I'm back with a new slingshot after one and a half months of slingshot building burnout. Made from an unknown fruit tree fork with marbled FIMO clay palmswell, I almost swore to God that I will never work with FIMO clay, but I got the hangs of it. So, sanded from 80 to 1200, ok jump on me because I said that I don't see a reason for sanding past 400, or 600 grit in some cases. But I sanded the FIMO palm swell and I went with the 1200 grit sandpaper all over the frame. Finished with 2 coats of Danish oil and polished with 2 coats of my new homemade beeswax and carnauba wax wood polish. I named it "Scales" because the way the grain catches the light is really interesting, making it look kind of holographic, just like it would have tiny reptile scales. What do you think guys?