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Hi
anyone know if this part has been made??
4150px21

If not, could someone please make it??
I need this for one of my instructions.

Thanks
Does not seem so.

You can check the available patterns with the "Pattern Reference" function of the PT

http://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptpatterns.cgi?p=4150
http://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptpatterns.cgi?p=14769

Do you have a hi-res picture?

EDIT: Uh... it has gradients...
(2018-09-18, 20:43)Gerald Lasser Wrote: [ -> ]Does not seem so.

You can check the available patterns with the "Pattern Reference" function of the PT

http://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptpatterns.cgi?p=4150
http://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptpatterns.cgi?p=14769

Do you have a hi-res picture?

EDIT: Uh... it has gradients...

Best done with texture mapping then?
If there is a high res picture or very good photo or scan it can be done.
(2018-09-19, 8:24)Jaco van der Molen Wrote: [ -> ][quote pid='29389' dateline='1537303434']
EDIT: Uh... it has gradients...

Best done with texture mapping then?
If there is a high res picture or very good photo or scan it can be done.
[/quote]
Yeah, gradients Sad
And beeing silver printed, not sure that texmap will provide a good result. Anyway, here is a pretty good image I found:
[Image: lego-accessories-minifig-black-tile-roun...se-fan.jpg]
(2018-09-19, 9:13)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-09-19, 8:24)Jaco van der Molen Wrote: [ -> ][quote pid='29389' dateline='1537303434']
EDIT: Uh... it has gradients...

Best done with texture mapping then?
If there is a high res picture or very good photo or scan it can be done.
Yeah, gradients Sad
And beeing silver printed, not sure that texmap will provide a good result. Anyway, here is a pretty good image I found:

[/quote]

OK, I can try to redraw it in my graphics program (Fireworks).
As you might know and remember it works with vector graphic information but can write bitmap PNG files.
You can use all sorts of lines, colors and gradients to get very good results.
I'll give it a try.
Jaco van der Molen
[quote pid='29393' dateline='1537350396']
(2018-09-19, 9:13)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Best done with texture mapping then?
If there is a high res picture or very good photo or scan it can be done.
Yeah, gradients Sad
And beeing silver printed, not sure that texmap will provide a good result. Anyway, here is a pretty good image I found:

[/quote]
Quote:OK, I can try to redraw it in my graphics program (Fireworks).
As you might know and remember it works with vector graphic information but can write bitmap PNG files.
You can use all sorts of lines, colors and gradients to get very good results.
I'll give it a try.

Here is an attempt to approach and mimic the pattern

[attachment=3261]

Perhaps this is usable to texture map the part?
(2018-09-19, 10:50)Jaco van der Molen Wrote: [ -> ]Jaco van der Molen
[quote pid='29393' dateline='1537350396']
(2018-09-19, 9:13)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Best done with texture mapping then?
If there is a high res picture or very good photo or scan it can be done.
Yeah, gradients Sad
And beeing silver printed, not sure that texmap will provide a good result. Anyway, here is a pretty good image I found:
Quote:OK, I can try to redraw it in my graphics program (Fireworks).
As you might know and remember it works with vector graphic information but can write bitmap PNG files.
You can use all sorts of lines, colors and gradients to get very good results.
I'll give it a try.

Here is an attempt to approach and mimic the pattern



Perhaps this is usable to texture map the part?
[/quote]

Created a mock-up for this part some time ago, maybe you can use it in the meantime?
Jaco's drawing looks very good!
Mimicking the gradient like I did with parts/4589552b.dat is still quite some work... May be subparting
(2018-09-19, 16:51)Evert-Jan Boer Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-09-19, 10:50)Jaco van der Molen Wrote: [ -> ]Jaco van der Molen
[quote pid='29393' dateline='1537350396']
Yeah, gradients Sad
And beeing silver printed, not sure that texmap will provide a good result. Anyway, here is a pretty good image I found:
Quote:OK, I can try to redraw it in my graphics program (Fireworks).
As you might know and remember it works with vector graphic information but can write bitmap PNG files.
You can use all sorts of lines, colors and gradients to get very good results.
I'll give it a try.

Here is an attempt to approach and mimic the pattern



Perhaps this is usable to texture map the part?

Created a mock-up for this part some time ago, maybe you can use it in the meantime?
[/quote]

Thanks Smile
(2018-09-19, 21:37)YGerald Lasser Wrote: [ -> ]Jaco's drawing looks very good!
Mimicking the gradient like I did with parts/4589552b.dat is still quite some work... May be subparting

Thanks. Feel free to used it.
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