Brush Displays

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Fri Jun 20, 2014 5:56 am

I know a carpenter who has many expensive machines he only must insert this furniture in his system and add some plates and it comes almost ready out ;)
I don't want to bother my dad with it because I think it won't be much cheaper when he do it the drawer system I something what he never did in this way before ;)

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Fri Jun 20, 2014 10:51 am

Just for fun here the surfaces for example :laughing-rolling:

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby Gladys L. » Fri Jun 20, 2014 11:51 am

212kiki, may I ask for some boring details?

Which of the following program did you use to draw the pic?

AUTOCAD, VISIO, photoshop or anything else?

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:13 pm

It's autocad architecture it's just a very simple 2D drawing.

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Sat Jun 21, 2014 2:55 pm

I played a bit with the IKEA 3D kitchen planer and i found a very close solution ;)
There is also a version with 37depth so its not too depth.
There are more possibilities avail than in the 3D planer so think further than it ;)
I checked the price and its between 350-460€ here in germany depending on the surface and drawer system you want.
Wll check it out next week if the cheapest version could be nice :laughing-rolling:
I think there is no money left for it when sonia comes with a lot of news and new lemmings back from japan but i will see if i can do it soon or later. At moment i'm quite ok with the current Ikea Malm i have in my bathroom :laughing-rolling:

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Mon Jun 23, 2014 9:41 am

This is just an example what you can get with the ikea kitchen...
This is a version with two pieces 0,80 and 1,00m. You can get a 2,00m but the 3D planer dont has the version i want to show you ;)
This is 0,40 length but you can also get 0,60 and 0,80 and sure the same with 0,60 depth
IKEA Home Planer Ausdruck2_2.jpg

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby gatos » Tue Jun 24, 2014 4:08 pm

Sarah, I have been daydreaming of your pretty displays and how lovely they would look in the morning lighting... but you are absolutely right, with the never-ending list of fancy lemmings there will never be any cash left for it :laughing-rolling:

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby Lyanna Stark » Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:12 am

212kiki wrote:hahaha just for fun ;)
I've created this for SMUTy girls :D
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Awesome. This is hardcore brush love!

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby 212kiki » Sat Jun 28, 2014 9:42 am

@ Gatos we can't have all at the same time :laughing-rolling:
When i have enough ultra expensive brushes for the vitrine i think i must do it :D

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Re: Brush Displays

Postby Ann C. » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:27 pm

Sarah is an artist herself.. Sooo talented...
But koyudo keeps on coming up for more limited edition expensive brushes... No budget yet for the storage. :lol:


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