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Good instructions and visuals. I'm guessing that a S.A.S.E. is a self addressed stamped envelope? What is a ''hero card''?
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Interesting. The 'block board' developed from people trying to make their weatherboard houses a bit fancier by imitating stone work. Now you are imitating the imitation - or 'retro retro'!
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Great image - like a flock of cute little Santa's Elves! I wish I had done this when my kids were little.
Where's the tutorial? The teeth look really awful. Great job!
Did you paint the badges afterwards? The rough, er... 'metallic' effect looks good. I don't know much about 3D printing; is it expensive? I was wondering why you didn't just print each badge in black plastic.
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Looks like someone escaped from Ramsay Bolton! Very clever.
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I can't even spell atlat...l?
Am I the only person who can't use an atal? How does one get the arrow/dart/spear to go anywhere near where it is intended? If I was a caveman I'd starve! (Though the rest of the tribe would get a few laughs out of me trying.)
Fantastic idea (and ideas)! Having a community that adds ideas and suggestions is gold. I'm going to try this out.
Your product is a work of art! I'm already thinking of ideas - the exposed electrical conduit for a start. Even the PVC bows in other Instructables. Your use of the wire is genius.
Great 'ibil' thanks. Just in case anyone is still following these comments, I saw a YT video a while back where a guy attached a 'C' shaped length of PVC pipe to the front of his PVC bow - said it worked well. (I'll try adding a picture of the concept to this comment.)I have zero experience in archery but other readers might have experience for this idea. Either way, I'm motivated to try making my own PVC 'Legolas' bow.
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Nice work. I've been thinking about doing this for a while. When twisting the grass together, do you overlap the individual blades? That step has always eluded me.
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All the above praise and fantastic photos as well.
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Wow, really attractive product - the shapes remind me of fractal images. Nice contrast between angular stones and curvy wire shapes. Good instructions as well. Does your wire oxidise after a while? I tried silver plated wire years ago and it quickly turned black. How would you polish your pieces without getting the polish on the stones? Maybe my wire was just poor quality.
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Really nice result. The gauze adds another dimension (no pun intended) to the paper mache. A little tip if you don't mind... if you tear the newspaper, instead of cutting it, the layers will be much smoother. (Though it doesn't matter here because you add the paper 'paste' over the top.)
This is one of the best representations of bone/skull that I've seen on Instructibles - maybe even the Internet. Bravo!
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Shrink wrap cord? I'm gonna have to try this one.
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This is a remarkable 'ible'. I want to try this just to get 'a feel'for how things were done in earlier times. (How did people work out these methods hundreds or thousands of years ago?)
Very good, especially the ageing; the rust especially so.How did you heat the foam early in the project - the heat gun again?The 'neck thingy' is a 'Gorget'; originally a piece of armour to protect the throat and neck. It's use later diminished to ornamentation. Has lately returned to increasing use on police/military armour and Fallout LAPD riot vests.
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Another impressive piece. Well done!
Beautiful work. Great idea to combine 3D and 2D art.
Impressive. You've taken paper maché to a 'whole new level'.
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Gosh, that's a lot of work. It made me think of how much work people in earlier times would have had to do. Great looking result though. I'm curious about what you made with all the off-cuts; it looked like you would have had plenty left over.
Wow - it looks great. Could you post a photo of the ship with your model railway?
What a great idea! Raise seedlings in a greenhouse then plant them out without any transplant shock.
It looks really good. The rust effect makes it 'come to life'. The tissue box idea is very clever - I often make things that get forgotten because they don't have any practical use.Maybe you could sell it to the Maersk company as 'Corporate Art'?
That's a very impressive result. Well done.
The helmet looks really good. Maybe you could do another 'ible' on how you painted it. I've never heard of cassation before; I'll have to look it up.
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Impressive! I imagine it would sparkle if placed in direct light like sun/halogen globe/spotlight etc. You have my vote.
What a good idea. Your other 'wave cylinders' ible and website also VG. The technology is a bit inaccessible for me but I imagine ideas for others; maybe terrain mapping for architecture. Model ship builders could place their pieces into a 'realistic' ocean. Could your cutting/shaping machine cut the shape of the hull into the ocean surface?
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The effect is very attractive. I'm already wondering what other things I may be able to paint using this method. Thanks for sharing!
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The helmet looks really good. I'll have to try out Google Translate to see if it will make your text 'read-ible'!
The 'wood grain' effect looks very attractive. Discussions in other comments about structural strength made me think of paper maché which can be very strong for it's weight but it doesn't produce those intriguing patterns.How much weight does your dried glue add? The traditional flour/starch glue of paper maché, once dry, is very light.Some of the sample photos have irregular shapes that don't appear to have originated from a paper 'log' being cross-cut. How did you come up with them?I'm going to have to try this out. Thanks.BTW, What are all the curious white sculptures in the office from? They don't appear 'architectural'.
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