Daredevil in Acrylic

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#1

Tweaked a great image of Daredevil by artist Phil Cho and etched it into acrylic to experiment with LED lighted designs.


#2

Awesome results! (And love the line art too. Thanks for posting the original artist so we can find him!) :grinning:


#3

That turned out great! Love how the intensity of the light contributes to the illusion of depth.


#5

I sent a pic to the artist and his response was “Woah, that is awesome!!”.


#6

Who knows, he just might decide he needs a Glowie! :grin::wink:


#7

Looks super!


#8

Very nice. The LED lights are going to be a lot of fun!


#9

Yeah - The LED stand is fun. I also made some acrylic coasters that also work as LED lights.


#10

These look amazing!!!


#11

Love the idea of switching them out. :grinning:


#12

Love it!

Does you (or anyone else for that matter) have any advice on where the best place is to get LED stands like you use?


#13

I just spent the $13 bucks on Amazon


#14

Daredevil is my favorite superhero at the moment. Really like the Netflix version. The Defenders is just too short. Need moar Daredevil! This is a great version and excellent design used to great effect with the edge light.


#15

Here you go!


#16

Thanks!


#17

Those really light up beautifully. Did you just use default proofgrade settings for your cutting and engraving?


#18

I bought one to check it out, and then sprung for the dozen deal.

Made night lights for my Granddaughters…

Figured I can just send them new plug-ins (seasonal, birthdays etc.) as their interests evolve.


#19

You can also buy the LED strips and make your own. If you scroll thru this post there’s a link for a supplier for the LED strips with a remote.


#20

Regarding lighting acrylic engraving, notice the intensity closest to the light source in the Dare Devil…