What are all of the variations of Knex colors of the same type. I have 3 different colors of the longest rods and multiple different colors of other pieces
Asked by sonic broom 3 years ago
Asked by Sean_Voodoo 8 years ago
So I made a spiky foam mace, and covered it with duct tape to hold it together but it just looks... bland. So I was wondering what colors I should make it, preferably colored with tape. I must sound really weird, but if anyone can help with CONSTRUCTIVE comments it would be appreciated. P.S. The first picture doesn't show it well, but it is 6 sided
Asked by Sekiha_tenkyoken 7 years ago
I trying to make a ghille suit from this instructable and I have a couple of questions. I wanted to make a full body ghille suit, so I was wondering how many more times of burlap do I need to complete this. (Like do I need 2x more, 5x more?), pic attached. I'm going to cut the strings in half before I add them to the suit, if that clarifies anything And I was wondering if the color palette that I chose was good enough. I want a more green ghille suit. I have the three colors shown in the picture that I picked out. Do I need more colors, should I mix some colors, should I leave some colors un-dyed and leave it the original burlap color, or is it good as is? Colors also in attached pics. Also; I'm making this more as a costume, not so much to blend into my environment.
Posted by Ausm 8 years ago
The title is the question.
Asked by chanman789 7 years ago
Can an on/off switch be used to change between different LED colors? I was wanting to convert a White LED flashlight to one with multiple colors. How can I use the tail cap on/off switch to change between the 3 or more colors? [on one color / off / on next color / off / on next color etc...]?
Asked by Lord Fang 7 years ago
Hey guys, I thought you just might want to see a GIANT slinky that I got at a garage sale! And of Course I push it down the stairs too. Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT3vSP5Yi8M And if you want to check out some other epic things on my channel, you should watch them!
Posted by Sreyo 5 years ago
I'm asking (obviously) if anybody has ever tried and, suceeded to make a duct tape book bag. Thier are some requirements for the one that i prefer. I just really want to know how to make one. Theis are the requirments that i would prefer it to hav. -colors (at least two but if it only has one that is fine) (o and if you can teach me as cool design as well please) -zipper and or buttons -pockets on each side for water bottle or anything else -at least two big pockets for main things such as school supplies, laptop, etc. -two straps.... if possible adjustable ones..... if not that is fine -anything else that somone has included with it and thank you for anybody who can get me the instuctions to my e-mail or post it up on instructables thank you for your time. my email is email@example.com
Asked by Meganoki 7 years ago
Asked by bite 8 years ago
Hi, again! Sorry to bother you again, but i'm really into natural stuff, and natural liquid food coloring is all I have. I was wondering, can I color the fondant with it, as long as I don't add too much?
Asked by newkid010101 1 year ago
So here's the thing: I've made multiple series circuits that turn run off of a 12v power supply and I wired a simple two-state switch into it so the lights would turn on when I pressed down the button. It currently uses 3 LEDs and one 82 ohm resistor. I want to make a circuit that can switch between multiple different colored LEDs. For example: have one blue LED and when I flip the switch a little bit, it switches to a red LED, and flipping it again switches it to a green LED (I know about different LED voltages btw, that's just an example). I figure I'll need some kind of three-state switch or something? I don't know what parts I would need or how I would wire them up so any help would be appreciated. I'll answer any questions about the project you have since I know I didn't explain it well.
Asked by gtgm_110 4 years ago
Asked by Sean C. 7 years ago
Asked by otatsmom 9 years ago
Hey. I was looking for some small, or even surface mount, bi-color LEDs. I also, however, need a wide range of colors, as I am doing a Rubik's cube type thing. I was contemplating the idea of Tri-color LEDs, and having the 6 colors be RGBCMY, although that may over-complicate things. Thanks for your help :-)
Posted by zachninme 11 years ago
How do i color homemade surf wax and how do i make it smell different?
I am picking a new color for my inground swimming pool with filter no heater. Wanted to change to color from a basic light blue to a more modern darker color. Was told dark colors allow algae to grow more than light colors. Any truth to that statement? Also because the pool is not heated which color would help keep the water warm? I am guessing that a dark bottom pool would be warmer than a light bottom pool.
Asked by cindybcin 6 years ago
Looking at things I've sent, some subject are orange and some are gray. What do the colors mean?
Asked by mole1 5 years ago
I'm improving a published project over the weekend. I'm thinking it might be nice to use colored font (for distinction) on the specific improvement/changes/inclusions. Is this possible using the rich editor or by inserting html code? If it is possible, what color would you recommend?
Asked by bajablue 5 years ago
Add a splash of colorful to any room. These colorful rice creations were originally made as Easter egg decorations. I don't see why this technique couldn't be used to make other fun decorations as well!! A colorful rice alphabet would look nice on a child's wall. Find more cool sewing and craft tutorials on dana-made-it.
Posted by Carleyy 7 years ago
Hey guys, i just joined the forums. I have a question i really want to ask. Is there a type of fabric that can change color (a desired color) by running a current through it. Like i want it to be red and then blue then another color? Or is there a way you can make a coating on the fabric that can change color by diffusing a colored light through it? My ultimate project is to make shoes that change color to match you clothing. Something that fits every occasion.
Posted by xredvortex 6 years ago
Hello. Years ago, Letraset had in catalogue a color film that you heated over a black and white photocopy and turned black in the color of the film (the film only was fixed to the toner). Does anybody know a way of getting the same result with cheap materials?
Asked by rosquillo 3 years ago
You know how you can buy RGB LEDs that fade between colors? I'm looking for something along those lines, but with other colors. I'd found a site once that had some, but I lost the link. I think it had like purple/yellow/orange and other crazy colors, and I'm desperate to find these types of lights again.
Posted by aliasjanedoe 4 years ago