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Mumbai Taxis Become New Venue and Talent Exhibition For Its Artist

Founded by Sanket Avlani, Taxi Fabric is a space for designers to showcase their talent, concepts and illustrations in Mumbai. The taxi is recognized as an iconic piece of culture due to its high function in everyday life. Although transportation in Mumbai holds a frustration reputation, Taxi Fabic aims to design an unforgettable ride. To stand out from competitors, the design team will deliver both a functional and artistic execution, which allows many of young artists to exhibit their work to thousands of people. 

furry = fabric

 IT ALL STARTED WITH FLANNEL


FLANNEL IS A TYPE OF “SOFT WOVEN FABRIC”

HIS DAUGHTER VELOUR

YEAH ON THE WIKI IT STATES VELOUR IS A TYPE OF FABRIC

NO WAY THIS IS A COINCIDENCE ???????????????????

THEN WE CHECKED NISHIKIS 

WOW IT TRANSLATES INTO BROCADE = “SHUTTLE-WOVEN FABIC”

WOW WHAT CAN HIS DAUGHTER KINU BE?

KINU MEANS SILK

well wE LOOKED INTO FIRE EMBLEM AWAKENING PANNE

PANNES JPN NAME IS VELVET, VELVET IS ALSO A FABRIC

AND THEN THE OBVIOUS YARNE

HIS ENG NAME YARNE MEANS YARN AND HIS JPN NAME IS CHAMBRAY, ALSO A SOFT FABRIC

stop nintendo

DIY Polymer Clay Marbled Bracelet Tutorial from My Little Fabric.

The tutorial is in French, but I translated with Chrome. In the GIF below black polymer clay is surrounded by white polymer clay and then flattened. **Please remember that anything that touches unbaked polymer clay can never be used with or on food again.**

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A nice wheelchair for a fan how to train your dragon!  

This year my son picked “Hicup” and “Toothless” from the dreamworks movie “How to Train your Dragon”.  This one was a doozie.  We worked the body again with foam board, sanding and sculpting the lines  We made a large square block of foam board from glueing sheets together and forming a square.  We sculpted the head to shape it and attached it to the bodice part of the costume. We painted it black.  We cut out sides of a cheap plastic bowl to form the shape of the eyes and flipped it over and painted the back with paint. (it gives the illusion of a glass like eye) then glued them on and outlined them with silicone.  We cut out leg forms in foam and attached to the sides.  We used puffy paint on top of the head to give it a scale appearance.  I used felt fabic for the wings and the tail. The wings were sewn and then run with wire at the top for shape and stability, and dow rods were run in the middle of the wings for structure. We actually just placed them down the side of the body in between the chair and body and they just layed to the side.  The tail was run with a pool noodle and hard rod to give it structure. I left extra material around the back end of he tail  to cover up the handle bars of the wheelchair and wrapped them with a clip underneith.  I sewed an extra set of fins to lay on top of the handlebars to give it more detail and to cover the bars more.  A little more detail to the tail with our version of ”Hicups” appendage to fix the tail and as always, Connors little 2lb Chihuahua is always included in costume as another dragon. Its kind of funny cause she played the perfect dragon and does so all the time because she will not let anybody touch him. Very furious!!! So there you have it!  Hicup and Toothless in “How to Train a Dragon”.

Connor won 1st  Place in Trick or Treat Street, a local contest and 1st Place in Dogtoberfest in the scary division.

source: http://ideas.coolest-homemade-costumes.com/2013/11/10/awesome-toothless-and-hiccup-wheelchair-costume/

I think that this flower lamp shade is such a cute thing to make for a little girl’s room! For step-by-step directions and pictures, visit TutsPlus!