This is AMAZING! I'm a collector of all things rhino, and I used to have a resin rhino head that was from a beer company... I was so sad when it broke, but this is waaaaaaay better! I may have to try my hand at this someday. Thank you for sharing!!
Wow! I just spent 2 hours looking through this entire gallery! You all are amazing! I may finally be getting up the nerve to get in to a swap... All of those potion cabinets and adorable stuffed Snapes have really gotten me motivated! Fantastic job!!
I've been admiring swap galleries for 6 years, but this one makes me want to get all of my required posts, so I can particpate in a swap! All of these are amazing!! I love all things tiny, and the little felties and amis are awesome!
Thank you all for the wealth information in this thread! I received my Yudu yesterday (or Yoda as my gf calls it: "tshirts make you will" lol) and cannot wait to get started.
I used to work at a screenprinting shop and have been thinking of setting up a mini shop in my basement for a few years now, but just haven't have the funds to dedicate to it, but I found the yudu on amazon for $127 with free shipping and couldn't pass it up!
Has anyone found a good liquid emulsion they could share? I saw a post about the yudu hack kit, but I'd rather just buy the recommended brand directly...
If you live near Toronto, there is a wonderful Metalsmitihing school at Georgian in Barrie... I live in NW PA, and seriosly considered going there, but it's way expensive for a "foreign student" hahaha. You should look into it! I'm currently in the middle of my first metal fabricating class at a University near me, and it's the most fun and the best investment I've made in a long time... Good Luck!
Haha, HP nerd here, too! I think you should stencil Hermione on a shirt with her quote regarding Viktor Krum... It was something like "they wouldn't look twice at him if he couldn't do that wonky-faint thing" I loved that. I laughed so much, I almost made Wonky Faint my AIM name! Be sure to post what you decide to do.
I also read that Ready Made article, and I'm looking forward to someone posting pics of a finished product. Anything that we can do to re-use beer bottles would be great, and who would have ever thought of glasses? Every day I stop in here I am completely blown away by everyone's crafty brilliance!