Playing with photos

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#1

New to this, but finding ways to combine my hobbies. I still shoot black & white film, so I have a trove of contrasty images suited to engraving. I’ve also put time into other projects combining etch-and-cut layers to add dimension. This is a combo of the two (the original image follows).


#2

Cool technique! :grinning:


#3

Thanks. Still tweaking, but there are possibilities. Started out messing with setting text plaques with a similar technique.


#4

I really like this multi-level engraving. An interesting alternative to 3D engraving. I’ll be looking forward to seeing more!


#5

Described more here: Dimensional Fun


#6

I really like what you did with both the photo and the signs on the other post.

Yet another thing on my list :slight_smile:


#7

The smoke stain really works with that sign! :sunglasses:


#8

I am new the Glowforge. Could you give me some tip on creating photo’s ? Do I just upload it and go for it or is there a trick to it? Again, I’m super new and a bit hesitant


#9

I love the photo! Very funny. :slight_smile:


#10

Being new to the glowforge, you could probably use this, and a search here for “photo engraving” will get you started!


#11

Thank you. I need to spend some time on it,


#12

Yes, that’s the only one I leave the masking on. It lends the right feel.


#13

My son at 10. He thought he was pretty cool.


#14

I like the T-shirt The Who (?) with the arrow pointing up to a half (aka anonymous) face in the style of Elliott Erwitt.


#15

Both are very nice!