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  1. Nice start. I'm looking forward to seeing the progress. Only thing that comes to mind without a border is you have to put holes in your work.
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    That is timely, and looks good. Nice work.
  3. Thanks. I haven't made any more dice cups yet, but when I do I'll add them here. I thought about doing some for games that require lots of dice like Warhammer (they have different factions or armies so you could make a variety) or maybe with art inspired by the different D&D campaigns (they have published dozens to choose from). Table top gamers love their dice. Thanks very much.
  4. That looks awesome. Nice touch with the feathers at the elbow.
  5. Thanks. The vertical seam on this cup is different than all the previous ones. I posted photos of those earlier in this thread. This time I made a mistake though. I didn't measure the circumference of the bottom carefully enough and the barrel ended up too long so that it overlapped around. I had a dilemma whether to throw away the bottom or leave it overlapped and I chose the latter. Anyways, the seam overlaps. It's badly done. Ha! Dice cups are fun to make and my nerd friends like them. I look forward to seeing what you make.
  6. Thanks. I'm glad you like it. I've just about finished it now. I'm trying to find something that will help ensure the paint doesn't wear off, and also won't make it too shiny. Overall, I'm fairly happy with how it has turned out. I really need to work on my stitching though. Here are the results.
  7. Work in progress on this dice cup. I dyed it dark brown, but wasn't happy with the results. So I have been painting it with acrylic hobby store paint. The crest has worked out well and the dungeon wall is coming along. I have yet to draw or design the lid.
  8. Sweet looking skull! Nice work.
  9. Thanks. I've started another dice cup inspired by the art of Darkest Dungeon. Here is a work in progress picture.
  10. Looks great. I thought it was going to be armor from the title, but that's just me. Ha.
  11. A friend dislikes wallets that feel like he has a 2" x 4" in his pocket, so I made this as thin and plain as I could. Just two pieces of leather to make a folding pocket for bills and two slits for cards. He wanted it all black, but I used a little copper acrylic paint.
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