During the first quarter of design, my classmates and I worked on a lightbox project. This project mostly took place on Adobe Illustrator CS6, an app that allows users to design a blueprint or design and cut it out via laser cutter. This process required us to design separate layers of wood to create a depth and 3D effect for our landscape which was what our lightbox was themed about. This process/stage in the project was definitely the most time consuming because of color errors and grouping errors. This process required great patience and precision when designing the layers. Then, after we had a completed, errorless design we cut our layers out and painted them in colors of our choice. This stage was probably the most enjoyable stage in the project in my opinion. Last but not least, we assembled the lightbox, we took LED lights and wired them below or around our layers to create a beautiful lightbox. below is the finished lightbox.