Looks good - but sand that shit dude. Also, if you're going CNC you should try to take full advantage of it. You can easily refine the pieces to get rid of redundant material and / or go ornate with it.
Well - if that's your first go at it, then awesome! CNC / other fabrication tools are great.
next up is finally learning to use the laser cutters.
Sorry about the giant photos, I'll try & post a process thread on vac-forming , it's not that hard to do, I use a flash dryer, shop vac & wood for the molds. Yeah I spelled recommended wrong.
Last edited by Work Of The Devil; 05-08-2009 at 05:31 AM.
So let me start off by saying maybe not the coolest of images, however if you take into consideration that these are for 10' x 30' banners for a city of buffalo waterfront summer concert series not too bad. I'm pretty stoked that we talked the city into a buffalo pirate theme. All vector illustrations. Two of the banners will be made, one on each side of the stage, with the right side flipped so that the ships are both point outward from the stage. Working on a top banner 30 x 3' that goes across the top of the stage. Two swallows on each side pinching a banner with the areas largest bank logo inside. I know I'm a whore... but hey the Hero kids have bills to pay.