3D Object Models

Below is a reference image that I used to create a 3D model of a Chinese tea cup:

Reference - chinese tea cup

The above image came from the website below:

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/tuxton-tre-044-duratux-3-1-2-oz-american-white-ivory-eggshell-chinese-asian-tea-cup-36-case/303TRE044%20%20%20IV.html

Below are couple of screenshots:

Chinese tea cup - 1

Chinese tea cup - 2

I have created the above model in the actual real world size.

Below is a link to the 3D model that I created and uploaded:

https://skfb.ly/FAwG

Below is a reference image that I used to create a 3D model of chest of 6 drawers:

Reference - drawers - chest of 6 drawers

The above image came from the website below:

http://www.modishliving.co.uk/collections/chest-of-drawer/products/moss-reclaimed-chest-of-6-drawers

I used the below tutorials to create the wood texture:

http://photoshopcafe.com/tutorials/wood/wood.htm

Below are couple of screenshots:

Chest of 6 drawers - 1

Chest of 6 drawers - 2

To create the chest of drawers, I created a small drawer at the beginning and then duplicated it twice. I then used one of the duplicated drawers and created a larger size by enlarging it.

After producing the drawers, I then created the metal handles but changed the colour to try and match the reference image.

I have created the above model in the actual real world size.

Below is a link to the 3D model that I created and uploaded:

https://skfb.ly/GRuW

Below is the reference image that I’ve used:

Vacuum Flask Bottle

I got the above image from the website below:

http://www.oempromo.com/product/Thermos/1/17-Oz–Vacuum-Flask-Bottle-254742.htm

Below is a screenshot of the 3D model:

Flask

To produce the 3D model of the flask, stopper, and the lid, I started off with producing the flask and ensuring that it is measured in the real world size. I then duplicated it and produced both the lid and the stopper.

Below is a link to the 3D model that I created and uploaded:

 

 

 

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