Ellipses. An ellipse is a circle in perspective. The viewing angle is referred to as the degree of the ellipse. Think of the degree as how “open” the ellipse appears when sketched. A perfect circle is viewed at 90 degrees. Anything less than 90 degrees is an ellipse. Understanding the mechanics of drawing an ellipse is not difficult, however, mastering the technique can prove to be challenging.
An ellipse has two axes, the major axis and the minor axis. DIY Sharpie Tie Die. I love this Sharpie tie die DIY from The Art Girl Jackie blog!
She did it with her adorable daughter and I think it’s a fun inspiration for this Spring and upcoming music festival season. Use this technique to spruce up your ratty t-shirts or maybe a pair of of cut off shorts. This to That (Glue Advice) GLOBTRIKZ24x7 – Enhancing Photos with High Pass Filter. January 26, 2009 From Abduzeedo’s Blog Following our series of quick tips, I will show you how to enhance a regular photo in Photoshop and make it look better.
Of course you can change the presets in order to make it look more subtle, my idea was to exaggerate a bit. Also we will use the Shadows/Highlight adjustments showing how you can easily simulate a sort of HDR style. Step 1 Open a regular photo in Photoshop. Step 2 Duplicate the layer and go to Filter>Other>High Pass . Step 3 Duplicate the High Pass layer. 50 Photoshop Tricks for a Fast-Paced Work Environment. I Will Knot! Top 40 Useful Sites To Learn New Skills.
The web is a powerful resource that can easily help you learn new skills.
You just have to know where to look. Sure, you can use Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for sites where you can learn new skills , but I figured I’d save you some time. Here are the top 40 sites I have personally used over the last few years when I want to learn something new. Hack a Day - Hack a Day serves up fresh hacks (short tutorials) every day from around the web and one in-depth ‘How-To hack’ guide each week.eHow - eHow is an online community dedicated to providing visitors the ability to research, share, and discuss solutions and tips for completing day-to-day tasks and projects.Wired How-To Wiki - Collaborate with Wired editors and help them build their extensive library of projects, hacks, tricks and tips.
Top 10 Sites for Do It Yourself Projects : Planet Green. Holy Eco-Bookcase, Batman! Reclaimed Wood Rotating Bookcase State of Green. A Modern Take on the Doily - $850 Lamp for less than $50. A Modern Take on the Doily $850 Lamp for less than $50?
Yes Please! Hello Pretty people! We are so excited to share a project we did this past weekend. A few months ago, I came across a ceiling lamp, I absolutely loved. It was $850, and I just couldn’t justify the spend, being it was simply made of doilies. To get started, you are going to need a few things to make this project successful. Corn starchballoon (we used a 40” blown up until completely round, as pictured)upholstery thread (but any thread will do)twinedrop clothschool gluecheap paintbrushpetroleum jellylamp kit24+ doiliesstiff stuff We sewed the doilies around the balloon with the upholstery thread, very carefully. Make sure to create a space to place your bulb socket. Once you have sewn about ¾ of your balloon, stop and do the last ¼ separately. Lay down your tarp and hang your balloon from some twine above the tarp. Rub the balloon down with the petroleum jelly.
It should look something like the image above! I am Lana. How to cut glass. I posted a picture about 1 week ago on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter of me cutting glass using just string.
I got LOT’S of requests for a tutorial on how I DID THIS! So here it is. FINALLY! Psychology Tests & Surveys. S Jewelry Findings: Bead Caps + Cones. DIY Friendship Necklace. As soon as Lauren and I saw this editorial in Flare Magazine, we knew we had to recreate these awesome, friendship bracelet-like necklaces.
We promise they are super easy to make and the perfect way to pass the time during those long summer roadtrips. To make a 2-tone necklace, cut a long piece of rope and wrap two different colors of embroidery thread around its own bobbin. Tie a starter knot along with the two colored threads you are using, leaving at least 3 inches of slack, Tape down the slack to a flat surface or safety pin it something that will help keep it in place (feeling nostalgic yet?). Lay the color that isn’t being used (shown here in purple) in your left hand, along with the rope, and hold them taut. Take the active color (shown here in red) in your right hand, pass it over the rope, loop it under and back through the opening. To alternate colors, simply put the inactive color (red) in your left hand and the new active color (purple) in your right.