HI, I'm making a guitar for A2 and while looking for inspiration on Google images I searched 'carved guitar body' and found these fantastic 3d designs. We have a router in college that can carve out a photo in 3D on thin material so when light passes through it, the changes in thickness produce the different contrasts to create the photo image. However, as this is designed for thin material it only cuts up to a few millimeters thick and changes in depth are at right angles and not curved (I tried this with a falcon on some thin beech wood and the result was less than satisfactory). I want to create something more like the examples on the websites I found. My teacher suggested to post on a forum to see if anyone knew how you could carve photos into wood, So here I am. Is there any way that i can carve a photo with more depth and dimension?