This is amazing. Did you design it yourself?
Welcome to all the new members of the community!
You have just found the best accessory for your glowforge.
WOW that is amazing
Welcome to the forum. Your projects are very well done, and I love the colors.
I thought I found the initial design on thingiverse, but I cannot find it now. I did not come up with the initial design. I cannot find the original right now, but I did not create it (just modified it).
Edit: I think I found the original (took a lot of effort to find it).
Love the silhouette
Groovy! The 60’s are calling me…
@trually i know how you feel. When the doctor came out from surgery after removing my wife’s breast cancer tumor (she was all of 5’ and 90 lbs and I’m 6’1” and 280 at the time) and told me they got it all, I broke down. And here’s this little doctor trying to hug me and comfort me. She needed a foot stool.
this is not my design. I really am not sure who the actual designer is. Anyway, I made this for one of my son-in-laws who loves D&D.
I cried typing out that post. And now…
But this is a topic that SHOULD make us all cry.
All childhood cancers combined get 4% of cancer research tax dollars. Prostate cancer gets 7%. (Do you know how many types of childhood cancers there are?) Shows you who makes the decisions.
Anyway… Sorry, I’ll step off my soap box for now.
Made for my other son-in law for Christmas. (sorry for the glare from the overhead lights)
Made from Acrylic and glued onto a wood backboard.
One more- I made this for one of my grandkids.
All acrylic and glued onto a backboard.
(sorry for the glare from the overhead lights)
I remember when you made this - all the tiny pieces of acrylic trying to escape!
that is awesome, I applaud the patience that would require!
Love the Galifreyan!!
Well not complicated and I have post it before. It was more a gift for the neighborhood than any one person. Made a bunch of large cardboard Christmas ornaments and placed them in the tree out front. So many neighbors commented, they stopped to say hello and take pictures - they couldn’t believe they were just cardboard. So it made me happy because it brought our whole street some needed joy. Here’s a video of them swaying in the wind.
I share very few of my creations publicly. Here are a couple I have, however.
Made this for my daughter before she went off to BCT/AIT. All the parts are separate which made it easy to paint then just glue together. Bullets are .38ACP that I have no use for. She scored expert and top of her battalion in marksmanship.
It doesn’t have to be complicated to be beautiful!