Ross Wease sent in these sandblasted projects through the submission form which consists of glass signs, a stone and a wood sign! Technically, I call the stone a sign as well since it displays an establishment. This is a great post because I have been wanting to discuss sandblasting wood signs, so I hope this gives you an idea.
At least three of his projects shown required the sandcarving process.
Remember to click the photos to see an enlarged version! He shared the below:
A few sandblasted projects.
I mainly blast signs in wood, stone and glass. Lately, I have been doing more art work with multiply layers in glass. Having an LED light at night makes them look even better. Polishing the edges of the glass will help reflect the light back into the glass and brighten the project overall. Sandblasting in wood is always interesting as each board varies with the grain — no two are alike. Stone also can bring a surprise in color and texture.
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