This weekend I began to make my own toes spikes. It seemed to me this was quite the creative learning experience. I mean there are so many stages ( just like for the jet pack) . I planned on what I was for materials. I planned on what I wanted the spikes to look like and I planned on their durability.
At each stage I had to learn more. I got the first set done and viola they were durable but... The screws were the wrong color so I had to paint screws before I put them in. Then my 2 stage hardner left a grey colored seam so those had to be painted. last ly the metal edges of the bracket needed filed.
here's pics of the production ( mine)
Eventually I had a fett worthy product.
This process was compounded by the fact that I thought I would make a few more sets for TDH members only. As the process wore on I found I had improved my process so much that the ones I was getting rid of were aesthetically better looking than my own.
Not to mention you found you were getting good at making these.
has anyone else had this experience?