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Crafts • by jeninthejuice • 2 views •  0 comments • 4 days ago

I need some 1-2-3 blocks and a set of those carbide sanding blocks!

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 32 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Crafts • by Pussiecat • 28 views •  2 comments • 1 month ago

Crafts • by Pussiecat • 20 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Boy, I really wish I had a shop like her's.

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 22 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 30 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

I have never done this but it looks like a very cool technique I want to try.

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 16 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

I LOVE her channel on YT smiley

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 18 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

I love foam work. It can be so satisfying and look so good with some detail work and the proper finish.

Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 51 views •  3 comments • 1 month ago

Crafts • by Pussiecat • 9 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Since the earliest days of her artistic career, Michigan artist Anne Mondro has been captivated by human anatomy, creating her own interpretations of internal organs and body forms through crocheted sculptures. Working with thin steel and copper wire, she spends hundreds of hours on a single artwork, manifesting her own interpretations of hearts, lungs, limbs, and even entire bodies. “Crocheting wire enables me to create interwoven forms that are structurally strong, yet visually and physically light,” Mondro shares. “The forms allude to ethereal silhouettes associated with shadows, ghosts or decay.”
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Crocheted Wire Anatomy by Anne Mondro | Colossal
Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 9 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

I've been using Poser for 20 years to create 3D scenes that I'd then render in the program itself or, mostly before it was a viable rendering platform on its own, in other programs. I love working with it. Out of nowhere this afternoon it clicked that a properly formatted file from Poser might work in a 3D printer!
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Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 29 views •  1 comments • 1 month ago

Last year, Eileen Pearsall from Bear, Delaware, decided to do something a little different with her Christmas tree. Instead of a traditional design, she ordered a black mannequin and built the tree around the doll, in the shape of a dress. The inventive decorations have become a big hit, and the 52-year-old has since created three new versions with photos being shared over 90,000 times online – which Eileen finds ‘quite exciting’.
Woman creates inventive Christmas trees with black dolls | Metro News
Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 13 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Crafts • by BoonEvil • 57 views •  6 comments • 3 months ago

One of Japan’s most beautiful blades is now on display, and owes its existence to some dude who just wanted to eat some potatoes and pickles.
An up-close look at one of Japan’s five Ryuseito swords, forged from meteorites【Photos】 | SoraNews24 -Japan News-
Crafts • by coffeeninja • 88 views •  0 comments • 4 months ago

A father-of-four spent eight months building a fantasy fort tree house - complete with rope bridge and pulley - for his children to play on.

Amazing footage shows mechanical engineer Jared Geddes, from Maple Valley, Washington, beavering away during his spare evenings to create the wooden castle.
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Father Built an Incredible Indoor Treehouse for His Children
Crafts • by Middleman • 34 views •  0 comments • 4 months ago

Zora Neale Hurston is one of America’s most beloved literary figures, an influential writer, anthropologist, and giant of the Harlem Renaissance; her 1937 novel Their Eyes Were Watching God is still ubiquitous more than 80 years later. But you know all that—so today, on Hurston’s birthday, here’s something you might not have known about her: that she had a hand in the creation of the Sara Lee doll, one of the first “quality” or “realistic”—that is, well-made, non-racist and non-stereotyped—African American baby dolls produced in the United States.
How Zora Neale Hurston Helped Create the First Realistic Black Baby Doll | Literary  Hub
Crafts • by JadeEnigma • 43 views •  2 comments • 5 months ago

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