It was modeled off actual '58 Les Paul Standard Blueprints, so it is probably the angle of the camera more than the shape that you're having issues with. Not quite sure what you mean about the headstock binding, or the screw for that matter. could you enunciate a bit more?
If you look at the high res image you'll see the headstock binding has 5 layers, as was the intention. It's not a copy of the "Les Paul Custom" model, which has a wider binding and a much larger headstock, it's a customized Les Paul. Same could be said for the binding around the top piece on the body; I thought of doing a wider binding but I was going for the more classic '58 binding rather than the big monster one on front and back of the body. '58 Les Pauls have less binding than some other versions, in fact there is no binding on the headstock on a 58 standard. But then again, 58' Les Pauls didn't come with a chambered body, quilted maple top, ESP pickups, Sperzel locking tuners or Graphtech nuts, so some design liberties were obviously taken regardless of the binding thickness--but it is accurate thickness-wise to the blueprints for the body. The binding is also its own geometry, it's not mapped.
As for the tail stop screw, it's obviously the same screw copied, so it would have the same irregularity between the two. Not high in my priority list of things to fix.
I'm honestly more concerned with the noise on the quilted maple texture I used for the top piece. It's not so easy to find really top notch images of wood in super high res.
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Mich interessiert kein Gleichgewicht
Mir scheint die Sonne ins Gesicht
Doch friert mein Herz an manchen Tagen
Kalte Zungen die da schlagen
Last edited by barrlley; 08-29-2012 at 09:13 AM..