A beautiful Green Slyme sidecar dry hammer by Martha Proctor of Liquid Sand Studio. Green Slyme is temperature sensitive and changes tones depending on how its worked in the flame. The Slyme color tone ranges from bluer green at the mouthpiece to a slightly more yellow green in the can. Mega Mai Tai and Onyx are the other major colors in the piece. The Mega Mai Tai adds a beautiful range of blue, violet, and purple in the colors. The Onyx is black, but a deep green black that gives off those green hues in the light. You’ll notice the great ergonomics as you hold it in your hand. It’s really comfortable as a one-hand piece. It’s easy to partially or wholly work the thumb carb on the sidecar as you hold it, and the carb is large to give you a lot of control over your pull. A sidecar is a little larger for a dry piece, and the main thing you’ll notice is the extra space gives your pull a little time to cool a bit – it’s a smoother pull for a dry piece. At 5.75 inches overall length this is easy to handle, and around 3 inches high, and 3.5 inches wide. A beautiful sidecar from Martha Proctor!