Decorative Norwegian Glass Props

3D Models Props Household posted on Feb 10, 2022 461 downloads

Softwares: DAZ Studio 4 With IRAY

License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.

Product Notes


These freebies are two decorative glasses inspired by a glass my wife and I bought in Bergen in Norway during the early 1990's. We particularly love the coloured glass spirals within the stem of the glass and the flare in the bowl of the glass on the right.

The glasses are reminiscent of 18th Century English bumpers, but I have no idea where the maker's inspiration came from.

Please note that the glasses are almost impossible to see in Filament preview, and not too easy to see in texture preview mode.


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Freestuff Comments


Mamyesoleil Online Now! 6:05PM | Sat, 18 June 2022

Merci!

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richardandtracy 3:23PM | Tue, 01 March 2022

Glad you like them.

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starlitemoon 1:54PM | Tue, 01 March 2022

These are beautiful, thank you

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richardandtracy 3:50PM | Mon, 14 February 2022

They should.. I have recently written a de-triangulate method for my modeller. I model in SolidWorks, export .stl format, convert to obj, de-triangulate where possible, then apply material zones and finally import the obj into DS. In the case of the spiral stem glass, I modelled the spiral separately, then merged the model with the glass before importing into DS.

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NikKelly 3:10PM | Mon, 14 February 2022

So pretty !! They port well to OBJ+MTL as neat meshes with nice texture zones.

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Kilroy 2:21AM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Thank you very much

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richardandtracy 9:07AM | Sun, 13 February 2022

Coming from one of my content creator heroes, that means a great deal. Thanks, Bbarbs.

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BBarbs 8:04AM | Sun, 13 February 2022

These are really beautiful glasses. The render so well. Thanks so much !

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richardandtracy 5:11PM | Sat, 12 February 2022

Thanks. Do really like the original, and seeing these models will remind me of the glass every time I see them.

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Sea80 5:42PM | Fri, 11 February 2022

Another great item as always and thank you for this and for sharing the memory

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Trace Elements Art 3:14PM | Fri, 11 February 2022

Thank you!

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