#1
I haven`t been around much lately. I just started college, and am living with my dad, so most posts will be from my college`s wireless high speed, not dad`s ancient dial up. But, I have been up to some guitar stuff.

I don`t even know if this is the right forum, but it is the GB&C, and this is like building before the fact. So, here`s a random sketch I did of a guitar. There are six more, most of them are better(or at least I think so). I wasn`t really looking at anything for any of the sketches. Here you go:


So GB&C, do want MOAR?(or GTFO?)

Jake
Luna Phoenix, Kustom II bass amp, generic 15" PA speaker
"Magic Man", unknown old bass, mid 70`s Jap import

It`s my guitar, and if you don`t like it, well I don`t care if you like it now do I?
Last edited by Valkyrie_Design at Sep 29, 2010,
#2
sure, why not. I cannot draw guitars for crap, like at all, they just turn out demented.


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#3
K, here goes nothing. I am going to do two groups of three in order to not score an hero with this speed-of-smell dial up.

Headless bass, with arm thingies for balance, really long fretless neck, comes out to the equivalent of like 30 frets. Yes, I was bored:


Supposed to be an SG/ES-335 cross(hollow SG thing). Never figured out the f-holes, this one is last on my list:


METAL W:


Whatcha` think?
Jake
Luna Phoenix, Kustom II bass amp, generic 15" PA speaker
"Magic Man", unknown old bass, mid 70`s Jap import

It`s my guitar, and if you don`t like it, well I don`t care if you like it now do I?
#4
These are the three that I really spent some time on. I also realized how crappy those look that close up.

Inspired by the Tokai Hummingbird, which was known for its reverse styling:


Explorer-esque:


Ummm.........


What do you think of my better ones?
Jake
Luna Phoenix, Kustom II bass amp, generic 15" PA speaker
"Magic Man", unknown old bass, mid 70`s Jap import

It`s my guitar, and if you don`t like it, well I don`t care if you like it now do I?
#6
The body and headstock of the Explorer-esque one look like elf shoes
#7
I like the last one, it's cool.


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#8
The explorer one would work for me, but with the body just a little bigger c:
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#9
Those are what dreams are made of. My designs were sketches in a sketchbook before I did them in inkscape. Best place to start is on paper imo. The explorer-ish one is awesome.
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#11
Thanks guys. If you notice, some are drawn to bass scale and some to guitar. The explorer was supposed to be a bass, so the body would be bigger on a regular guitar. I usually draw basses(as a bass player I find it easier), so I tend to work with a guitar player on guitar designs. I just got bored and had a go with a couple of these.

The last one is my favorite too, I think because I didn`t really even have an inspiration. I`ll probably never build it though.

Jake
Luna Phoenix, Kustom II bass amp, generic 15" PA speaker
"Magic Man", unknown old bass, mid 70`s Jap import

It`s my guitar, and if you don`t like it, well I don`t care if you like it now do I?
#12
I'd say the Tokai Hummingbird was known for being a knockoff of another model which was known for its reverse styling...

Well, I agree that the last headstock is best. The rear end of the Explorer-esque one has some awesome curves, but I'm not big on the Ali Baba's-shoe styled lower horn and headstock. As a connoisseur of finer aesthetics, I'd advise you to use the last headstock, the rear of the Explorer and jazz up the horn a bit.
#13
All of your guitar pics seem to have wider upper bodies than lower.
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