I finally got around to mounting my laser cut Lord of the Rings “Fellowship” piece.
I decided to 3D print some spacers, mount it on a piece of lumber, and add some cool LED lighting behind.
I think the family tie-dye project was a huge success!
The other night I was feeling a little artsie, and decided to design a something using words
that could be spelt from the periodic table of elements. Enjoy
Last night the family and I enjoyed the Austin Civic Orchestra. The concert was titled Out of this World!, and featured Gustav Holst’s “The Planets“:
- Mars, the Bringer of War
- Venus, the Bringer of Peace
- Mercury, the Winged Messenger
- Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity
- Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age
- Uranus, the Magician
- Neptune, the Mystic
Our two boys (9 yrs and 10 yrs) loved it!
I asked my eldest if it was like he imagined; his reply was no, he assumed it would be in a school cafeteria. Needless to say, he was impressed at the scene.
Found a awesome map of Middle Earth awhile back online, the map is printed on fabric and look amazing!
The map is now framed, and hangs on our mantle along with Ichigo Kurosaki’s Zanpakutō.