The production process of shadow carving consists of five steps: material selection, cutting, polishing, drafting, and carving. The choice and polishing of the stone are crucial for shadow carving. Cutting involves using a cutting machine to transform large stone blocks into various sizes and thicknesses of black stone slabs. Polishing entails using polishing tools to refine the rough stone surface into a smooth and glossy plane. Drafting involves outlining the conceived design on the stone slab, delineating the light and dark areas, as well as creating depth and perspective. Carving includes shaping, initial carving, detailed carving, and refining. The tools used for production are alloy steel chisels of various sizes and thicknesses. By striking the stone slab with these chisels, white circles and dots are formed. After countless chisel strikes, these dots transform into lines, and the lines evolve into patterns, creating a “embroidery” of sorts on the stone surface.