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  1. This belt buckle is the second one in my "Morality Series," titled Morality Belt Buckle: Greed. It features Dead Man's Chest (03518 sculpted by Kevin Williams). I had fun playing a bit with metallic paints on this one--the paint job is a little "grungy" but I wanted it to feel aged. This design is completely wearable since the miniature is protected by the spun and hammered aluminum ring. The lathe-turned disk is made of "Thurmanite", a composite material I developed made of recycled paper (maps in this case) bonded together by plant-based resins. Everything is held together with microhardware and tubeset synthetic stones. Many thanks to TradeMarek Photography for their great work shooting it. I really appreciated everyone's feedback on the first belt buckle I posted and the additional comments on Facebook too. I'm planning to do more functional/wearable pieces like this where to miniature is protected but visible.
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