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    Quote Originally Posted by joamo View Post
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Size:  4.6 KBHere is my attempt. Thanks for the fun!
    Nice, I thought this one was from a co-worker at first. He told me he was going to us UG and wanted me to do the 3d rendering for him. I may do one and post it just for fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by brother cavefish View Post
    Attachment 239520another one my favorite
    This is the one you wanted Brother?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deruitem View Post
    This is the one you wanted Brother?
    i had so many, i could not choose, so i picked this one , , its easy and elegant, and has a footing like a chess piece, the combing would nice turned
    this is just a silhouette

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heespharm View Post


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    I like, with a few more rings and a flat nose you could have a Civil War Minie ball brush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deruitem View Post
    Nice, I thought this one was from a co-worker at first. He told me he was going to us UG and wanted me to do the 3d rendering for him. I may do one and post it just for fun
    Thanks, what software do you use for your 3d rendering?

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    I use keyshot at work and it awsome and easy to use. We also use spaceclaim for concepting things quick

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36lxQw5mM_E
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    Quote Originally Posted by deruitem View Post
    I use keyshot at work and it awsome and easy to use. We also use spaceclaim for concepting things quick

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36lxQw5mM_E
    That's quite impressive!
    My workplace uses Inventor for design and drafting. I'm an Autocad Lite user for my job though.

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    Lack of artistic ability, no photoshop, and a crackpot idea have combined to create this monstrosity that might not even be feasible.

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    The lip at the top would be larger, and almost create a mushroom type shape that you would wedge your fingers underneath (almost like a sword crossguard or whatever that part is called). The bulb would sit nicely in your palm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seizure View Post
    Lack of artistic ability, no photoshop, and a crackpot idea have combined to create this monstrosity that might not even be feasible.

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    The lip at the top would be larger, and almost create a mushroom type shape that you would wedge your fingers underneath (almost like a sword crossguard or whatever that part is called). The bulb would sit nicely in your palm.
    Not a bad idea, I think it would take tools I dont have but if you do win I could try to make it as close as I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joamo View Post
    That's quite impressive!
    My workplace uses Inventor for design and drafting. I'm an Autocad Lite user for my job though.
    Those at work that dont use spaceclaim dont get it. Those that we made us it who didnt get it do now. It is AWSOME fast and works great and it works great with keyshot. We have concpeted and entire vehicle in spaceclaim before.
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    My idea is to have the handle cylindrical in shape with a reverse "golfball" effect to allow the water and soap to run between the fingers and the brush handle for a better grip. This prototype feels very comfortable in my hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heespharm View Post


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    Well ... it'll end the questions about whether you should hang your brush to dry or stand it up on its end ...
    Be there or be square. Only I can do both!

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    One of my several hobbies is playing West African hand drums, particularly the goblet-shaped Djembe. It would be very cool to have a brush with the same general shape.



    (Image borrowed from Drumskulldrums.com, an awesome dealer of high-end African percussion instruments)
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    Here is an example I did in keyshot, it is a low res rendering using mahogany texture
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    Quote Originally Posted by deruitem View Post
    Here is an example I did in keyshot, it is a low res rendering using mahogany texture
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    CAD software is amazing! I'd love to learn some of the 3D cad.

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    Its amazing what you can do on the computer now days. I remember spending days and weeks drawing nuts and bolts with a pencil then going back to hand letter and number the drawing. I'm not even that old! Am I???

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    Quote Originally Posted by plpenn View Post
    Its amazing what you can do on the computer now days. I remember spending days and weeks drawing nuts and bolts with a pencil then going back to hand letter and number the drawing. I'm not even that old! Am I???
    I did that too. Time goes fast. Now I can develop a vehicle and put it in 3D pretty fast its kind of crazy
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    Well here is my "custom" shaving handle for a brush. I always thought a duck call shaped one would be awesome. I could shave with it on my lanyard then drop it when they fly in! Anyways, not really sure on the dimensions just guessed about what might feel right. A little longer would be great for bowls or even face. A lot of calls have metal bands, not really necessary but they sure do look good. I think it would look good on any of the samples you pictured above and would be fairly easy, neat to do since most calls are spun on a lathe. As said, clueless on the dimensions.

    Anyways, here are my MS Paint skills:

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