As a miniature artist, I’ve always valued being able to produce repeatable results — particularly when the results are quite good. There are also times when I want to make many of the same thing, or variations of the same item. This is where making homemade molds has been incredibly useful!
I’m very excited to introduce my latest project: Breath of the Wild keycaps! I can now present my artisan keycap series inspired by the Nintendo… Read More »Mihi’s Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Keycaps
There are several different styles for sculpted artisan keycaps. I’d like to introduce my favorite style, which I am calling “Story Keycaps”: tiny pieces of… Read More »Storytelling Through Keycaps: Mihi’s “Story Keycaps”
I created a diorama inspired by the Hayao Miyazaki / Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away featuring the spirit No Face (カオナシ). You can learn more… Read More »Spirited Away Diorama: “No Face Smorgasbord”
A lot of mechanical keycap artisans make keycaps by casting resin in silicone molds. Other resin artisans use 3D printing to create keycaps (with SLA… Read More »Polymer Clay Artisan Keycaps: Why Clay?