Free furniture: NIL Table for Blender (OBJ)
After starting t work with architectural visualization, you might want to gather assets that will help you create an optimized workflow for any project. As part of those assets, you should get and save a local library of furniture files. It is by far one of the most critical resources for us, which goes side by side with PBR materials.
Do you want to add a high-quality model to your furniture library?
The guys from Stardust Visual shared a furniture model to help you in your next interior visualization project. They posted at their Behance profile a model from the NIL Table that you can get in OBJ format. If you take a close look in the description, they don’t use Blender for modeling, but posted a version of the file in OBJ for better compatibility with almost any 3D software.
Does it work with Blender? Sure, here is a screenshot of the model in Blender.
If you are familiar with the NIL table design from Gil Coste, you might notice that it has some of the design fingerprints, but it is not the same table. In any case, it is an excellent addition to any furniture library focused on interiors.
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