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Dolphin Shirt Company – hot off the press Mardi Gras Frogs design by Royce McClure. In this short video, the design is done, and “Morro Bay” is being added to the bottom for sale in our Morro Bay retail stores, The Dolphin Shirt Company, and The Shark’s Grin. All of our shirts can be purchased online at http://www.shopdolphinshirt.com. For custom and wholesale orders, please use http://www.dolphinshirt.com.
Swellegant Patina system is the bomb on so many types of media! Today B’sue explores using Sapphire Blue Patina and Tiffany Green Patina over metal coatings on vintage pearl cabochons and sea shells! (All materials found at http://www.bsueboutiques.com ) Also see the results when resin is applied over top of the cured patina and other media like Iced Enamel is drifted into the resin, along with microbeads. COOL ART CABOCHONS you make yourself! ALSO: step behind my design bench and let’s work together on my End of Summer/Beaches challenge piece featuring the new components made with Swellegant patinas! I think this necklace is gonna come out great! Come on into my NEW Messy Workshop….and let’s play! JOIN US at the B’sue Boutiques Creative Group at Facebook for the best mixed media jewelry making group on the internet! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bsueboutiquescreativegroup
There are still some beaches in Mexico that everyone doesn’t know about yet! Episode description below.
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We heard from people that have been RVing to Mexico for years that Chacala Beach is a must do. They were right. The restaurants grill fish to die for and the surf was absolutely perfect for the boy to catch some ways. It was so much fun to chill with the people from Mexico without a single tourist in sight. Did we mention that fresh donuts are served on the beach? In this episode, Tori fly’s home to catch-up with some friends and go to a school dance and we head into Puerto Vallarta to get some school done and remote work. We also stumble across some Thrifty Ice Cream at the Pto Vallarta marina. We also talk about the KYD Insiders through our Patreon account. We’re having a lot of fun with the Insider, so check that out! Link above.
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Red Ottoman Storage Bench: http://amzn.to/2gJUpy0
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RED WAGON: http://amzn.to/2gPG4kC
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Canon Rebel T5i
Dead Cat (won’t hear wind outside)
Polarizer (great for outdoor video or water)
GoPro Session 4 (I would buy the 5 now – next link)
GoPro Session 5 (built in stabilizer)
GoPro Hero Black 5 (the best option)
GoPro Floating Handle
64 SD Fast Writing Card
SD Chip Case
External Hard Drive
DJI Phantom 3 Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
A good video about the screen printing machine. This free video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be re-used for free, under the creative commons license, with the attribution of epSos.de as the original creator of this video about the screen printing machine.
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The screen printing is a printing method with a special ink. The special ink is pressed trough a fine net onto the fabric. The net has holes, but not everywhere. The color can pass trough the holes onto the fabric. The spaces without the holes are without the color. The net must have an picture in the shape of the holes. The net can be made from silk, nylon or metal.
This screen printing method is very good for many materials. It is possible to print on a flat material or on curved surfaces. These special ink can be used on different materials. On metal, plastic, wood, textile, glass and ceramic too. The size of the printed image has no limits. It can be bigger than the net. The image can have multiple parts and an unlimited number of colors, as long as the colors are all mixed together.
The screen printing ink can be very thick or very thin. Multiple layers of ink can be printed on top of each-other. The printing speed is relatively slow, but the quality is very high. Screen printing is used in the advertising, for labels, in the printing processes on t-shirts, ceramic mugs and industrial applications. Many artists love the screen printing machines, because the artists can mix any color and all the prints are unique, every time !
Screen printing is a very traditional process. The printing frame has an image in the shape of a net with holes. This image can be made by a special machine, or it can be printed or painted with glue. It is possible to create everything with hands and without machines. The spaces without the glue will create the holes int the screen. The holes will allow the pain to go trough. The ink will create and image.
The mask prevents the paint from going through. The holes allow the pain to go trough. The mask is an exact opposite of the final image. Quality is very important for women. The printing screen can be connected with a frame, so that it does not move during the printing process. The t-shirt is on the plate, so that it does not move during the printing process. The plate can be warm, so that the paint can enter the T-shirt much better. After the printing, the paint must become dry. It is possible to heat the pain, so that the textile and the pain will connect together. The heat connects the paint to the T-shirt. The paint does become part of the textile and can not be separated anymore.
The modern screen printing process is relatively modern. It was invented in the first half of the 20th century. Europe and Japan used similar screen printing processes in the 18th and 19th centuries, but the machines were not as good as today. Many artists use the screen printing method for their art, because they can create everything at home. Even paper can be used for the screen printing. Just cut out the holes on paper and press the paint into the holes of the image on the paper.
The screen printing process is very practical and easy. The graphical screen printing is used by artists. Industrial screen printing and textile printing is used on a large scale. There are very important printing applications for glass, ceramic and any products that are created in very large qualities. Industrial screen printing is also used for the manufacturing of electronics, solar cells, computers, window heating elements, dashboards, T-shirts, sport bags, curtain fabrics, clothing, carpets, and much more.
Screen printing designs are produced with existing images of drawings. Manual production of screen printing frames is possible. The manual techniques are often used for education of artists. The screen printing process is very good for mixed colors and images with many small lines. The screen printing paints are very durable and can be used on any surface.
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Click Here To Subscribe! ► http://bit.ly/JOovvU – 1080p HD to have Mud hit you in the Face! You Wanted iT!? YOU GOT iT. STRAiGHT UP MUD ACTiON! My Custom Semi-Truck HD OVERKiLL a.k.a “THE JUGGERNAUT”, is released onto the Mucky Muddy Backroads of the RCSparks Studio Secret Filming Spot.
It was especially sloppy out on this trail, as the spring melt is now in effect. Thank goodness my friend Everett was along for the trail run, operating my “Beast” Ford Truck. This RC Adventure was Crazy amounts of slip-slidin’ around.. but was a blast to make!
Project “HD OVERKiLL” is built using utilizing 6wd, 6 RC4WD Evo Predator Tracks, 4 Brushless Roc 412 Tekin motors, 3 Gensace Lipo Batteries, and Amazing Vanquish Products outfitting this rig.. there will be NO STOPPING what it can do. THiS RIG IS NOT WATERPROOF, NOR is it designed for MUD. But, who am I fooling.. OF COURSE WE WiLL TAKE iT IN MUD!
HD OVERKiLL Weighs 21 Pounds with Batteries attached
This truck is NOT BUiLT FOR SCALE.. but instead Built to iNSPiRE iMAGiNATiON.
This project was a Re-build of of my Original PROJECT: OVERKiLL truck. The premise is basically the same, but HEAVY DUTY & AMPED up beyond all imagination. This project is not for sale, nor can you buy this in stores! A 1 of a Kind, and a masterpiece in the making. There are thousands of Hours into this project as a whole. The project Cost has YET to be determined but getting towards $6000 is a good guess. We will do the math a little later on. A special thank you goes to my team builders David JR (Master builder), David Senior (Project lead), and Grandpa Marvin (Master Crafter), for dedicating 3 months of time and efforts to this History Making Project. There has never been another Machine like this.. and everything is a prototype. We all know this is an ongoing project, and that the Mega Machine will never be truly completed. There is just too much potential. We will continue to play and have fun, creating exciting things for the world to be in awe of.
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