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Bones - 12x09 - The Steel in the Wheels - Press Release

BONES
Air Date: Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Time Slot: 9:01 PM-10:00 PM EST on FOX
Episode Title: (BON-1209) “The Final Chapter: The Steel in the Wheels”

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TUESDAY, MARCH 7

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Audio descriptions for tonight’s episodes of NEW GIRL, THE MICK and BONES are available on the SAP Audio Channel.]

–“BONES” - (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1 -

THE TEAM GOES UNDERCOVER ON AN ALL-NEW “BONES” TUESDAY, MARCH 7, ON FOX

Fan-Favorite Guest Star Stephen Fry (“The Great Indoors”) Returns!

When a young man dies in a horrendous hay baler accident, Booth, Brennan and Aubrey slap on trashy disguises and go undercover at a rowdy demolition derby competition to investigate the case. Meanwhile, Dr. Gordon Wyatt (guest star Stephen Fry) returns and assists Hodgins and Cam when the ongoing Gormogon case hits a dead end in the all-new “The Final Chapter: The Steel in the Wheels” episode of BONES airing Tuesday, March 7 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (BON-1209) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan; David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth; TJ Thyne as Dr. Jack Hodgins; Michaela Conlin as Angela Montenegro; Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan; John Boyd as FBI Special Agent James Aubrey

Guest Cast: Stephen Fry as Dr. Gordon Wyatt, Ignacio Serricchio as Rodolfo Fuentes, Christina Carlisi as Agnes Doyle, John Philbin as Ned Dixon, Erin Conner as Charlene Fisher, Joe Ochman as Barry McGee, Jaime Bergman as Dawn Skaggs, Ronnie Gene Blevins as Ray Kimball, Chris Ferraro as Carmageddon, Peter Joseph Ferraro as Mad Dog.

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2016 bones challengeday 3: first episode you watched, and when (august 2010)
“My name is Brennan. I’m Dr….. I’m Dr. Temperance Brennan. I work at the Jeffersonian Institution. I’m a Forensic Anthropologist. I specialize in identifying….. in identifying people when nobody knows who they are. My father was a science teacher. My mother was a bookkeeper. My brother….. I have a brother. I’m Dr. Temperance Brennan.”

Bones - 12x02 - The Brain in the Bot - Press Release

BONES
Air Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Time Slot: 9:01 PM-10:00 PM EST on FOX
Episode Title: (BON-1202) “The Final Chapter: The Brain in the Bot”

[NOTE: The following article is a press release issued by the aforementioned network and/or company. Any errors, typos, etc. are attributed to the original author. The release is reproduced solely for the dissemination of the enclosed information.]

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Audio descriptions for tonight’s episodes of NEW GIRL, THE MICK and BONES are available on the SAP Audio Channel.]

–“BONES” - (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1

PA: Viewer discretion is advised.

BONES AND BOOTH TAKE ON THE BOTS ON AN ALL-NEW “BONES” TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, ON FOX

After discovering the body of a man involved with creating artificial intelligence bots, the team must figure out whether the victim’s own A.I. bot was programmed to kill him. In the meantime, Bones plans a special surprise for everyone for her 40th birthday in the all-new “The Final Chapter: The Brain in the Bot” episode of BONES airing Tuesday, Jan. 10 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (BON-1202) (TV-14 D, L, V)

Cast: Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan; David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth; TJ Thyne as Dr. Jack Hodgins; Michaela Conlin as Angela Montenegro; Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan; John Boyd as FBI Special Agent James Aubrey

Guest Cast: Ryan O'Neal as Max Keenan; Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick; Doug Budin as Donald; Melanie Paxson as Patty; Paul Bartholomew as Ian Goldberg; Aasha Davis as Kate Dalton; Max Adler as Randy Stringer; Jed Rees as Alan; Justin Welborn as Matthew Coburn; Dana Woods as AMI; Patrick Gallagher as Dave Esposito; Sunnie Pelant as Christine Booth and Ajani Wrighster as Riley

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Here’s a helpful cosplay tip/tutorial for anyone planning on working with steel boning. I’m currently using white steel for my Farnese pannier and spiral steel for my Farnese corset and a friend suggested I use electrical heat shrink tubing to seal the cut ends of the boning. Websites that sell boning will offer boning tips or plasti-dip to seal the ends, but tips are a pain and plasti-dip can be messy and toxic. I found that heat shrink tubing works super quickly and is incredibly inexpensive.

Step 1) purchase tubing in a diameter that will fit your boning.
Step 2) cut a piece of tubing to cover the end of you boning and leave some extra for trimming.
Step 3) heat the tubing until it conforms to the shape of the boning. I used a heat gun and it went super fast, but I’ve also heard of people using candle flames and lighters.
Step 4) trim the excess tubing so that just a tiny amount extends past the boning.
Step 5) insert your boning into your boning channel and move on to your next piece of boning.

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Wooo~ Gettin’ there on the corset! All panels are sewn and the grommets are in! Next up is the boning channels.

1) Lookit’ that fancy sewn corset!

2-3) Front and back shots

4) You guys! I’m never buying grommets from JoAnn’s EVER again. Seriously. The gold grommets in the corset on the left are from one of my first corset projects I did back in high school. Compared to the lovely grommets I just put into this corset! It’s like night and day! So much better!!!

anonymous asked:

Hi! I'm curious on what pattern you used for your Eliza dress? I'm trying to do Peggy right now. 😊 any tips?

Hello!! This isn’t going to help much, I drafted the whole thing by hand/// I can offer some insight to how I made it tho??

The skirt is 5 meters hand gathered down, hemmed to whichever length you want and that’s about it just a plain old rectangle lol

For the bodice I used the Elizabethan corset generator to give me me measurements to draft it, and then turned it into a bodice from their guide as well (is it even called a bodice? It had a term for sure aaa rip) something I found useful was layering the bodice so it was a twill and broadcloth layer stitched together to make boning channels and then the fashion fabric or w.e on the outer layer basted to the other two so it doesn’t slip around~

After that was just the sleeves which were whatever sleeve drafting method you can find and boom it’s done??¿¿¿ I know this isn’t as helpful as a pattern would be but hopefully it sheds a little insight to the process??

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Wrought Plastic Corset

Once again, I decided about a month before the deadline to enter the Foundations Revealed competition. Because inspiration always strikes at the last possible minute.

I opted to use the theme “Intersection of Light, Black and White” rather than the historical pattern. I’ve been meaning to play with thermoplastic corsets for a long time now but had never had quite the right project as an excuse or the funds available. I finally gave in, especially once I read the prompt and it mentioned wrought iron as a potential source of inspiration. Wrought iron is a serious weakness of mine, and I’ve always found it incredibly beautiful and inspirational, so I decided to run with that in combination with a clear thermoplastic.

I wanted to play with how the transparency of the base corset would combine with the decoration and the wearer’s skin tone. The fact that with the plastic I can get a completely transparent result, in comparison to the more standard corsetry mesh that not only has color but also needs boning channels, means greater influence of the wearer on the appearance of the actual garment, which I’m excited to explore with different models. In the case of a belted overlayer, it creates the illusion that just the decoration is doing the cinching, which is a really cool effect when viewed from a distance. 

I took the opportunity to also play with my new corsetry form! I draped a pattern in paper, since it would act more like the final product than muslin would, and created the base corset out of clear thermoplastic.

The outer layer is a separate piece, made of another thermoplastic, wonderflex. I wanted the ability to be versatile, and the clear thermoplastic doesn’t have the self-adhering qualities of other thermoplastics, so attachment would have been difficult to hide given the transparency of the base layer. I’ve also made a couple of other outer layers that can be switched out, so it can be used for very different looks.

I really loved working with this material, and I can’t wait to explore it more! I’m already in process for a mini collection with it that’s going to play even more with the fun properties of the material. 

(Bottom picture credits: Model @hjsteele, Photographer @eye-ofa-panda)

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A new project! This one is actually inspired by my orchids. As in the colors, shapes, and overall delicate appearance.

 I hadn’t planned on this bodice being sheer but I forgot to buy silk taffeta for lining and I kind of love how it looks. There will be a draped collar overtop that is several inches wide, so it isn’t like the whole bodice will be sheer on this finished piece or anything! 

Writing combat: thoughts on arrows

I caught myself writing about the ‘sharp whistle’ that pierced the air as one of my characters shot an arrow from a bow. This is a very tropey thing in movies, but I wondered how realistic it was.

A quick Google told me: not at all unless your arrow has something wrong with it, or if you designed it to fire that way. Mongolians during the time of Genghis Khan had recurve bows and sometimes used arrows, during hunting, that were made with a bone arrowhead with air channels carved into it. This type of arrowhead would have produced a whistling sound.

So a standard steel arrowhead produced for military use (in my fantasy society) wouldn’t whistle. But a bone one might. And archers in my fantasy society might favour a whistling arrowhead because, y’know, it has the intimidation factor - death whistling through the air! Sproink!

Decisions, decisions. Good thing this draft isn’t yet final.

(Any thoughts, @picadreams?)

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Stay making progress! All the boning channels are sewn and filled. The seams were turned over and bound together, so it actually looks like something! 

I’m pleased with it so far. I used two layers of muslin with a twill base so it has been really easy to sew and work with. 

I think the fit is going to work out well too. I definitely didn’t make them too big this time (which happened with my last failed attempt at making stays) but i’m concerned they may be too long in the waist. Which is a bit hilarious since the pattern is from the 1700s and was probably drafted for someone ten inches shorter than me!

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It has boning channels! And a shape! This was a struggle. I had to regather the top a few times and play around a lot with the boning to get it to have an okay shape and size…and i’m still not happy with it! It leans towards the front even with the bum pad. 

Luckily it will work. I’m going to add a ruffle to fix the length and then it will be done and I can move on. Hopefully as I add more layers (cotton cover, kirtle, dress, etc.) The shape will even out and i’ll be happier with it!

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Well I’ve totally failed at blogging/editing/posting this week! It has been frustrating project wise and I haven’t felt very ~inspired~. Hopefully this week will be better! 

Since my tudor costume is getting close to completion it’s time to start on the foundation garments for another project. I’m going to making a chemise/stays/petticoat to go underneath an eighteenth century riding habit and dress. 

I’m using a pattern from Norah Waughs “Corsets and Crinolines” I copied it to paper and fabric so now it’s time for sewing lots of boning channels!