Tell us about yourself!
Ha! Excellent. Prepare to be called cheap by would be lighter thieves, I love that one.
Simple Phone /Device Camera Lens Protector.
Eva Foam Face Shield
Great project, thank you for making this Instructable!
Ah thanks, and yes I agree something is better than nothing. Expecially for sick people who might have to travel, so they don't spread as much. Thanks!
Do the materials you listed have the right micron filtration to work as a medical mask? Interesting tutorial all the same.
Potato Stamping: Homemade Gift Wrapping Paper
Cool! Thanks for the comment. If you will, come back and click the "I made it" button and post pics if you have them.
Ok I sent you an email
I'm so glad you made this, I have frozen Rhubarb and strawberries from my garden from last season that I have been meaning to use for a pie. I have never heard of the European butter, so thanks for that tip.
Hi love your idea, the coasters are so colorful. That's a great idea about tiling a bathroom. I have been trying to reduce my single use plastic waste and made a related instructable I thought I would share with you. Maybe between the two of our ideas we have a solution? I'm using an electric grill instead of a heat gun. Check it out. - https://www.instructables.com/Save-Ocean-Wildlife-at-Home/
There are answers to this in the comments, as I understand you get the key part cut which will unlock the door but not start the engine, then you hide a fob key in the glove box. Yes they are expensive, but may be cheaper than having your car unlocked by a lock smith. Thanks for looking.
Natural Branch Parakeet (Budgie) Perch View Instructable »
Genius! I like reusing stuff so that is a great idea for those cards. Some people are suggesting behind the license plate. Most those folks are in Europe, so that's where to look if you are on the run in Europe and want to steal a car, lol. I must emphasis after a second coat of undercoating you really can't make out the shape of the key, but its still a great idea using the cards. Thanks for the comment.
What's nice about gaffers tape is it won't leave residues behind. Thats why its used on speaker cabinets, speakers wires etc for music shows.
Hahahaha! Thanks pal!
Great! If you do this, would you mind clicking the "I made this" button at the end of the turorial? Thanks a bunch!
Genius!! Thanks for the comment!
Thanks for the comment! If you do this, will you click the "I made this" button at the end of the tutorial? Thanks!
Great idea, and hilarious idea!!!
Thank ya sir!
Hidden Spare Car Key for Emergencies View Instructable »
Cool finished design! This is an amazing first project for concrete, I take it you haven't worked with it before since you didn't wear gloves?
I had to upload this, here is some fan art for the movie we made. You can see the leg near the center at the bottom, the hero has it in one hand and her hacksaw in the other.
Hey thanks for the info!
All good points, thank you for the response. I always set it up, set my cell phone alarm and go do something else while it melts outside. So I am never around to inhale any fumes. Also, what you can't see in the pics is my AC output is directly behind the table I set up on. I usually block the flow of air while it heats and then unblock while it cools. Good point on the photo degradeable plastics, and for that matter bio degradeable plastics as well. My main purpose is to deform the plastics so an animal doesn't eat it. I will post some pics from time to time of my growing pile of melted plastics, I have about 15 pucks already!!! I can't believe how much plastic I generate. I hope you make this at home, I have had a lot of satisfaction playing with this, every little bit helps.
Thank you for the kind comments!
Casting of Stone CarvingView Instructable »
Thank you for the kind comment! I was thinking the same thing, I actually mention that a scaled up version could be used for towns or cities. I love the idea of different molds being incorporated, that's a genius idea! I am going to contact Green Peace and give them a link in hopes that they might spread the word. Maybe they have friends that could actually make that happen. I will mention your idea of making practical objects people can keep. Thanks a lot Pedro!
Hey thanks for that tip! I could see making a mallet out of HDPE.
Save Ocean Wildlife at HomeView Instructable »
-From the text in step 7 -"Also, I had to run home one day because of a rain storm, so always watch the weather before leaving your budgies outside. You might decide to make a rain roof to place over the top to give your birds protection. I don't want mine out in the rain since I imagine a clap of thunder could give them heart attacks."
Parakeet RetreatView Instructable »
This is the best thing I have ever seen on instructables
Interesting, I guess the butane isn't as combustible as the oxyacetylene? I think I'll give the striker a try, even if it takes 5-6 strikes, it would be nice to have a back up to a lighter. Thanks for the comments!
I've used those to light acetaline torches, will they light a pen torch?
Never Have a Lighter Stolen Again!!View Instructable »
So they do have to replace them? I saw some articles about the suit, but not the outcome. Do you remember where you saw that info? Thanks
Blood Squirting Box Cutter PropView Instructable »
Nicely done! I run an antique restoration business and have a very similar tool set up. I use a pic of my tools for my avatar.
Simulated 3D Panel for Film SetView Instructable »
Ah thanks! Yeah, I have had them fall on me, and had to slowly turn towards them to catch the ones that were hanging by a thread while others drop. haha
When I called them they said yeah, we guarantee it'll charge 1000 times or we will replace it free. They replaced 5-6 batteries. Good to hear the new packs are lasting longer though.
I like how Makita reversed their guarantee of 1000 charges or replacement.
Hey Bezzell! I noticed when I used this rig with a small point and shoot it had a shake to it. One thing I would try is adding weight if possible. Also check the wheels for any scratches or gunk stuck to them etc. You want wheels that are as flawless and smooth as possible. I always use my rig on a piece of masonite or glass also, once again for smoothness. Hope this helps
Thank you, yeah they're the large intestines.
Fake IntestinesView Instructable »
Awesome costume! I've never heard of polymorph, gonna have to get some.
Thank you so much!
Stabbed in the Back CostumeView Instructable »
Bongmaster is right, your blade is spent and the chip breaker doesn't need sharpening. I've never seen a blade worn down to that point. Like he said get another blade. I find old Stanley/record/baileys at flea markets for $10 -15 and they always have parts I can use including blades.
Bicycle hauling cart from old child trailerView Instructable »
Camera DollyView Instructable »
Thanks you for the interest! We are still in production. You can check our FB page for updates-https://www.facebook.com/hookerwithahacksaw/I need to do another tutorial on how I used the leg, some football shoulder pads, a pillow and the actors shirt to simulate a decapitation! There are pics on the FB page of the torso on the ground with me and the crew posing for a pic, my real name is Mason... you probably would have figured that out though. Thanks again for looking
haha! good point. Its just what I expect to see in low budget slasher films though, lots of spurting blood. I added a note to #4. Thanks for pointing that out, and thanks for looking
Thanks for looking, and for the kind comment. I forgot to mention the girl is beating me to death with my leg so it might cause blood to come flying out due to centripetal force, but yea the idea was for the leg to be spraying blood everywhere for the cinematic qualities we expect in a slasher film.
Severed leg that sprays fake blood -movie propView Instructable »
Silcone Matrix Mould / Cavity Mould
No More Roaches
Nightstand with light
Hidden Compartment In Everyday Door