Weekly Update for 7 Mar, 2019: I have updated my goals, and if you can't see all of them they are as follows: $200 is my monthly operating cost (bills and such). If I can meet this goal, then I can justify continuing to make my online activities a priority. I am aware that my content is far from top-notch yet, but I'm still figuring this out, and, since I have to do it in my spare time, I can't do it as much justice as I'd like. The next goal is $700, which should cover the raw material costs of my spring projects, such as dredging the second of my two ponds and repairing the stone wall around it. These projects will still be completed and filmed, regardless of whether or not they are funded. The third goal is $2000, which covers the cost of Autodesk Inventor 2019, which I have to pay an annual subscription for. I don't need the program to make 3D models, since I already have a perpetual license for Inventor 2011, but I have many more texture and lighting options in Inventor 2019, so I can make much more appealing digital artwork with it. The fourth goal is $4000, which is meant to fund the purchase of a small Tormach CNC machining centre. I have manual machine tools, but CNC programming is where my skills truly shine. The fifth and final goal, as of now, is $9000, which is meant to fund a desktop selective laser sintering machine, which I intend to use to print customer-exclusive models. Right now, the only way I can supply a custom model is to use Shapeways, keep the model private, order it myself, and then ship it to my customer. Having my own machine will be much more cost-effective for my customers in the long run, especially for those living in Russia.