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Made out of 3 Nickels and 3 paper clips.
Draw out what you think looks like a monster. Once you settle on your design, make an exploded drawing of your monster.
Nickels work great because they are mostly made out of copper which hammers well. They are also the same through out. If you use a quarter, you’ll ...
Using a ball point pen trace the shapes of the monster with moderate pressure. This will cause the pieces to cut away from the paper leaving you with ...
Cut out the pieces with tin snips. Leave plenty of room to work in the shape. Use a fine grain grinding attachment and mount it into your drill press....
Use a scouring pad to help remove tool marks. Use 1000 grit sand paper to further smooth. Because the pieces are so small I found it easier to place t...
Needles are made out of a denser metal then nickels so they work well. Form the embossing shapes out of the needles. Place the nickel on a hard sur...
Use a paper clip and wrap it around a round shaft to make rings. Cut the rings apart and use them to connect all the pieces together. Make a chain ...
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