With the deadline approaching, and getting so close to the goal, I'm offering double the reward tiers. If you back a full set, you get two full sets. If you back double sets, you'll get quadruple, etc.
Why am I offering these coins basically at half the cost? I'm not making money from this Kickstarter, I'm trying to fund the initial costs of the molds and shipping, and then I can sell these at later conventions.
So hopefully by doubling the reward all the reward tiers, we can bring these coins to life!
I'm relaunching this now that I've been promoting it more and gathered e-mails of those who were interested. I'm also lowering my funding goal, which means I will also be funding these coins out of pocket because I would love to make these.
I've been wanting to make a coin set of Seven Deadly Sins for a while. Unfortunately, making coins is expensive. The mold costs, the cost per coin, minimum order requirements, and of course- shipping pounds of metal adds up to a hefty, up-front cost.
Why coins? I've always had an affinity for coins and hope to make more designs. I especially like the idea of passing the coins around as a novelty or gift. This set of apology coins are based on the Seven Deadly Sins.
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I created a 3d render to give a better idea of how the coin will look. The image below are the designs.
The coins will be 35mm (a little larger than a half dollar) in diameter and 3mm thickness. It will be made of Zinc (like most currency nowadays) and plated a bronze finish. The final design will be partially embossed outward.
I also might make slight changes to sizing for the manufacturer and I'll likely include their sin written on the front. The size of the coin might increase a little (roughly to the size of a silver dollar) to accommodate some of the detail if it's required by the manufacturer.
Below are how my final Konosuba coins turned out. They are offered as part of some rewards and will help show an example of a final product.
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Risks and challenges
I've made coins before and I'm confident of making them again. I've shipped coins to customers in the past as well.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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