I know this has been done a gazillion times before. I just wanted to share my take on the spanish guitar. Let me know what you think :)
almost 2 years ago
I think the guitar is very well pulled off, but the reason I clicked it was because of the sticker :P
The metal bars going horizontally on the guitar dont seem to have the same wow factor as the rest of the shot though.
I'll fix that Jack :)
As a sidenote
The sticker is part of a daily smiley I use on google+ – if you click my profile pictire it should change :)
(and the smiley itself is from Tabs: Emote)
how do you do that ^^ ? just upload more photos XD ?
the strings are amazing
Everything looks great except the sticker, It doesn't look like its pasted on the guitar :/
I'd say the fret lines on the neck look perfect.
Really like it! Sticker is awesome in my opinion, sticks tightly to the guitar. But the horizontal thingys look a little flat and maaaaaybe the strings look like they're lying directly ON the guitar, not hovering just above it. But really sweet looking!
Just came across this, thought I would give a little input. I think the textures all work really well but there is one thing that bugs me. That bottom fret probably wouldn't exist in reality, the only strings you could play it on would be the high and low e, just barely. I like that the two bottom frets line up with the two rings, but the reality factor, particularly when everything else looks pretty realistic, makes me want to get rid of the bottom one. Just a thought.
over 1 year ago
I am a guitarist and overall I like this but the G, B & E strings look metal to me but in real life they are a transparent plastic/nylon filament. Also the rosette or design around sound hole is never that plain, they always have a nice design. the three bigger strings are off some they are too thick compared to the guitar the big E looks like a bass string. Other than that it's lovely.
OH also, there is always the creators label directly under the sound hole. Also the shadow inside makes the guitar look kind of shallow in depth.
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