Self Initiated Project: Coffee Table

For the modern coffee table I wished to create for my small living environment, I started by searching for various images of stylish tables. Through the many I looked at, I decided to base my model from this image below.


I like the block look for the coffee table and the fact that this type has small areas to put various things like magazines, remotes, paper, pens etc. So not only can things go on top but they will be able to go underneath too. This will be good for making the room look populated in different places.

The process for the modelling was to use the inset tool a lot as there were many indents with the design I was creating. The texture I created for the coffee table looks very detailed and I am very pleased with it. Even though I am happy with the outcome, I feel I could of lost a fair few polygons here and there, as you can’t see them.

render screen

I particularly liked the wood texture I had modified for the model and started to use it elsewhere in the room so it didn’t look singled out and there were similar textures around.


~ by reeceharry on May 20, 2014.

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