A washboard is a tool designed for hand washing clothing, but has become better known for its secondary use as a musical instrument.
The traditional washboard is usually constructed with a rectangular wooden frame in which are mounted a series of ridges or corrugations for the clothing to be rubbed upon. For 19th century washboards, the ridges were often of wood; by the 20th century, ridges of metal were more common. Part of the new 'old school' collection.
-- Modeled in Lightwave.
-- Procedurally and UV/Texture mapped including:
Washboard_Ridges.png (800x800 .png)
Washboard_Labels.png (800x800 .png)
-- Original Paint Shop Pro (.psp) file inlcuded for ease of editing text/labels on washboard.
-- All parts/surfaces labeled for ease of subdividing, smoothing, surfacing, animation, and manipulation.
Polys: 2,078 (2,022 Quads, 56 Tris , 0 N-Gon/s)
-- Also available in OBJ, Max, XSI, and .3ds format directly exported via Deep Exploration.
Please Note: Some format's poly counts may change due to the nature of the exported format. Poly counts listed are reflected from native Lightwave format. Smoothing/subdividing may need to be adjusted in order to receive similiar rendered results.
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