Hey all! I’ve been lurking here for a long while, watching all the cool projects you folks are making. I’ve finally come up with something I made on the GF that I thought was worth sharing:
My daughter had a school project to do a “biome diorama”. Her biome was the Taiga, and she had found a cool picture that she wanted to use as a reference. I’m no good at 3D modelling, but with a little Illustrator time, and some staining and gluing, we were able to come up with this shadowbox diorama. I like the way it turned out, and wanted to share it.
Thanks to everyone here for the awesome project ideas!
Never has it been easier or quicker for me to transform an idea into reality. Looks like 7 layers that give it that cool depth. Yeah, thanks for sharing that
Wow, that turned out really well. Thanks for sharing. There are so many school project ahead.
All those layers of different woods add up to amazing!
Wow, I always love seeing these multilayered projects. If you wanted to do something similar, you could try making a lightbox!
Alright, so as I said in another topic, I would try to be a little more active in the community instead of hiding in the shadows all the time. With that said, I was scrolling through YouTube and happened upon a video that I think a few of our peers here would like to try out ( as well as a few of us wanting to see the glowforge do some more work
As you can see in the screenshots I grabbed, these are amazing lightboxes that have layered cardstock to project an amazing image when done. S…
Really nice … The dark shadowed area at the front and the sun to the back. Nice!
You get an A in this class.
Thanks everyone for the kind words. I’ve got to say, this is a great community, I’ve learned a lot of great ideas. Thanks to everyone for sharing your expertise!