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BRITRIO View Drop Down

Joined: 28.Mar.2011
Location: Australia
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Direct Link To This Post Topic: Room decorating Tips?
    Posted: 05.Apr.2011 at 10:26

Hi, construction works are going on and I will finally get my own room within few weeks! I know it’s little earlier to ask decoratingidea but I’m really excited to know some tips on decorating my room. Could please share me your decorating tips with me? It would be highly appreciated. Thanks!

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John Connor View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05.Apr.2011 at 12:24
Your profile says you are using Inventor.
You have posted in the 3ds Max, Maya forum.
And you are asking about tips for decorating your room?
Is this a "real" room or one you have drawn and now wish to render using 3ds Max?
Your question seems a bit unusual.  More detail would be appreciated.
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