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    Default -Sports & Recreation

    Use this thread to post patterns related to Sports & Recreation

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    Default Basic Bows

    Gman's posts about Bow Making in Techniques got me thinking about using me machine for carving a couple of bows for my Grandsons,
    I have a few lengths of seasoned 5/4 Lemon Wood that I bought from Israel, they were cut and taged in 1948,
    their still packed and sealed in the original Bees Wax they were shipped in.
    Years ago (about 40) I shot Tournament Bow myself, also did a lot of Bow Hunting, and had planed to make a couple of nice Classic Bows for myself,
    --- the years went by and I never got around to it. Now I think it might be interesting to try to do it for the Grand kids.
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    Ken,
    Your perspective view above could be a photo of one of the lemon-wood blanks my Father still had for an unfinished bow. It was going to be carved down further by his older brother Gilbert when he got back to California from the fleet. Gilbert having joined the Navy before my Dad, never returned and lies to this day with his shipmates on the Arizona. Your rendering put a chill down my spine because I had not seen that object in years. All those Indian gear items were given to a YMCA program in the Annapolis area years ago before one of my parents' change of station moves overseas.

    I'd certainly appreciate seeing the results if you go ahead with the project for your Grand Kids. Thanks for the memory opportunity.
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    Thought I'd share this one... metslogo.mpc
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    Default Fishing Rod and reel

    Here's a rod and reel- hope y'all like it

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    I'm still not sure how y'all find it best to upload the pattern, so I've included just about every version I can think of, including an STL zip....
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    Do I need to be sending you a pattern vendor app sometime in the near future? Your getting pretty good at this!


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    Thanks Connie- but again so everyone knows, the base of these models that I have been posting are from sketchup files posted on the google warehouse. I then adjust them to create the Carvewright-friendly files. Some are easier to do than others...

    Once I'm making them from scratch or adjusting them (making derivatives that are not the models exactly) I'll probably sell some-but I'm not sure I would feel right just using someone else's work for a profit, even though when they put the item on the warehouse we are OK to use it and distribute it (they are royalty free as well).

    I got this from the google sketchup "terms of service"
    http://www.google.com/intl/en/sketchup/3dwh/tos.html

    (c) By publicly posting or displaying the content you give other end users of the Services a perpetual, sublicensable, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute (subject to the restrictions set forth in Sections 11.4 and 20.3 of these Terms) any Content or derivative works thereof which you publicly post or display on or through the Services.

    for those of you that are curious.... here's 11.4 and 20.3
    11.4 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, without Google’s prior authorization, you may not: (i) aggregate Content obtained from Google Services for redistribution, or (ii) use or distribute Content obtained from Google Services in a mapping or geographic application or service
    20.3 Models created in Building Maker include proprietary imagery. You may not disassociate or separate the imagery from any Building Maker model and use or make it available outside of Google Services.

    Thanks again for the compliments- I hope folks find uses for these files and that I will eventually get good enough to create my own models- and maybe then I'll sell them. For now though, I just hope you all are enjoying them.
    Lawrence

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    Thanks again Lawrence for the awesome patterns. I sure can use this one!
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    Does anyone have a san francisco forty niners football helmet. Its for a friend and not for any kind of sale.
    Last edited by CWFan; 07-08-2012 at 04:34 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWFan View Post
    Does anyone have a san francisco forty niners football helmet. Its for a friend and not for any kind of sale.
    Will this work?
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