The robot toy is made up of only two pieces: the body and feet. Grooves cut into the wood set off the arms, waist, and neck. The wood, ash, is tough (think baseball bat swinging for the seats) and will stand up well to loads of play. And everything is finished with a beeswax polish we make ourselves.
Some love from the January 2013 issue of Cincinnati Magazine
I’ve also expanded on the robots page on this site – giving each both their own page and expanding on their back-story. Give it a look.
This past weekend was good. I had a short drive to a show. The show was indoors (no lugging a heavy canopy thank you very much). The show was in an old factory complete with a massive crane. Live music! Best of all I had great feedback and great sales. I’m still learning which shows and venues are good for sales (or not), so some shows are for paying dues and others pay the bills. Factory Flea (a City Flea event) paid some bills. We’ll be doing more City Flea shows next year.
I had a bit more space than I thought so I wound up with plenty of circulation space – I’m thinking of making a few small furniture pieces to bring along to future shows for sale. I added a new robot (more on that later) – the robots in general are getting excellent feedback.
The newest robot of the line – oh they’re so cute.