My grandfather got me my first console; it was an NES. I fell in love with RPG's thanks to FF7 in highschool. My husband introduced me to manga and anime in college; it all went downhill from there. You can pry my '95 Mustang GT convertible (with the Windsor 5.0) out of my cold, dead hands. I like a broad variety of game types, but most FPS's give me simulation sickness, which blows. I was inspired to create game based hats after seeing a Neko hat from some con pictures. I figured I could do much cooler job.
If this isnít a labor of love, I donít know what is. I had a goal: to reproduce the Fallout: New Vegas snow globes in real life. I went into this completely blind, having to develop my own methods and figure out my materials. And there was failure. My god was there failure. Some of you may remember my initial giddy post well over a year ago. I thought it was ready; things really seemed to be coming together. I was wrong, my god was I wrong. First I had ink issues. Then I had material problems. Then I had production issues. Then I had sealant issues. Nothing says failure like a cardboard box full of dud snow globes. But thatís all behind me now. No more running ink. No more warped pieces. No more free floating innards. Victory is mine.
May I present the Good Springs and Mormon Fort snow globes from Fallout: New Vegas.