So this is interesting. Late Sunday night I listed a 'Venus' 1/5 scale model kit on (fe)ebay to begin testing the waters again. Fed the whiskerfaces their dinner, ate some veggie soup & went to bed. Got up in the morning, rushed to get stuff done/shipped came back home, logged in, and found it had sold not more than five hours after I had listed it.
Well, this guy--->
But this is interesting; I've been thrown yet another curveball, as I wasn't actually expecting it to sell.
1/5 scale is kinda big. & Bigger ofcourse means unfortunately, a higher price tag. (Urethane resin isn't exactly cheap.) Its about $85.00 USD for a two gallon kit. So, I was under the impression ppl wanted smaller things, and thus, placed the majority of the effort into 1/35th scale - 160mm. But I'll admit I've been wrong before. So this is encouraging. If people will buy it, I'm ofcourse encouraged to make more on the 1/5th scale.
Does it suck to make sculpture? Ofcourse not.
The only problem is time. At the moment, I'm heavily engaged with fine art stuff. But in anycase, after tax time is over, at the end of this month I'll be re-opening Monolith Models from its long torpor...