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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.1 
Hi,

A spare time project I am working on.
Exploring sweeps... :)

http://www.marctellier.com/1/Head.png

Marc
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 From:  moontooth
1050.2 In reply to 1050.1 
super cool! I love it.
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1050.3 In reply to 1050.1 
That is looking very nice!

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1050.4 
Stradivariously :)
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 From:  TwinSnakes
1050.5 In reply to 1050.4 
I'd like to know how you made that.

It's looks really nice.
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.6 In reply to 1050.5 
Thanks for the comments! :)

I am working on the rest of the instrument and will post further development.

Twinsnakes:
It is basically made out of several profiles swept along two rails. The head is also divided in 4 parts as it evolves to smaller portions of the spiral.

I learned a quite a lot with this project!
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 From:  TwinSnakes
1050.7 In reply to 1050.6 
Very impressive Marc.

If your not under any kind of NDA, would you mind sharing your project file with the community when you've finished?

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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.8 In reply to 1050.7 
Hi Twinsnakes,

I guess I could email you the model if you are interested to check it out.
I will have to finish it first thought! :)

Regards,

Marc
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.9 
Hi all,

Almost done, still the chinrest and the nut to model.

Regards,

Marc

EDITED: 8 Nov 2007 by TELLIER

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1050.10 In reply to 1050.9 
Seems very neat!
Added to the Special Thread Gallery :)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1050.11 In reply to 1050.9 
Wow that has come a long ways Marc! Looks really nice.

- Michael
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.12 
Hello!

I found some time to finish the instrument.

The top body loft isn't quite straight, but nothing a couple clamps and glue can't fix.

I've struggled the most with the head, although the chinrest was a challenge for me.
I really learned a lot through the process.


Regards,

Marc

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 From:  Schbeurd
1050.13 
Very nice Marc !

I hope you plan to do a render in another application now. I'd really like to see this one with materials applied on it !

Congrats for the model.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1050.14 In reply to 1050.12 
Cool object : added to the Special thread Gallery :)
Why this blue color for the curves lines?
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1050.15 In reply to 1050.12 
It's outstanding Marc! A great combination of clean lines and details both.

Very nice!

- Michael
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.16 In reply to 1050.15 
Thanks for the comments!

Schbeurd, I would indeed like to render this model eventually.

Pilou, At one point I have experimented with line and selection colors and It stayed this way, don't know why though...maybe the blue line makes better high-pitched notes :o)

Michael, thanks! I don't believe I could've modeled such a project this easily in an other application.


Regards,

Marc
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1050.17 In reply to 1050.16 
Maybe the blues ;)
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 From:  angeliclight
1050.18 In reply to 1050.16 
How'd you do the strings wrapped around the pegheads? They look really good how you made them uneven like a real violin.

(I am a guitarist so I noticed this right off the bat.)
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 From:  Marc (TELLIER)
1050.19 In reply to 1050.18 
Hi angeliclight, thanks for the comments! I used a helix that I joined to a polilyne.
Afterwards I swept a circle across the path.

I used different turn numbers and different widths on the helix to make it look more natural.

Younger I've studied a while in instrument making, it was quite interesting.

Regards,

Marc
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1050.20 In reply to 1050.19 
You say "younger" you studied instrument making.

I am in my 76th year. What do you mean in relation to younger/as now?
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