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JulianB

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Hey Julian, I'm sorry I'm a few days late, but your work looks awesome. Can you PM your email? I have a whole folder of references I can send. I have 4K shots of every time the blueprint is shown, and I have a master where I put up all the numbers I was able to pull. I'll put that up now along with a few of the official glimpses we have of the plan.
Looks like I'm about done with the first panel. This one had a lot of complicated curves. The panel directly above this should be significantly more straight-forward. Will have to figure out the best way to produce the hand-written 'Fig.2' etc.

-julian
 

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JulianB

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Looks like I'm about done with the first panel. This one had a lot of complicated curves. The panel directly above this should be significantly more straight-forward. Will have to figure out the best way to produce the hand-written 'Fig.2' etc.

-julian
Some more info:
  • I've done my best to follow the detail and proportion in the black and white plan images from the book snapshots that provided.
  • In some places where there was missing material I referred to the 4K Netflix screen grabs of the more modern looking blueprint, and this has resulted in some stylistic differences.
  • I've not attempted to verify or match dimensions as all reference provided is skewed bitmaps.
  • Lots of elements are placed to the best of my abilities while gauging spacing to other elements. There will be inaccuracies. If you manage to build a functional machine off this diagram, please do not contact me if it sends you to 1497 instead of your chosen year.
Here's another glimpse at what this could look like on blue etc...

-julian
 

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Sandman0077

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Some more info:
  • I've done my best to follow the detail and proportion in the black and white plan images from the book snapshots that provided.
  • In some places where there was missing material I referred to the 4K Netflix screen grabs of the more modern looking blueprint, and this has resulted in some stylistic differences.
  • I've not attempted to verify or match dimensions as all reference provided is skewed bitmaps.
  • Lots of elements are placed to the best of my abilities while gauging spacing to other elements. There will be inaccuracies. If you manage to build a functional machine off this diagram, please do not contact me if it sends you to 1497 instead of your chosen year.
Here's another glimpse at what this could look like on blue etc...

-julian
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egosheep

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Some more info:
  • I've done my best to follow the detail and proportion in the black and white plan images from the book snapshots that provided.
  • In some places where there was missing material I referred to the 4K Netflix screen grabs of the more modern looking blueprint, and this has resulted in some stylistic differences.
  • I've not attempted to verify or match dimensions as all reference provided is skewed bitmaps.
  • Lots of elements are placed to the best of my abilities while gauging spacing to other elements. There will be inaccuracies. If you manage to build a functional machine off this diagram, please do not contact me if it sends you to 1497 instead of your chosen year.
Here's another glimpse at what this could look like on blue etc...

-julian
Honestly, just incredible work being done here. The fact that you want to tackle the other panels is even cooler. I would love to have one of these hanging on the wall!
 

darkk

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Some more info:
  • I've done my best to follow the detail and proportion in the black and white plan images from the book snapshots that provided.
  • In some places where there was missing material I referred to the 4K Netflix screen grabs of the more modern looking blueprint, and this has resulted in some stylistic differences.
  • I've not attempted to verify or match dimensions as all reference provided is skewed bitmaps.
  • Lots of elements are placed to the best of my abilities while gauging spacing to other elements. There will be inaccuracies. If you manage to build a functional machine off this diagram, please do not contact me if it sends you to 1497 instead of your chosen year.
Here's another glimpse at what this could look like on blue etc...

-julian
Awesome work!
Which program do you use? Any chance you be willing to share the source file?
 

JulianB

New Member
Awesome work!
Which program do you use? Any chance you be willing to share the source file?
Hey thanks. I used Affinity Designer. I'm new to that so it's been a voyage of discovery.
I'm thinking about giving the files to the community but I'm unsure of the intellectual property ramifications. I feel like this blueprint is a derivative work, but it doesn't contain enough original material to be substantially different to the original to my mind. Is there a general consensus around this sort of thing here?
 

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egosheep

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Hey thanks. I used Affinity Designer. I'm new to that so it's been a voyage of discovery.
I'm thinking about giving the files to the community but I'm unsure of the intellectual property ramifications. I feel like this blueprint is a derivative work, but it doesn't contain enough original material to be substantially different to the original to my mind. Is there a general consensus around this sort of thing here?

Hey, I think if it were shared with the community here it would have no legal implications. There are lots of "paper prop" recreations here and as long as they aren't being sold I don't think there would be any issue. It's an amazing thing you did, if you do decide to share it, let us know, I would love to print one to hang on my wall someday!
 

djdrthq

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Amazing stuff JulianB! I'll have to print a large version of that out.

Found this on thingiverse recently:

 

JulianB

New Member
Ok here's a version for everyone. I've left it on the blueprint gradient background and scaled it to A3. This may make some of the line weights look different when you print it. This is fan art and is intended for personal use. Enjoy!


julian

P.S. I've started on the panel directly above this one but I've just moved house so ahhh I'll get back on that soon.
 

egosheep

Sr Member
Ok here's a version for everyone. I've left it on the blueprint gradient background and scaled it to A3. This may make some of the line weights look different when you print it. This is fan art and is intended for personal use. Enjoy!


julian

P.S. I've started on the panel directly above this one but I've just moved house so ahhh I'll get back on that soon.
Hey Julian, thanks so much!! This is incredibly awesome work, and it's very generous of you to share with the Dark fanatics here. I have a few questions though: first, what program should I use to view this file? When I view it in chrome it looks like the interiors of both dials/ammeters are rendering kind of chunky and not with the fine detail of the jpeg render you posted earlier. Maybe it's just an issue on my end.

The other thing is there seems to be a font shift on the lower right text that says "Metal M8x12" and "Leitungsschild", where the font switches to an outline style instead of solid. Is this intentional?

Also, can't wait to see what you can do with the other panel!!
 

JulianB

New Member
Ok, there were a few busted bits in there eh, good spotting. I've fixed those now. I've linked it here as a .svg which is a vector graphics format meaning you can scale it to any size you like and it'll stay sharp. And there's now a 4000 pixel wide jpeg file too in case you don't have access to any software to convert SVG to JPG:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jffru1qlgtfdgxn/TimeMachineTopElevation.jpg?dl=1 <— jpg
https://www.dropbox.com/s/uo846fwf6ewvijh/TimeMachineTopElevation.svg?dl=1 <— svg

This is really just a quick glimpse of a blueprint-like treatment of the lines. I probably won't do any more to this until the rest of the layout is present.

-julian
 

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