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Because everyone starts somewhere? People put in the amount of time and skill they are able to. People starting out are not 'Degrading the experience' for those with the ability/time/experience to make a 100% accurate costume. Don't diminish the work of someone who is starting out and working within their ability/time constraints. Give them something to aspire to and laud their enthusiasm. At least they are out their enjoying their fandom! Getting a compliment from a super costumer does SO much to boost the self esteem and also make you feel you CAN do better next time while one sneer/jeer will make them want to stop or think they can do no better. Those starting out do not be afraid to go up to a costume you admire and ask for advice or compliment. Cause frankly 'that amazing costumer' is probably feeling just as self conscious and it is a boon to them as well. I can't count the number of times I have complimented an amazing costumer who didn't think their costume was worthy of recognition. Skill is relative. And us 'serious costumers' are a little insane ;)
True, but there are some places which are more sane about it...To make an "authentic" looking uniform you need to invest ~50+ hours of work, and need a lot more skill.
Make a pressurized portafilter for a cheap espresso machine
This is exactly what i was looking for!Before I start I was wondering if you had any updates about this. Does it still work well or anything you'd change going at it again?I was also wondering how the rubber cap holds up in the heat/pressure - what about other materials such as silicone? and how big did you make the hole?I also have the slight worry that if the pressure builds up too much, the portafilter or something else might blow, have you experienced anything like this?Sorry about all the questions, I hope you can answer some of them! Cheers in advance.
Yeah, that's true. You could do multiple layers of encryption, though. Like compressing the files in an encrypted zip, in a software encrypted floppy disk, that was also hardware encrypted.
Alternatively, you can just encrypt them with Truecrypt. That's what I do.
Encrypted floppy drive
Vigenere cipher with rotating cleartext
Lightsaber for $33 in 33 minutes
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