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Beautifully and admirably done! Thank you for sharing your work; very inspiring. :)
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Great idea. ;)
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Such dedication to put each brick in place; nice job. :)
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Beautifully executed. :)
This looks AMAZING; great idea and execution. :)
Definitely; have fun! :)
Oh a Kylo Ren costume sounds amazing! Have fun with this project. :)
Thank you for the encouragement! :D
Thank you for your kind comment!
I only spent $0.86 to print my custom background image since I happened to have everything else, but here's a rough estimate:-- acryilc: ~$3 max for such a small piece, or just ask for a sample from some plastics store-- LED: ~$3/30, and you need 6 LEDs so ~$0.60-- 9V battery + snap-on connector: ~$1.50 from amazon.com or dollar storeThen assuming you have stryofoam or cardboard, paper, scissors, glue, pencils, (soldering supplies optional) and rulers at home already, that puts total cost at just over $5. Hope this helps!
Thank you for your nice comment! :)
That sounds like a great idea for next Halloween... enjoy!
Thank you for your kind comment! I'd love to see pictures of your granddaughter with wings, whenever you finish. ;)
Hope it goes/went well! Wire is usually pretty cheap (~$3) from standard craft stores, or you can harvest from old electrical wires.
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This design is brilliant! I like the enclosure you created to make an LED ring instead of a standard strip for a Neopixel-esk look.
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Ah: thank you for your kind comments! I was recently interviewed as a featured author, so here's the link to the interview in case you're interested. :)
That sounds amazing! Thank you for your kind comment. :)
Would never have thought that this was made from cardboard; splendid job. :)
Thank you! :)
I'll keep that in the mind for the future; definitely on my bucket list. :)
Nice circuit design; it's very compact. :)
Ah don't worry, it's more time consuming than physically difficult! But yes, Halloween shall be interesting this year... :)
Thank you! Indeed, angel wings could be a good adaptation.
I can't say I haven't photoshopped wings on myself before. :)
Thank you for your kind words. Your comments on flying are inspiring, and I'll definitely give that a try if I ever get the chance!
Yes, exactly: Freyja's cloak, and other mythological items. Thanks for your kind comment. :)
Thank you for your nice comment!
Thank you! There's definitely a better way that using so many 9V batteries -- perhaps if I had hooked them up in parallel instead of series, plus add resistors to make everything work.
Thank you. :)
<3 Thank you!
Thanks! :) I got really excited when I came up with it.
The reflection in the lake looks great; well done!
Thank you! It's been distracting me from homework so fun indeed. :)
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These look incredible!
Thanks for your nice comment!
Great; thank you!
Buying one is a possibility, but you can also rent them from local makerspaces if you happen to have them available. I got lucky and went to one nearby (if you're ever in Claremont, I highly recommend UMakers). Good luck!
Love that you were wearing Ash's gloves throughout the instructable. ;) Also, the incubator in Step 6 is pretty awesome. Great job!
These looks spectacular! Your tutorial is very well written. :)
Thanks for your nice comment! :)
Thank you for your kind comment! :)
Thank you! I love them too, hence this instructable. ;)
Thank you! Even I found the pictures confusing so thought clarification would be helpful for others. :)
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