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Colouring Outside the Lines

  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Thanks jojoclik :)
  • jojoclik
    3y ago
    jojoclik
    Wow! très beau Mélange de couleur! Very cool
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Thank you Starsector and you are very welcome dZynerSuPreme :)
  • starsector
    3y ago
    starsector
    So very cool!
  • dZynerSuPreme
    3y ago
    dZynerSuPreme
    Thanks so much, Eva. I appreciate you taking the time to respond. I see there is no easy way. I thought it was just me. Alrighty. Well your explanation is helpful. Perhaps in my next project I will try some of these methods. I'm in such a rush to decorate, that I don't always complete my structures first, then find out it is too late to make the additions or adjustments when I'm ready. Thanks again. You've been great.
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Thank you so much Taz and Russ!
  • russ
    3y ago
    russ
    Very cool Eva!
  • _Taz_
    3y ago
    _Taz_
    Such a happy room! Love it!!!
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Oh I see I was cut off before in my long comment. dZynerSuPreme, I was going to say I hope you understood all that. It´s not always easy to explain something in a language that is not your primary and also good luck with your project :)
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    I´m glad to hear Nikolai, thank you you!
  • sometimes i am here
    3y ago
    sometimes i am here
    love this!it have every time cathed my eye!!!
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Thank you dZynerSuPreme. I´m afraid there is no easy way to do this at least not that I know off. I don´t recall exactly what I did but it involved some puzzling and deleting and redrawing lines. I began with making the 4 rooms that would be the ceiling windows and made them small(to resize later)and deleted the flooring inside. Then I made a bigger room over the little ones and deleted the floor also in that one. Then the puzzle begins. I drew lines from the corners of the little rooms to the lines of the big one. That way you can close the surface without getting floor inside the windowrooms. Then you can delete lines and make another further away and little by little enlarge the surface area with the flooring. If the floor goes inside the window area delete or go a step back. You can this way end up with flooring in all the big room and no in the little rooms. You will end up with some lines in floor but you can move them around so they won´t be seen in camera view. Hope this makes sense to you..because my
  • dZynerSuPreme
    3y ago
    dZynerSuPreme
    Nice job as always, Eva. It looks like you used the new method of making a portion of floor and ceiling disappear. Is that correct? If so, I tried it a few days ago, to test it out, with no problem. Last night, I attempted to incorporate the method in my actual design and it didn't work at all. Do recall the order of the actual steps that you took to achieve this? The RoomStyler how-to video didn't cover this issue. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. 
  • evahassing
    3y ago
    evahassing
    Thank you Janelle :)
  • janelle1
    3y ago
    janelle1
    Wonderful !!!