Question for the #fursuit builders out there — how would you articulate the pedipalps of a peacock spider? I explain the problem a little more in this post: https://glowingskull.tumblr.com/post/175664173748/regarding-jaws
@else off the top of your head, are there standards set anywhere for subway platform widths? I need to figure out how wide to make a central island platform in a metro station (double tracks either side), and I'm wondering if 16ft is okay, or if I'm doing that because it's convenient in this modelling program.
Once I figure out which outlet to plug my iron into, I'm going to make a facemask following the "Taiwan pattern" with a pocket for an insertable filter. https://www.makershabitat.com/blogs/the-maker-s-habitat-blog/diy-fabric-mask-tutorial
But first, I have to figure out which outlet to plug my iron into.
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Let us celebrate the #TMItuesday with gendered, sexual, and religious questions, or other questions which may get you more of an answer than you wanted.
@typhlosion What are you using to learn toki pona?
@else reading about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GE_Evolution_Series because of https://ralfmaximus.tumblr.com/post/190711329341/picsthatmakeyougohmm-hmmm-another-centimeter when I came across the most unexpected additional equipment description. Check out the Canadian National Railways section.
Here's how I built this 2019's Halloween spider head: https://irradiate.space/skulls/maratus/construction/
Shall tonight be a #TMITuesday? I decree it so! Ask away, ye curious.
The pedipalp is composed of two limb segments joined by a simple hinge, and the proximal segment is attached to the head with another simple hinge.
But the angle of the hinges is such that the distal segment is splayed in an unnatural fashion.
The only ways I can see to fix this are:
1. Cut the proximal segment in half, drill holes, reattach at angle
2. Ditch the extant distal segment, and rebuild to accommodate the hinge at an angle.
I make skulls and similar things, primarily using papercraft techniques. Expect gender and fashion introspection here.