One hurdle I'm finding is the resin doesn't really go very far given how much it costs, especially when I am in the learning stages and still wasting a fair amount of my material. Waste is frustrating more when all the material is made essentially from scratch. Every single process along the way can spell disaster if I screw it up because no matter where I am in that process, I've already put in a lot of time and work. As I keep moving forward I think one of the goals is going to be building up an inventory of material. I've got more screws coming in brass and black, I need to get more paper in more colors and I've got an almost endless list of combinations I want to try.
|This one doesn't quite have the finish that I am looking for so it listed for a little less. Still learning, still getting the hang of the whole process and how things should be done. Making stupid mistakes, but having fun.|
|Six cards with room to spare. This unit came in at 7/16ths thick so it's very slim.|
|You can see a little different style. I can hardly contain myself from moving on to other designs. I feel it's important to nail down one before I move on to others.|