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Old 05-19-2009, 06:27 PM   #31
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Oh, I like the supporting columns, they're just 4 1/2" deep as I've got them drawn. When I first spoke of the base (and thinking it would intrude into the room too much) I was thinking of a base with enough depth for some storage (drawers, maybe), it would just jut out too far.

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Old 05-19-2009, 06:29 PM   #32
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Also depends on how much Ryan and his "boss" (especially the "boss") want to adorn that wall...and what kind of diy skills they possess...that will dictate how simple or detailed they want to get.

Watch, the boss has already decided she likes the nice clean look of the TV all by itself on the wall...
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i think i'd also want to build in a small drop-down storage area for remotes, etc.

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nice... they can store some toothpaste in it as well
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Ryan, you may want to consider a mantel or mantel shelf as well.
I really like the look of this one. Sweet. Where is Ryan? He and his wife gotta see this one.
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I like the rendition of the frame and have to agree for something under it to anchor it.

Google has a program that works like a cad program that is amazing. I use it for mural designs and it really is quite remarkable without haveing the expense of a CAD program. you can also import Photoshop picturse to it. Just go to Google and look it up they have a free trial version
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:21 AM   #37
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it's sketchup... http://sketchup.google.com/ (it might be what DM used)
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nope, i used photofiltre. ( www.photofiltre.com ) freeware version.
i also use it to resize pics to post here.
if you want a copy and cannot find it on the site, (it can be hard),
gma2rjc has a copy of the install file saved on her drive and can send it to your email.
i can too, but i'm dialup and slow as snailsnot....

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Thanks for the lead DM
I found it is it the V6 download?.....
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go here
http://photofiltre.free.fr/frames_en.htm
then hit the word 'downloads' on the left side, that will take you to english download page.

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Got it
Thanks a bunch Ill have to go through it later I have a BBQ to get too, Is it easier to use than the Sketchup? Meaning can you import your own pics to it? Its a little tricky with google version
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i think you misunderstand, this is not a 3d architech program, it's a photo editing/resizing and art program. for what he's doing, i'd use PunchPro! or chief architech. photofiltre is more like paintshop pro, but free.

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sorry,
I obviously did misunderstand but since I have it now Ill look at it, never know I might like it for what I use it for. I use a few different things for editing , while I think about I have a question for video editing is there a thread here on the forum for this? Guess I should just go look lol
Thanks for your help, hope I can help you sometime.....
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dunno, but i do tons of video editing (vob, mpg, divx avi, etc.) using all sorts of tools, you can PM me if you want. (once you hit 20 posts i think)

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Wow, some great designs there. We like the frame but we're not to fond of the pillars, our house is pretty modern so they might look out of place. Thanks for the input.

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