This is another design I submitted to Threadless, this time for a freaker (a kind bottle sleeve thingy). Here are the results (suprisingly, 3.06 out of 5 is actually a very good score, considering most designs get about 1.5 to 2). I guess people on the internet like polar bears and whales a lot better than they like goats.
Here’s another of my hacky sack concepts with some more trippy trigonometry. Unfortunately, the whole interlocking corners thing makes it a huge pain to sew, although they hold up pretty well (I’ve used the one on the left regularly for almost a month now). Oh, and they’re machine washable :)
PS. don’t be judgin, but these took about 5-6 hours apiece, so I don’t think I’ll be mass-producing anytime soon.
I made a hacky sack (or footbag, whatever you want to call it), out of an old pair of jeans. I know this shape has probably been used before, but I did all of the calculations for it myself.
PS: I used r = 1.875cm (it was on grid paper, so it worked out well)
Controls: PLAYER 1 — PLAYER 2
Movement: WASD — IJKL (or arrow keys)
shooting: spacebar — shift key
rotate turret when stopped: Z and X — comma and period
alternate between straight-forward and auto-seek mode: F — /
PS. The bullets bounce once, and you can only fire five at a time.
PPS. try not to shoot yourself.
12 pieces of paper, 5.2 seconds of coolness.
If it glitches halfway through, just play it again and it should go away.
Hello. For the past four months I have been regretting my decision to not talk to you on the ferry and now I’ve decided to do something about it. It was August 8th when we first saw each other on the express bus out of Vancouver to horseshoe bay. We both took the ferry to Departure bay. Halfway through the trip the boat stopped for a safety drill and we saw each other on the upper deck. You were taking pictures and then leaned on the rail beside me. As much as I wanted to, I never said anything, and I’ve never regretted anything more than that. I think you are the most beautiful girl I’ve ever seen and I would very much like to meet you.
If you are her, Email me at: email@example.com
Reblog this to help me find her. Please.
One of my best friends in search of somebody in particular.
You’re gonna find her, man.
I’ve been very busy lately working on a li’l something for my animation class. It’ll be up on here soon, but here’s a little preview.
Halloween may have been a couple of weeks ago, but for those of you already planning for next year, here’s my blueprint for the cardboard box dinosaur costume that I made this year.
I even made it so that you can operate the jaws with a simple shoulder shrug for hours of om-nomming fun.