Monday, December 12, 2011

JigglyPuff BluePrint

I had a friend back in high school that was really into JigglyPuffs. One day during my Computer Aid Drafting class I made this for extra credit in AutoCad





The top view needs a little work, but not bad for a high school student I would say

-SmallRiniLady

8 comments:

  1. would u happen to know anything about fiber etching and wht to use? i'm doing a handmaiden cloak and never tried etching before. any pointers would be awesome. :)

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  2. Hmmm, Fiber etching, never even heard of it.

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  3. how did u make the symbols on your handmaiden cloak? :)

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  4. Hmmm, we'll need Ava to answer that question

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  5. could u please ask her?????? that'd be so awesome. :)

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  6. it's velvet burn-out. You carve the stamp block first, then place it down face-up on your ironing board. Lay the velvet fabric over it with the velvet side against the stamp, wrong side of the fabric up. Press an iron on it (silk setting) for 10 seconds. Make sure you practice and test with scraps first, and be careful not to wiggle the fabric or press the corners of the stamp block.

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  7. could u send me instructions and wht 2 use? thank u so much for all u've done to help me out. :)

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