We were doing quality control on our latest batch of tiny people when we discovered several twins. One appears to be joined at the head, not simply stuck together in wet paint. There was one more set, but they didn't survive an attempted separation.
We spent some time updating and re-rendering our 3D instruction illustrations. When we're illustrating the instructions that are included with each Tinysaur kit, we're limited by space to 2" wide column. So, we created the 3D instructions page to help improve assembly of your tiny skeletons. You can zoom in, rotate, and view each step in exploded view so you can see precisely where parts go on the model. click here for Tinysaur 3D instructions
We'll be at the Brooklyn Art Library this Saturday and Sunday from 10-6. Come say hi. Location: Brooklyn Art Library in Williamsburg. 28 Frost Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Date: November 25 – 26 / Time: 10am-6pm Hosted by NYHC in partnership with AMEX & Etsy celebrates small business with a weekend devoted to shopping small. The 2017 holiday season kicks off with “Making New York-Small Business Saturday/Weekend Market” at the Brooklyn Art Library in Williamsburg on Saturday November 25th and Sunday November 26th. For the first time, this event hosted by NYHC in partnership with AMEX and Etsy celebrates small...
World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Queens is the once-a-year DIY science fair that New Yorkers love. Flame throwing robots, giant Tesla coils that play music, learn-to-solder workshops, giant 3D printers, blinky art, and probably a Diet Coke and Mentos fountain performance -- a perennial crowd favorite. If you're near New York City, come say hi this weekend, September 23rd and 24th. We'll be at the Craftacular section of the show, booth #55.
Jackie from NerdECraft made a tiny dinosaur museum out of polymer clay and she shows you how she did it. Her YouTube channel is filled with amazing craft projects. She's really creative with polymer clay, UV resin, and clay sculpting techniques in general. We love what she did with our Tinysaur Bare Bones kits, especially the imprints of the bones in the walls as if they were unearthed fossils!