Spray Paint ART – Essence of Forest 3D

Spray Paint ART – Essence of Forest 3D


Welcome to Skech’s SPRAY PAINTING , crafting and DIY Art. Hey guys i get few request from some people who would like to see some video without background music just with sound of shaking cans. And also some people ask me to upload video in real time without speeding it up So for all of u who made this requests this video is for u. And also for u who didn’t make that request Hope u’ll Enjoy it . LETS ROLL IT GUYS! Hey guys thanks for watching this video If u like it and if u want to support me click LIKE down below Share it with your friends If u have some questions be free to ask me down below in the comment box I really love to read your comments and to answer on your questions And if u didn’t subscribe yet consider SUBSCRIBING for more futurein videos. Also don’t forget to check DESCRIPTION box I’ll put there links for equipment and thinks that I using in my videos Stay tuned !

Discover The Best Monthly Baby Pictures To Take In The First Year Of Your Baby’s Life

Discover The Best Monthly Baby Pictures To Take In The First Year Of Your Baby’s Life


Discover the best monthly baby pictures to take in your baby’s first year of life In this tutorial I will show ideas for the best baby pictures that you can take
monthly in the first year of your baby’s life so that you can remember your baby
the way he was Monthly picture ideas Your smiling baby Take a picture of your baby smiling in the same location every month Later in life this will make for a great reminder and it provides an awesome monthly
comparison of the growth process in the first year Your baby’s milestone of the month Take one baby picture each month which shows a milestone in the development of
your baby You can buy pre-printed milestone cards or you could get creative and make something yourself A good milestone moment to capture is if your baby says mommy for the first time or turns over for the first time You can either make something yourself or you can have your baby hold one of the
pre-printed cards that says what milestone has been reached Baby picture with a growing ruler When your baby is old enough to stand you could start marking your baby’s growth on a ruler on the wall Take a picture of your baby’s growth every month and be baffled later by how fast your baby grew in this period Before your baby can stand you can start this off by taking a picture of your baby lying next to a ruler Babies date with daddy Take a picture together with daddy every month This is a great idea to do from
birth until preschool age Daddy is always going to be there for his little wonder and these baby pictures will be proof of that later in life Your child may not remember a thing from the first years of his or her life so these pictures will be a great way to show the amazing times your baby had with his daddy A kiss from mommy Pick a location and kiss your baby in that spot every month This way you will capture the unending
and timeless love you have for your baby This loving feeling will immediately
come back to you when you look at these baby pictures later on Baby’s favorite activity Grabbing their feet and putting them in their mouth Taking a bath or standing upside down Your baby has a favorite activity every month and this favorite activity changes
rapidly So be sure to take a baby picture of your baby’s favorite activity each month Many people consider these baby pictures to be their favorites because it immediately takes them back to that special time with their baby New things your baby has learned Your baby is constantly learning new things from the moment they are born Try to take a monthly baby picture of what your baby has learned that month and capture the growth of your baby’s intelligence Baby clothing that is getting too small Chances are that your baby received a lot of baby clothing that is too big in
the beginning Take a picture of your baby wearing these items that are too big and repeat this picture every month You will soon find out that your baby
has outgrown the baby clothing It is a lot of fun to look back later on
these pictures and get a good image of when and how fast your baby was growing Favorite comparison Take your baby’s favorite object Position your baby right next to it and take a picture like this every month This is a really fun way to see the growth of your baby You’re sleeping baby Nothing looks more peaceful than a sleeping baby Especially after a tiring day Take a baby picture of your baby sleeping every month If you later combine these pictures they will make for the cutest collage ever Your baby’s hands and feet Take a baby picture of your baby’s hands and feet every month You will be amazed at how
fast they grow and how they get ready to conquer the world Babies mess of the month What kind of a mess did your baby make this month? It might be annoying to have to clean it up But later in life the baby pictures of that mess your little one made are a great memory of that time Take a monthly picture of the mess You won’t regret it Baby with your pets If your pet gets along well with your baby Chances are high that they will end up
being best friends Take a baby picture of your baby and your pet every month and witness how their bond grows There are many great other ideas for baby pictures that you can take every month I hope that my ideas will inspire
you to capture the life and development of your baby in a great way

How to Make a 3D Heart – Paper, Card and Foam

How to Make a 3D Heart – Paper, Card and Foam


Today, I’m gonna show you how to make
these really sweet 3D hearts. You can make them out of paper, card, or even foam,
which I’ll show you later. I’ll start by taking a thin piece of card, and we need
to draw on a heart. If you like, you could use a cookie cutter to draw around, but
I’ve made my own templates so I can cut out as many as I like. I’ll give you a
copy of the templates at the end of the video. Draw on your heart shape, then use a pair of scissors to carefully
cut it out. We need our heart shapes to be quite wide
in style (not long and pointy like this one), otherwise it doesn’t really work properly. Next, we need to use a pair of scissors to cut a line
from the top straight down, just under halfway. Then, we need to gently curl the heart
back on itself without creasing a line. Then, use a stapler to pin each half together like this. Next, we need to hold the staple
firmly and peel the heart back on itself to turn it inside out and make it stand
out. Try and tidy up any crease marks, and
that’s our 3D heart complete! Pretty cool, huh? They look really effective, and they’re
really simple to make. You can make a whole load of different sizes and even
different colors. I found they look best if you make them out of this thin foam
instead of paper or card, and they’re easier too. The process is exactly the same:
Draw around the template and cut out the heart. If you are using a cookie cutter, you can just push it into the foam to give yourself an outline. Then, cut it out, make your slice down from the top, then fix it in place with your stapler. Fold it back on itself, and you can really curve the foam to give it some shape I also found they make these foam sheets
with glitter in, so you can make some with those. this foam sheet is actually
self-adhesive, and it’s got a paper backing I can remove if I want to stick
it to something. As well as the red glitter foam, I also
found pink, and they really stand out. You could use these on the front of a
homemade Valentine’s Day card, you might want to make some bunting or a banner
with them, or use them to decorate your space, or surprise someone else. You
could spread some over a desk or stick some on a wall or a mirror If you want to use the heart template I
used, you can take a copy of these and print them out. I hope you’ve enjoyed
watching this video. If you want to see more, you can click on the links on the
right hand side or take a look at my YouTube channel page. Stay safe, have fun,
and as always, thanks for watching.

Cheap Wi-Fi IP Surveillance Camera (Very little DIY needed)

Cheap Wi-Fi IP Surveillance Camera (Very little DIY needed)


When I first came across this device, I thought
no way we can have a fully customizable Wi-Fi IP camera for less than 5$,
but Chinese tech often surprised me, unfortunately not always in a good way. Well, let’s find out what this small device
is actually capable of. As you can see this device comes without any housing and even doesn’t have any USB ports for power. So it is aimed at people that at least know
some basic stuff about electronics. Well, let’s connect it to 5V and see if it
even works without any flashing. if everything goes well you should see a new
network when you do a Wi-Fi search. The name is obviously ESP32_CAM, it is open
so let’s connect to it. Now let’s use the browser, and go to address
192.168.4.1/jpg yay, we got a picture from the camera, and we can update it. but this is not all, we should even get a
working video stream if you add _stream to the address. Let’s try it. And it works. Well, that is all cool of course, but my initial
idea was to flash it in order to get a user interface with settings and make a surveillance
camera out of it. in order to flash it, we need a USB to UART
converter, such converter is cheap and easy to find on aliexpress, it is less than one
dollar. Many people already have such converter because
it is very universal and widely used. Flashing is simple, a google search “esp32
camera flash circuit” reveals how to connect everything. In Arduino IDE, Choose COM port of your USB
converter. Then we need to choose AI-Thinker ESP32-CAM,
if it is not here you to install ESP32 Core, I leave the link in the description. Now open the terminal, make sure that speed
is 115200, then press the reset button on ESP32 Camera
and you should see some data in the terminal which means we can receive data from the camera. Code for the camera you can get in Arduino
IDE examples, also I’ll give a link to my modified code that has LED control and some
additional useful features, link in the description. Here in the code, you need to type your Wi-Fi
network name and password. Now we almost ready to flash the camera. In order to enter flashing mode, you need
to connect gpio0 to Ground and press reset, or disconnect USB and connect it back. And in Arduino IDE we just need to click on
compile and flash button and wait. It can take some time. If everything is successful it should say
“Done uploading”. Now you can disconnect gpio0 from Ground and
press reset, or disconnect USB and connect it back. Now esp32 camera should be connected to your
wi-fi network. To find its IP address you can go to your
router settings, or you can just open the terminal in Arduino IDE and press reset. So let’s see what interface we have now. Cool, and I even have LED control now. By the way, LED is very bright and hot, because
it doesn’t have a current limiting resistor, so I bet it will die very soon, But actually,
I don’t care cause I’m going to use a much bigger led module, and I am going to
power it from 5V instead of 3.3V, so the build-in voltage regulator will make much less heat. So let’s do the work. Now let’s test it. To build the housing I’ve used clear silicone
sealant and glass. There are a lot of options here, for example,
you can 3D print the housing or buy a dummy camera, it is up to you. I am going to power it from 12V so I need
12V to 5V DC-DC converter. So let’s assemble everything. Also, I decided to paint it black, I hope it will prevent
some lens flare. Now it looks not so good, but again it is
not a thing that you going to look at, quite the opposite, this thing is going to look
at you. Now I installed the camera on this tree, so
let’s see what it sees. Here is the camera’s interface, with a higher
resolution we get lower fps, which is expected. Also, you can use software like iSpy, which
would be very useful if you have multiple cameras. Also, consider adding an external antenna
to the camera if you are far away from the router. Like if you learned something new, also consider
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BUILDING MY FIRST CAMERA TRAP | Camera trap photography – part 2 (With English subtitles)

BUILDING MY FIRST CAMERA TRAP | Camera trap photography – part 2 (With English subtitles)


At the end of the last year it happened when I started with my camera trap photography. It began when Kätu and I found a badger’s den. That’s when I set up my trail camera. Despite the winter Estonia didn’t had almost no snow, that’s why the badgers where surprisingly active. In addition to badger my trail camera captured lynx, raccoon dog and a red fox. The reason why I setup the trail camera was because I wanted to get to no better animals’ activity, therefore I could eventually start building the camera trap and set it up in the future. Hey, today I’m starting with the second part of the camera trap vlog. The reason why I devided this vlog in separaate parts was because I saw that the whole process is quite time-consuming, therefore I’d like to give you already some sort of story while I’m still cathering the last pieces of the whole outcome. The purpose of this second part is to build the camera trap. Most of the things I’m needing to build the camera trap is already arrived.This is the thing I wanted to share with you. Let’s start from the beginning. Here are two flashes. I’m going to build this camera trap with 2 flashes. Here are 2 specific flashes – Nikon SB-28. Which are actually old film camera flashes. The reason why I needed these specific flashes was that these are really good for camera trapping. One of the reason is that these are with a very fast wake-up time. When these are in sleep mode, they are able to flash already at the first photo. A lot of regular flashes are not capable to wake up so quickly. Usually the first photo is a black photo and not before the second photo it won’t flash. In camera trap photography it is super important that the flash would wake up already on the first photo. In addition the flash capacitor doesn’t discharge the charge that often, which means it stays charged for a longer time and it charges less often. Which means the battery life is better. As I said, these are film camera flashes and no store is selling these. One I bought from Japan, through Ebay. And the second one I found in Estonia, someone still had this flash. So much about the flashes. Today I also received another package. As I mentioned, these are Nikon flashes, but I’m going to use Canon’s 60d camera so, Nikon and Canon are not capable to work together, therefore I needed a transmitter and receiver which is custom built. Camtraption is the company who is selling those custom built widgets. As I said, costom built so they would work with Nikon flashes and Canon body. Here I have one 1 transmitter and 2 receivers. The third good new was, that when I was today at the post office I found out that I have a third package waiting for me. Here are those sensors, which I’m going to use to built my DIY motion sensor. Why I’m so surprised is because I knew that these will be delivered not before the end of February. I have no idea why these arrived month before they were actually supposed to arrive. This is a super news, because now we are able to start building the whole thing! So much about the packages that arrived. Now I’m going to Overall, which is the main reseller of Canon products. There is one friend of mine, whose name is Martin. He is a technician there and I asked, if he could help me with building the sensor. Because I’m not competent enough to build a sensor by myself. He has also pointed out some other topics regarding the whole camera trap process. I think that involving him to the project will only be beneficial and will result in the final product. See you in a bit, when I’m already in Overall. We are here in the Overall. In the background you can see Martin is already doing some stuff. At the moment we are going to experiment with different things and hopefully we will start building the sensor. Basically, you have to… if we are looking exactly at the diagram. One will be connected with the red one, and the other one with the white one. It will start melting in a seconds. Let’s put quite a lot of tin. Hold the red cord against it. You can also blow some air, then it dries faster. – It seems like sort of a type of art, who’s able to tin more beautifully. We have spent some time building the sensor. Now it is the moment of truth. Did we do everything correctly or the sensor is not working. – It should be taking photos by now. – Seems like we failed our first try, there seems to be some sort of a problem. It isn’t working as it is supposed to. We spent 2 days building it but with no luck, the sensor didn’t start working. Seems to be another problem. Now it is getting signal constantly. A little update. We have done everything like it is on the paper, but somehow it isn’t working. We have run out of ideas. At the same weekend I headed again to Luhamaa, therefore I took the sensor with me and gave it to my another friend Ats, who kindly suggested that he can also try to fix the problem. Unfortunately he wasn’t also able to find the solution during the weekend. Despite the problem with the sensor I was dealing with some other topics regarding the camera trap. I spent multiple days looking for specific food containers which would fit the flashes. Also I found a perfect case for my camera. Also the finally product that was missing from the whole arrived with the post. I received another package. Now I can say that I have everything I need to build the camera trap. Let’s open it. Let’s have a look what’s inside here. Here is one Magic Arm from Manfrotto. Here are two Super Clamps. And here are two flash sockets. This is the setup I’m using to secure the flashes. I’m needing 2 pair of these, because I have 2 flashes. This is how the setup looks like. Yes, it is possible to do with the easier solution. But I decided that if I’m doing the project then I’m going to do it properly. I didn’t want to start using the Macgyver tape to attach the flashes to the trees. I wanted to use the solution that is able to hold the flashes in position for multiple months. Today is the third time here at Overall. Before we start building everything, I wanted to tell you some good news. Martin told me today that he was finally able to make the sensor work. I’m going to test it in a second. But before I wanted to show you 2 things. when I started with this project I really didn’t had anything, I had to get all the stuff. A new camera, new flashes etc. As funny as it seems, the small things are the ones that have made me the most excited. First thing is a normal food container. I’m going to put the flash inside here. The reason why I’m so happy about the find is because I spent quite a lot of time looking for this specific container, from different stores. I wasn’t able to find this kind of large container with the locking system There were a lot of these kind of food boxes, but they were too small for the flashes to fit inside. Also they were on a sale, so I got these 2 with only 7€. The second thing that makes me really happy is this toolbox. A lot of camera trap photographers are usin similiar box for camera, it is called pelican case, but this costs around 150€. I found this with only 18€. Another magnificent find. If you open it, then you find a foam hidden inside the box. Let’s have a look at this sensor now, because I understood that it is working perfectly. The sensor is really working! If I’m passing the sensor, then the camera is triggered. I’ll turn on the flashes too, then you’ll see how it is really supposed to work. As you can see, it already took a photo. Super awesome! It is working perfectly. Right now we are going to imitate the situation. – Very cool! Maybe you could take on step behind. As you can see, it took the photo immediately. Maybe you could sneak closed like some sort of an animal. As you can see, it still took the photos. So cool! Very cool! Let’s say that our test runs have been successful. It is so cool to see, how all this project is slowly coming together. Now we are going to set this setup in a cold room to test how well are the batteries functioning in the cold. This way we can estimate how long the batteries would last in the field. Therefore we can evaluate if we need some additional power supply or not. Flash boxes are pretty much ready. There isn’t much to do to bee honest. Just made a hole in the cover. I’ll show you the other flash, it is already in the box. That’s how the flashes will be. They are easily accessible this way. The only thing we have to do with flash boxes is to paint these, with a camouflage paint. One week has passed. We are again here in Overall. And now we are going to build the boxes, cut the holes that are necessary and paint everything over. We also made a more interesting light setup today. In order to make a Daniel Schiffer-like b-roll. But let’s get started! This is definitely not the best news. I was able to cut myself pretty bad. This specific knife is very sharp. Martin took over. My school woodwork teacher Kaupo loan it to me and he also mentioned thet be extra careful with it, because it is extremely sharp. And I at least tried to be very careful. It cut quite deep. So I was lucky I didn’t hurt myself to bad. We just cut a hole for the lens. And now we will start setting the rivets. We are going to attach the stainless steel
with rivets underneath the box. This should make the box a little more sturdy. This is the rivet gun. We have trilled all the holes and attached rivets. The outcome looks very dope. And we also cut the proper shape for the lens hood. This is the outcome of the rivets. This is how the lens hood looks like. With a correct shape. No we are going to spray these boxes with the camouflage spray. It is finally March. This is our last time together here, because we’ve finished with most of the stuff. Right now Martin is fixing the issue with the transmitter. It doesn’t really fit into the box. And we are going to build the sensor into this little box. I spent more than an hour cutting the whole into it. It took me quite some time. But now it is perfect. As you can see, behind me is fully finished camera trap. First time I met with Martin and told my crazy idea, it was 8th of January. Today is 6th of March. Which means that the whole building process took us exactly 2 months. We met 7-8 times, I haven’t really counted. I didn’t film every time I came here. It doesn’t even matter to be honest. The most important is that the camera trap is ready Let’s have a look what it looks like! In the next episode I’m going to talk about the value of the camera trap. And I will describe a few mistakes that we made.

Getting into Lithophane 3D Printing! (3D Printing Pictures)

Getting into Lithophane 3D Printing! (3D Printing Pictures)


Hello guys, today we will be creating a lithophane
3d print. Its something I’ve been investigating which
is that you print a photo in 3d and when exposed to light is shows the different shades of
filament. The first step will be to go to 3dp.rocks/lithophane,
which I will link below. Once in the website you select image and load
the image you want to convert. Go to image settings and set the image to
positive. The rest of the settings are to tune your
model. Then go ahead and choose whether you want
your model to be flat, curved, or any of the others and download the stl. Place your stl aiming upwards with a raft,
for best print quality. Ill take this time to announce a goal. Recently I posted a poll on Instagram, in
which I asked if you would like me to put my Echo Dot inside an R2D2. I got a lot of positive feedback and designed
it. Then I realized it would take 100+ hours to
print and 1/3 of my filament. Therefore, I am setting this as my 1000 sub
goal. As you can see my model was a bit dark due
to the Star Wars theme, but you are able to see Kilo Ren, Rey, And Han Solo pretty well. Well that it for today guys, hope you enjoy,
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I upload. See you next week!

How to Fix a Camera DIY

How to Fix a Camera DIY


Hi. Today, I’m going to talk about fixing
digital cameras such as this one. I’ve fixed a number of digital cameras in the past and the majority of their problems was
loose connectors inside the camera. Now this camera works just fine, and
takes good pictures too. Well, just open it for demonstration purposes. Here I’ve opened the camera, but the first thing to remember is that there are
a lot of bits and pieces and small and large screws that go in a camera, so always remember what goes where and store
them nicely to avoid losing them. Now let’s take a look at the camera. Sh**… There are a number of electronic circuits in the camera
and there are connectors everywhere, like this one. Connector here, two connectors there,
one connector here… This is actually a connector, and if you can see,
there is a connector under the connector here. And if I flip the camera… And you can see the lens here, and if I remove the lens,
you’ll see the giant flash capacitor right here. OW!!! F****ING PIECE OF S***! Apparently, the flash capacitor is holding around
300 volts of charge in it, and it can hurt a lot if you touch it, so I recommend you discharge this capacitor
before working on the camera. It’s not the best way to do it, but I’m gonna short
the capacitor with a wire. Steady… Steady… [Pop] [Multiple beeps] It’s okay. It’s safe now. So really, a few simple steps and then you put
your camera back together, and it’s guaranteed to work for many years to come.