This is beautiful, Ryan! Wow.
It’s really wonderful! Thank you for sharing this
This is one of those projects that makes me really antsy to get my hands on a Glowforge. Thank for sharing!
You are incredible! I love it!
If I did it out of acrylic, I’d use a combination of clear and opaque in a couple of colors or 3 o 4 translucent colors to soften the glare.
I’m speechless! it’s GORGEOUS!
Salute to your artistry!
I really like the way the light washes the walls
Add in another wow for me too. How long does it take to cut out something that size and intricate?
How is the light fixture attached to the shade. I have a light that I’m working on a shade for and am trying to figure out how to attach the shade.
Man, this forum is so rich in skill and artistry. Quite the technical and procedural how to resource.
Ok, that is really unique and cool looking! well done!
Building an office in my basement and have a standard ceiling light fixture that I decided to leave and make a shade for it. Using black acrylic fir the top and bottom and a smoked grey translucent for the fins. May engrave the fins, not sure yet. The office walls are a light grey and the trim will be a medium dark grey. I think the shade will look awesome and really point out what the can do.
That is truly magnificent
Wow! Love the lamp and the shading it produces. Most excellent!!
Whoa! That is so awesome!!! Completely captivating in the room when lit! Love it.
Beautiful work. I really love the shadows it casts.
It is attached by the top ‘slot ring’ being pressed in between the fixture hardware and the screw on retaining ring. No glue or any adhesive used. Just slot fit tight.
Whoa! That thing is intricate, and casts some cool shadows and patterns on the walls and ceiling. Nicely done!
I like the quality and your Design is very cool
Glowforge is magic!!
I look forward to mine !!