Have you been looking for a way to light up a dark corner of your room WITH LITHOPANES? This uses four submersible tea lights, eight glass marbles, and one bamboo skewer cut into four 70mm pieces.
It fits the 100mm lithopanes that can be created so easily at 3dp.rocks. When creating the lithopane, choose "outer curve" shape, and everything else is default (including the 100mm model size). The "Original Draudi" the "Hollow Draudi" were created by BCN3D, thank you!
If you don't want a rotating carousel, this can work just fine as a single plate for two lithopanes, or two plates stacked (4 lithopanes) without the rotation that the Draudi provides.
Fun fact: "Draudi" is a portmanteau of the words "dragon" and the name "Gaudi", the Spanish artist who made the Dragon fountain at Parc Guell in Barcelona. The lithopane I included here shows "La Sagrada Familia", Gaudi's greatest work. Reminder: it must be printed at 100% infill for the image to appear.
Started with Tinkercad to create two basic shapes, exported this directly into Fusion360 (very handy!). Used Fusion 360 to loft the two shapes, add the cutout and LED holders. Then exported to .STL and went back to Tinkercad to add the bamboo holes.