My hobby: browsing online thinkpieces lamenting the death of traditional American values and counting the ways in which the included photos are technically disrespecting the American flag.
(I just spotted one that managed four in a single image - wearing the
flag as apparel, permitting the flag to touch the ground, displaying the
flag in such a manner as to allow it to become easily soiled, and display
of a non-all-weather flag during inclement weather, for the curious.)
So in order to get this bad taste of what I call “Pokemon Moon”, I’m gonna share some tutorials that I found. I may or may not due this as a weekly thing but I’ll try my best to do it weekly. Alright, let’s get started! Today’s theme is shorts because I wear those to death and I really need to buy new ones. Not to mention I’ve been learning how to sew on a machine. (And no, this doesn’t bother my spinal cord problem at all. Thank god.)
1. Basic shorts
This for people who to want to use a pattern. Also when choosing a pattern make sure you measure your widest part of your booty or get measurements from the shorts you already wear. I also would like to point out that this design is good for sleepwear and kids clothes in general. Warning: Make sure you use the appropriate type of fabric for kid’s sleepwear. There are laws on using which fabric to use make sure you do your research.
2. Front pocket example
There are many ways to sew front pockets but for denim shorts it’s a little bit different. Unless you really like this style.
3. Homemade pattern
Here’s an example of a homemade pattern that was traced out of a pair of shorts instead of buying a pattern. The pockets for these are very much similar design to denim shorts. With the exception of the coin pocket (aka the fifth pocket).
So anyways that is it for today. I’ll try and share some more things next week.
Got the chance to get the MakeToys Guardia Combiner team all put together, and I have to say that it’s an impressive piece. It’s aesthetically pleasing, playable, and everything locks into place pretty securely. The way that the individual gunsn combine to form two very convincing “throwback” blasters i genius and really add to the imposing feel that this piece gives. The arms are cross-compatible with Maketoys’ Quantron combiner however you notice just how much better the new elbow styling is aesthetically once you put the two side-by-side. One thing I enjoy about MakeToys pieces is that it feels like they’re always looking for ways to improve. Check out the video and pictorial sections of this review and let me know what you think as well!
Overall Score: 9.0/10 – I’m not even a fan of the Defensor team in general, but Maketoys has really went above and beyond to present an attractive and playable version for our shelves with Guardia. This piece is great on its own, but the interchangeable limbs with Quantron truly is icing on the cake. This piece gets a strong recommendation from me.
Check out a few pictures of these in the gallery below and remember to order your Pandinus at TFSource if you like what you see!