp

"My Bed" and "artwork" like this is it really art though?.... to me it's just taking something created by our daily lives and placing it in a gallery, giving it a title and signing it with the "artist's" name. How is it inspiring or creative??
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(17-11-2018, 12:37 PM)Daz Gizmo Wrote:
(16-11-2018, 09:53 PM)Daniel Wrote: Agreed ..... Super talented Daz is  ThumbUp

Thanks Daniel, even if the customers don't appreciate my efforts yours, and everyone's comments, make it worthwhile..

Daz,

I really burnt the midnight oil on my 1st AutoKitchen plan as I had to learn the software before I could start using it. I was really pleased with the results and when I presented my plans and graphics to the customer they weren't really bothered. It was a bit gutting as that first plan was the result of days and days of work.

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(18-11-2018, 05:17 PM)andy5405 Wrote:
(17-11-2018, 12:37 PM)Daz Gizmo Wrote: Thanks Daniel, even if the customers don't appreciate my efforts yours, and everyone's comments, make it worthwhile..

Daz,

I really burnt the midnight oil on my 1st AutoKitchen plan as I had to learn the software before I could start using it. I was really pleased with the results and when I presented my plans and graphics to the customer they weren't really bothered. It was a bit gutting as that first plan was the result of days and days of work.

Yes, more often than not our efforts to produce a good presentation go without any appreciation for our customers.... many think we just press a button and the computer does it for us... sometimes though we do get the work because the customers thank us and place the order with us as they understand we have made more of an effort than others...

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