Free furniture: Bambi armchair for Blender (FBX)
In fields like product design and furniture modeling, it is common to adopt other procedures like NURBS. That is an acronym for Non-uniform rational basis spline. It uses a combination of curves and surfaces to create 3D models.
Depending on your modeling “target,” the use of NURBS tools might make the entire process a lot easier. For instance, if you are trying to create a Bambi Armchair designed by Rolf Rastad and Adolf Relling, a NURBS modeler will help a lot.
Do you want to download a free model of that chair compatible with Blender? At the Behance profile of digital artist Laci Lacko, you can download a model of that chair in FBX format. Since Blender can easily import such models, it is a great addition to any asset library.
According to the author, he used that chair as an exercise in NURBS modeling. It makes a great example of how NURBS can help with such shapes because of the curves of that chair. Getting an accurate 3D model using subdivision can be challenging.
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