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No. 204096

Are you in the middle of a project or just finished one and want to share it somewhere? Dump it here!
Woodworking, sewing, painting, sculpting, modeling, embroidery, 3D printing, model assembly, knitting, metal working, pottery, prop-making… Anything crafty goes.

Ask for and/or share:
>Progress pics and processes
>Tutorials
>YT recommendations
>Tips and tricks
>Materials
>Ideas/inspo
>Techniques

What are you currently making, farmers?

No. 204097

To the anons at the Golden Kamuy thread:
This is the cardboard rubber band gun I was talking about. Although I got the gun wrong, it's actually a Colt and not a Magnum. The printable template is in the description.
There's other videos on his channel where he paints these guns and some can look pretty realistic from a distance! I'm still deciding if I'll paint mine or not.

No. 204098

>>204097
And here's a guy making one of the exact rifles Ogata uses, but unfortunately he doesn't share his process nor the template. I guess I could find one with some more digging. There is some other channel teaching how to build a carboard Mosin-Nagant as well (Vasily's and Kadokura's rifle)

No. 204219

>>204097
Wow I didn’t expect it to look this realistic! I have lots of crafting stuff on my pc I may post some later.

No. 204387

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Does anyone have any idea how to make something like this? I imagine they used needle felt for the fur, but what about everything else? Can one even see inside it? I'd love to make one based on my cat and use it for Halloween of something similar, it's so cute

No. 204388

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No. 204389

>>204387
Look up fursuit tutorials

No. 204407

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>>204389
Kinda obvious in hindsight. Funny how like 90% of these videos making these fursuits were women, when in my experience the majority of furfags were men or trannies.
Anyway, the realistic ones are really cool

No. 204408

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Ahh, I love this idea! Heres one of my many, many WIP doll repaints, the ones on the back are just a part of it all lmaoo. I also have one MLP toy and dollhouse stuff on the works, as well as Warhammer minis…

No. 204410

>>204408
Also I just now realized my thumb looks like a big toe

No. 204413

>>204388
this is very cool

No. 204425

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>>204408
I'm pretty sure I've seen your stuff at /toy/! I like customizing dolls and I wanna get into mini painting as well. I love when they have dramatic lighting

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No. 204428

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No. 204431

>>204428
I was just passing by on the board index, but this is so fucking cool. What is this hobby called? Is it hard or too expensive to get into it?

No. 204443

>>204431
It's miniature painting, anon! We could definitely use a bit more women in the hobby.
It can get a bit pricey, but as a beginner you don't need the best materials ever. Also, I live in a country where we don't have access to the best american, japanese or european paints, yet a lot of artists do amazing work with our shittier national stuff.
A set of thin brushes (for watercolor, for example), some basic acrylic paint (your favorite colors or at least the basic 5: black, white, magenta, yellow and cyan), a wet palette (you can make one at home with foam/sponge, a tupperware and parchment paper), primer and finishing varnish sprays and the miniature of your choice. You could get some from AliExpress for example, they have some cheaper bootlegs that are good for practicing. Or if you live in a country where you can 3D print at libraries, you could find a free model you like online and print it so you can paint it!
There are a lot of yt videos on the matter, where you can get some ideas on how to start. Once you get the hang of it, you can get better materials and move on to more advanced techniques.

No. 204444

>>204431
That specific model in the picture is from a tabletop game called Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.

No. 205058

I accidentally got two yards of heavy, tablecloth-y linen instead of the handkerchief linen I needed because I didn't know better and now I have no idea what to do with it. Originally, I had wanted to make a vaguely 17th-18th century shirt but this fabric is just way too heavy and would be miserable as a skin layer. Keeping it whole and using it as a tablecloth is also out because ironing that much linen in one go was not fun. Thinking of just using it as lining for some kind of historical outerwear like a waistcoat/justacorps because it's so stiff, but I am just utterly flummoxed with this weirdass fabric.

No. 205061

>>204408
what kind of hair are you thinking of?

No. 205064

Ugh! Seeing the stuff in this thread makes me want to create something but I have no idea what to make or how to start. Anyway there's a lot of talent in this thread already, I can tell.

No. 205066

>>205058
Couldn't you sell it in sewing groups or something like that? Maybe you won't get as much as you need for the linen you want, but at least a part of it would be covered.

>>205064
You're so kind, anon! If you have some yarn laying around, make a pompom bunny!

No. 205082

>>205066
Maybe I could if I had Facebook or knew other people who sew but unfortunately I don't.

No. 205093

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>>205082
Oh, I see. Maybe you could try and make some aprons to sell? When I was in college, they were very useful and we ordered a bunch from a friend's mom. The more pockets, the better. I can be used for gardening, cooking, painting, hair cutting/dying, crafting… So a lot of people could use one.

No. 205094

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>>205093
Samefag, I didn't notice the picture I saved from Pinterest was a Pinterest screenshot lol
Anyway this is not linen but could be used as an idea.

No. 205955

Are there any good beginner tutorials or guides for sewing you recommend for someone with no experience?

No. 205967

>>205955
This thread on /cgl/ has a lot of good advice! https://boards.4channel.org/cgl/thread/10740460

No. 206040

>>205955
I'd say making a rectangle skirt is pretty beginner friendly. If you never used a sewing machine ever, there are YouTube tutorials that teach you how to, but you could also try to make it by hand, it just takes a little longer. If you do it by hand, I'd recommend drawing with either tailor's chalk or frixion pen where you will do the stitches so it doesn't get too wonky.

No. 206052

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No. 206060

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Cute handmade clay watercolor set sorry this ended up sounding like an AI generated thing lol

No. 206065

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>>206060
And another one. I think this is also clay although it's trying to mimic the wood print block look

No. 206378

I've been making tons of these yo-yo crochet puffs for the last few days, without any end project in mind for them. They're so easy and quick to make though, I don't want to stop.

No. 207073

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Saw this on pinterest and thought it could be a cute inspo for someone

No. 207076

>>207073
Oh this just reminded me of a book I downloaded about making stuffed toy birds and there was a bird with an acorn cap on its head like a beret, it was so awesome I'm gonna post it tomorrow

No. 207079

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>>207076
Thanks anon! I'd love to see it.
Here's another bird related craft

No. 207114

>>206378
Maybe you could join them and make a little blanket like vidrel? I'm not sure how joining circles would work though.

No. 207115

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>>207114
Samefag, I was searching for a pic of puff quilts and saw this macaron afghan that looks pretty similar to your puffs

No. 207162

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>>207076
Here it is, isn't it awesome? This is from a book called The Artful Bird: Feathered Friends to Make and Sew by Abigail Patner Glassenberg. The instructions to make this bird are not in the book but there's instructions for many other birds.

No. 207576

>>207162
I love Abigail Glassenberg, she's the reason I can make stuffed animal patterns from scratch now.

No. 207590

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>>207162
Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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>>207590
Cute, gives me Shimeji Similation vibes.

No. 207717

>>207590
My sister made a light brown one, it's so cute!

No. 207863

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>>207717
Do you have pics, anon? I'd love to see it!

No. 208369

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I love cardboard crafts



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