Buckethead litho

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Buckethead litho

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Long time in the making, made the litho months ago and finally got around to making the light box
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fresh off the cnc
fresh off the cnc
light box in the making
light box in the making
LED strip added
LED strip added
I put a plexi mirror in the back to increase light saturation
I put a plexi mirror in the back to increase light saturation
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For size perspective - Though it is backlit green doesn't pop very well with light shining on it
For size perspective - Though it is backlit green doesn't pop very well with light shining on it
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Think I've seen that large one in another of your posts Doug...but STILL amazed at the detail:)
Glad you got it all together!!
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Nice work !
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scottp55 wrote:Think I've seen that large one in another of your posts Doug...but STILL amazed at the detail:)
Glad you got it all together!!
scott
Might have posted the 1st pic holding it up to the light months back, figured I'd post it complete with box.

Really need a better system for the boxes, light is fine but mdf always looks rough on the edges, plus I don't even bother to cut 45's to join the pieces, which looks tacky.
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