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30 Jan 2023 08:53:25 EST (-0500)
  Re: More toy room modeling...  
From: Alain Martel
Date: 21 Oct 2022 14:48:08
Message: <6352e968$1@news.povray.org>
Le 2022-10-21 à 10:03, Chris R a écrit :
> "Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
>> For some reason I was inspired to try and model some of the toys I used to play
>> with when I was younger, and decided to work with "Lincoln Logs" this time.  I
>> was able to find some resources that gave the actual dimensions for the logs and
>> worked from there to get the other elements.
>> Nothing terribly new in terms of techniques in this scene.  For the floor, I was
>> trying to make it look like the "Pergo" we have in our living room, so it has a
>> real-ish looking wood grain, but I added a thin layer of shiny stuff with some
>> scratches in it as well.  The rug is a reuse from an earlier toy room scene and
>> is made using the Rope_sys macros in a spiral.  The bucket uses my paper
>> generation tools and maps an image of an old set (from France!) onto the
>> cylinder with some perturbations to make it look like it has been wrinkled a bit
>> with age.
>> -- Chris R.
> Sorry, I tried to upload a 3kx2k version and it was too large...
> Here's a 1024x768 version
> -- Chris R.
I remember those. Had a lot of fun with it as a kid.
I actually combined it with Legos, Thinkertoys and Meccano to make some 
strange constructions.
Also used as target for my SmashUp car and some Tonka trucks...

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