2022-08-14 (Su) Distorted Mansion Bottle holder

The light-up token idea didn't pan out, and I didn't want to spend more time. Perhaps I can revisit the idea for a futuristic prop. I bought some tiny glass bottles and filled them with red or green glitter paint. I think they looked appropriate, and they felt like little game tokens. I don't appreciate that they can freely roll on their side.
Close-up of the bottles

I designed a holder to keep the bottles neatly stored. It is square, but the sides are the same length as a poker card. There are five cut layers and an uncut bottom. Everything is held together with M3 bolts.
Top view of holder and bottles

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