My husband found this design on the net and we both liked it. I found the source, but not the name of the artist. We both liked it a lot and we’re in the process of trying to make it.
My husband used the CNC table and the computerized torch to cut this out. The piece is about 3-1/2 feet wide and about 2 feet from top to bottom. The piece is so much work for the torch that it overheated. We had to stop the cutting process and wait for the torch to cool down, and then start it up again, fingers crossed it would remember where it was in the design. Thankfully, it did. My husband still ended up having to cut out parts of it by hand.
He made the blue moon separately so that we could mount it on a spacer. We’ll attach it to the main piece through the back with a screw to give the piece more of a 3-dimensional quality.
I marked the metal yesterday.
If we can get our a/c fixed today, I’ll start the painting soon.
This will be a really difficult piece to paint. There is a LOT of great shading on the piece, making the sun look 3-D, for example, and the rays look curled up and wavy. I’ll give it my best shot.
This is the first piece we’ve seen in quite a while that got us excited about cutting out and making something. If it turns out all right, we plan to hang it on the wall in our office.