Art Instruction For Beginners - Online Art Lessons - About Farthingales Corset Making Supplies: A Brief Biography Farthingales is a Canadian internet on-line mail-order company shipping corset making supplies world wide. The farthingale was one of the first garments to create shape in women’s fashions and "Farthingales" on-line store is about fabrics and items that create shape in garments of any time period and for any occasion, and for both men’s and ladies wear. Join our page on Facebook for special sales, new product announcements and customer comments! Farthingales is a secure site Farthingales first opened in January 1998 Farthingales on-line store was the idea of Linda Sparks, buyer for the Stratford Festival Theatre in Stratford, Ontario for eight years. We are pleased to offer an extensive line of corset making products that will appeal not only to the theatrical costumer but the professional dressmaker and creative home-sewer as well. Farthingales great product is available in the U.S. For beautiful and sometimes one-of-a-kind fashion corset kits be sure to visit Rye and Ginger Kits.
How to Draw Eyes: 25 Tutorials, Step-by-Steps, How-To’s and Reference Photos on How to Draw Human Eyes | Drawn in Black 9 Comments | August 11, 2011 Eyes… the window into the soul as they say. Below is a collection of resources on how to draw eyes to help you make sure your drawings have soul. Tutorials UPDATE 12/10/11: If you’re looking for even more eye drawing resources, check out this great Squidoo lens on how to draw eyes compiled by Martin Stankewitz! Figure Drawing For All It's Worth by Andrew Loomis (p. 176) Drawing the Human Head by Burne Hogarth (p. 37) Eye Drawing Tutorial by Brian Huey How to Draw Eyes by Stanislav Prokopenko Drawing the Human Eye on OnlyPencil How to Draw Eyes on DrawFurry How to Draw Eyes: The Male Eye by Cataclysm-X How to Draw Eyes by JR Dunster How to Draw a Realistic Eye by DorsY69 How to draw the femal eye on Instructables Female Eye by Faith Te Drawing Cartoon Eyes by Pete Emslie Cartoon Eye Reference Sheet Manga / Anime Eyes Drawing the Manga Eye by Archvermin on DeviantArt Tutorial: Create Unique Anime Eyes by Kikariz on DeviantArt Draw Female Anime Eyes Videos Photo References
Conductive Thread Overview Back in 2004 when I first became fascinated with e-textiles, there were virtually no resources to purchase conductive thread commercially. I was fortunate enough to be a graduate student at the time and convinced manufacturers out of my sheer curiosity to mail me samples of their spools of conductive thread. Now in 2009 there is a growing number of threads available commercially and if I have my way :-), soon your local craft and hobby stores will be carrying small affordable spools. I get a lot of questions regarding which conductive thread I prefer or use. I hope this answers most of your questions. Everything you ever wanted to know about conductive thread! Silver Plated Nylon 117/12 x 2ply Great light-weight thread but due to its moderate resistance I recommend limiting the length of your traces. Thread Specs Resistance: ~ 75-85ohm/foot (when stretched/sewn) 1.2 -1.8K loose. Silver Plated Nylon 234/34 x 4ply Low resistance thread but it's really thick and tends to fray heavily.
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