One last box before moving on to something else. I called this one the “Wizard’s Apprentice”.
Incredible use of color and the details are awesome!!!
Can you talk a bit about your process? How you did your colors? How long does it take to get to finished project?
Looks great. Was it hard to paint?
Sure. I wanted to build something that could be an artifact from another time. The artwork is just stuff I found on the web which fit the motif I was looking for. For this project, I used Arteza Alcohol markers because of the blending possibilities. The color combinations seemed to give the effect I was looking for, but are really “just a happy accident” to quote Bob Ross. The gold accents are Testor’s enamel. The finished product was coated with oil based polyurethane. I’d say that once the parts were cut, I spent around 8 ~10 hours finishing it.
Tedious for sure!
Gorgeous! You transformed an otherwise very ordinary box.
there are boxes and then there are BOXES!!!. this is terrific. well done.
Wow, this is remarkable! Really nice!
Intricate! Very cool.
So very detailed and artistic—love it
Good heavens! I would like to apprentice and learn this wizardry.
Thanks! I never really tried anything like this until I got the Glowforge. It has opened up a channel for creativity I didn’t know existed.
that is amazing.
sitting quietly in the corner with his collection of leather Glowforged luggage tags.
Some days are like that around here too.
I am always getting side tracked. I have barely gotten to use my forge