Brad, you asked how I did the bullnose before . . haha, it's so painstaking I barely want to remind myself by describing it ! I had to make a 2D tool for each curve that gave me the sweep angle and an axis, then sweep each curved segment individually. Rotational sweep was the only 3D function I could use. It's a PITA method. I've been waiting for the path-sweep function a long time, but waited until I upgraded the whole CAD environment. Of course, this was simple for a black vinyl halfround bullnose, but there'll be something to learn for doing a wood edge.
Steve, you know Terry Gross does shows from Philadelphia, huh ? Nah, this isn't her studio, this one's for a Learning Lab WHYY is building. And I'm still bidding on doing the work, don't have the contract yet. But even though it's a small project, I used it as for training and practice with image wrapping, because it's small and preview renders are fast. When you take the woodgrain pics, how big a physical sample do you use ? Do you use online images from veneer and laminate sites ?
This one has a maple bullnose, done with the TCAD tools, that's decent . . but the door, ugh, I'm half embarrassed that I sent this to a prospective client. Ah well, we're not selling doors . . .
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