The mirror has been developed by my husband and me.did you just experiment or did you find an instructable for this?
The Mirror it's about 1 x 1.4 meters, but I've used the mask divided in parts of 0.6 x 0.4 meters to make the process easier. (It would have been very difficult to stick such a big vinyl in a single piece).Yes, your mirror turned out awesome! I really like it. How big is the size? or how big of a mask did you use?
GraciasEllas son muy bonitas.
A friend has recently started doing similar things, but using a sand blaster instead of acid. I'll be sure to show him this thread - I know he'll be impressed.
thanks, you're very niceVery very cool, and thanks for the lesson! I love your unique ink!
thanks for the info, I didn't know this machine (as I use the professional that I have at work), I'll think about this, it's a great choiceHobby Lobby sells a "sand etch starter kit" that is easy to use and runs on compressed air canisters like the ones used to clean keyboards. I've used it on steel so I know it works fairly well. For a sanding booth, I just use a plastic storage tote that I cut holes in the side of and a piece of plexi on top.
it's a pleasure to hear that from a recognized prop maker like you. I know you from the Indiana Jones spanish Forum (film that we both like :cool) I also made some modest replicas of Indy, you can see them here:This was a first test ? Wow ! :eek