The advantage of using a computer to make art is that you can achieve the precision of complex designs with ease. I have not completely decided on my project yet, but I would like to use a laser cuter to do some cuts and engravings on recycled cardboard, wood, or paper.
My first inspiration came from this video, where a complex geometric design is engraved in wood.
Others have taken the idea of laser engraving art and added color to it through “laser cut origami.” They make little cuts in paper which are then folded to open slits revealing a colored background. Check it out below.
I think it is likely that I will end up going on something similar to the colored origami route, but combine it with the mandala laser cut idea, combining laser cut cardboard/wood/paper with unused acrylic paints.
I may use this acrylic pouring method to create a background