Working with RHINO 3D and other software I create the shapes of jewelry objects to sell, art objects to explore new ideas, machine parts that enable interesting projects and game pieces for a variety of hobby and leisure fun.
Developing ideas for other people is fun also.
If you want somebody to try giving life to your idea, let me know!
Hub for assembling a model of the "buckeyball" fullerene molecule and other interesting geometries. Sixty hubs and ninety dowels are required to create a full model. I cut my dowels out of bamboo skewers.
A playful twisting of shapes mindful of eyes and trumpets, this ring is not quite round about the shank as it is intended to conform to the actual shape of a human finger. One size is posted, other sizes are available upon request.
This square spiral design is inspired by ancient Egyptian art. At the "base" scale offered it has a 5mm thickness. That will be a robust, if expensive design in metal, and a fun piece in brightly colored plastic. Changes in size are available through the Co-Creator program. For changes in design, please contact me directly.
This smoothly curved bracelet has eight sockets for tiles you choose to glue into them. See my Squiral Tiles for one example. Alternatively, you could glue your own tiles of stone, wood, ceramic, etc. Of course, other stores might also choose to develop their own tiles for this design. Each socket is 20mm wide by 18mm tall by 2mm deep. Remember to design a slightly SMALLER tile (gee, how did I find that out?) and have fun with it! The inside diameter of this bracelet is 64mm. What larger sizes would you like to see?