About

“…I don’t want to sell anything bought or processed, or buy anything sold or processed, or process anything sold, bought, or processed, or repair anything sold, bought, or processed. You know, as a career, I don’t want to do that.” -Lloyd Dobler

Making Gear and Dropping Loot.
Almost everything that I make, I made first for myself, for my own use, or for my family and friends because they were things that interest me personally.

I have both a wide range of interests (urban farming, animal breeding, leather tanning, blacksmithing,  machining, wood crafting, casting, welding, sewing, and auto mechanics) and a really long list of projects that I want to work on. So, when I start a project, I work in small batches, keep one for myself, put a few aside for trade, and then immediately retool and move on to the next challenge. This mean that most of what I do is of a limited run and usually one of a kind as I am learning throughout the process and each piece is an improvement on the one before.

If there is a lot of interest is something that I’ve done in the past, I’ll revisit the project, but for the most part I am more interested in taking on new commissions and challenges.