2024-03-24 (Su) RADARBadge accessory Ms Pac-Man bow

I wanted to make a spinning bowtie but used the proportions from Ms Pac-Man's hair bow. As a standalone graphic, it is recognizable as a low-resolution bow, but once people know the origin, it should be well-received. I made a grid in CAD and then hatched squares to make the design. When I imported the design, I needed a version that was just the border to create a board outline and another with the grid. Even though I made the bow in color, the copies will depend on the color of the PCB soldermask. The two squares near the center will be tinned copper and look silver.

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