Modeles gratuits de tricots et de patrons chez mode laine PHIDIAS GOLD Paper Toys (x30 !!! Quand je vous disais que le Phidias Gold Paper Toy Show avait donné naissance à une collection de paper toys incroyables, je n’exagérais rien… Pour preuve, voici regroupées les 30 contributions des artistes ayant participé au projet… Pour rappel, nous retrouvons ici les artistes : Alex Carlson, Allison Bamcat, Amy Rauner, Anthony Baez, Chris Piascik, Christopher DeLorenzo, Damion Silver, Dana Woulfe, Dennis Schuster, Evoker, Fish McGill, Grapheart, James Noellert, Jillian Evelyn, Keaton Henson, Maria Filar, Mario Jalbert, Mathieu Beaulieu, Matt Byle, Matt Skiff, Michael Crigler, Nathan Trapnell, Pat Falco, Pulco Mayo, Ryan Eggebrecht, Tougui, Travis Price, et Wesley Eggebrecht !!! En prime, vous pouvez télécharger gratuitement toutes ces créations en cliquant sur les previews des templates de chaque modèle ou en vous rendant sur la page Phidias Gold dédiée à l’événement. La grande classe ! Merci Phidias Gold ^^ Partager
Papercraft animal alphabet This is the official announcement for the papercraft alphabet I just finished uploading. That was quite some work, especially with two hyperactive kids climbing all over me while I am typing. By the way, if you speak German: Hätte auch auf Deutsch funktioniert. Anyway, the alphabet is now complete – a collection of 26 papercraft templates for all letters 0f the alphabet, each representing an animal, thing, or people starting with that letter: You will find the complete list of templates here. You can use them for education, as toys, or to spell out whatever message you want to get across. Here is a ZIP file containing all templates as PDFs. Have fun with these – and if you do, I wouldn’t mind if you help to spread the word… Edit: I have just uploaded numbers to go with the alphabet.
Mobile: Solar System - Universe - Science Mobile: Solar System Recommended paper type Matte Photo Paper Page Layout Same magnification The Storque :: How-To :: How-Tuesday: Glass Photo Etching Have you ever thought about trying glass etching? If so, I’ve got a project for you! I’ve taken cream glass etching to a new level by using PNP Blue Transfer Paper as a resist! PNP Blue Transfer Paper was originally used to etch circuit boards and has recently been adapted to etch jewelry. I tested this transfer out on glass and it works like a charm! Supplies Flat glass or mirror to etch uponPNP Blue Transfer Paper (available at ThompsonEnamel.com)Old Iron (I like to use a heavy iron that doesn’t have an automatic shut-off)Contact PaperAmour Etching Cream (DickBlick.com)Foam BrushRubber GlovesNail PolishAcetone (or nail polish remover) Step 1 Scan or create your high contrast design using photo-editing software. Step 2 Make sure your flat piece of glass or mirror is clean and free of dust. Step 3 Protect the rest of your piece with contact paper. Step 4 Put on your rubber gloves (and any other safety gear you feel necessary). Apply a thick layer of the Armour Etch cream with a foam brush.
Mimi Glutte: la p'tite fabrik ! s Best Photos of model and papercraft Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies. All thumbnail images come directly from Flickr, none are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. These photos are bound by the copyright and license of their owners, the thumbnail links take to you to the photos (as well as their copyright and license details) within Flickr. Flickr Hive Mind is a data mining tool for the Flickr photography database, allowing search by: tags(keywords); Flickr photography groups; Flickr users, their contacts, and favorites; free text; the Flickr Explore algorithm for interestingness. L’invasion recommence… Allez pour ce petit retour sur Artskills : Télécharge les papertoys, monte-les et envoie les photos présentant les papertoys assemblés ou customisés à cette adresse mail. Elles seront publiées sur le blog insect-pachworks. Papertoy en téléchargement ici ou là.
Russia Church of the Transfiguration - Europe - Architecture Russia Church of the Transfiguration Recommended paper type Matte Photo Paper Page Layout Same magnification The Storque :: How-To :: How-Tuesday: Pillow With Rosette Clusters From Felt Furnishings I haven’t crafted with felt since I was little, but since picking up a copy of Anne Kyrrö Quinn‘s book, Felt Furnishings, I have a whole new universe of respect for the material. Anne was encouraged to revisit felt by her tutor in her final year studying Textile Design at London Metropolitan University, and she hasn’t looked back since. The techniques she explores in this vibrant craft book truly transform felt into modern, eye-catching home accents. For this week’s How-Tuesday project, we’re sharing her pillow with rosette clusters. Purchase Felt Furnishings Sometimes an idea for a new design will come to me when I’m playing around with a piece of felt in my hand. To capture these forms, I have used the traditional techniques of gathering and ruching to create highly textural surface structures from felt and felted wool fabric. Materials and Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sewn-In Pillow Back 1. 2. 3. 4. Pillow Back With Zipper 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Looking for more luscious felt projects for your home?