SWEET! That's very cool.
3-D, huh? Better include the epoch and all that other metadata stuff.
Adam, post: 357660, member: 8900 wrote: I recall spinning a time or two after an evening on the beer legger.:beer::good:
I'm sure I could get a wobble in there
PRAISE: That's really cool, great job. Obvious talent.
NON PRAISE: Lettering around circumference is too dark. (I'm elderly)
Have a great weekend! B-)
For accuracy sake the pivot point should be directly below the center of the instrument.
That would really mess with people's minds.
Decided to do a little cartoon work instead of working for a few hours. I made a Minion from a USB drive that was on my desk, a fabulous waste of time it was. So then with this new 3D model sitting there, I had to make some surveying Minion's and it went downhill from there. A Minion running a Wild T-3, does kind of remind me of who is out there to hire ....
That is a low setup ...
Minion's aren't big people ... I had to kick the legs out 39° to make them meet the ground. Of course I assumed the Minion as 4.5 feet tall. I did consider some GST-20 legs, but, decided on the correct legs for the instrument
I have it on good authority that Norm doesn't have any skill creating 3-D computer models. He used his 3-D printer and then videoed it spinning. 😉
It's still cool though!