The video here attached shows how Game On is beginning to take shape. With much effort, tedium and persistence, a design gradually becomes a tangible piece of...well...Art. There is not another one like it that I have ever seen or heard of and it is doubtful it will ever be mass produced. What you see here are the stages of a piece that excite me. You start off with some graphite and a lot of eraser marks on a few pieces of paper. Then you gather the raw material, from the forest in this case. Some of it you mill into planks that are then "Stickered" and left to air dry for months (slow is better me thinks) or kiln dry for days. Then you make the parts to make other parts to make other parts to eventually combine the parts to make the sum of the parts and voila! you now have something that looks like part of your original sketch, and it is good. Sometimes very good. Sometimes not so good, which is very bad but in this case it was very good.

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