Another Periodic Table


#1

Yet another periodic table puzzle. My first start to finish project. !


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Cut Draftboard kitschy earrings hand painted up 80s Memphis Milano style!
#2

AWESOME! I hope this ends up as a file that can be purchased. :slight_smile:


#3

I’m not sure how user contributions to the catalog are going to work, (if they even happen). But if I can get enough time in to write up a tutorial for the prints I’ll post it here if there is enough interest.


#4

Fantastic!


#5

Wow!!! Wish I had this when I was learning the periodic table.


#6

Wow, that’s so cool. The way you did the colors is really clever.


#7

How’d you do your fills? Looks awesome.


#8

Thanks. Sharpie on the frosted side of frosted acrylic. Hard to get even but a little alcohol rub helps out.


#9

Black alcohol based ink before weeding( Copic Pen). Then clean with a Zeiss lens wipe.


#10

looks good from here!


#11

I have svg’s if people want them. But also a noob question. How do I post them?


#12

This is totally, completely, awesome. Nerd power!


#13

Awesome. This is definitely something that would be a great catalog item whenever GF team opens it for user submitted designs.


#14

You can drag and drop, or use the upload button 04%20AM

If you are using illustrator, “save as a copy” using these settings:

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some folks have issues uploading svgs; you may need to zip the file, or post it as a PDF if the SVG doesn’t work.


#15

That’s clever. Ive colored some wood with alcohol markers and really liked the effect, but color acrylic was really streaky. I’ll have to try it again and see if alcohol helps.


#16

I could not get a good color on clear acrylic at all (hours of tries) but the frosted worked great!


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#18

Excellent work!


#19

Awesome! I’ll be saving this one for the kids for sure!


#20

Wow, before I even clicked on this I was hoping you had done it in acrylic, and you have! Not only have you done it in acrylic, you’ve done it in colors - spectacular!