CMYK Coasters


#1

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#2

That is sweeeet! :grin:


#3

My gf sent this to me this morning! pretty awesome!


#4

i’ve been wondering for a while if we can do something similar in RGB with three rows of edge-lit acrylic


#5

That is kind of what I attempted with my Star Trek console project. It did not work out as well as I wanted, but I still think it’s a great idea.


#6

Nice!


#7

I want 10! Nice! Your work @JeremyNielsen?


#8

woah woah woah. You’re not allowed to just straight up do magic here are you?!


#9

Haha, I wish. I saw it on Imgur but the site was acting up so I wasn’t able to link it.


#10

Friggin brilliant


#11

Oh man if i can get the proper colored acrylic i would so do this


#12

That’s pretty sweet. I’ll put that in the hopper… lol


#13

Rad! As a print designer, I can really appreciate this! Thanks for sharing


#14

Very cool! Has anyone gone looking for CMYK transparent acrylic to recreate this project?


#15

It would be neat to play around with.

Is my thinking correct that this would be more appropriate for a dye-sub printer - or printing color separations to a clear film and then adhering to a coaster?

For a laser project, I guess you’d have to cut out the particular sections of the acrylic to create the additive color effect.

Fwiw - color separations are easy enough to do in Illustrator to at least get the file set up correctly.