Where did you get the plastic stuff? Put them on,and off you go!
Anonymous August 5, 2013 at 10: Reply 9 months ago. Anonymous December 22, 2011 at 8: This is a great game for you to experience. I bought it from TAP plastics http: It took several iterations to get them not just fitting, but proportioned to his taste. Once we were happy, we cut the glasses from a sheet of 3mm-thick amber acrylic.
Back to main showroom CrashTestDesign showroom. Kamina seems to keep the lenses of his shades in place by magic - I couldn't see arms anywhere. Taplo Albore January 24, 2013 at 6: Enjoy happy wheels game At the start of the game, you will have to take control of your character through dangerous paths, obstacles and deadly traps to reach the finish safely. I recommend making them for a whole group, it is far to expensive to just get 1-2 cut.
I not nearly cool or gar enough to pull off a Kamina. They are perfect for cosplay or just to impress your friends.
Technically, Kamina doesn't have arms on his glasses, and they just magically float on his face. It didn't take much designing - a quick google revealed the startlingly angular shape I needed.How To Make Dirk's Shades
I've drawn SO many stencils, and they don't look right. CrashTestDesign aka Andrew Stowell. If you need help, feel free to contact me.
Glasses are sold out! If you buy the plans I have no problem with people selling these the same as I was.
All right reserved. Listed on Mar 10, 2009 Viewed 18426 times Report this item to Ponoko. The buyer will need to devise their own way to do this. Im weird. Kiteman Reply 3 years ago.