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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 11:43am | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

Bards Rejoice!   
Bugle & Dulcimer:

Mandolins, Front & Back:

A Picollo:



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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 6:43pm | IP Logged Quote griffonwing

These are cool. Now my prisoner can have something to play in the Dungeon of Doom.
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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 8:38pm | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

Here's a few more. I'm trying to start with more exotic-looking instruments, like you might expect to find in a fantasy setting.

A Zither:

A Lute-Zither, front and side:

A Violin-Zither:

A Tin Whistle:

And only because someone requested it specifically -- BAGPIPES!

Please don't ask me how these things are played, 'cuz I ain't got a clue!

Opinion time: What is most useful to you, the frontal versions of the instruments, or the side view, or both? I don't mind making/posting both, but if they won't be used, why take up the bandwidth?

I'm having trouble with percussion instruments, though. Drums, cymbals, & the like. If anyone else wants to try those.....

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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 8:54pm | IP Logged Quote griffonwing

Maybe an actual Lute or a Sitar

If you google for Sitar and you get some nice examples. The first is perfect, from a japanese website. They have little-to-no copyright laws over there, if I recall correctly :) The sitar was also mentioned in Moulin Rouge. It was in the play they created to dupe the duke. Excellent movie.

Ooops...I forgot. More excellent instruments :) I think that both front/back/and sides would be useful. I dont see a real use for the back view, but front and side works. Also a top-down would be nice too, to set up against a wall.

As my band teacher said, Don't b-flat, b-sharp. Yeah I know..I cant help it. It just comes "natural".

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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 9:24pm | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

Here's a list of what I'm working on right now:

Cello
Clarinet
Duck Call
Fiddle, One-string (Gulsa)
Fiddle, one-string (old American)
Fife
Flugel Horn
Guitar-Lute
Harp
Horn
Indian Sarangi
Lute, 10-string
Lute-Harp
Lyre, African
Lyre, bell
Mandola
Meissen Ocharina (a small whistle-pipe)
Mussette
Ox horns, two kinds
Pipe, Curtal
Recorder
Serpant
Shawm (snake-charmer's horn)
Sitar
Small Pipes (kind of bagpipe)
Sung
Trumpet, Fanfare
Trumpet, Standard
Viol, Tenor
Violin

And a Walking Stick Flute! Perfect for the traveling bard.   

Edited by EvilEmpryss on 06/08/2004 at 9:25pm


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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 9:29pm | IP Logged Quote griffonwing

Lyre! Lyyyrrreee!
Shut up, witch.
I'm not a witch, I'm your wife.

Ahh.. gotta love the Princess Bride.

I am so looking forward to these instruments. You are doing a bang-up job with these. Awesome. Keep up the excellent work EE.
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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 9:42pm | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

Princess Bride ROCKS!   

I haven't bothered trying to do top-down views of the instruments for the simple reason that you can't usually tell what you're looking at!   

But the front-on and side-on views give you enough of a picture -- especially at the small size of the pics -- to tell what it is.

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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 9:51pm | IP Logged Quote griffonwing

Yeah, i kinna figured that after i wrote it.
"Is that a sitar, guitar, lute or mandolin?" :)

OOOH! Funny RP moment (slightly off topic, but not really). We were..well, i can't remmeber exactly where, but we had just finished clearing out the baddies when we cam across a stash of items. THe GM runs down the list: Blah blah blah, nice short sword, blah blah, average-looking leather armor, a few rings, one with a diamond, a magical lute, some boots, blah blah. We sorted thru this and got what we wanted, and left the rest. "So" said Walt "What kind of loot is it?" DM-"Just a regular magical lute" W-"But what KIND of magical loot" DM-"Um..Just a regular lute, only its magic...duh" W-"but is it armor, or bracers, what kind?" We had to actually spell L.U.T.E for him to realize that it was a musical instrument.

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Posted: 06/08/2004 at 10:48pm | IP Logged Quote Frost

Thanks for the neat stuff, Empyss -- especially the bagpipes. You've warmed this old dwarf's heart. I would kiss you, but that would take me away from my food and grog (plus my girlfriend would kill me).

BTW, with all the items posted here I am no longer as distraught or disappointed with the lack of objects that I wanted included with the software. Thanks again.
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Posted: 06/09/2004 at 7:52am | IP Logged Quote Ace

Could we possibly work a Hurdy Gurdy into the want list? Please.
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Posted: 06/09/2004 at 11:50am | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

A flute-walking stick! It comes apart in three sections, the middle of which is the flute:

The requested Hurgy Gurdy (from 1487! I hope you didn't mean the little music box the guys with the dancing monkeys use!)

A standard 10-string Lute, Front & Side:

An African-style and Bell-Lyre:

A Mussette:

An Ocarina (a small porceline whistle):

Two oxhorn Horns (watch out!The carved one is an Asian fertility-rite horn. Wouldn't your players be surprised after playing it!    ):

A Shawm -- also known as a snake-charmers' flute:

As requested, a Sitar, front and side:

For the Frostman, a variation on the Bagpipes -- Smallpipes:

A Sung (something Asian... very pretty):

Fanfare and Standard Trumpets:

Violins, Front & Side:

A Tenor Viol, Front & Side:


I've got lots more to come, but I'll focus on request first, so let me know if you want something in particular.   

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Posted: 06/09/2004 at 12:06pm | IP Logged Quote griffonwing

Very nice work. :)
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 2:51pm | IP Logged Quote ccorriea

Wow! What a nice person to provide all this art for everyone...escecially since you are filling requests! Congrats to you EvilE    

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Posted: 07/03/2004 at 10:47am | IP Logged Quote EvilEmpryss

Okay, for the piano concertos:
A Grand Piano:

A Player Piano and a basic Upright Piano:



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Love this thread so I thought I'd bump it with this PowPow Drum from Artistheat on Renderosity:

Enjoy!
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More Renderosity freebie "commercial and non-commercial use" 3D model renders:

...from Artistheat, a TomTom:


...And from PhilC Designs, bagpipes:
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Posted: 04/26/2010 at 1:31am | IP Logged Quote totte

A bagpipe!! I love bagpipes!!!
Gonna be in Edinburgh en of june for 4 days, whiskey and bagpipes ;-)
Hopefully I can take some great pics of swords and armor at Edinburgh
castle this time.

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Cool instruments, ProBono.
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The TomTom is great


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How about a harp?

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Kewl!

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Never enough bagpipes...

...here from France...

...and from Tunisia...


...plus a tamil drum and a Bouzouki, but you'll need to tinker with the exact sizes yourself...



All cut from Public Domain Wiki pictures.
Enjoy!
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You gots rockets for that there boozooki?
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Futureboy wrote:
You gots rockets for that there boozooki?


ROFL - you know I just have to tell you a true story about this. My mother in
law had her 60th birthday some years ago, and she took all her closest
family on a trip to Cyprus for a week. Well there, we went to a bar playing
"bouzouki" music, and my brother in law (a police officer btw), said "I just
love this Bazooka music!
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Nice work PB

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Great idea adding the Sheet music holder! The drums are
cool too. War Drums!
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