Okay, so had an idea for a 2.5D (layered art) B-Mo from “Adventure Time”.
-Google searched a screenshot I liked
-Figured out how I wanted to layer it
-Set up a layout with my cut paths and registration marks
-First cut from a plain 8.5x11 sheet
-Used cut registration paper, held down with magnets, to slip the print-out art for cutting under &
lined up (print out is a 5x7 semi-gloss photo paper)
-Had to fish all his buttons out of the crumb tray… haha
-Used pre-cut mini mounting dots to assemble each layer (These things can be frustrating but
are useful, a little tip: use two pair of needle tweezers, or one needle tweezer & one exacto knife
to take the top backing paper off without pulling it off the sheet first )
And there you have it! A little B-mo buddy!
Amazing! You did a great job with this–the alignment is outstanding!
A fellow fan! Adventure Time!
Side note, if you didn’t read the title in BMO’s voice, then you’re doing it wrong
If you don’t read everything in BMO’s voice then you’re doing it wrong.
Thanks! I’m pretty happy with it!
Apart from reading all you wrote in BMO’s voice this is bookmarked for a secret gift for the wife.
The high-point of every AT episode for her is when BMO comes on!
@raymondking32 and @tim1724 … I’m pretty sure B-mo voice is a default inner- dialogue of mine
Clever idea! This technique could make some really neat 2.5D holiday cards.
@bdm I see you as well have the B-mo inner dialogue going eh… haha. Oh cool, I’m sure she’d love something like this then!
@dan Thanks! That is for sure one idea, any greeting card really! I also plan on some full scenes, with a lot going on in them as framed 2.5D art.
Well now you have to mirror the design and do Football.