Character-based Mandala

Here’s a mandala that I created using acrylic cut on the Glowforge, then covered with vinyl stickers cut on a Cricut Maker.

Eager to hear what you think!

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Welcome to the forum! Your first post is certainly a unique entry. I like it very much, but I don’t envy you the task of applying those stickers.

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This is incredible! I can’t imagine how long it took you. It looks wonderful though, so much detail. Thank you for sharing!

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Thanks! The total size is 36"x 36" and it took about two weeks working on and off! I submitted it to the Mystic Museum’s Regional Exhibition and it was accepted. So if you’re anywhere near Southeastern Connecticut, you can see it at the gallery until October! :slight_smile:

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Welcome to the forum :partying_face: that is some amazing work and the best use of a Cricut I have seen in the forum.

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Thanks for the welcome, @dklgood! Applying the stickers was pretty easy once I learned about a wet application method. I like tedious tasks so this was sort of up my alley. lol

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That is really amazing!!! Welcome to the Forum! Way to start off with a bang!

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Congratulations! That is fantastic. That’s two weeks of hard, detailed work that definitely paid off.

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Great concept and impressive execution. Congrats on the exhibition!

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Gorgeous colors! The vinyl stickers really make it pop! :sunglasses::+1:

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Welcome! This is a very intricate piece - congrats on it being accepted for the exhibit.

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Wow! Go big or go home! That is a big project! Welcome to the forum … looking forward to your next project!

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Very unique! well done!

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Or Go Big for your home!

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Love that detail!

Is this based on a story/myth? I can feel the characters coming out me, it’s great!

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It’s based on reading the book, Chariots of the Gods. I’ve been super inspired by that and learning about astroarchaeology this past year.