This looks fantastic! You should spray it with a poly acrylic - comes in spray cans like spray paint.
Ohmygosh, it’s breathtaking! Really stunning artistry.
Ah! You picked one of my favorite seahorse graphics! (Looks great colored… that must have taken a while.)
Very cool technique! I would think a product made for sealing pictures would work, but I have no experience with it.
Cake day for Jules!
I would be tempted to try finishes on a test piece before committing something so beautiful.
I have used Renaissance Micro-Crystalline Wax Polish (65 ml) on many things. It gives a beautiful finish on well prepared wood.
And, as an added bonus Brenda (or one of her minions) has given approval, so can’t be bad!
No it didn’t, actually. I have been wanting to do something with that seahorse for a long time since my downstairs bathroom is beach themed. Lol when I looked up Pyrography on YouTube, there was a lady who used colored pencil on a hummingbird and flower pyrography and I thought wow! I can do that with laser engraving too lol. I’d love to claim that artwork but I don’t know who the artist was. It was a coloring pattern that was included in the Pigment app on my iPad.
The color is fantastic! It really brings out the detail.
I used idea to make a craft project for my kids:
They had a blast coloring these and kept asking me to cut more.
Isn’t it wonderful when your kids demand you cooperate with them in the act of creation !
Not just doing it, but being a partner in their excitement.