I recently bought a very nice swamp ash bass body off eBay, for which I am going to craft a neck. Unfortunately, the seller didn't make the body and doesn't have the plans which were used to cut the shape and rout the neck pocket and control cavity. So, before I can begin designing the neck, plus the control cover plate, I need to somehow transfer those shapes to paper, or some other media, which I can then scan into my computer. I cannot just scan the neck pocket, since my scanner has a "lip" around the glass, and the body will not lay flat. And I don't want to take a digital picture, as the lens will surely distort, if only a little bit, which could present problems. I did try a rubbing on paper with artist's chalk, but the edges of the wood transferred kinda messy, as you can well imagine. I suppose I could just try transferring the measurements into my illustration software. Maybe that's the best way. Any ideas? Thanks.