A beautiful Sea Slyme sidecar dry hammer by Martha Proctor of Liquid Sand Studio. Sea Slyme is is similar to Green Slyme but it gives off a blue/green color of the ocean. There’s some dimpling on the can on this that makes it easier to hold. Blue Stardust by Trautman is a highly dichroic light blue glass. Martha worked it in to the Sea Slyme so that the color basically disappears, but there are sparkling dichro streaks worked in throughout the piece. It adds the subtle sparkle of dichro from any angle and it’s a nice touch. 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 7.25 inches overall length this is a tad larger than average. It’s around 3.5 inches high, and 3.5 inches wide. A beautiful sidecar from Martha Proctor!