Manga tips?

 Any tips on drawing manga faces

Question by Jawa888 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Any tips...

Any advice for those of us just starting out? -KB1QID

Topic by smithy813 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Any tips?

I created my "first" instructable in quite some time, and I feel I may be a bit rusty.  (took a while to pop up on the site too....) So I would appreciate any tips or hints as to how I can improve on future projects!  Gimme a holla! https://www.instructables.com/id/Coco-Lanterns/

Topic by Flintlock 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Instructable tips? Answered

I am making an instructable on how to make a chicken coop, I already have lots of pictures.  Anyone have any tips on how to make a great instructable?  I am thirteen and this is my first  instrucable I intend to publish.

Question by furrysalamander 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


skateboard tips?

Yeh another thing im getting in to any tips for me? things i know how to do: stand on it it stear blance get going keep going and i got to get me some cash for clothesand shoes(i have some old airspeeds im using)

Topic by knexsuperbuilderfreak 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Hunting Tips

Hi everybody i was wondering if you could give me some tips on hunting foxes because i just bought a 55 IB recurve bow and the dam fox has killed 2 of our ducks and i want to take it DOWN, i know a bit about hunting, like using camo, tree stands, traps and so on, could u all please help me to kill this fox. thanks for the help

Topic by lukeRAMBO 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Tips on Welding

This is s a general forum for people to post questions and tips they have found over the time they've spent welding My question/tip is this - I recently had to weld two pieces of oddly shaped steel together. Placement and alignment was important for me but the shapes of the steel pieces made clamping them together a bit of a mission. My solution was to position and hold the pieces of steel using prestik (probably the south african equivalent of U.S. bluetack - maybe chewing gum could work) and then the steel pieces didn't move while I tacked them in place. My question is obviously whether this is a questionable practice because of fumes (I didn't notice any) or weakening of the weld from the prestik inclusion (it seems to be holding quite nicely though and the piece is now the switch activator for a press strip feeder. If you can't think of any problems then its a tip

Topic by djmachet 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Tips and Hints

This is my invention for the day.  Use of magnetic tool holders is a very old, but handy way to organize tools.  My contribution to Magnetic Tool Holders is to use small, strong magnets (12 mm diameter) attached to a metal bar or in the photo, to my card table edge.  That in itself is still not very significant. However HOW the tools are hung from the magnets is significant. The problem:  If I put the magnets vertically and hang the tools vertically, the surface area of the magnet is such that often the attraction between the tool and the magnet causes the magnet to stay with the tool instead of with the table.  A magnet sticking to the tool, can be very annoying. The solution:  Placing the magnets horizontally--at the bottom--AND hanging the tools by their tips allows for very easy detachment and attachment.  The magnetic force is strong enough to hold some very heavy tools, like the pliers or long nose pliers without any difficulty.  The tools are easily removed and easily replaced.  This would also apply to any magnetic strip.   The key thought of the day: Hang tools from magnetic tool holders by their tips. Of course, another solution is to glue the magnets to the supporting bar--wood or metal--and clamp the supporting bar to the table.  That works as well, but is more permanent and is a little more work.  Also, if the magnets are allowed to attach by their full surface area to the tools, the tools are hard to remove.  

Topic by stannickel 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Tips for exercising?

Since I'm entering a new school for the 2010-2011 school year, ( which means 3 schools will combine into one) I thought I might lose weight. Me, a bit tubby at 92.5 pounds, (As of August 17, 2010) So I decided to run. Everyday, I do half a mile running, and half a mile walking. I started 3 days ago, and I've already seen improvement. I was 93.5 lbs after 1 run. After a bit of cool down, I do sit ups. I've got my MP3 player going (The Rocky Theme-ULTIMATE MOTIVATOR) as I run. Any tips? I don't do sports, and I try not to eat after 8:00. I've got running shoes and a appropriate outfit. I'd like to see what everybody can say to me. -NYPA

Topic by NYPA 8 years ago


Glitchy Tips Screen

Its glitchy.. Thought u guys should know so u can fix it

Topic by eggyeggyeggy 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Explosive tip arrows?

I have been looking for a way to make archery more intresting so i came up with the idea of explosive tip arrows but i got afew qustions. 1st of all i know this is not really safe but i can insure all of the instructables community i will use them responably. What would be the best type of explosive to use?? would it be better to use an explosive that will explode with the inpact or rig a primer in there somewhere. My next qustion is what do you guys think will be the best idea to house the explosives in?? should i make a tip to put it in?? If so what would be a good design?? or should i rig the explosives inside the arrow?? Thanks for everyones input.

Question by Don,t try this at home 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Skewer ammo tip?

How can I make a good jumbo paperclip tip for skewer ammo thats used for a skewer gun? Any places I can find a guide?

Question by Cheezpaper 8 years ago


Tool Tips Month!

How come the Tool Tips Month contest is not on the front page with the other challenges/ contests?

Topic by GorillazMiko 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


survival gear and tips

What do you guys think are good survival items to have and tips to learn

Topic by marumasa 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Tips / Tricks Section

It would be good to have a TIPS/TRICKS category.  Sometimes i have some good info somebody else might be able to use. Not enough for a full Instructable. Its a tip/trick that doesn't take a lot of explanation.  Example ible.  I was forced to add more pictures just to get the ible to publish. I suppose those additional pictures help, but not really needed for this particular tip to be valid. So i suggest a TIP/TRICK section or something along those lines      

Topic by WWC 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Camping and Vandwelling Tips

My goal is to share free information and tips on saving money on travel, camping and much more

Topic by sturtle1 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Fasion tips for outcasts

What kind of clothing and accessories do outcasts wear? I am kind of punk right now, but a discussion on this topic would be appreciated. thanks -Spikes

Topic by GiveMeMyCawwot 12 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


School Video Tips

In my reading/gifted/advanced class, we are supposed to make a documentary showing some of our community's problems. We also have to show how we plan to fix them, too. (I'm working alone)In language arts, we were put into groups to come up with some advertisement for a fictional business or project. It cannot be an existing product or business, either. We have 5 people in our group, and have chosen to use a clothing store as a thing to advertise.So that is two videos, a commercial, and a documentary (we are studying persuasive techniques). I wanted to do a good job on these, so does anyone have any tips? Any tips would do, from lighting to tips on acting. I like making movies, and below are some of my quick videos I made, for Youtube. This one took me about 15 minutes, so it is kinda crappy: Hope you liked them!

Topic by John Smith 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Safety Tips, anyone?

Ok, obviously, "don't drop hot steel on your feets" is the first safety thing we need to think about, but what abut others? Any chemical hazards or others people'd like to share?

Topic by Vendigroth 12 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Tips on wind power?

I am looking for tips on creating a small windmill to charge a twelve volt battery. what is the best type of motor to use? Does anyone know how to make a charging circuit, so that even when the winds are low, it can charge the battery? What is the best type of battery? Are there any other questions i should be asking about wind power, and what are the answers to them?

Question by cyc4015 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Tube Amp tips?

Lately I've been pondering building a tube amp for my electric guitar, and I'm wondering if anyone has tips on component selection/could recommend some resources for me, since I'm not exactly an audio expert.  I'm considering something in the way of a half-stack, any ideas on what the cost would be of building that, and what kind of wattage I could get without breaking the bank?

Question by RelaxedSoup 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Knife making tips

Im new to instructables ive tried a few easy paracord projects but now want to try making my own knife I have a piece of 01 gauge 3mm high carbon steel and a few designs to start. I'm looking for some tips on shaping the blade, hardening and final sharpening. I'm sure there are lots of little tricks out there hopefully this way I won't have to learn them the hard way. Thanks dugie

Topic by dugie502 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Tips on storing bikes?

I'm trying to get my patio back. desperately. The problem is, we have threee bikes that take up about 1/3 of our patio space, and we're trying to find a way to reduce the footprint of the bikes, without disassembling them, since one of them is my primary mode of transport, at least one of them has to be accessible at all times. we considered hanging them, but out appartment complex is kinda uptight. anybody have any tips?

Question by cyc4015 10 years ago


Explosive tip arrows?

I have been looking for a way to make archery more intresting so i came up with the idea of explosive tip arrows but i got afew qustions. 1st of all i know this is not really safe but i can insure all of the instructables community i will use them responably. What would be the best type of explosive to use?? would it be better to use an explosive that will explode with the inpact or rig a primer in there somewhere. My next qustion is what do you guys think will be the best idea to house the explosives in?? should i make a tip to put it in?? If so what would be a good design?? or should i rig the explosives inside the arrow?? Thanks for everyones input.

Question by Don,t try this at home 6 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


solder tips save

Hello,everybody,do you need any tools?do you have ever repairing your mobile phone or cell phone? Now in here,you can do that,you can DIY your phone,bakutools is what your best choice,if you need that, contact with me,my mail address:baku01@bakutools.com ,come one,do not miss it,here have all the tools what you need,you can serach my images that i uploaded here,thank you.

Topic by bakutools 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Rectangle accuracy tip...

Well, I made a discovery when I was messing around with some shells, I found that if you load a red rod into your rectangle, then put a shell of 5 silver spacers all the way back on the red rod... The red rod then flies extremely straight. The shell then falls straight down, where you can use it again if you want. P.s. This also works for yellow, and grey rods.P.p.s. You can also do the same thing for oodammo, but with only one silver spacer.TRY IT OUT PEOPLE=P

Topic by travw 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Dremel Tips/Tricks

Hi, I just got my Dremel yesterday (multipro 285 for £20) it ROCKS but I thought it would be good to have a forum topic for people to post tips/tricks about using their Dremel that they have pivked up/ made up.Mine is this (Its in pdf format) but basically it is a way to use you dremel to quickly "Desolder" pcbs (~5 minutes or less per board!). Wht you do is put on a coarse (~60 grit) sanding drum and go over the back of the pcb. It is very dusty but afterwards the components just need a small pul with some pliars and your done.

Topic by josh92176 11 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Invisalign removal tips? Answered

Just got my first set of Invisalign trays today and am close to giving up.  Two nails folded over backwards, and another  just tore to the quick... typing this is not easy.  Got home and tried to shape a toothbrush handle to what made sense (didn't work) and then yanked with a 000 crochet hook. (Visions of emergency rooms dancing in my head). I've just ordered a set of Outies, although  the reviews say the plastic is brittle and breaks easily.  So,  ible family,  you are  the people most likely to have come up with  the perfect tool or method. Please share your wisdom.

Question by mole1 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Photography Tip (For W-burg)

Here's a good tip for you aspiring photographers!Check it out.

Topic by Bran 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Spare tip for MAPLIN soldering iron N78AR ??? How to find it ??? Answered

Hi ... would someone be so kind and give me advice, how to find spare tips for the MAPLIN N78AR soldering iron ??? I know, that I can buy a set in MAPLIN ... but I would like to buy 3x fine tips - preferably on EBAY - but I don't know how can I find it ??? Thank you in advance. Zholy

Question by zholy 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


What's the difference between a TIP 31 and a TIP 122?

I am planning to build my first DIY LED Strip panel and the requirement states TIP 31. I can find only TIP 122 close to where I live. Can I use TIP 122 in Place of TIP 31 . I want to use it with an Arduino . Thanks, Aakash

Question by asingh204 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Knife blade tip repair...

Aye well, someone dropped BOTH of my best knives, and now I have a bent, chipped knife blade tip. I've got a standard knife sharpener, and small whetstone I need to learn how to use, and advice? Here's some pics of the damage

Topic by KentsOkay 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Quirky tip on how to propagate roses?

Recently I found this little quirky tip on how to propagate roses/ bushes and I was wondering if it was true? In the little tidbit, they tell you to use a cutting of a rose of course and then put a little cinnamon on one of the ends that you intend to grow roots. Then poke that end in to a potato. Then bury that part with the potato into the ground. After I guess eventually you get a new rose bush. I was wondering can this actually work? Or is this just bait to get you to read more of their articles?

Topic by Treasure Tabby 5 months ago  |  last reply 4 months ago


Why is solder not staying on the tip of my soldering iron?

The tip of my new soldering iron is not holding solder while tinning even after applying flux. Soldering is therefore getting difficult, can anyone suggest a solution for this problem?

Question by Ankan Nayak 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


can i fix the tip of my soldering iron

I have this soldering iron that i totaly messed up. i didnt treet it well when i first got it and now i want to kno if it is even fixable. the tip is not only flat but the only part of it that is able to melt the solder is the size of a pin. im cash strapped and want to kno if there is some way short of buying a new tip to not only make it be able to melt the solder but to some how get it to be somewhat of pointed again. thanx

Topic by lurkingshaddow 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


how can I find a replacement tip only for an ibook G4 adapter?

The adapter works fine; my electrical meter shows 24V output as per spec. My 7 year old just broke the tip.

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


any tips for downhill biking? Answered

Any tips for downhill biking?

Question by priceis 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


PS3 warhawk tips and tricks

Please put some tips and tricks here

Topic by hawke6789 6 years ago


Balistic tips or Spears for a Torpedo?

I don't know what to use. Should I use tips that explode or tips to spear. The torpedo I am currently making is made for ballistic tips but which should I use?

Topic by DELETED_outdoorsman2014 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Photos Display Without Tips

I just published an instructable (here), and the tip text displays when I edit, and sometimes when I view it, but usually it does not display.  For example in the intro, the first pic (of the cake) has 5 tip boxes, and the second (of the supplies) has 7.  The pictures are there, but usually (although not always) no boxes or tips are visible. Thoughts?

Topic by bsgolob 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Take a Great Portrait with These Tips

Probably the best and easiest photography tip I've heard in the past year. Amazing.

Topic by AngryRedhead 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Give me tips on studying. Answered

I am quite excited that school is going to start shortly ( there's not much to do in summertime ) and i would like some tips on how to stay organized and study effectively.

Question by tsavescu 6 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Tips for painting digi camo? Answered

Can any one give me some tips on how to paint and make digi camo stencils, or direct me to where i can get some digi camo stencils cheap? Thanks.

Question by ~Z~ 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Tips for new Blackberry user?

Suddenly I got an overwhelming urge for a Blackberry so I went down to the local telco store and got myself a BlackBerry Curve 8310 (the one with the camera and GPS). I'm sure that there are a lot of tips&tricks to learn and good utilities / applications to download to enhance the functionality of this little neat device. Does anyone have any tips or pointer to good websites for blackberries except the official blackberry-site and handango?

Topic by matseng 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Painting wood (any tips?)

I want to refinish a cabinet, is there a way to make the paint super smooth? (without the ugly brush strokes)

Topic by bronevaya 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Autogyro construction tips, please!!!

Hey i would like to get some tips on my autogyro which i plan to build...    a) Rotor shape & size    b) Engine power (and power source) and engine propellor shape & size    c) Materials to be used in construction (durable, cheap)    d) Approximate size P.S. I weigh around 345 Newtons...

Question by hqdiyexplorer 6 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


February will be Tool Tips month

We wanted to give you, the forum readers, an advance notice of what will be happening for the month of February. February will be Tool Tips month here at Instructables and we want to see people documenting how to use their favorite tools. The tools that can be written about are pretty broad. This can be a cordless drill or a sewing machine. If you use it and have some advice, we want to hear about it. We'll be giving away patches and t-shirts at the end of the month. If you want to enter an Instructable, just remember to publish it from Feb 1 - 29.

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Tool Tips Winners Announced

Instructables is happy to announce the prizewinners from Tool Tips Month!You shared over 100 helpful Instructables with tips on hardware, software, and even creating new tools to solve a problem. The site is even more helpful to visitors thanks to all of you who contributed.Since this was a theme month contest the voting was done by the the audience for two of the winners, two were selected by Instructables staff, and one was chosen in a random draw. Be sure to check out the Tool Tips group to see many more great Instructables. We'll be opening the group back up for people to join and add even more useful Tool Tips Instructables.Now, on with the winners!Ratings Prizes - For receiving the two highest ratings, the authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Remote shutter trigger for Digital Cameras by deth2all 100 Ways to Reduce Your Impactby Brennn10 Judges Prize - Selected by instructables staff, the authors of these two Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. How To Shave Without Getting Razor Bumps by SteamKit How to Sharpen a Chiselby offseid Random Prize - For being lucky enough to have its name pulled out of a compressor-powered salad spinner, the author of this Instructable will receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt.and the random winner is...This tip for not burning your desk.Many other members created great Tool Tips, and will receive an Instructables patch. In alphabetical order:1up, alvincredible, BobbyMike, botronics, Brandon121233, computerwiz_222, fatrickuk, Firebert010, Gjdj3, Gunk on Floor, Hodge-Podge, IamTheCreator, iPodGuy, killerjackalope, Kiteman, LinuxH4x0r, Man of Stone, marc92, mbmosher, Plusea, regisd, sideshowcesil, sideways, SteamKit, summit, theopowers, Tool Using Animal, wiiman8.

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


New comments/questions/tips

... are much improved. I like the fact they're all rolled into one list, that I can now respond to tips, and select best answers for questions, and upvote anything I so choose. Great improvements from an authorial standpoint, thanks!

Topic by makendo 10 months ago  |  last reply 10 months ago


protection tips for lifepo4 battery?

Its a 24 v 30 AH battery to be used in a trike.Apart from the protection circuits  what(materials) could be used to fill the battery surface to avoid more damage to the vehicle in case of a disaster? Any usual practices?

Question by Nr-Think different 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago