This has been a work in process just to get the boat here. The title was in limbo and had to be filed from the previous owner to the new owner, and now I'll have to do it for myself next. Hopefully that will go smoothly as it did for Mark. We still need to find a motor for it and do some minor work. At first we weren't going to do much except to make it sea worthy, but now we're thinking of patching it up and re-gel coating the top to look nicer. We were going to put SeaDek on it, but will probably just do outdoor carpet from Lowes. First thing I really need to do is get this boat off the trailer so I can fix the runners.
New video here
Images before the purchase can be found here. Better pictures will happen when it dries out from the snow.
Here's my second batch of worms in a dark charcoal blue with blue/black/silver flake to make it pop.
Castin'Craft, Black Opaque : x21 drops
Castin'Craft, Blue Opaque : x20 drops
Hobby Lobby, Glitter, Black 1/24 flake : 1/2 TSPN
Hobby Lobby, Glitter, Blue 1/24 flake : 1/2 TSPN
Hobby Lobby, Glitter, Silver 1/24 flake : 1/2 TSPN
Dead-on Plastics Plastisol Worm Blend : 1 Cups
Images are very dark and I don't know how to brighten them up.
I also made some worms with the left over pyrex pucks from these batches and all my remelt batches. I will dub these "Dirty Bastards". Future pours of this color will never be the same. Maybe darker and more hideous.
It's apparent I need a vacuum chamber and way better molds, but not bad for the first time using plastisol and hobby lobby materials. I'll try to document every color I make.