The first step was to create the vectors. The font is custom of course and was hand drawn. The rest is a quick trace of the shapes needed.
The shelf supports were created in the same fashion adjusting the values some to make them a little taller. They were done as separate reliefs.
The lettering was then incised into the base relief using the bevel tool and subtracting from the relief.
The pegs were last as a separate relief and were created once again by using the bevel tool and limiting the height. I’ll add the woodgrain later by hand as it is quick and easy.
Then it was on to the cuffs of the utensils. I only needed to create one which I would then duplicate to create five copies. I would use the revolve contours tool to create a mesh.
This mesh was then placed on a zero height relief
I then selected the mesh and zero height flat relief and used the merge (HIGHEST) tool to combine the mesh with the relief.
I then used the slice tool to get rid of the flat part leaving the relief of half the cuff. I duplicated them to create the pieces I needed.
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