I've got a Fat Strat, a Tele, a Vox VT30 and a Boss SD-1, what should I do?
Question by adamgillies | last reply
I'm interested in building a box to perform this illusion on the relatively-cheap. Granted, there are many ways of performing this illusion; I'd like to build one that doesn't require two women but uses fake legs instead. I don't need help with the fake legs.
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I stumbled on this video: http://www.pelourinho.com/movies/c003702/An artist draws a woman starting with a skeleton, and going from there to a fully dressed figure. Pretty neat.The artist does go from bones to skin to clothes. It doesn't really show much, and I didn't find it offensive, but have been asked to label it NSFW.
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From The Sun, 11 Dec 2008:SHE is the perfect wife, with the body of a Page 3 pin-up and housekeeping skills that put TV's Kim and Aggie to shame.Her name is Aiko, she can even read a map, and will never, ever, nag. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't she fellas? And she is.Aiko is actually a robot, a fantasy brought to life by inventor Le Trung. Devoted Aiko --- "in her 20s" --- has a stunning 32-23-33 figure, pretty face and shiny hair.She is always happy to clean the house for "husband" Le, help with his accounts or get him a drink.Computer ace Le, 33, from Ontario, Canada, has spent two years and £14,000 building his dream girl.He had planned to make an android to care for the elderly.But his project "inspired by sci-fi robots like Star Wars's C3PO " strayed off-course. [ ... ]He said: "Aiko doesn't need holidays, food or rest, and will work almost 24 hours a day. She is the perfect woman."Aiko sparks mixed reactions in public.Le said: "Women usually try to talk to her. But men always want to touch her, and if they do it the wrong way she slaps them."Read the whole article, with a video clip and pictures, at http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2023392.ece
Topic by kelseymh | last reply
I want to make a mens dress shirt into a fitted dress...i want the style to stay the same! how would i go about taking it in...with out ruining it??
Question by melanie0929 | last reply
My friend Marc Scheff is an accomplished digital painter, and recently came up with a new idea: when painting someone's portrait, why not give them both the finished product and the work as it was created? Thus were born Video Portraits. He's done a bunch, which you can find on his blog.I've included two, here. One of a woman named Polly Rose and another of Barack Obama (our next president-to-be!) Polly Rose from marc scheff on Vimeo.
Topic by nagutron | last reply
My mom is pregnant with twins and my youngest brother asked me if she has two umbilical cords.
Question by GianniMora | last reply
Once I had a Korean woman put my hair in a bun. She did not use any pins, bands or anything. She just twisted it and tucked it and somehow it stayed in place. Anyone know how to do that?
Question by Darcy777
First of all, I'm a noob in electronics, so please explain your jargon as you would to a 3 year old. I am smart & learn quickly. So, I really want to make my blind 80 year-old grandmother a pair of bat ears. I bought her one of those sonic distance measureres from home-depot because of the barely audible tic they send out to bounce off wall/etc and record the time it takes the signal to return. You can hear the tic, and with your eyes closed.. you can kinda tell how far things are away from you just by listening. She loves it, and it just barely.. kinda works. What I"m shooting for is a single over-ear headphone (xbox-live communicator style) with some type of proximity sensor attached, sending a constant signal to the headphone... low for long distances, gradually higher for gradually closer distances. Any reasonable suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Topic by wiglessbuzzard | last reply
I'm looking for a 6 or 7-8 minute monologue or one-woman play to be performed by a young woman. I'd prefer for it to be modern (within the last century) and to have some kind of meaning or something that people can connect or relate to. I've looked all over the internet for something that fits this description, but I've had no luck as of late. I'm 16 years old, so that may you to know what I'm looking for. Please and thank you! If it's shorter than 6 minutes, it's out, but no longer than 8 minutes (a few seconds over is okay).
Question by Dorgia | last reply
A US woman had a lucky escape when a burglar's bullet bounced off the metal underwire in her bra.Police in the city of Detroit said one of three intruders fired a shot when the woman looked out of her window and saw them raiding the house next door.The bullet smashed the window and hit her, but instead of causing serious injury - or worse - it was deflected off the wiring in her bra.The unnamed 57-year-old woman was taken to hospital and released the same day."It did slow the bullet down," said a police spokesman. "She sustained injuries but they're not life-threatening."Teenage gangThe woman, who lives on the west side of Detroit, had seen the youths breaking into the house next door while her neighbour was away.Police believe one of the gang saw her looking out of the window and fired at her.The suspects then drove away after the shooting.Local police Sgt Eren Stephens Bell told the Detroit News: "We need to get some bulletproof vests made from that. It is some strong wire." BBC Story
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
I want to find the name of the song that has those lyrics.
Smart parents monitor their children's internet activities, but they probably never thought they'd need to consider blocking Instructables due to overt sexual content. Is a woman groping her chocolate covered breasts really considered kid-friendly by this community?
Topic by bajablue | last reply
This fad of "planking" reminds me of a parlor trick I think I read about once. Perhaps from the 1800s. A woman lies with heels on one chair, head on another. Supposedly she has been hypnotized to be very strong. Then a heavy guy sits on her stomach. Is there a name for that? Or a place to find image, or reference?
Topic by Toga_Dan | last reply
8 X 10. Woman in profile dressed in hat and dress of late 1800's. No signature. I'm thinking it may be an example of early air brushing. There is no signature. Could it have any artistic value?
I`m making this model out of laser etched carboard, it will be 5 meters in diagonal. https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-print-models/miniatures/figurines/sexy-naked-woman-001 what kind of wallhangers" are the best to put this on the wall and remove it the prettiest??
Topic by DIAGONALLIS
For me, ordering online is a last resort, so I was wondering if anyone knew of any brick-and-mortar stores that carried something like that. Also, the woman who runs the chemistry dept storeroom at my university is a singularly unpleasant lady who won't even give students new equipment unless the lab professor insists.
Question by zalf
Hey all, I need some DIY help. I just rescued this road bike from a woman whose father was a racer, I love it but its just too darn big. I ride it comfortably standing, biut getting on it is quite risky. Any suggestions? I lowered the seat. I don't know what else could be done, but I'm hoping!!
Topic by itsdori
Hello, This is a very, very long shot . . . When I was young I bought a second-hand record originally from the 70's or very early 80's . . . I have no idea what happened to it but almost weekly I think about how to hear it again . . I have stopped myself from asking in Answers for several years but today is the day. As far as I remember it had an album cover with a plain beige border, inside the border was a drawing of an art nouveaux type woman woman with flowing clothing. The theme was all Hari Krishna but not an actual Hari Krishna record. Lyrics such as " there is a distant place called sweet something, where silent something something, . . . Beneath a snowy ocean lying wide lies something something . . . " there was a lot of Govinda going on. I've tried looking for album cover on Google images. I've tried typing in all the lyrics that I can remember. No luck . . . any ideas anyone. And, no, it's not Kula Shaker, although I do actually like that track. Thank you
Question by FriendOfHumanity | last reply
Hey everyone :) my name is Basel , and Im a 16 years old guy , and im thinking of using piezoelectricity to charge an original mobile phone , and i want to know if i can do that , and if i can get enough energy ? im sorry because of my weak language because im an arab :D please help me :)
Question by bahmaro | last reply
I would like to build it myself in the cheapest way. I have seen a video from Columbia and how they put together 4 containers for a small compact house. I have not seen anything in the USA that does not drain the pocket book of the little man or woman. Any help will be greatly appreciated! Sakimoto
Question by sakimoto | last reply
I couldn't help but post this. The Persuader is a purse designed by James Piatt to look like a gun. He writes: "For the girl on the move the Pursuader features a handy cell phone compartment in the clip. Constructed by interlocking laser cut leather this handbag has no stitching. This is a combination of old-world craftsmanship and high technology. Create the look no one can refuse."For the woman in your life who has everything! - via Craft: - via geekologie - Link.
Topic by lebowski | last reply
Has anybody had a real bad experience with a customer? or a customer with an employee? So i was once worked at an ice cream parlor.A woman says to me in Spanish and the only word i recognized was chocolate (there's actually two chocolate flavors, regular and chocolate pecan ) so i gave her the pecan one ...she tastes it and she threw it at me, (lucky for me i had to do the long shift). On that same day another woman showed up and asked for chocolate pecan in broken English and i asked waffle or cone (people never specify waffle or cone) she gave me a dirty look and i gave her the cone,she throws it down on the ground, Being the only one there and I had to mop it up, some customers are yelling at me in spanish (later i figured out it was bad words). So by the end of that day i had about 5 people throw ice cream at me 2 were adults and 3 were kids. But i didnt quit because of that it was because the manager keep making me work on days i had school
Topic by CyrusII | last reply
I would like to make a large garden sculpture of a woman lying down. I mainly want the head, neck, shoulders and one arm and foot of concrete. The rest would be soil and plants to build up the body and a ground covered blanket for covering parts of her. I want it to be at least life size, preferably larger. Should I make a solid concrete head? What would I use to cast it?
Question by Jeanhopper | last reply
I got a message from a woman in the Netherlands named Vera that she had recreated my Ghost Shoes projects with a group of kids. This is so sweet! Seeing someone super far away redoing something I made is a great reward.It looks like they opted to make them with throwies instead of the full-on solar panels, but it's still great. Gotta love the pictures of kids with their shoes covered with plastic wrap and tape. Link
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Anyone have easy plans for making a portable artist's bench (aka "horse")? I mean, like really, really portable for a woman who has neck and shoulder issues? I saw an amazing one on eBay, but it costs $250.00. Any ideas? Here is the eBay link, if you would like to see what I'm talking about. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dllViewItem&Item;= 270363834810&Category;=41204&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26its%3DI%26otn%3D1#ht_1531wt_1139
Topic by LauraGrimes | last reply
Tide detergent: I took a rug hooking class a number of years ago, and one session was all about dying. The woman had a special technique for shading the wool using TIDE detergent (and it HAD to be tide). She would have one color of a wool, and then soak it is tide, and then add more water and soak the next piece of wool to make a lighter shade. I have lost the actual instructions. Does anybody know about this?
Question by dcdewitt | last reply
They use to call them porch people. They were made of woman's stocking. They were stuffed with fiber fill to make the head and would then sew eyes,nose and mouth on them there hands and feet were also made of stockings. Then they would dress them up and they really looked like people. They were very popular in the 80's. In Clinton N.J. And whoever made them, would charge about 250.00. they would call them porch people. Does anyone know how they were made?
Hello everyone, I'm not very active here and I think this is my first post on the forums... I just wanted to say how I really like the fact that there are No on Prop 8 banner ads on Instructables. :) But since we're on this topic now: How do you feel about Proposition 8? (If you don't know what Prop 8 is, it's the "Marriage Protection Act", it would amend the California constitution to say that only marriage between a man and a woman is valid and would make same-sex marriages unconstitutional.)
Topic by teh darkcloud | last reply
Hi there all you outdoorsmen and woman, just join this group and would like to find out if you have any tips on how to keep a tent (in my case a frame tent) from blowing away in windy conditions. I am mad about fishing, usually go fishing on weekends (Free State, South Africa), and had my problems with the wind blowing my tent down, hope you can assist and give me some tips. Regards Werner
Topic by Werncor | last reply
Just got a new bike and size seemed fine until I got it home and tried it out for real. I cannot stop and get off the bike without huring myself on the crossbar. I am a 51 year old woman who hasn't been on a bike for several years. I don't remember women's bikes having such high cross bars when I had a bike before. Now all ladies bikes seem to have high cross bars. Has anyone any suggestions on what I should do to resolve my problem?
Question by swizmegzi | last reply
Human urine and beer are superficially similar... Both are kinda yellow-colored. Both have bubbles, to the extent that if you shake up either you can get a good head of foam on them. Both are mostly water. I'm convinced that there must be a scientific, logical, concrete, fundamental, causal explanation for this similarity, and one of you punks and/or eggheads is going to tell me what it is. He, she, or it, (i.e man, woman, or robot) who best answers this question for me, will be bestowed with the honor of *BEST ANSWER* for this question.
Question by Jack A Lopez | last reply
The "Love Mattress" I have seen this thing on the internet for years, and somehow or another, it's been in the prototype phase for years, and I still don't see it on the market. It was designed by an Iranian designer named Mehdi Mojtabavi, who apparently is in no hurry to sell the darn thing. http://dornob.com/modular-love-mattress-made-flexible-for-cuddly-couples/ So here is the challenge, if anyone is man (or woman) enough to accept... Make one! If my girlfriend doesn't get one soon, she might throw a Veruca Salt temper tantrum (I WANT IT NOW!)
Question by OtisDrftwood | last reply
So I am not sure why we have to flag each post that is OBVIOUSLY a spam. A picture of a woman in a TIGHT pair of what can only barely be called pants or a Korean soccer team. And non English characters in the title would seem to be the only things needed to look for to get a spam flag. A spider could be written that would automatically kill any and all posts like that. Or put them in a flag folder that could be reviewed by a member of the staff. I have been a paying member of instructables for many years now and this spam thing could be the thing that makes be not come back. I do how you folks get a handle on it before it ruins the site.
Topic by apburner | last reply
My mother uses Hotmail (Windows, IE), and is having an issue with formatting. Whilst typing an email, the formatting buttons (bold, underline etc) do not all work. They are visible, and if you hover the cursor over them they will tell you what they should do, but nothing actually happens. Worse (for her), the emoticon button isn't working either. Click on it, and the selection of emoticons appears, but none will work. Does anybody have a fix that can be described over the phone to a woman near the end of her seventh decade, who refers to the cursor as "the blinky thing", and who has to keep the instructions for cutting and pasting written down beside her computer?
Question by Kiteman | last reply
I am a 23 year old woman, and I appreciate cars. I'd love to learn how to fix basic/important things on cars, especially just in case I'm in the middle of nowhere and my car breaks down lol. I'd especially like to learn about things under the hood and the proper way to fix them. I absolutely don't want to have to depend on a man or a mechanic that'll rip me off. I'd love to do freelance of some sort eventually and possibly get paid for it. I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Thanks.
Question by caitlinl13579 | last reply
It was an absolute pleasure to meet so many Instructables luminaries at the 2010 NYC Maker Faire. I managed to grab these few group images during our Instructables office hours. One of my favorite things about in-person events is hearing how Instructables has positively impacted so many people. Of the many stories I heard this weekend, the best was from a woman in her mid-thirties who told me of working with her dad to solder together the Electric Umbrella, and how it was the best father-daughter bonding experience of her entire life. I'm looking forward to the next time I can meet more of you!
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
A 75 year old woman has cut Armenia off from the internet. Whilst scavenging for copper in neighbouring Georgia, Hayastan Shakarian accidentally severed the fibre-optic cable connecting all three of Armenia's internet wholesale providers, and the whole country was cut off for almost 12 hours until after midnight on the night of 28th March. The pensioner has been arrested, and could face three years in prison, but has been released pending the completion of the investigation and the result of the prosecution. Armenian websites identified Shakarian as Armenian herself, not Georgian, and questioned the credibility of an old lady causing the blackout, claiming similar damage in Georgia has caused problems for Armenia in the past. AFP ArmeniaNow BBC
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Adam chronicles the relationship between a normal woman and a man with Asperger's Syndrome...Those with Asperger's, ...look at the world in ways that are fundamentally different...The easiest way to tell this story would be to resort to stereotypes and short-cuts and, to his credit, Mayer largely avoids these. A review Another review Update: The way I learned about this was through an interview on PBS radio in my area. UPDATE #2: I have seen the movie, and I find a lot of it very accurate....but if you are looking for a nice neat "happily ever after" ending, it might not be for you.....it is realistic, and life doesn't always deal us "happily ever after". Just saying....
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