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Offline JT_Sea

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Starting keycap crafting
« on: Tue, 12 April 2016, 23:03:42 »
So, I've found many awesome caps that I can't come close to affording. I figured I might as well give making one a shot.

I thought I'd start with something I like - video games.







So far I'm fairly happy with how this is turning out. From what I've been told the teeth as they are won't cast well, so I think I'm going to redo them.

Now to track down a toaster oven, and order some stuff from reynolds advanced materials.

And any input would be appreciated.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 12 April 2016, 23:11:05 »
Looks good overall! I would recommend two things to make casting easier. I would make the mouth solid, and carve the teeth, so there isn't an actual gap in the mouth (if that makes sense, just so that there's no nooks or crannies when you're casting that will make the mold all wonky). I would also angle the leaves up a bit, so that they aren't also parallel to the top of the mold. It would make it easier to pull out of the mold, even if you only angle it 20 degrees or so.

Great progress so far though, can't wait to see what else you'll make  :thumb:

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #2 on: Tue, 12 April 2016, 23:31:23 »
Looks good overall! I would recommend two things to make casting easier. I would make the mouth solid, and carve the teeth, so there isn't an actual gap in the mouth (if that makes sense, just so that there's no nooks or crannies when you're casting that will make the mold all wonky). I would also angle the leaves up a bit, so that they aren't also parallel to the top of the mold. It would make it easier to pull out of the mold, even if you only angle it 20 degrees or so.

Great progress so far though, can't wait to see what else you'll make  :thumb:

I think I get what you are saying. I'll take it into consideration, thanks!

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #3 on: Thu, 14 April 2016, 22:51:54 »
I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.




Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #4 on: Sat, 16 April 2016, 22:29:07 »
After letting the piranha plant sit for a few days, I think I'll start that one over again. Its not really conveying anything good.

But in the mean time I've started working on other caps for the Super Mario series. I thought the goomba would be a good candidate.




This guy can definitely use some finishing, but overall I'm happy with the first pass.

As always input is appreciated

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #5 on: Sun, 17 April 2016, 06:09:20 »
If that goomba is small enough to not hit the caps around it that's looking great, and piranha plant v2 looks easier to cast and more comfortable to press - definite progress :thumb:
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #6 on: Sun, 17 April 2016, 07:29:18 »
How do you actually make those?
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #7 on: Sun, 17 April 2016, 21:09:11 »
How do you actually make those?
@iLLucionist currently I'm just sculpting these out of Super Sculpey http://www.ebay.com/itm/251644946799?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT. Next step is to actually bake them, so they harden and from there I can start the casting process.
If that goomba is small enough to not hit the caps around it that's looking great, and piranha plant v2 looks easier to cast and more comfortable to press - definite progress :thumb:
@suicidal_orange So far I think it is. I actually don't have a mech at home, just in the office. I'll have to cart the lil goomba in tomorrow and see.π

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #8 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 04:25:23 »
How do you actually make those?
@iLLucionist currently I'm just sculpting these out of Super Sculpey http://www.ebay.com/itm/251644946799?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT. Next step is to actually bake them, so they harden and from there I can start the casting process.

Really cool, thanks for the info!
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #9 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 10:14:12 »
Boo hiss - I made this fella a lil to big. I'll have to try sanding it down now that I baked it. I may also just try and make a V2, we'll see what shapes up.



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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #10 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 10:15:14 »
Boo hiss - I made this fella a lil to big. I'll have to try sanding it down now that I baked it. I may also just try and make a V2, we'll see what shapes up.

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Looks nice. Can you actually push that cap down?
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #11 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 10:17:20 »
Want a Goomba.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #12 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 10:29:50 »
Boo hiss - I made this fella a lil to big. I'll have to try sanding it down now that I baked it. I may also just try and make a V2, we'll see what shapes up.

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Looks nice. Can you actually push that cap down?

@iLLucionist - nope not yet, thats what the boo-hiss was all about. The goomba needs to go on a diet.

I'm going to try sanding it down tonight, and if that doesn't work out I will make another one.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #13 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 17:30:02 »
The goomba needs to go on a diet.

I'm going to try sanding it down tonight, and if that doesn't work out I will make another one.

I'll say, that thing is enormous! Like the design though, I really like the idea of squishing Goombas :D

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #14 on: Mon, 18 April 2016, 23:39:20 »
Started working on Goomba V1.5






Definitely a rough pass right now, hopefully I can get some more time in tomorrow and make this lil fella look better.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #15 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 06:00:08 »
Started working on Goomba V1.5

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Definitely a rough pass right now, hopefully I can get some more time in tomorrow and make this lil fella look better.

Nice attempts! Are you going to paint them over? Or leave them as is?
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #16 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 08:23:15 »
I like the one with eyebrows. Can't imagine a Goomba without 'em!

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #17 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 10:42:14 »
Nice attempts! Are you going to paint them over? Or leave them as is?
@iLLucionist - just sold my planck on /r/mechmarket to fund the purchase of casting materials.

I like the one with eyebrows. Can't imagine a Goomba without 'em!
@romevi the eyebrows totally make the goomba, we'll see if I get to the point where I can add them to the grey one tonight.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #18 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 23:42:36 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #19 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 23:44:47 »
Looking good so far! Are you going to add pupils?

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #20 on: Tue, 19 April 2016, 23:54:45 »
Looking good so far! Are you going to add pupils?

You know I'm not certain, I had some on there earlier and then took them off. Maybe I'll give it another go and post some photos.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #21 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 00:11:28 »
I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.


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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #22 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 04:05:10 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?
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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #23 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 04:37:18 »
I think it looks very promising so far! It'd be interesting to see the goomba in different colourways!

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #24 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 04:40:37 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?

I think those will be used to make molds.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #25 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 07:23:11 »
I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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That's.... odd.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #26 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 07:54:11 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?
Casting supplies should be here tomorrow, just in time for all sorts of new learning.

I think it looks very promising so far! It'd be interesting to see the goomba in different colourways!
I'm excited to make a large bowl of rejects! Then maybe after that I'll have something worth showing :D

Updates

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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?

I think those will be used to make molds.

Yes sir.

I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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That's.... odd.
Was that from the super mario movie? I'm wondering if its supposed to be the piranha plant.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #27 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 08:21:24 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?
Casting supplies should be here tomorrow, just in time for all sorts of new learning.

I think it looks very promising so far! It'd be interesting to see the goomba in different colourways!
I'm excited to make a large bowl of rejects! Then maybe after that I'll have something worth showing :D

Updates

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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?

I think those will be used to make molds.

Yes sir.

I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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That's.... odd.
Was that from the super mario movie? I'm wondering if its supposed to be the piranha plant.

Isn't it Little Shop of Horrors?

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #28 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 12:26:58 »
Loving your goombas! Keep up the progress! Would love to see finished products.  :thumb:

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #29 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 12:48:54 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?
Casting supplies should be here tomorrow, just in time for all sorts of new learning.

I think it looks very promising so far! It'd be interesting to see the goomba in different colourways!
I'm excited to make a large bowl of rejects! Then maybe after that I'll have something worth showing :D

Updates

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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?

I think those will be used to make molds.

Yes sir.

I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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That's.... odd.
Was that from the super mario movie? I'm wondering if its supposed to be the piranha plant.

Isn't it Little Shop of Horrors?
Yes Little Shop of Horrors. Fun fact I recently saw a interview with Rick Moranis saying it took 52 puppeteers for the giant plant. Great cult movie.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #30 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 14:07:50 »
I've never seen little shop of horrors.

Loving your goombas! Keep up the progress! Would love to see finished products.  :thumb:
Thanks! Should have some bad castings next week.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #31 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 22:58:25 »
Little sanding and finishing touches on the goomba tonight. Went for the pupils.




Casting supplies should be in tomorrow, so new things to start working on.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #32 on: Wed, 20 April 2016, 23:59:36 »
Little sanding and finishing touches on the goomba tonight. Went for the pupils.

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Casting supplies should be in tomorrow, so new things to start working on.

Ha ha! The pupils definitely make it better.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #33 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 07:37:37 »
Ha ha! The pupils definitely make it better.

Agreed! I was on the fence about them until I had them on there, then popped them off for a hot second.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #34 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 13:09:53 »
Little sanding and finishing touches on the goomba tonight. Went for the pupils.

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Casting supplies should be in tomorrow, so new things to start working on.

Man he keeps getting better and better! Nice updates!  :thumb:

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« Reply #35 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 14:00:15 »

Man he keeps getting better and better! Nice updates!  :thumb:
:thumb: be prepared for massively bad things to show up for a while.

On another note, anyone have any other ides for Super Mario themed caps? I've got a few, but would be interested to know what everyone else thinks.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #36 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 19:40:20 »
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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?
Casting supplies should be here tomorrow, just in time for all sorts of new learning.

I think it looks very promising so far! It'd be interesting to see the goomba in different colourways!
I'm excited to make a large bowl of rejects! Then maybe after that I'll have something worth showing :D

Updates

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Needs some smoothing up, but overall I'm currently happy with it.

Looks really cool. Is that the final state or are you also going to paint it?

I think those will be used to make molds.

Yes sir.

I've been working on making this cap a little smaller. Here are the updates.
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Still tracking down a taster oven that is not total trash.

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That's.... odd.
Was that from the super mario movie? I'm wondering if its supposed to be the piranha plant.

Isn't it Little Shop of Horrors?
Yes Little Shop of Horrors. Fun fact I recently saw a interview with Rick Moranis saying it took 52 puppeteers for the giant plant. Great cult movie.

This picture makes me want to watch Little Shop of Horrors and Strange Brew <3 A few dozen times is not enough!

I like what you have going on here. I noticed that the new goomba seems to be a completely different style when compared to the original goomba. What is that about?

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #37 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 22:22:14 »
I like what you have going on here. I noticed that the new goomba seems to be a completely different style when compared to the original goomba. What is that about?

I had to do some re-jiggering of the shape of the goomba. The first one was really fat, so i was able to taper it under at towards the base and that added a lot of nice shape. I also used a different super sculpey for the littler one.

Thanks for looking so closely at my work!

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #38 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 22:29:36 »
So I got a package from UPS today!



I wanted to get the little goomba into a mold right away, and as you can tell I don't have a dedicated working space. Well, lets just say I didn't want to mix up chemicals under my infant sons bedroom. So I just did a quick and dirty mixup outside on the recycling bin.





This is the oomoo 30, so its has a long cure time. I won't know whats happening with it until the morning. So until then enjoy my janky first mix.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #39 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 22:30:10 »
I like what you have going on here. I noticed that the new goomba seems to be a completely different style when compared to the original goomba. What is that about?

I had to do some re-jiggering of the shape of the goomba. The first one was really fat, so i was able to taper it under at towards the base and that added a lot of nice shape. I also used a different super sculpey for the littler one.

Thanks for looking so closely at my work!

Haha, don't stop sculpting. :thumb:

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #40 on: Thu, 21 April 2016, 22:48:29 »
I like what you have going on here. I noticed that the new goomba seems to be a completely different style when compared to the original goomba. What is that about?

I had to do some re-jiggering of the shape of the goomba. The first one was really fat, so i was able to taper it under at towards the base and that added a lot of nice shape. I also used a different super sculpey for the littler one.

Thanks for looking so closely at my work!

Haha, don't stop sculpting. :thumb:
Thanks! I'll keep it up.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #41 on: Fri, 22 April 2016, 09:13:40 »
Great work man! Love to see your progress, can't get enough Mario themed stuff :)

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« Reply #42 on: Sat, 23 April 2016, 21:38:36 »
Great work man! Love to see your progress, can't get enough Mario themed stuff :)
Thanks brother! I'm very glad to hear the 'can't get enough Mario themed" line, as I may or may not have a few more ideas planned out.

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« Reply #43 on: Sat, 23 April 2016, 21:49:02 »
Okay update time!

First off, I totally messed up the the 2nd part of the first mold. I completely forgot to grab the petroleum jelly, and make sprus. so.. yeah that was 12 hours of waiting for curing down the drain.

However I was able to remember those vital steps the next time around!


and here is the 2nd mold next to the first one. I had to cut that one up to get the goomba out.. Also notice my excellent consistency in the mixture amounts.

Spru!


And now the more exciting part.









Darth goomba is a little wobbly on the stem, and naturally has a few bubbles but I'm super stoked on it! I'm casting a yellow one right this moment, and I may have photos before I go to bed.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #44 on: Sat, 23 April 2016, 21:52:34 »
Okay update time!

First off, I totally messed up the the 2nd part of the first mold. I completely forgot to grab the petroleum jelly, and make sprus. so.. yeah that was 12 hours of waiting for curing down the drain.

However I was able to remember those vital steps the next time around!
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and here is the 2nd mold next to the first one. I had to cut that one up to get the goomba out.. Also notice my excellent consistency in the mixture amounts.
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Spru!
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And now the more exciting part.
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Darth goomba is a little wobbly on the stem, and naturally has a few bubbles but I'm super stoked on it! I'm casting a yellow one right this moment, and I may have photos before I go to bed.

Looks great so far! MX stems are pretty hard to work with at first but definitely better than most of my first successes!

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #45 on: Sat, 23 April 2016, 22:18:13 »
Looks great so far! MX stems are pretty hard to work with at first but definitely better than most of my first successes!

Thanks man! I'm super excited about it, and not upset about the stem at all right now. In fact I think this fits better than my admiral clackbar.

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #46 on: Sat, 23 April 2016, 23:03:45 »
Very cool looking :)

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« Reply #47 on: Sun, 24 April 2016, 15:57:45 »
Great progress!! Awesome for a first cast.  :thumb:

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Re: Starting keycap crafting
« Reply #48 on: Sun, 24 April 2016, 18:09:56 »
It almost looks like cola in one of those pictures :)

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« Reply #49 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 10:25:40 »
Great progress!! Awesome for a first cast.  :thumb:
I was very happy with it for the first cast
It almost looks like cola in one of those pictures :)
You know I think you've got the right idea on it. Cola Goomba