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    Could someone please show me how to draw an electric guitar using AutoCAD like below image?


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    Just locate Tanner Frampton's 3D version. It's around here somewhere.

    Here's the link...http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...ghlight=guitar
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    Check out Tannar's model, as it is really well done!
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    I don't understand the Tannar's model.

    It doesn't show the step-by-step process.

    Please show me how to draw a curve of the guitar body, just the body.

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    basty: Do you even own a guitar? If you actually read through Tanner's thread you would have seen images of the hand made sketches, with DIMENSIONS, that he created which would have been the basis for his 3D model.
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    I already sent a PM to Frampton.

    I don't get answer from him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    basty: Do you even own a guitar? If you actually read through Tanner's thread you would have seen images of the hand made sketches, with DIMENSIONS, that he created which would have been the basis for his 3D model.
    Yes, but the drawing of the guitar body is not available.

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    You can easily find one on the Internet.

    BTW...Please remove the last line of your reply in post #6. It is insulting and offensive.
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    +1 BTW...Please remove the last line of your reply in post #6. It is insulting and offensive.

    There is lots of good advice in the thread you started about this on May 23rd, 2016.

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...285#post662285

    Check out post #13 by lrm, as he specifically addresses creating this with a spline.
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    Found this moments ago with very little effort.

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