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My self created cabinet artwork
« on: April 25, 2020, 05:36:21 pm »
So I couldn't decide between the three games I love most for my cabinet theme, so I went with one of those brilliant ideas of mine  :dizzy: and just made the three themes together... and let me tell you wasn't ez getting them like that  :banghead: but I had fun doing it and learned.  I have no artwork skills nor did know how to use any of the programs for it..  so here is what I came up with for my full cabinet, please let me know what you thing (good or bad) and any suggestions since I have not sent them to print yet...

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Side Panel A

Side Panel B

Front Door

Control Panel - This one I didn't do from scratch, just edited some parts..

Here are the picks for how my cabinet should look finalized. . When ever our local art print shop is able to open for business and have the print so I can install them. and of course after that the proper T-Molding as well that I have here...

these are picks from Solidworks assembly I made and rotating them,,

Here is the front View moving to see the control panel better....

Here is the front side, rotation to the left side view...

Here is the front side (again), rotation to the right side view...

again, Any thoughts & comments welcome.. Good or bad,  :applaud:
Just help others because its the right thing to do...

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Re: My self created cabinet artwork
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2020, 06:34:20 pm »
There is way too much going on all over that thing.

It needs to be simplified way down.