Elegant Reindeers 4.5" *Free Design*


Sweeeet! :sunglasses:


squeeeee :slight_smile:


Great job!


Love what you’ve done with the textures.


When my brother came for Thanksgiving, I showed him these reindeer and we made a pair for him to take back home to his landlady. Today, he sent me this drawing made by 5 1/2 year old Bennett, a friend of his landlady’s…who apparently was fascinated by them and wanted to take them apart. I hope Bev (landlady) let him do that and that she showed him how to put them together again. What fun! Your work carries on @willcfc!


Made one on draftboard. A friend asked me to make one on African Mahogany. I will have to share pics when done.


That’s so awesome! MERRY CHRISTMAS @Xabbess!!


Thank you so much…and wishing the same to you!


just ran a last minute set for my nephews tomorrow to put together… currently 40 minutes to christmas!


A couple of these deer have been sitting next to my Glowforge for 8 months. It’s a desk toy. The kids fiddle and fidget. My husband recently had a dozen 6-7 year old boys to entertain at a week long scout family camp. Your deer were the springboard for his dragons:

Thanks. This was a fantastic share.


I like those, they look like Toothless! :smile:


Their group were dragon riders…
Very toothless.
We made or adapted a couple dozen different Berk-themed crafts and games.
Between his group and mine, the Glowforge was running if we were home for three weeks before the event.


Still a hit. Here they are in fluorescent blue acrylic.


Ooooo, really like this version.


I had to open the slots up quite a bit (several whole tenths of a mm!) for my scrap BB. Now it’s a bit on the loose side, but people like them.

Does anyone know how to do a cut-and-paste of path parts in inkscape so you don’t have to adjust the nodes individually? (I did the individual adjustment, but with a correctly-ish dimensioned box that I could bring around the design and use for a reference.)


I make individual adjustments in Illustrator as well - create a rectangular box the correct size, overlay and punch. Not the easiest thing in the world if there are a lot of slots. (It’s one place where the parametric modeling ability in Fusion 360 really shines.)


Thanks for the file, I am going to make these as place settings for Christmas Dinner :slight_smile: