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Monster Hunter World


Gender: Unisex
Theme: Animals
Animals: Dinosaurs
Material: PVC
Mfg Series Number: Model
Completion Degree: Finished Goods
Commodity Attribute: Peripherals
By Animation Source: Japan
Soldier Accessories: Soldier Parts and Components, Soldier Finished Product
Size:14cm
Remote Control: No
Puppets Type: Model
Age Range:Grownups
Dimensions:12-17cm
Warning: None
Version Type: First Edition
Condition: In-Stock Items
Scale:1/144
Original Package: NO
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[Pattern] Mr Tibbles the Cat
This pattern was created by http://www.ravelry.com/people/Claudia1980 The pattern consists of single crochet stitches (sc) and is crocheted in rows rather than in a spiral. Turn the work after each row. “sc2tog” means decreasing one stitch (st) by crocheting two stitches together. For this pattern, I used the invisible method for decreasing. There are plenty of instruction videos on YouTube, for instance this one. Yarn: Super fine, 40 grams (1.5 oz) Needle: 2.25 mm (US 1/B) Material: green felt; filling; black thread Ch. 40 R1: insert in 2nd st from hook, sc across (39) R2-3: ch 1, sc across (39) R4: ch 1, 32 sc, sc2tog (33) R5-7: ch 1, sc across (33) R8: ch 1, 31 sc, sc2tog (32) R9-11: ch 1, sc across (32) R12: ch 1, 30 sc, sc2tog (31) R13-15: ch 1, sc across (31) R16: ch1, 29 sc, sc2tog (30) R17-19: ch1, sc across (30) R20: ch1, 28 sc, sc2tog (29) R21-23: ch1, sc across (29) R24: ch1, 27 sc, sc2tog (28) R25-27: ch1, sc across (28) R28: ch1, 26 sc, sc2tog (27) R29-31: ch1, sc across (27) R32: ch1, 25 sc, sc2tog (26) R33-35: ch1, sc across (26) R36: ch1, 24 sc, sc2tog (25) R37-39: ch1, sc across (25) R40: ch1, 23 sc, sc2tog (24) R41-43: ch1, sc across (24) R44: ch1, 22 sc, sc2tog (23) R45-47: ch1, sc across (23) R48: ch1, 21 sc, sc2tog (22) R49-51: ch1, sc across (22) R52: ch1, 21 sc, 2 sc in last st (23) R53: ch1, 2 sc in 1st st, 22 sc (24) R54: ch1, 23 sc, 2 sc in last st (25) R55: ch1, 2 sc in 1st st, 24 sc (26) R56-74: ch1, sc across (26) R75: ch1, 8 sc (8) R76: ch1, sc2tog, 6 sc (7) R77: ch1, 5 sc, sc2tog (6) R78: ch1, sc2tog, 4 sc (5) R79: ch1, 3 sc, sc2tog (4) R80: ch1, sc2tog, 2 sc (3) R81: ch1, 1 sc, sc2tog (2) R82: ch1, sc across (2) Bind off. To finish off the other ear, reattach yarn to 19th st of row 74. R83: ch1, sc in same st as ch1, 7 sc (8) R84: ch1, 6 sc, sc2tog (7) R85: ch1, sc2tog, 5 sc (6) R86: ch1, 4 sc, sc2tog (5) R87: ch1, sc2tog, 3 sc (4) R88: ch1, 2 sc, sc2tog (3) R89: ch1, sc2tog, 1 sc (2) R90: ch1, sc across (2) Bind off. To finish off the tail, reattach yarn to 34th st of row 4. R91: ch1, sc in same st as ch1, 5 sc (6) R92: ch1, 5 sc (5) R93: ch1, sc across (5) R94: ch1, 4 sc, 2 sc in last st (6) R95: ch1, sc across (6) R96: ch1, 5 sc, 2 sc in last st (7) R97: ch1, sc across (7) R98: ch1, 6 sc, 2 sc in last st (8) R99: ch1, sc across (8) R100: ch1, 7 sc, 2 sc in last st (9) R101: ch1, sc across (9) R102: ch1, 8 sc, 2 sc in last st (10) R103-105: ch1, sc across (10) R106: ch1, 9 sc, 2 sc in last st (11) R107-109: ch1, sc across (11) R110: ch1, 10 sc, 2 sc in last st (12) R111-113: ch1, sc across (12) R114: ch1, 11 sc, 2 sc in last st (13) R115-121: ch1, sc across (13) R122: ch1, 11 sc, sc2tog (12) R123-125: ch1, sc across (12) R126: ch1, 10 sc, sc2tog (11) R127: ch1, sc across (11) R128: ch1, 9 sc, sc2tog (10) R129: ch1, sc2tog, 8 sc (9) R130: ch1, 7 sc, sc2tog (8) R131: ch1, sc2tog 3 times, 2 sc (5) Bind off and weave in all ends. Follow the same pattern to crochet another piece. Before sewing both pieces together, make a face using needle and black thread. To make a bow tie, see the instruction below, which is from the Lovesome Blog. Fasten the bow tie to the body with needle and thread. Next, sew both pieces together. I used the mattress stitch, which is a nice way of seaming without having to turn the work inside out. Make sure to stuff the tail while you can still reach inside. Stuff the entire cat before closing up. Finally, sew the bottom half of the tail to the body.
Barbie Scores Big Time With Zendaya Inspired Barbie Doll
Kudos to Mattel for recognizing true beauty. It wasn't that long ago that Zendaya was getting ridiculed for her 2015 Oscar's look consisting of a gorgeous dress and a head full of faux dreadlocks. While some believed the Disney star looked absolutely stunning, others including Giuliana Rancic [see clip here] had a lot to say. Rancic took to televisions popular Fashion Police mentioning that the young star "looked as if she'd smell like weed and patchouli oil" and let's just say the controversy was in the media for awhile. Zendaya was honored at the Rock 'N Royals concert this past Saturday benefitting VH1's Save The Music Foundation in Los Angeles. It's so amazing that it hasn't even been one full year since the comment sparked controversy and the creator of Barbie has taken a negative and turned it into a positive creating a replica Barbie of Zendaya's Oscar look. Talk about an amazing moment in history. There have been a couple previous African American women who had a Barbie created after them including both Brandy and Raven Symone, but there is something extremely liberating about this Zendaya Barbie. Maybe it's the fact that it's a way to say society doesn't know beauty or maybe it is a memorable reminder that with every negative comes a positive. According to Zendaya, the doll means so much more than just a commemoration of her popular outfit. She says, "When I was little, I couldn't find a Barbie that looked like me, my ... how times have changed."
Betty Woodman: A Journey from a Production Plotter to a Famous Artist
Betty Woodman was a ceramic craftsman most popular for her extravagantly vivid and innovative work which acquired acknowledgment in the mid-1970s. She frequently worked with a deconstructed adaptation of the conventional artistic vessel, with her pieces going from huge site-explicit wall paintings to fragmentary segments and rug like floor pieces. "It bodes well to utilize mud for pots, containers, pitchers, and platters, however I like to have things the two different ways," the craftsman clarified. "I make things that could be useful, yet I truly need them to be viewed as show-stoppers." In its utilization of shading and example, Woodman's initial work can be viewed as a response to the overwhelmingly sober Minimalist and Conceptual stylish pervasive at that point. Brought into the world on May 14, 1930, in Norwalk, CT, she considered craftsmanship at Alfred University and was outstandingly the mother of the commended late picture taker Francesca Woodman. Betty Woodman's works can be found in the assortments of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, among others Among the first contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been imagining and re-designing new and conventional structures, delivering extravagant, splendidly hued, and clever works since the mid-1950s. This resulted into a special style of Betty Woodman art. During the Pattern and Decoration development during the '70s, her profession acquired the energy it has had from that point onward. This was the year she created one of her most acclaimed works, the Pillow Pitcher, where she made a vessel out of a bulbous shape squeezed at the two finishes like a pad. She additionally delivers painterly divider pieces and huge scope establishments, platters, and, most enduringly, jars in an unending cluster of styles, going from human figures to erratically composed, multi-sided Cubist reflections. The imaginative practices of Italy and the Mediterranean locale educate Woodman's work, which is additionally set apart by Chinese and Modernist impacts, and the excitement of her unbounded methodology. Betty Woodman showed her advantage in earth while she was a youngster. She got her scholastic specialization at the School for American Craftsmen in Alfred, New York. At 20 years old, she started to fill in as a potter and had the full help of her family. Shockingly, those were difficult years for ladies to get occupied with the 'men's universe' of ceramics. Inspite of this she managed to make special artworks of ceramics. Betty Woodman ceramics for sale are available online. On the off chance that she wasn't so tireless, or even somewhat difficult, she wouldn't have succeeded. It was uniquely during the 1970s, and the ascent of the Pattern and Decoration development when ladies started to take part in line-ups and shows. This was an extraordinary chance for her to show individuals her capacities, manifestations, and conceivable outcomes. Betty Woodman's innovation of the 'Cushion Pitcher', a shape that addresses a mix of Etruscan vessels and Chinese porcelain, has made her way for the world, and become her 'brand name'. Perhaps the main shows in this current craftsman's life was the review of her work between the 1950s and 2006, when she displayed her pieces at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, an uncommon recognition for the specialists that are as yet alive. Her inventiveness could be found in Deco Lake Shore (2003, Metropolitan Museum), where she gave a mix of graphite and ink land sigillata and wax on high quality paper. Woodman's expert life was affected by Italy generally, so it is no bizarre that Italian Baroque had a significant part in her imagination. As a prize for her wonderful commitment to fired craftsmanship, and workmanship generally, she got a few acknowledgments, similar to multiple times National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1980 and 1986 or Fulbright-Hays Scholarship in Italy which she got in 1996. Acknowledgments and respects don't stop there, as this separated craftsman likewise got the title of Doctor of Fine Arts Causa from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2006 or Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. Until now, her canvases, pottery, and different works have been visible in numerous shows at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gallery Diet, Miami, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, Frank Lloyd Gallery, California, Denver Art Museum, and numerous others. Betty Woodman kicked the bucket at an age of 87 on the fourth of January, 2018.