Lot of things I would do differently on the second go round, but was a fun project none the less. When lumber prices jumped decided to put a bunch of old pallets to good use. Started out with a stock image of wolf howling. Had bunch left over plexi from previous project, all cut down to 8x8. Took those, broke the original image down, mirrored it, so etching would be on back.
The hard part was finding the signatures for each individual quote, converting to dxf file that was capable of being uploaded in CAM software. Then had to mirror them on back of pieces. All machining was slowly done with a 1/16" flat end mill or a 60 degree vcarve.
I would completely change design if started over, but I was just using material and lighting I had on hand. Don't pay attention to the light fixtures, was just throwing things up to see what worked best. In future I was use plexi with a slight blue tint, it reflects and projects the light better to make each quote stand out. Live and learn, probably tackle another one some day.
Tried to sharpen photos, just phone pics.