In Part 2 we modeled the leg, copied and position three more. But the legs extended through the floor and beyond the height of the seat. Today we are going to cut the leg to length, essentially a compound miter cut at each end. We will do this using a slicing plane. Then we will model the seat and configure one leg hole. In Part 4 we will add the other three holes. Part 3 is very much and exercise in the use of the Intersect Faces/With Selection tool. In addition we use the Follow Me tool to model the seat. Again I will demonstrate this modeling effort in a video. Grab the popcorn, sit back and enjoy the show.
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