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The size is 63cm x 21.8cm in length and is similar to the actual 4/4 size violin(60cm x 21cm).
Total number of parts is 1,353.
-Wedge plates were used to represent the unique curves of the violin.
-The side wall(rib) was designed with the 'brick with knobs' in the way stud was seen.
[Peg box and Scroll]
-Wedge plates and round plates were used to express peg box and scroll.
-For Peg, # 75904 Hammer was used.
-Hinge plates were used to express the angle of the finger board
-Outer cables were used for strings. 256 mm and 96 mm outer cables are connected and they are naturally connected on the LDD
-In practice, 352 mm outer cables must be produced, or 256 mm and 96 mm outer cables must be connected to the connector peg(technic pin).
-The bow was designed using # 75535 part and tile
In addition, Chin rest, Bridge, tailpieace, tail gut, and end pin are also represented.
It is not an update, but just the story of this lego violin.
In 1993, when I was 13 years old, I made a Lego cello.
At that time, I just outlined what I saw and created it.
I had to make the lego cello with black brick which was the most of the bricks I had.
The string was represented using the '# 3228 straight rail' included in the 6542
set(Launch & Load Seaport).
It looks very grim now, but it is a very meaningful work for me.
Twenty-five years later, with LDD, I was able to create a stringed instrument again, using a variety of new bricks to create a more natural curve.
I think this creation will be a very meaningful creation for Lego fans who love music.
Thank you for your interest and supports.