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paulwacko

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Just found a fantastic site for outdoor furniture and accessories with all their products in Sketchup format:

http://www.landscapeforms.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx

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Thanks!
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Great find - thanks for sharing!
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It will be really of great use for my sister as she is a interior decorator.
So thanks for that stuff!!!


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Here's a really nice outdoor chair and table. I modeled it last night. You can read about it more here. Feel free to add it in the browser. Original ones are made of fibre cement but any texture will look great.

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jpeg Tree-House_06-2011-07-10-18154500000.jpg (51.15 KB, 429 views)

 
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skp Dune_Outdoor_2.skp (3.74 MB, 171 views)


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Wow that's cool!

Nice job!

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Whoa Davor - very cool, thanks!

Grass in the background is also looking good!

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Thanks guys!

This setup is a part of a project that, when finished, will be my best design so far. No specific client yet so no deadlines. Just taking time and having fun designing. Will post some images when I'm done.

Good weed is always hard to find. 
What else do you grow in yr backyard? 

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Actually I have a couple of fields (I live out in the country - on a hillside) so I ought to get my camera out more often
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Wow! Thanks Paul, thanks davor,!
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wow... nice share n image DavorP
thanks!! (i'm agree with bigstick, nice grass)

@paulwacko : thanks a lot for the link...

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Hello,
Thanks for all the information guys. I really liked the links you provided. I also found this very interesting website (check the links below). Check it out, I am sure you would be delighted.

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Yes, I agree the grass is well done. Rendering grass is not an easy task. You guys did a great job. I love the various tones; it is very realistic. Is there a way to implement this into a [promo link removed by admin] so that the ideas can be shared.
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DavorP. That was refreshing!
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The outdoor furniture must be made with hard wood. For save outdoor furniture cover with plastic sheet when not in use.
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