LED Light | Sculpture Light with Wood, Resin & LED

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Mind Made Design's - DIY : Nice made

Andys Holzkiste : Hello, the lamp has become fantastic. You have my respect and I take my hat off to you. Greetings from Andy from Germany

The Restroom : I'll sub for a cool lamp and super watchable diy instructions, thanks for sharing :)

HIPHOP TELETUBY world of josh : Truly amazing work subbed right away 😀

jason sanders : Excellent idea well done subbed to see what you get upto in future good luck

Jb B : Very creative!  I too think LED lights are pretty cool.  I may give this an attempt next summer when its a bit warmer.  Thanks for sharing

صلاح الكندري : 👍👍👍👍

Loren Nason : Great job.

Lars Turner : Nice job!

Kyle Kurek : 4:09 I wad waiting for you to fix that. Awesome video

Andi Setyaki : Is the beutyfull art

Микро Тех : Мастеру респект!! Молодец!

TheOski40 : great job... !!!!


Jonny Darke : I have to say I really love the organic and modern feel to the piece, Good work!

Oliver Meissner : Echt klasse gemacht sieht super aus 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

rhampton67 : Beautiful piece! Now on my project list. What brand of resin did you use?

Koroba Gor : Big pour. Minimal cracking. Well done. I find vibration & a plumbers torch reduces bubbles. Did the 'glow powder' settle? Lovely effect. Wonder if it's possible to get the swirl effect u envisioned? I might let resin cook a little b4 adding it. Look 4ward 2 other projects.

JHDeery : Awesome project! How were you able to pour so much rain so quickly with minor cracking? And how does you dye it? I love this project. Thanks for sharing!

Davi Jou : rrrrealll coool!

Caren Barnet : Thank you for sharing your intriguing lamp. Love your ideas... From Caren in South Australia.

Caren Barnet : Thank you for sharing your intriguing lamp. Loves your ideas...

Kaye Findley : This is very cool. I use a heat gun to get rid of the bubbles, and it does the trick for me, and also pour in layers, and let it set for a few hours before pouring another layer. Some people use a chef’s torch but I prefer the heat gun. I hope you will do more projects with resin, you’re lamp is lovely. New Subscriber by the way. 😉

UCanDoIt2 : Nicely done...  Thanks for sharing!!!!

Felix rivera gonzalez : So beautiful art, I will do it without cutting the angle saw. My respect for you! Thank you.

Steven Fosbrook : I attempted to turn a rotten piece of wood into a cross with led lights set in. Would have been really cool but it went horribly wrong. Took a few tips of you in this video, thanks. I think we both realise now to pour in stages and/or to coat the wood so it doesn't absorb, yet to find out what I can use for this, I am going to try to brush a thin layer of epoxy on and add several layers poured into mould every 4 hours. It's really fun isn't it :)

oooooggmm : Wow sorprendido con su trabajo. Saludos desde el Salvador. Wow so impressed with your work. From el salvador

Modustrial Maker : This is really cool!

صلاح الكندري : 👏👏👍

Mike Canaris : Very cool,you need more led lights..that tube needed to go all the way up.

dirtdiver59 : impressive work! congratulations!

Patrick Schultka : Well done. Nice job

Виталий Дубаносов : Hello! Ok! Ok! Оk!

Sam Dowie : Nice project. Thanks for sharing 😊

Chestnut Ridge Workshop : That is a cool lamp!!

Kyle Henry : Cool project. Did you think about drilling the hole after your resin set? Also maybe drill it almost the way thru, that should help with the light issue.

nnamdi chris ume : It has an otherworldly effect something from magic land.

Mohamed Seeker : You are a wonderful artist and I am very impressed with you, great work

John Collette : excellent!

fabio stesicoro : I just want to marry you!!!!! no jokes