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I think the soulstone is THE detail that add the little touch to finish your AWESOME costume ! great job
I forgot to post this week ... too much work on my daughter t-shirt :'( ... that's a shame :p
I love the way you make it ! wonderful !
My daughter want to be "Hulk" .... her mom is making the short and I'm making the "upper part" with "papier mache"
Nice recycling !
Using some newspaper to take my head size so i can rise it and put a wig on this (I want to have a bigger head for my frankenstein monster)For the "shoes" a pocket tissues box is long and large enough to put my feet on one without cutting/making any other change than fill them with toilet paper cardboardalready have a big "pardessus" (coat) so , everything is ok... the biggest part will be the make up
I was wondering, instead of insulation foam, do you believe it's possible to use expanding foam (the kind you use to fill a gap in a wall) at the top of your helmet...maybe it will be easier to "cut" in shape ?
Groot job !
This year i'm doing a frankenstein monster.Already bought a wig to cut it in the good shape, already have a big jacketI will make a fake head (with papier mache : paper strip + glue + water), some big shoes (pocket tissues box + paper towel inside to make it stronger, under normal shoes , just to have a big sole)Some paper mache screw glued to my neck with some "latex silicon"I will also make a birthday cake ( a friend of mine is born on 29/10) with a windmill shape, cover with italian "meringue" that will be burnt with an alcohol sirup (like a norwegian omelette) to remind the windmill in fire in the frankenstein film :)
OMG, i just read "muslim" .... I was "WHAT?!?!?"
I was thinking... Can't we made "electricity" from pumpkin like we do with citrus ? (a nickel plate + a copper one if i'm correct)maybe some smart electricity/chemistry guy can explain us here :)
At first sight I thought you made this with a c omputer case ...which should fit with your dimension isn't it ?
Nice instructable... However, a better instructable would have the solution, or a hint as spoiler at the end :)
At least, you should have put your ingredient in the description... if not in this instructable, in the youtube description....
I will add some info (concerning france in fact, don't know for other country) :- You can't fly your drone everywhere... you may need autorisation/permission- You can't fly your drone in direct sight of living house if you have a camera
In the past, there was a little piece of metal to allow this.... If it was remove , it's certainly on purpose ...
If the little piece of metal was to remove to avoid the "auto fill", it's on purpose ...I mean, when you lock the lever, it will not be able to "jump" when your car is full ...
and if your phone is "too old" to use pokemon go, you still can search for myphonster, download and install the apk (the same way as above) and make me feedback is something goes wrong :)
I like "throwing idea" about pokeballs ! :)
I don't understand this "love" for this game...I'm a pokemon fan since a lot of years (i'm 33...hum...34 if i'm correct :( ) and I have played every pokemon game since gameboy !Pokemon involve FIGHTING ! It's all about this ! To catch a pokemon you have to lower his life enough but not too much ! That's why I make MY game (www.myphonster.com) ...Of course, it's not pokemon, I am not allowed to use the image (copyright) but the general is here (i'm an indie, so I only develop in freetime don't be too hard with me in your comment ;) ... but i will really appreciate any comment :) ! )
My game run the same system (and it's more than 4 years old ! so, NOOooo! I have not copy the system !) but you don't have to get your phone running everytime, you don't have to use "data" (i mean no 3G/4G required), and, as i mentioned, you have to fight to catch a pokemon...i mean a phonster...
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