Thanks for the share! Really creative technique!
Thank you!!! It’s just fun coming up with ideas.
I made Olomana mountain in the background more peaked just to fill the space.
The first 2 peaks are climbable, the last (or first depending on how you are looking at it) is like a movie prop and narrow, so people fall off the 3rd peak.
is commercial use of the product ok? this is an amazing design
Anything shared in the Free Files section is automatically considered Personal Use Only based on the terms of the Forum.
But individuals can grant additional licenses to others if they so choose. They still own the rights to the files. (For commercial use, I’d get something in writing. Good that you asked.)
That’s really awesome! Looks great!
Thank you it was fun to create!
Right now there is no commercial use permitted. I am selling these. Sorry. It may change in the future.
Thanks! I always feel bad when I say no, but I definitely want to sell these.
thanks. I thought this was the case that’s why asked. its such a wonderful design.
no need to feel bad. its an awesome design. thanks.
You are …… a genius! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you! Glad you like it!
Not a genius by any stretch of the imagination…just love solving problems through design.
Finally had a chance to run a simple base for these - came out pretty good - nothing like yours, just simpler! The shadowbox effect is preserved. I used thick basswood ply.
Here is the file:
ShadowboxCoasters base.svg.zip (363.6 KB)
Looks really good! Simple works great too!
I love these! I have been playing with paper cut light boxes. I could take a bunch of designs and make these. Thanks for sharing the files for the holder! It’s a great way to display them.
Thanks! Would love to see the designs you come up with!
I’m going on vacation and then have a big competition coming up but after that, I’m going to be trying this. I will post my attempts. I hope they end up looking half as good as yours!
I am sure they will!
The holder really turns these coasters into an art peace.