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Moderately inspired by this thread
I looked up some old anatomy art and came up with a bunch of Andreas Vesalius’s work, specifically Corporis humani ossa, posteriori facie proposita.
Some Photoshop work:
Then, some Illustrator work:
Then some Glowforge work:
I wasn’t happy with the contrast I developed in just one pass with the settings I had put in (visible in the upper-most portion of the above photo). A second pass with slower speed and higher power did the trick in developing suitable contrast.
If I redid it, I would definitely work on the text treatment a lot more and leave it a lighter value than I did, but that should be a pretty easy fix.
For scale - this is about 3.5x6".