Finally got the files up on my Etsy site after sitting on them for 6 months. LOL
This version also has the chairs so it can be just a Ferris Wheel and can be switched out around the holidays for the Advent Calendar.
Final tally: 17 boards and 438 total pieces. This one was made from 1/8" MDF. And still completely snap-together.
Now on to design something simple!
Hey, just in time for Christmas! If I was going try and make it, I’d have to start now to have it ready by December
As it is, I’m sure I wouldn’t have the patience and it would turn out a hot mess.
HAHAHAHA. It really is easy to put together. The run time is a little long to get everything printed out but you could print it in 2 nights.
As are most of your designs, this is simply stunning.
Thanks! I find I constantly see mistakes in my work. Glad to hear no one else does. LOL
I think we’re all our greatest critics. Even when I make something for someone, I have to reeeeeeealy be careful and not point out the flaws that I see lol
I am that same person!!! LOL
This is awesome, Victor! You’re so brilliant at this. And no glue… sounds like 'no hands, ma".
The only thing, the sound of 17 boards does sound daunting…
LOL. It is a lot to print. But, I feel it’s worth the effort. Of course, Now that I have made 2, one for a present and one so I could take instructionProduct shots, I will never make another one. LOL
When is your next group of miniature furniture coming to Etsy?
That’s an very detailed project. Awesome that you’re selling the files.
I am finishing up the instructions for the living room now. I always seem to have something else to do when it comes to writing instructions. LOL
Kudos for calling out the material thickness. Most people assume it’s all the same. My collection of “Medium” Proofgrade materials vary from .115-.142"…
Thanks. It was a lot of fun to design, and looking back I probably would have done a few things different but ultimately it works.
Yeah, I really want people to understand how important it is when you are dealing with snap together construction. There is a little wiggle room, but not much. LOL
This is beyond freaking awesome, curious though on the moving parts, cork grease or???
Absolutly love your work.
Thank you so much! The axel is actually bearing construction. I wanted it to rotate freely.