Originally Posted by Amba1027
You do chainmaille jewelry?
I watched some videos a long time ago about customizing Bryers. I was WAY too nervous about screwing something up to try remolding them. I did remove some paint from one to change the coloring. I imagine learning to airbrush to repaint them would be a bit tough (also a bit expensive for the equipment?).
Anyway OP, there aren't a lot of crafts that you can just jump right into, be excellent at, and make a ton of money quickly. It takes time to get good at something, and even then you might not be able to sell your stuff.
I do! I thought it would be a nice cheap craft to get into, but surprise, it costs a LOT of money to get into (all the different tools, ring sizes, wire gauges, beads, and don't get me started on colors...) I haven't made back even half of what I've put into materials so far (Though a lot of that is my total lack of advertising, hah).
I'm not familiar about the process of re-sculpting Breyers. I'll have to go look up some videos - I probably won't ever do it but it seems like it would be cool to watch the transformation! OP, you should try looking up a crafting video and just follow related links. The "suggested videos" can take you to all sorts of different videos, you might get inspired from a craft you'd have never thought of.