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Patchwork Plywood and Ebonized Oak Dresser
DIY Wood Spice Rack With a Pallet Wine Glass Holder
This is my version, for people who can not weld. I wrapped copper wire and soldered together.Best Regards !!
Jerusalem Cross of Welded Concrete Nails
DIY Resin River Table Using Clear Epoxy Casting Resin and Wood
DIY Motorized Camera Slider
How to Make a Rustic Farmhouse Table That GLOWS
Copper + Wood Rings
Pallet Treasure Chest
Real Metal Looking Sword Out of Pallet Wood
Knife Making-Tanto Knife
Fixing Twist in a Slab or Board
Wooden Gear Banjo Clock
Thank You. Yes,I very like it. I watched many silhouette pictures about army and only this one has dynamic, action and dramatic.
Army PictureView Instructable »
So impressive !!! Good work.
Renovated Cupboard View Instructable »
Bardzo fajny projekt. Pozdrowienia z PolskiKarteczka "nie tykać" miażdży system.
Good instructable. DSLR give good results, but You can use cheap camera. In my opinion most important is weather. Clouds, vibrating air after hot day, pollutions above factory, its big problem during night photo. My photos were taken Fujifilm FinePix HS10 camera, and postprocesing only IrfanView. Because my tripopd is as cheap as camera, usually i make night photo using selftimer. You have my vote.
DIY Vintage LED Lamp From Old Bike Lights
Knife Making - Making Push Daggers
Make a Wooden Propeller
My First Table/ Dining Table
Diy "Old" Coffee Table
Copper Lamp With Edison BulbView Instructable »
Bookshelf Made From Wooden ...View Instructable »
Industrial Style Wall Sconces
Welcome to Jewelry
Make a hardwood Pistol Crossbow
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
Kiridashi Marking Knife
Crossbow - Cross Country Ski Bow, if you prefer
Low Budget Knife-maker's Bench Grinder
Adjustable high current Lab SMPS out of a standard ATX PS
Aerial Photography Super Affordable Kite
3D printed ultimate biplane 10-300S (RC plane)
Geometric Faced Vases
Realistic Octopus Cake
Making Scrapwood coffee table
Laminated Celtic Knot Wooden Ring
Make a Five Cut, Big Bowl from an Eight Foot 2x4