Father's Day Gift I made for Ryan.
I've had it designed for a couple of years and had issues finding someone to waterjet/laser cut it without charging me an arm and a leg so I decided to just cut it on our cnc table. I ended up scaling it about 4" longer and it worked out fine. I used black Steel-it for the base and tires, and hand painted the rest. I also added stickers that I designed and cut out on our cricut, such as the Walker Evans wheels, etc. Pretty stoked with how it turned out. Should make a nice desk ornament. Not gonna lie, he had to help me tig a couple pieces because I almost f-ed it up and was super frustrated (super embarrassing not so cool story).
This finally came.
I guess it's officially official.
Pretty exciting to know all the hard work, no sleep, and lots of stress finally paid off.
Definitely couldn't have done it without the husband, surprised he didn't take off running and never looked back .