darthrith@sully4433 Hey no problem, I've just uploaded a size 6.5 (inner diameter 16.9 mm) right here : https://www.shapeways.com/product/W9EA2VYAY/?key=a110432d978a07c01961225fd585a828
darthrith Hey @Rileyroo , Nickel may block most of the oxidation but do make sure you're not allergic to it! Polished grey steel is similar to regular stainless steel when it comes to oxidation. Usually I apply some clear nail polish on the inner surface to help reduce the oxidation :)
And here's the link to a size 10, I just uploaded it : http://shpws.me/L3jO
darthrith@nichols5 Hi there, the best way would be to visit a jeweler or measure a ring that already fits you! This should help you figure out how to measure a ring's diameter : http://www.gemgewelry.com/xcitedesign/images/Ring-Size-Chart.jpg
darthrith@Havoc481 Thanks for the info, I expected the coating to be a lot more durable :( I wish your friend all the best with the treatment, and may the power of the Green Lanterns give him strength :)
darthrith@highball2814 Thank you! It wasn't available as no one requested for the size before I put up all the links on this page recently, but I've just uploaded it right here : http://shpws.me/K5kS Thanks again!
darthrith@Havoc481 Hey there, I've just made the material available, so you should be able to select it now : http://shpws.me/H20Q
darthrith Hey @ajluckylu ! Thanks, glad you like it! Nickel Steel is slightly smoother than regular Stainless Steel, but the print lines are still visible. The smoothest, shiniest materials I've seen are silver and brass. Also, make sure you don't have an allergy to nickel :(
darthrith@TannerTenor Hey TannerTenor, I've just uploaded a size 9.5 for you right here : http://shpws.me/IBdE . I've rechecked the availability of Stainless Steel for size 9.25 and it should be okay now :)
darthrith@amandamjacobsen Hey there, it doesn't come with the green paint; check out the FAQ page if you need to learn more :)
darthrith@bRodeE_wAlker Hmm I've tried using a toothpick to slowly fill gaps with paint, but it'll take a lot of patience :P I suggest going out again to get a new brush :)
darthrith@capcadet99 Hey there, so far all of the rings were painted painted by the customers themselves, so I'm not sure of where to find such a service. I do suggest using enamel paints like Testors from art shops, and you can even ask for advice on how to use it :)
darthrith@rinnegann It's probably a common thing but we just didn't know about it :P I live in the tropics so we burn all year long hahah
darthrith@rinnegann Hmm have you tried coating the inner surface with some clear nail polish? Maybe a few coats will increase the thickness :) I'm no jeweler, but I think going a size lower should be sufficient.
darthrith @GeZ_Hey, sorry for the late reply :( I'm not too sure about the brands over in your location, but I've heard that Testors is pretty good (maybe you could ask your local art shop for suggestions). I've tried using a toothpick and found that it works great when you just need to get a little paint into those smaller areas.
darthrith Thanks @GeZ_ ! I can give it a shot, do let me know your ring size :)
darthrith@HackArtist I personally don't prefer materials with patina finishes as I like to polish my rings but I'm thinking that a weathered look with a partially sanded off patina might look cool as well :P