I’ve been making furniture like crazy, reproducing antique pieces from pictures online. I’m trying for maximum realism because why not?
It takes me several hours to do the first draft, then 2-8 hours to print, then I nearly always spend a couple hours refining it–adjust the size, add more trim, make the legs fatter (the legs keep coming out too skinny).
This one’s my favorite, with delicate pierced “carving”.
The doors open!
A fancy headboard, with an upholstery backing with holes in place for upholstery buttons.
Yesterday’s design, a petite cabinet.
Fancy vanity. All 5 drawers open, but the side mirrors are fixed in place; I’ll figure a way to hinge them for the next version.
Gothic chairs; somehow version 2 got shorter when I made the legs fatter. It’s a mystery.
This one’s a copy of a Michael’s hutch I bashed years ago. Version 1 is painted green, Version 2 has panelling and molding and knobs, but has print weirdness because I forgot to flip it onto its back.
Gothic bookcase with sticky-outy arch (that’s an architectural term).
I may have to start selling these because I’m running out of room!