Instead of creating a photorealistic 3D render, I choose to only create a 3D model, using Rhino 3D, with the surfaces I wanted. When making a high quality instrument there needs to be a hands on approach. The major surfaces were modeled, then programmed in Fusion 360 and cut on a CNC mill. These surfaces were cut enough with a machine to create the overall shape with some material left over to give room for the hand shaping and finishing.
The neck and the body were designed to bolt together with precision. The entire layout of the instrument can be tailored to any bridge, electronics configuration along with what finish is desired. High quality raw materials were chosen to create an everlasting design and tone. Playability was greatly increased over the original Fender design while keeping the original design intent and heritage.