Anybody on here want to be or already are a fashion designer?
Topic by Abigail08 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I've been looking around, and it seems like generally instructables users are not web/graphics designers. There needs to be a section for the design tutorials!!! Anyways when my schedule frees up in the future, I'll add some flash and dreamweaver tutorials... otherwise there is a major lacking of web DIY instructables! what you guys think? Dont you guys wanna learn how to DIY (design it yourself)? I am talkin about design here, not art.
Topic by tekness 11 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Milimeter studio has working on a 2d platform game and is looking for a few designers: - Art and graphic designer : with sample work, with strong hand drawing and full knowledge about an art program like Adobe Photoshop knowledge. - Frame by frame 2d animation designer: For motions of game's character : with sample work, with strong hand drawing. All of the Milimeter contacts (send files and etc) is via email address. So international designers from all of the world can work with Milimeter. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topic by farzadbayan 7 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I need flexible strip for led lights. i contacted too many manufacturer in china. they all want gerber files. i tried to draw with eagle but i have no experience on that. they said it's a mess. is there any body who done that before anybody for help please...
Topic by korguncelik 6 years ago
Hello there, I was wondering if you could help me: I need a simple program to design a basic gear, a pair of twin wheels. I need to set the number of cogs and the diameter of the wheels; this mechanism has to be as tight as possible. The idea is to print the wheels on paper and then cut a metal sheet accordingly; can you tell me a way to transfer the image directly on the metal? That would be of great help... Thanks.
Topic by Madness helps 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Why do modern PCBs always use straight tracks and 45-degree diagonal tracks? I know it is good practice and design all my boards to this standard, but is there a reason behind it other than it looks visually appealing. It appears only relatively modern boards took this into account, I was looking at some 1970's electronics and quite a lot of them have rounded tracks of no definite thickness.
Question by andy70707 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Designing a transformer, currently i have a 250mm by 250mm window for wire and interchangeable coils, some only a few turns, but will leakage flux cause large power loss?, or will it just limmit current, i read some stuff and im not really sure, i mean i don't want to start building it if it won't work
Question by pwnag3 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hi, I’m hoping someone could help me. I’m looking to design a circuit for a college project that controls a 240v light. The circuit and light will be controlled by a switch however when the switch is first turned on the light needs to remain off (no power supplied) regardless of the amount of time the switch is on. If however the switch was turned on off and on again then the light needs to come on. Any ideas of a circuit and components required to produce something like this? Your help is greatly appreciated.
Topic by Worby10 5 months ago | last reply 5 months ago
A neat, rather disturbing bit of rat-based faux-designer wear:TransRatFashionA project by Kristofer Paetau, Rio de Janeiro, 20075 pieces of fake Chanel fashion accessories made out of taxidermised rats:a rat-bra, a rat-slip, a rat-handbag, a rat-handkerchief and a pair of high heel rat-shoes.Note that the webpage is decidedly NOT work-safe, or suitable for those underage. This picture tells the story pretty well on its own.
Topic by canida 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm from Bangladesh, we are online base photo editing company, we provide all type of image editing services such as clipping path, photo retouching, color correction and related services. Can anybody to say me how can I got my potential client? Thanks in advance!
Topic by rustam203 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Any one please help!!!!! i am student of VIT university INDIA i am working on a project with ISRO (Indian space research organisation). we are inserting our payload which consists of 7 sensors. our sensors working temp is 273 kelvin but these sensors will be exposed to the outer atmosphere at an altitude of 80 km above earth surface where the temp is 197 kelvin [ our sensors will be placed inside,outer air will be sucked inside ]. at this temp our sensors wont work so we have to come up with a strategy which heats the incoming air in to the rocket to 273 kelvin, so please help us in designing the sensor so if you have any mechanism for heating the air please inform me. my email is email@example.com
Topic by kapilkoundinya 7 years ago
The "1st world" (that would be us) is infamous for its rampant and wasteful consumerism. Buy an electronic gadget with N times the power of the OLPC machine, then throw it away after two years (incidentally filling landfills with all sorts of questionable stuff.) Meanwhile, other parts of the world starve for technology.Do you think it would be possible to SLIGHTLY modify the design of 1st world consumer products to make it easier to reuse them (or parts of them) in devices conceptually similar to OLPC? I mean, consider the cell phone. Modern cell phones have cameras, flash card sockets, relatively high-res (but tiny) displays, relatively high-quality sound capability, low power consumption in standby mode, and radio based networking capabilities. It seems pretty close to an OLPC device to me (tell me an Apple iPhone wouldn't be an adequate replacement for an OLPC...)Why can't "we" convince a cell phone manufacturer to design the internals such that when the phones original life is over, it's guts can get a larger display and keyboard and new software, and become someone's computer or eReader. People are willing to donate their old phones to assorted worthy causes now; they might even be convinced to pay an extra $10 to purchase a phone that is MORE reusable. (or is it more expensive to do this sort of "refurbishment" than to build brand new machines?) Now that wireless headsets are common, it's not even necessary for a cellphone to retain a "phone-like" size and shape. Can I have a paperback sized combination cell phone and eBook reader that will have a second life as "just an eBook reader"?What would it take to make a cellphone reusable as the core of a general purpose computer?1) extend and standardize display interface to allow page-sized display.2) extend and standardize keypad interface to allow keyboard (?)3) internal software nearly completely replacible with a general purpose OS.4) inappropriate radio functions capable of being removed, disabled, or converted to more appropriate functions (ad-hoc wireless networking)Some of those seem like things manufacturers would be doing anyway, just to reduce their own costs. Creating a reusable cellphone core may be more a matter of documentation than anything else (and politics. Not that either is easy.)Next, what other electronic devices do you have that you're likely to be done with before they break? An MP3 player could use the same standardized display link and reprogramability as cell phones. Your LCD monitor could implement the other half (old cell phone plus old monitor = general purpose computer?) I don't think there's enough standardization in the desktop computers to reuse them; their complexity makes reuse too administratively complex, and they're probably too power-hungry anyway.The "maker" community already spends a fair amount of effort reusing "appliances" as general purpose compute engines; usually "improving" the product in its original application space, or getting cheap cycles from a product that failed and is being sold off cheap. Creating intentionally reusable electronics would feed that community some, but it isn't big enough to absorb ALL the discards of our quick-moving society. A lot could be funneled into putting technology where it couldn't afford to be before.(some quick Google use says:In the US, we throw away over 400,000 cell phones PER DAY linkIn Europe, 27% of mobile phone user buy a new phone every year link; only 5% of the old phones are recycled.Overall, less than 1% of cell phones are recycled. link; cell phone sales are expected to exceed 1 billion per year by 2009.)(I pick primarilly on cell phones because they seem SO CLOSE to being a general purpose computer, AND small enough to possibly incorporate into a larger "second life" product.)
Topic by westfw 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I recently found a fabio fazio handmade silk tie in a thrift shop where i live and was wondering if anyone knew any good designers i might see in thrift shops? I am thinking on selling ties part time and this is why I ask because i want to know the money making designers.
Question by paininthebutt 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
What are the best designs in knex guns, who made them? Well I wanna find out who you guys think is the best designer. I actually think the best designer is killerk.Here are the people you can vote for: Mepain Killerk You Danny Bunduk Flie-ing Goose(did I do that right?) Gamer5 Ooulumps emperar Perfect Duck Loosewire Quincy85 wrestler(I dont think I did that one right Smigde (your name here) Ipodkiller shadow 64 You can vote twice .The winner will recieve the pride in being the best designer lol.So no real prizes, just the happiness.
Topic by fobblewabble 11 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I cant find a good one im designing and making a custom 2 channel sound controlled light
Question by masterchrisx3 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
My respirator has always looked a little dull. I once knew someone who accessorized her respirator with metal spikes. The only problem was that she put one right through the filter, kinda defeating the purpose. It looked good, but still... Link
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hi! I am offering my services for some simple web design, or 2D flash animation, or both! I use the Godaddy web hosting service, and use Flash CS4 for all my animating. If you wish to be hosted by another service, I can do that as well. Here is some of my work; www.brianschopshop.com I did this website for a local barber when I lived in Wisconsin. I try to keep an up to date relationship with my clients. If you wish to contact me email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I will answer comments to this forum topic as well. I charge about 50-100 dollars per page depending on the content, and animation is charged by the length at 10 dollars for every 20 seconds.
Topic by martzsam 8 years ago
I was watching project runway last night and in a sneak peak for next weeks episode I saw that designer Philip Treacy will be guest judging. I decided to google him and thought his extravagant couture hats were worth mentioning! I am not surprised that he has designed hats for Lady Gaga and Sarah Jessica Parker two fashionistas daring enough to push the boundaries of fashion.
Topic by Carleyy 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Design Challenges will be in addition to our other contests. Here is what makes them different than our traditional contests and challenges: You do not create step-by-step Instructables for these contests. Create 3D designs using Fusion360, Tinkercad, or any program that allows you to make .STL files. Design Challenges can only be entered from the contest page. We will usually provide start files to get you started (this will be dependent on the contest and its theme). Our first one is the BOSEbuild Design Challenge. If you have questions specific to the BOSEbuild Challenge, the Speaker Cube, or creating your own custom designs, you can post those questions here. If you have questions about Design Challenges and what they are going to be like, post them here! *If you want to upload more than 1 STL file, upload your main design file in the "Add Design File" section and upload any supporting renders of the design, additional .stl files, or other relevant images to the "Add Images" section.*
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
Hi there, I would like to know your thinking about folowing questions: 1. Where do you see the difference between tinkering and designing? 2. It is said that a design product has value. How about the output of a tinkering process? Thnaks for your comments mayari
Topic by mayari 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hello i am new to electronics i want to know how to design/design a schematics a specific circuit i means where to place resistor ,cap,and other electronics i have perfect idea about most of basic electronic component but can any one suggest a method to build own circuit or scematics?
Question by mihir.sahu.355 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I want to make a CFL inverter powered by 12 voltage battery and a 220 voltage AC. Some people say it signal transformer or SMPS transformer that’s why I did not mention the name of it. To make and design the transformer what is the formula and materials is needed? Please! Please!! Please!!! Help me to design this transformer. Thanks in Advance.
Question by robi_ncc 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Can anyone direct me to free internet resources that will help me with circuit design? I can usually figure out what type of parts are needed for a given circuit, but am often completely stymied by what specific parts to select - what resistor value, which transistor, what voltage and uF cap? What's available? Thanks!
Topic by homba 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Calling all designers, artists and jewelry makers! I’m with Shapeways.com, and we just launched a new “Draw Your Own Earrings” service that allows anyone to design their own earrings and have them custom made at an affordable price. In celebration, we’re kicking off a month-long sweepstakes challenging creative people everywhere to enter their earring design for a chance to have a pair custom made for free by Shapeways—first place in silver! Visit http://bit.ly/93NMyJ for more information.
Topic by rockyroad17 8 years ago
I am currently design a desk for myself and I am wondering about some ideas, maybe some of u can contribute. The image of my current design is in the pdf. The 2 white spaces on the right are draws. I have made space for cable management. It is currently 1500x750x150cm The desk will float at between 800 and 760cm above the ground. thanks kirk
Topic by enoted 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Looking for tips for efficient design of wooden hexagonal boxes, bottoms, and lids. Jewelry boxes, canisters, etc. How to clamp for glue or air brads - I'm thinking a hexagonal jig, but that's potentially a lot of jigs for different-size boxes.
Question by rjvoyerjr 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've got a project that I've been designing in SketchUp (a camper platform for attaching a full size tent to a small pickup truck) that I will definitely post on Instructables when, and if, I build it. The thing is, I've never built something like this before and I would really like to have opinions on the design before I start cutting wood. What is general consensus on publishing unbuilt designs? It's not really a collaboration, although that might be a good model for what I'm doing, it's just an incomplete project that I would like to solicit comments on before construction.
Topic by CMPalmer 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
The BOSEbuild Design Challenge encourages creative expression through the creation of 3D printable designs for the BOSEbuild Speaker Cube. The Speaker Cube is a build-it-yourself Bluetooth speaker engineered for curious minds. It allows for hands-on exploration of how a magnet and coil work together to make a speaker work. The finished Speaker Cube is built from a clip and panel system. You can design your own custom clips and panels and silhouette covers to be 3D printed to create a whole new personality for your finished speaker. And the best part is, the speaker will still work and sound great! The Design Challenge will run from June 19 to July 31, 2017. The winning entries will win an Ultimaker 3D printer, BOSEbuild Speaker Cubes, or Bose Headphones. This forum topic is for the discussion of any questions you have about the Speaker Cube, creating your own custom designs and any other questions you have about the design challenge. We are excited to see what creations you come up with.
Topic by bosebuild 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
Im currently going to start making some t-shirts and have a few questions -can i put the t-shirt on a flat piece of plywood and use a iron to put the t-shirt transfer on? -will the iron burn the t-shirt transfer? -and can i print out a design on the transfer with regular computer ink?
Question by everyday im shuffling, except fridays, i got to get down on friday 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago