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Folding Help: How to Divide a square or rectangle into 3rds, 5ths or 7ths is here. How to cut a Pentagon from a square is here. Paper Money - download a 4x10 inch oversized bill (front and back) for demonstrating money folding to a group. Yami Yamauchi's Models: Diagrams for Yami Yamauchi's models are here in Yami's Corner. Models: Bookcase by Mari Michaelis PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Angel by Tadashi Mori This adorable Angel inspired me to make dozens of them during the holidays. PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Tissue Boxes: Tissue Box by Francis Ow This model creates a tall tissue box (family size) Model pictured on right PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis Tissue Box V2 by Paul Ee Based on Francis Ow's model, this version creates a lower style box. Heart Dish: Heart Dish by Ildikó H. PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis Website - More models by Ildikó H. Jedi Master Yoda by Fumiaki Kawahata PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Alien by Riki Saito 8 Petal Flower Traditional Model

How to use Sketch Introduction For all of the people who opened this article hoping to learn how to draw, sorry to upset you. Instead this is an in-depth look into the move Sketch and its uses. Sketch is a move that allows the user to permanently learn the last move used by its target. Smeargle learns Sketch at Levels 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, 51, 61, 71, 81, 91, but it can only know 1 Sketch at a time. This is one of the most interesting moves in the game, and it's exclusive to Smeargle. Methods for Sketching Endurance Method The Endurance Method is the most painful method, because it involves waiting for a wild Pokemon to use a move that you want to Sketch. StallFind ways to waste Smeargle's turn, such as using items (like X-Defense or other stat boosters), until the desired move is used.Once the desired move is used, have Smeargle use Sketch. Wild Smeargle Method The Wild Smeargle Method involves leading with a Pokemon that knows the move you want and finding a wild Smeargle. Generation III Generation IV Memento

Joseph Wu Origami home > diagrams > download For the PDF files, you will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader. These diagrams are sorted by the designer of the model. In the description is also a ranking of the model's difficulty. In most cases, this ranking is based on my own assessment of the model's difficulty. Simple Low Intermediate Intermediate High Intermediate Complex Joseph Wu Jack-o-lantern [PDF] NEW An easy jack-o-lantern for Hallowe'en. Jack-o-lantern [PDF] NEW An easy jack-o-lantern for Hallowe'en. Armadillo [PDF] This armadillo was the result of a challenge by my friend, Paul Lalonde. Base for Kawasaki's rose (Calyx) [PDF] A set of leaves to be used to display Kawasaki's rose. Birdbase Chess Set [PDF] An exercise in exploring the possibilities of a single base. Do Yourself a Favour [PDF] A bride and groom set I designed in 2004 as favours for a friend's wedding. Eagle [PDF] This eagle starts with a frog base. Eastern Dragon [PDF] The much requested Eastern dragon. Formalizing Origami Guesswork [PDF] Xander D.

Origami is amazing - the traditional Japanese art or technique of folding paper into a variety of decorative or representational forms, as of animals or flowers. Origami is An Amazing Art now "origamoney"... koi carp butterfly camera tank dragon crab shark spider scorpion toilet and of course a penguin.. Please visit stories, etc. for more pictures, stories, etc. Crocheted R2D2 Earflap Hat {Pattern} Materials/Tools: - 5.5mm crochet hook - Worsted weight yarn in Blue, Grey, and small amounts of Black and Red. (I used Red Heart SuperSaver in "light grey" and "blue", you will have enough yarn from a 364yard skein for at least 3 hats) - Using standard North American terms, you need to know how to make a "magic ring", a sc (single crochet), a hdc (half double crochet), increase, decrease, sl st (slip stitch), how to change colours by pulling through your last stitch with the new colour, and how to crochet over the string of the colour you're not using so you can carry it with you until the next colour switch (this makes it look really clean and seamless inside) Fits 1 to 4 years (to my knowledge - I only tried it on Logan and Ella, but it does not fit myself) Main Part of Hat: Round 1: With blue, start with the magic ring & make 6 hdc into the ring, pull tail tightly to close. Add braided tie strings consisting of 3 grey and 3 blue strands of yarn 18" long, to the tips of the earflaps.

Doctor Who paper crafts Gadgetsin Posts Tagged ‘Doctor Who paper crafts’ Doctor Who Paper Crafts August 4, 2010 | In: DIY Gadgets, Toys Hardcore fans of Doctor Who aren’t satisfied with a Tardis mug. So we need more Doctors and Tardises such as the following Doctor Who paper crafts by CyberDrone. Categories Archives Follow Us on Social Media Share on facebookFacebookShare on twitterTwitterShare on google_followGoogleShare on flickrFlickrShare on pinterestPinterestShare on instagramInstagramShare on rssRSS Latest Gadgets Popular Gadgets Gadgetsin is licensed under Copyright © 2014 Gadgetsin

Doctor Who Paper Crafts Hardcore fans of Doctor Who aren’t satisfied with a Tardis mug. So we need more Doctors and Tardises such as the following Doctor Who paper crafts by CyberDrone. This series of Doctor Who paper crafts includes the most important prop Tardis, 11 Doctors, Dalek, Weeping Angel, and etc. Here just listed some previews of the Doctor Who papercrafts. Doctor Who Paper Crafts Source 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. For another idea, check out how to spruce up your clothes with DIY leopard print here! What You Need: Pre-washed white or light colored t-shirtRubbing AlcoholLiquid dropper or medicine dropperSmall plastic cup(s)Rubber bandsVariety of colored Sharpies Do It! Choose a spot to start and put your cup in right side up and secure a rubber band around the cup rim holding the shirt tightly in place.Pick your colors and create a small design in the center of the stretched circle. Photos and DIY via The Art Girl Jackie

Hack Apart a Highlighter to Create UV-Reactive Flowers [Science] - How-To Geek ETC College students have long been hacking apart highlighters to create glowing bottles of booze to line their dorm room walls. Far more interesting, however, is the application of the hack to flowers. Many of you may remember a science class experiment from years gone by where in you put food coloring in a beaker and then some freshly cut white flowers; returning to the experiment a day later yielded flowers colored to match the dye you added. This little experiment relies on the same technique, only instead of blue food coloring the flowers suck up UV-reactive highlighter dye. Have a fun science experiment to share? Make Flowers Glow in the Dark (with Highlighter Fluid and UV Light) [YouTube via Make] Jason Fitzpatrick is warranty-voiding DIYer and all around geek.