Small but not too fiddly

One of the attractions of using the laser cuter is its high degree of accuracy - and another is that you get a clean edge. It’s great to make sculptures that are small and intricate and don’t require endless hand finishing. So the real work with this piece was initially creating the paths (vectors) using Inkscape. The design stems from a pencil drawing and the sculpture is made from clear and translucent perspex. This piece is about 140mm tall. But the joy of vectors is that with minimal extra work it could be made any size.