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Just a pack of RM icons for Windows (XP/Vista/Seven). Mac OS compatibilty planned in future releases.

Link1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NRFW306O
Link2: http://www.easy-share.com/1911849457/Rozen Maiden IconPack v2.rar

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Tiny Tiny itty bitty baby Overshot/Bucket water wheel.

Perfect for demonstrations or kitchen sinks.

For C27

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and now for something unexcpected, a metals project
Cirno (9) and the hammer and scickle
They have since been smoothed a bit, and are going to be sautered and enamled

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Bad news, the thing got enameled, but it went missing, and i was told it was great by my teach. So yah, sucks ass. But ive got my Pheonix wright, gurren lagann, hammer and sickle, and triforce pins i can take pics of later...when im not too lazy to pick up the camera.
Also were doing a wood project now, Gunna do souseisekis scissors

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If you don't mind me asking, how are making them?

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In 3d design II class
First we get some metal, we then put a piece of paper of whatever we want to make on the piece of metal with glue, then we saw out the piece, then we either sand it down, or if there are multiple pieces we weld them together, then we sand until the piece is nice shiny and smooth

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and my camera turned to shit quality for some reason, so this is zoomed out, but here (after around five months since its been done) is the GAR badge

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oh yeah, i forgot to mention the other project im workin on, irl souseiseki scissors.
They should be done in a week or two, so u will probably see them in a month or two

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after lots of time searching on google, with no avail, i have not found any RM inspired windom xp pilots, so i decided to take the matter into my own hands. i got bored one day so I slapped this together, some sounds, especially the pain sounds are of terrible quality, but they are directly from the anime, and in english, and there is an alternate image for the face image, just in case you prefer one over the other... so yeah... enjoy
also, if someone also worked on pilots, post here, i hope im not alone desuchan.

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5659 No.749   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Here ya go people.

Desuchan style for Stylish, not mine.

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Also, here's a useful script for making stuff easier. Just try it out.

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I find myself in possession of a small (about thumbsize), level-adjustable gas tank, and a spark igniter. Basically, I want to build something with a pint-size pyrotechnics display built in. Current ideas are A: abstract flamey thing built from whatever scraps I have around, not too interesting tbh, B: finding a suitable model of a dragon & getting mythological with it, C: a four element Zen Garden, obviously with a fire feature, or D: a box with a flaming pentacle sat atop it. Maybe a small moving Rube Goldberg steampunk model, but that implies a lot more faffing with very fiddly mechanisms, awesome as that would be.

I think the Garden is taking my preference at the moment, but I'm asking for input as I only have one set of pyro kit... so don't want to regret the deployment later when a better idea occurs. I'm very good with small workings & details, have a decent toolkit, a high-power rotary tool and loads of attachments to do all sorts with metal/wood/plastic/stone etc, and I can bodge for England. Only limitation is I'll probably only do projects that would use a yellow flame ... Bunsen is too hot for safety at these scales.

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hmmmm, I think finishing mangos would be best.

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That's something I do in work-time, which atm is most of my day already. :P

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Right, garden it is. And no it won't grow mangos.

Basically the idea is a stream/fountain system with ponds and wotnot, dividing the microgarden into areas. The fire feature will sit in a pond opposite the water fountain, allowing for reflections... will look something like 4/5 candle flames on a rock pile. One part will be mostly mosses, another a tiny sand garden, another will probably centre around a small fern, etc.

Interestingly this kind of thing isn't uncommon in Japan, a lot of the plants I'm looking at (including the brilliantly named Yuri Hime) are Japanese. I'm not really a fan of bonsai, although I realise it's pretty much perfect for what I'd need. I may re-evaluate the idea as time goes on.

Anyway, ideas for features/plants etc now being taken. I've not yet found a suitable small climber, I'd be especially interested in ideas for such. I've already found micro lily pads, mosses are an excellent substitute for a large range of plants, and a large list of candidates for larger options.

Pic semi related, it's a Japanese Zen moss garden.

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