Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by fdd2blk, Dec 17, 2009.
ill be interested to see what you can do me for FDD
atm im smoking out of plastic
truth. i basically need everything again
making shit, ... http://www.stickam.com/faded_glassworks
i have n idea why i cant get it going live over there hmm
i always thought it was a click and watch type link. i'm a member so it's hard to tell. i'm gonna help y7opu with your pipe issue if you remind me when i'm in my house.
thanks man you probably saved my life!
stickam- used to work for me, ill keep digging
i got up early today. http://www.stickam.com/faded_glassworks
you keep missing it. http://www.stickam.com/faded_glassworks
Damn i would never do that! U make it look easy tho.
You like to dance ive noticed fdd, looks really fun, thanks for the stream!
my back hurts, a lot. i find moving around keeps it from getting stiff. most of the time i'm dancing away from the pain.
thanks for watching. i made another really cool pipe today.
--wondering how much you charge for custom blown pieces? crazy bong type design
FDD how much is a glass blowing set up with everything you need and nothing you don't?
you well need 2000 dollars to get started properly.
jesus fuck...I know what I'm not doing...think of how many pieces you have to sell to just recoup the expense...plus materials...though it does sound like fun...but I imagine it takes lots of practice to get anywhere even remotely as good as you fdd
Thanks for info..
I didn't go for any fancy collage learning but I would say 100 20$ peices?
Yeah but how much in time, materials, electricity, etc does it take to make 100 quality pieces? The costs go up beyond that $2000 to break even
For sure- it's work and takes skill and practice and an investment to get sarted- I'm not thinking i'm going to do it or that it's easy.
I just had no idea what a start up cost would be so I thought he would be the guy to ask.
I know with that kind of thing you can spend as much as you want, and I also know that cheap can get expensive, cutting corners can cost you more money in the long run, so I thought I would ask what a cost estimate would be for someone who wanted to start a basic set up and have the ability to get good results would be.
When it's a mere thousand odd, i just tend to write that money off once spent. It doesn't cause me any issue to do so so i just take it as spent, and start breaking even from there. The alternative would have been for the thousand odd to pay for a new television or some other item that doesn't ever pay itself off.
I'm excited i am, i've a day of glasswork tomorrow, one of the items the company helps you to make is large vases, of your own design, so i'm half tempted to see whether i can turn a vase into well, maybe something more practical than a vase Think i'll even take my downstem from my bong with me just in case
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