Another fun design added to my growing list. This multi-layered Seahorse measuring 18.5" in height by 9" wide was made with 1/4" maple, walnut, mahogany plywood, and 1/8" white MDF that I spray-painted blue on the last layer. With a more open concept compared to my others, I found a reason to use my new 1/8" white MDF for the last layer.
I’m not an excellent painter, but I would really like to see a variety of painted versions that others create, just as I received with my turtle design.
Hope you enjoy and happy weekend everyone.
Nice work! Diving since '84, I really like the theme.
That may be my favorite of yours - the blue in the back brings it all to the surface!
This is gorgeous, your work is always amazing, I love it!
Absolutely beautiful!!! How long did this take you?
I’ll bet we would have a lot to talk about over a beer.
The design process was actually pretty quick on this one. Maybe somewhere around 6-7 hours from start to finish for designing, then another couple for cutting and gluing.
Wow, that is beautiful! such detail and so delicate. Personally, I’d be tempted to snug-fit clear acrylic in to the front frame layer, protect the little bits and keep the dust out. Amazing design work, I love it!
what word could I use to describe this beauty that I haven’t used on one of your previous works……… I got nuthin’. Great job
I just purchased your file. THANK YOU so much! It is absolutely stunning! I just got my Glowforge and trying to learn. My I ask where you purchase you material to make this?
If you look in the instructions file you’ll see what type of wood I use, where I get it, and a Internet address all included.
This has to be my favorite layered design I have seen yet. Trying to think where I might want to place it so I have an excuse to make it.
Wow…that’s a lot going on. Every time i look at it I see something new. Beautiful project.
Beautiful seahorse!! Love the blue!