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Ludovic XIV by Samidare-Jin Ludovic XIV by Samidare-Jin
School project , we were given a hexagonal room and asked to furnish it in accordance to a historic style we studied. I chose Ludovic XIV style. The furniture presented is actual historic furniture, made by various epoque manufacturers such as Boulle. The pictures of the furniture, were taken as example only from restoration books from the school library and my own bookcase. The floor plans and side views were hand drawn, colored, and scanned to be combined digitally.

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Samidare-Jin Jan 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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:iconbyakuyarox1:
Sounds like a fun project!
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Samidare-Jin Nov 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
It was..and very long
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Very good, clear, concise, well-laid out plan, I like the color palette and materials boxes. Only one tiny comment: Because it appears to be a finished product, as somebody reading it to build it, bid on it (how much money to build the floor? for example,) you could put some very basic dimensions on it, in particular, dimension lines for length, width, and angle wall of room, and one dimension line along side a wall elevation to show ceiling height. Otherwise Grade A Plus!
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Samidare-Jin Nov 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
The dimension lines exist in the papers i submitted to the school, but i left them out in this page because i didn't feel like anyone would even look at them. The School submitted papers also contain construction details on the bookcase and the chair and desk.
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Okay, forgive me, believe it or not, I actually do the same because it makes drawings messy and difficult to read...
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Samidare-Jin Nov 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Yup, especially at the resolutions here.
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Yes large complex drawings, well, the small dimensions are difficult to see.
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