The Konad is one of my favorite things to use on my nails. Ever since I first learned about it, I wanted it. And it didn't take me long to get it. Well, not to much it, as components to it. I now have 19 of the image plates, and I hope to be able to get more soon. I have yet to try their special polish, because I've found that metallic polishes, and often neons as well, work quite well with stamping, and I don't want to spend money I don't HAVE to. Either way, I just adore playing with my stamping stuff, and I get plenty of compliments when I do.
When I first got stamping art, it was not the Konad, but a small set from Hot Topic. This was the first time I did a full manicure with stamps.
As you can see, there are basically limitless combinations of color and patterns to deal with, and I do enjoy playing with them a lot. The Konad does take some practice to get good at, but it isn't terribly complicated, and it's a lot of fun. I'd certainly never be able to do such intricate and detailed designs on my nails myself, especially on my right hand, because I'm not all that ambidextrous. I manage at times, but I'm pretty much right-handed.