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Question by tinker234 | last reply
I I have hard that charcoal has the ability to soak up toxins and germs. Would it be bad to use this on skin as a mask? Maybe grind up NATURAL charcoal and then add a little water to make a paste and if necesary add thickeners to make kind of a covering for skin for health?
Question by trf | last reply
Hello, I am making an animatronic tail, similar to the one pictured below and I am not sure how to go about covering it so I can put the fur on. I am thinking that some type of rubber tubing (and what kind of tubing) or nylon/mesh stretchy fabric, but I am worried about glue seeping through the fabric and onto the moving parts. What do people use for this stage of their project? Help!!!
Topic by sdtacoma | last reply
Hi this is John, every men and women wants to be beautiful.For this there are some techniques by using some skin care products we can use those products then we get benifited for this you want more information please with site.=======================JohnSkin Care Products
Topic by john921
Hi, Can anyone tell me how to affordably make realistic looking human skin from leather? I'm looking to bind a book with it and, if the method works out, adapt it later into making the outer layer for a peeled man "greys anatomy" book cover type body suit for halloween.
Topic by Eirias | last reply
I wanted to figure out how to create a skin for large items such as refrigerators, washing machines, etc. I am having trouble conceptualizing the necessary steps to completely hide cosmetic blemishes on large machines and appliances. Would creating a skin be a good solution? I am guessing there is a more elegant way than simply placing a large image printout underneath glass? Also FYI, some of the appliances are completely brand new so I would ideally want a "top layer" solution as opposed to a "painting" solution. Nice to have features: 1. weather proof 2. Can be easily swapped with new design
Topic by adacquel | last reply
What is the safest way to dye your skin a different color (temporarily or permanently) without poisoning yourself, and/or getting sick from it? I've stained my fingers with slightly-poisonous malachite, but never got sick from it. in fact, my entire left arm got covered in it, and I felt fine. I never inhaled any, seeing as that's where it's mostly poisonous. so, basically, I just need to know what compounds are safe to apply to skin, and not get poisoned. I need the following 2 colors: Green and Black.
Topic by FireLite MS2 | last reply
Hey guys, So for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie me and my girlfriend are going as Starlord and Gamora. We are trying to figure out our costumes and it seems pretty clear that for her costume to be complete she needs to be green. So I was wondering if you guys new what paint we could use for that, obviously it should be able to be washed off. So if anyone can help many many thanks!
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As years passed by, I've noticed that I now have some blackheads & whiteheads in some area of my nose, and so I went to a derm clinic and have some facial treatment, but after few weeks, it still came back. I'm thinking of going back to dermclinic but it's too expensive, that's why I want to know if there's another way of removing it that wont cost that much, and perhaps an herbal way i'd prefer.
Question by supertheenz | last reply
Is there a media player can allow me to change the skin? I don't like a forever lasting skin.
Question by greencharlse | last reply
Hey fellow Authors, i've been working on the following model for my business, strictly ornamental. I've come this far and don't know how to continue without destroying the time and money already invested. My goal is to cover it with some material and make it look like a statue. Maintaining still a polygonal feel to it. I want to paint it glossy red. I've thought about using fiberglass, plaster, paper (as found in a tutorial in the internet), Cover it with a pepakura mesh. But i'm still not sure how to proceed. I fear fiberglass to be too messy and complicated, plaster could ruin the cardboard dampening it, paper makes it look like a cheap piñata, pepakura would requiere a lot of trial and error to get the pieces to match the "skeleton" and problematic at the end to give it the glossy and professional feeling im looking for. Any ideas guys?? Sorry for the resolution on the first image, I didn't have my lap with me at the time of this post.
Topic by tammasus | last reply
A Million Ways to Skin a Cat. I have to say that one of my favorite places in the web is https://www.instructables.com. Waking up to that email on thursday mornings, the https://www.instructables.com news letter makes me happy im such a geek. I love to read the peoples reviews and each individual point of view... those comments sometimes really get me going.... I have done a few DIY form this site but I guess I am not a forum/comment guy. (to be fair this is my first post on a forum since 2008) And now... to the point . I invite https://www.instructables.com to help us geeks challenge each other while improving the site with a simple new feature. A Million Ways to Skin a Cat Basically get from "step a" to "step b" you an follow different approaches. A step or a process in an "instructable" may be improved or explained in any other way. This feature enables users to set there creations free and make all the community share there ways and get to the optimization of projects. Think of the search for a new project starting from a proces you already know. For example: using a DREMEL tool on wood. You could se many instructables containing this keywords, but what if you could see the process of carving wood, explained in detail on many ways, by many users. The user will share his method, and experience or simply pitch in with some new info or detail he might have encounter or needed during the process. On the GUI I imagine below the next step lower right button a button that says something like "MORE" or "A.A. (another approach"). This button coul also link to another instructable that has a detail guide on how to do the process at hand. Instructables will start to branch out and interconnect to form an organic and hands on detail database. Any ways thats my humble idea. I wish it helps this site to grow and keep helping people. P.S. Maybe you have another way, who knows if out there are one million more ways...
Topic by cexdance | last reply
I'm working on a Yostwerks-design skin-on-frame kayak, and have seen pictures of inflatable bags that fit in bow and stern for emergency flotation - in case you're swamped, they'll help keep your water-filled boat on the surface. Part of this project is the joy of spending time making something that I will enjoy. Part of this project is about not spending a lot of money - I could go out and buy a kayak, but would need several hundred dollars all at once to do so. I can afford to buy individual components: a sheet of plywood, or a plank, or fabric, so can work little by little on building my own. The specialized flotation bags, while nice, would be an added expense - I'm assuming on the spendy side. But I drink cheap diet soda, and believe I could reuse the bottles as cheap (essentially free to me, since this would otherwise be trash) flotation. It would take lots of these to float a kayak plus any camping gear I might put in it - about 25, I've figured out. What I can't figure out, though, is how to have 25 empty bottles split between the bow and stern, filling the awkward pointy kayak spaces, and not rolling all around or falling out if I capsize. So what do you think? How would you go about this? Please let me know what you think. Thanks!
Question by tw0nst3r | last reply
Sheets of touch sensitive material seem perfect for giving robots a "skin" of sorts. This could easily allow for something along the lines of a robot pet that can tell when it is being petted. It would also be useful for robot grippers, to allow the robot to hold on without applying too much force. With a layer of durable plastic between the circuit and the cloth, the robot could be made water resistant. Not really sure where else to take this, but I think touch sensitive, water proof skin (and also whiskers) would go a long way to making better robot dogs and cats, and probably other kinds of robots.
Topic by MDude
In this instructable i would show people how to clean the hide salt it and explore the options of tanning like brain tanning alum tanning and buying tanning solution do you think it would be worth the trouble to make?
Question by Don,t try this at home | last reply
The other 3 she lives with (one of the three is separted from them) arent twitching, im pretty sure rabbits dont just twich their fur just to do it, i sure it's cause something is irritating her skin. is there anything i can do at home to stop the iritation?i checked her fur and from what i can see she doesnt have anything in it. they live out side in a large hutch with a long run and it,s the middle of winter so i thought everything should be dead. what can i do to help her?
Question by four bunnies | last reply
So yesterday when I had the usual Firefox Google page open up there was a little thing at the bottom that advertised an add-on called Personas. I checked it out and it turns out it has a lot of different "skins" for Firefox that you can interchange without restarting your browser. So, when I saw that you could make your own skins I thought of one thing, an Instructables persona, and here it is. For those who think that the amount of orange on each page of Instructables is not enough for their daily lives.The file for the footer is 3000x100 pixels. The file for the headers is 3000x200 pixels which is required for the headers and footers. The pictures below are just showing what the right sides of the different headers look like. The links below lead to the original files for the headers and footers so you can make them a part of your browser, just follow the instructions here, go to "Do I have to add my Persona to the public gallery?". Just download the original pics from these pages.Robot Header copyRobot Header 1 copyRobot Header 2 copyRobot Header 3 copyFooter it is just the darker orange color on the headerUPDATE:The persona for the first one is finally available on Personas
Topic by n8man | last reply
Hi Instructables community - Do you work in wearable computing? 2nd Skin will be showcasing works that fuse fashion, technology, and art to address life in the 21st century on April 25th at the Exploratorium. This call closes Friday, February 29. Thanks for your time! -Jessi ~Call for Artists: 2nd Skinhttp://www.exploratorium.edu/2ndskin/The Exploratorium invites artists creating wearable computing, wearable art, or related performances to submit works for 2nd Skin: Imaginative Designs in Digital & Analog Clothing. This exhibition features works that fuse fashion, technology, and art to address life in the 21st century. Existing or proposed works in all media are welcome, including fabric, soft-circuitry, found-object, video, installation, and performance. 2nd Skin opens Friday, April 25 at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA. The opening night celebration will include performances, a runway show, and installations. Select works will remain on display through Sunday, September 7, 2008. Participating artists will receive a modest honorarium.To apply, please submit: 1-5 images (JPEG or PDF under 1 MB/ea) or URL link Brief statement (1-3 paragraphs) describing the art and concept behind it Artist resume / CV Estimated costs for shipping, fabrication, or installation, if anyPlease email submissions to Pamela Winfrey, Curator/ Senior Artist, at email@example.com.Deadline: Friday, February 29, 20082nd Skin WebsiteExplOratorium2nd Skin Press Release
Topic by JessiJ
Has anyone found a way of removing the brown 'Original' Gorilla Glue from skin. Earlier today I picked something up by the wrong side which I'd just coated in the stuff. I've just spent 20 minutes washing and scrubbing my hands as per their FAQs and have just about lost the stuff, but has anyone come up with a miracle way of removing it? Note that this is the brown foaming polyurethane glue; not the cyanoacrylate type.
Question by AndyGadget | last reply
Hey guys, im looking to rid a macbook i have acquired from my brother of the apple logo. i am looking to cover the top lid with black vinyl with a custom cutout in the centre (smaller than the apple logo, maybe ubuntu logo or tux. undecided as of yet). i do not have the access to equipment necessary for this so i am willing to pay an individual who can help me. get back if you think you can help thanks!
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One of the strangest meal-times in the animal kingdom has been caught on film by a BBC crew.The team recorded footage of a female worm-like amphibian, called a caecilian (pronounced "Sicilian"), allowing her young to peel off and eat her skin.The video is a bit odd-putting if you don't like slimy, wormy things, but fascinating nonetheless.The videoThe storyFirst episode of Life in Cold Blood available for UK viewers with Internet Explorer, only available until 11-2-08iPlayer home (again, only available to UK residents)
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Hi! I dont know if here its a good place to talk about this idea but..here i come. First of all I just saw "In Time" movie, that from Justin Timberlake you know, and I was thinking about the green clock in their arms. I thought that I can do it with a projector or somekind of stuff like that..( like a PIPBOY 3000 from fallout, projectin right on my arm). But Imnot happy with that way so Im here asking for help... Would you know how to do a subcutaneous clock or maybe some transparent film around arm with leds, i dont really know. Brainstorming here please! Note: Sorry for my english, Im not a native english speaker and thanks for your time reading!
Topic by erk1one | last reply
I have an idea for a cool makeup effect (for Halloween, movie, etc.) but I can't find out what exactly I need. I need some kind of body paint that tends to crack (not fall off, just crack), that I can pain on my face and move around to crack it up a bit. I haven't a clue what kind of paint that would be. Any ideas? Thank you for any help!
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I'm a school teacher and every year we have a door decorating competition...and we always lose. Last year, I tried working on an interactive door display that shows the users holiday/Christmas spirit level, ranging from jolly to bah humbug. My idea was the user would put one or both hands on a metal plate(s) and lights would show up showing their level of holiday spirit. Essentially, it's a skin conductivity meter that uses a row of led lights indicating the amount of resistance/conductivity. Does anyone have plans available or can direct me to a site where I can find them. Preferably nothing too elaborate where I can just use a breadboard and electronic parts from Radio Shack. Thanks, Dwight
Topic by boomfiziks | last reply
Anyone know of a skin safe liquid electric tape like chemical?
Question by -Tykora- | last reply
Looking for ways to tan a fish skin as into leather
Question by doesdeer | last reply
Details of the chemical compounds that help to make a good cream, adding the hydrokenon
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I'm using a ludwig with skins that are glued to flesh hoops and the flesh hoops are tightened with wooden rims. i need to reskin one of the flesh hoops and i'm not sure how to do it!
I have been moving them around for a couple of years and really need to get organized and need space, even the container these are in,if there is no use for them i will toss,
Question by escapefromyonkers | last reply
I contracted a case of poison oak about a week ago and it's really got me itching today. I need some relief and I was wondering if the community had any ideas for home remedies and or effective treatments. I've been through the whole course of oral steroids (prednisone), and topical creams (hydrocortisone) with previous outbreaks, but they never seem to work all that well. I'm open to any and all of your suggestions, so let's hear them. Look at the pictures. Feel my itch. Answer my question, and help me return my skin back to its normal, smooth state.
Question by noahw | last reply
Tweezers are the only supplies that I have but I do not know if it is sanitary enough.
Question by Soccerzing6 | last reply
Electrooculography is a technique where skin mounted electrodes are placed near the eyes to track eye movement. You can look here - http://community.curuxa.org/en/Electrooculograph - for a general idea. Is it possible to make electrodes for this purpose at home?
Question by gerogero | last reply
Two of my rabbits have it i dont know if the other to have it because they wont stay still long enough. it doesnt seem like a cut but its mor like a fold of skin but you cant un fold it. its right next to their vagina and it collects yellow moist stuff. should i just leeve it alone of clean it out? it hurts them when i do stuff to it and i know that because after i try to get the yellow stuff out they chatter their teeth. please help
Question by four bunnies | last reply
Is there any sensors to detect human and human skin? please mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org?
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