That's a loaded question!
We cut sand and oil the wood first in preparation for the art.
Then we create the artwork, sometimes by hand, but always finished in the computer with programs such as Photoshop.
Once the art is ready, we send it over to our bad ass laser to be engraved. Think of it as a printer, only the ink is a super cool laser instead.
Then we clean and number each piece. And the last step is wraping it and getting it prepared to find its new home.
The beauty of wood is that every single piece is different in its own way. It is what makes your piece truly unique.
It also depends where you keep your art. It is never a good idea to keep it in direct sunlight, it will most definitely change the color.
Age is also a factor. It will change with age, but that is also the natural beauty of wood.
We recommend not keeping it in direct sunlight. It will change the color.
Try not to drop your art, it is hardwood, but it is not indestructible. It will chip if you drop it.
If your art starts to collect dust over time, you can either use a low power air compressor,
or a Soft Dry toothbrush and gently brush away any dust.
Great question! We like to get ours custom framed, it is a little pricey, but its totally worth it, it looks great in a black frame with no glass.
or you can get an easel from your local craft store, or from amazon.
Unfortunately not for online sales. We want to stay true to those who where lucky enough to grab one while it was for sale.
We do however make a small reserved batch for conventions only. We always post on social Media which conventions we will be attending,
so if you can get over to see us in person, and before we sell out you could possibly snag one of the convention batch edition.
Batch 1 is essentially our version 1, or rendition 1. Once it is sold out that batch will no longer be made.
It is possible down the road we will do a Batch 2, or version 2. Version 2, or Batch 2 will also have a limited number and will have revisions to the artwork.