I got a request to build a lightweight icosahedron that was sturdy enough it could be thrown around for a family game. I decided to make a hollow one out of corrugated plastic, screwed to an internal frame. I think if i had to build another, i would just use foamboard and serious glue to completely leave out the screws.
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This is a cardboard prototype I put together for a custom icosahedron order I may be building for someone on etsy. The final will be made of sturdier materials. This prototype was mostly to determine size, which was a little too big.
About a month ago I made a bracelet completely out of LEGO Technic parts. It worked out pretty nicely and I couldn’t find anyone else that was making something similar, so I thought I would try selling them on etsy. It just stinks that LEGO is such an expensive medium to make things with.
I recently sold some solid wood d20 widgets (icosahedrons) through my Etsy store, so I thought I’d post a picture. If anyone else is interested in some, or dodecahedrons, please leave a comment here or at my store.
It’s been a long time since I posted anything, lots of projects on the side. This was a commission I got through Etsy for the whole Teen Titans crew in the same style as one of my Inktober doodles. I didn’t want to post this until it was mailed and received by the customer.
I sold my first item on etsy.com the other day so I took a picture with the little thank you card be for throwing it in the mail. Hope they are a happy customer.
I finally got around to offering a few things on etsy.com.