Ian's projects

I’ve been remiss in posting anything here that I’ve made recently and I’m hoping to start making more things in the coming months! So I decided to take a page out of Frank’s book & put together a single page of everything I’ve made/am making & then anything that I find specifically interesting/involved or that others find interesting, I can break out in to a more detailed post.

Without any further adieu, the Midian Fez:
For those that don’t know it, I’m a member of the Midian Shrine & for a fund raiser I was making steel fez’s:

Of course, in order to make the Fez’s, I had to build my Plasma Table:
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Masks:
What would 2020-2021 have been without makers making masks? Here are a few of my choice designs:


Mask’s for my go-kart unit, with our logo on it in HTV

Signs (I really need to start getting pictures after I paint them):


For my nephew for his wedding


For the head of Midian Shrine’s wife for last year


Some quick permanenet vinyl paws for Project Graduation’s keepsake thumb drives

Finally, some 3D modeling in Fusion to help a friend out that had broken a part on his model trains & he isn’t able to purchase replacements parts anymore. He happened to have 1 intact, so I was able to get the measurements off of that one to base the model from:


Original


Model


Replacement

Okay, I’ll try to update more often, so there isn’t quite so much!

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At some point over the last year, I followed in @Frank’s footsteps and got a Cricut Maker. I’ve been having a ton of fun with it, but I’ve been remiss on posting on here about that & my other builds.

Starting off with some chemical wood burning for wedding presents:



This is cool because you cut vinyl on the cricut, then use that as a mask for the chemicals. Then you just use a heat gun to “burn it”.

Next up, some designs for my wife & sister for their summer fun:

And finally, an anniversary present for a friend. I really need to get better at taking pictures of finished projects before I send them off!

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