There are some really, really detailed papercraft masks at this link: https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2020/02/liz-sexton-papier-mache-animal-masks/
complaining about noise
in the last week, Someone as started driving around my neighborhood, blocks away from me, blasting bass loud and low enough to wobble my eardrums. I know hearing is the vibration of the eardrum, but this is like when you've got water in your ear canal from swimming and have to shake it out.
@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.
the genre of music that comes from people singing their way through isolation will be called "quaran-tunes"
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.
I make skulls and similar things, primarily using papercraft techniques. Expect gender and fashion introspection here.