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    Lightbulb Pinstriping as a vector tracing patterns

    I haven't done a lot of vector tracing, and I haven't had time to use my Carvewright much in recent years until recently.
    So I've been practicing and relearning the software again.
    I saw some pinstriping on a motorcycle awhile back and thought it would make a cool vector carve design.
    I didn't recall seeing anyone else try it so I thought I would share my experiment.

    Below is my first attempt.
    This is not what I think of as the quintessential pinstripe, but the low level of complexity seemed like a pretty good plan to practice on.

    I imported the image and traced it using the Smart Spline tool, and assigned bits using the Depth Profile tool.

    Not terribly impressive, but a proof of concept, and I thought it might spark an idea for a project for one of you to try.

    Next, ramp up to something more difficult..........

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    Let me know if you try it.

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    I have not done it as pin striping but have done several designs to make the lines look better. Have fun playing and learning!
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    Your carve design looks better than the drawing.
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    Thanks Clint, I thought so too.

    I have more designs I wanted to work with, and I planned on posting my results by now.
    But something happened and I just plain ran out of time, hopefully soon I'll have time to work on the ones I really wanted to try.

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