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Lesson 1: Backdrop setup and modeling of the guitar body

15 Minutes

Lesson 2: Modeling of guitar body continued

32 Minutes

Lesson 3: Forearm rest and belly shaping

22 Minutes

Lesson 4: Carvings for pickup and electronic compartment

19 Minutes

Lesson 5: Finishing modeling of the guitar body

34 Minutes

Lesson 6: Modeling of the pickguard

34 Minutes

Lesson 7: Modeling of the knobs and screws

53 Minutes

Lesson 8: Modeling of the pick ups and output jack plate

52 Minutes

Lesson 9: Modeling of the vintage tremolo unit

30 Minutes

Lesson 10: Modeling of the saddles

37 Minutes

Lesson 11: Modeling of saddle screws and strap pins

34 Minutes

Lesson 12: Modeling of tremolo handle and output jack

21 Minutes

Lesson 13: Modeling of the headstock

25 Minutes

Lesson 14: Modeling the tuners

24 Minutes

Lesson 15: Modeling the tuners continued

25 Minutes

Lesson 16: Finishing modeling the tuners

21 Minutes

Lesson 17: Modeling of the neck

29 Minutes

Lesson 18: Finishing the modeling of the neck

29 Minutes

Lesson 19: Attaching the neck to the body

25 Minutes

Lesson 20: Modeling the strings

22 Minutes

Lesson 21: Modeling the saddle springs and back plate

29 Minutes

Lesson 22: Creating the tremolo springs

23 Minutes

Lesson 23: Continuing the tremolo springs

22 Minutes

Lesson 24: Final tweaks and surfacing

24 Minutes
This tutorial has 24 parts

Stratocaster Volume 1 - Modeling

Learn everything you need to know about curve modeling with this course which shows you how to make a photorealistic Fender Stratocaster. After laying down splines for the body we move on to other techniques with subpatches and polygons creating the headstock, pickguard, tremolo, screws, pins and all the other parts that make up the model. When completing this project you'll have in-depth knowledge of a wide variety of modeling styles and techniques used in LightWave.

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