Movie Poster Engrave

While I am prepping for tomorrow, I thought I would run my first engrave. Estimated time 1hr 38min. I could fry 3 turkeys in that time!

I tried map to grays, not exactly what I expected.

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In photo work, mapping to dots is frequently better. Masked/unmasked can make big differences on wood, too.

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I am attempting to fix. I did not move it and will engrave over it. It is a piece of unmasked wood I got from inventables.

You would never be able to guess what it is from the first engrave!

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What a difference! Same art same wood! Last chance to guess.

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Nope! Wouldn’t have guessed! (Turned out great!) :smile:

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BOTH movies… are on my 're-watch list for quiet nights!

Great job.

Also, what do you think, was Childs infected at the end?

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Oh, very nice indeed!

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It is a much better ending if one of the is.

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Very nice! Big fan of the movie.

A while back I used my vinyl cutter to make a shirt. I don’t have a final image but this draft is pretty close to what I did. I mainly changed the shirt color from black to dark heather grey, turned out that worked better. I can share the SVG for the helicopter if anyone likes. When I get my GF, I am planning on making Xmas ornaments like this… A separate helicopter and dog. :slight_smile:

(Edited: whoa weird giant link came along with the original image, reposted it.)

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Looks like you had some successful experimentation. Love the final result!

The photo is lighter than in real life. But it is so delicate I am afraid to scrub it. I going to cover with shellac or polyurethane to make it more durable.

Here are some larger photos.

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