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THIS WILL ONLY WORK ON THE SAMSUNG SERIES 7 SLATE AND ASUS EP121 SLATE.

EDIT: There's some report that ArtDock may not work well with Windows 8. Specifically, the touch on/off doesn't work unless you reboot. There's also a report that it stops working after a touch screen firmware upgrade. Use as your own risk. I don't have Win8 so I can't test this out yet.

This script base on the original RawInputControlTest.ahk found at:
[link]

And on adjustments made by tbaldree at:
[link]

This dock support Photoshop, SketchBook Pro, Paint Tool Sai, MyPaint, ZBrush, Maya, Topogun, Silo and 3DS Max.

Click on Download to try out the script. You'll need to install Autohokey for it to work.

You can find Autohokey at:
[link]

Use version "Installer for AutoHotkey_L" and install as 64-bit.

For the Samsung Series 7 Slate run file"ArtDock.ahk"

For the Asus EP121 Slate run file "ArtDock_EP121.ahk".

I been looking for a mobile ZBrush solution for years now and finally found it in the Samsung Series 7 Slate. It's awesome! I been playing with it for the last few months and probably sold about 20 of these just by showing it around. About 12 of them being my coworkers at Naughty Dog. But there was one big problem: Hotkeys. ZBrush and several art programs requires them and carrying around keyboards and other devices didn't make them truly portable. This is when we stumble across the original virtual hotkey script. It was almost perfect being able to touch the sceen for hotkeys while using the stylus.

At first I was only going to customized it for my personal use with ZBrush but having had convinced several people in buying this Slate, I felt a bit obligated to extend it to other art programs. So I dusted off what little programming I knew and started learning Autohokey scripting. Using some of my coworkers as QA, I think I have a pretty good script that eliminates a need for a keyboard attachment.

New things I've added is a Menu system for going between different art scripts, a horizontal slider button, a vertical slider button with delay (so toggle keys are sent one at a time), a helper dock for multiple docks in portrait view, and an appdock for extra docks to load up such as the Number Pad.

*Update: There's some confusion on the blue buttons. They all can be single tap in addition to flick/sliding. The flick types are light blue and now the sliding type are dark blue.

*Update: Asus EP121 Slate is now supported.

*Update: Silo and 3DS Max are now supported. Included instructions on how to edit MenuDock.
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I have been working hard for weeks but won't be finished for a few more, so I am posting some spoilers! Which is to say, you all either already know how to do this or don't care, but hey- look how pretty my diagrams are!

I'm working on my first pattern, which means I have had to make everything from scratch, including stitch tutorials. I will be including stitch tutorials for every stitch used in each pattern! So that even complete beginners will be able to make them. And then I will be posting a stitch reference database on my website for everyone to access for free whenever they want! (Yes- that url at the bottom is for real! It will have a pretty front page hopefully sometime this afternoon, but until then it takes you to a filler Tumblr page.)

But this is all very time consuming. So enjoy this free tutorial, give me feedback, and get excited for some fucking amazing patterns! (The first one's for a sweater, it will be free. The second one will be for a dwarven beard helm! It will cost $10.)
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Hi!
This are my Micro Pokemon... they are fully hand made, sculped with my hands, made with Sculpey III, hand painted with some good detailing :D

In the size comparison you can see how big the PokeWalker looks, the same as the penny that Gengar is on.

I made Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Slowpoke, Glalie and Gengar... maybe I'll do more, and I'll try to make them smaller.

Gengar, for example, is 0.7 cm tall

So what do you think?
Maybe they're the smallest hand made Pokemon!

I hope you like them!
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This is by far the best Kirby papercraft model I've seen to date - It's too cute!

It's basically the same model as "Kirby's Final Smash" originally released at [link] but the designer, known as ddi7i4d, has removed the chef's hat and rounded off the top of Kirby's head..

You can get the template here: [link]
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Here is my tutorial submission for the "Get Crafting Tutorial Contest" run by #StockandResources

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You can download my pattern for these here


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This tutorial does involve you having to purchase some specialty equipment, but I do believe it is an investment that is worth making, even if you just do this a few times for fun.

You will need a jewelers saw and a hand drill, as well as (obviously) some vinyl records or CD's to chop apart. I recommend you just Google for a jewelers saw if you can't find one easily around you. I found a hand drill at my local hardware store. Really, it shouldn't be more than $15 for the saw, and that for the drill as well, if you are willing to look for a bargain. Remember to get extra blades, too. And, if you really have to, you can use a coping saw, but it is heavier and can be a bit more fatiguing to work with.

The bench pin I don't really go into either, but it's basically a piece of 2x4 with a notch cut into it, so you can position the blade in it and still put pressure on either side of the record. I don't think it will be easy to do without one, so definitely beg someone to make one for you if you don't have the skills to do it yourself :3

Other than that, I think I covered everything. Oh! I highly recommend you check to make sure you're not destroying something of great value before you cut into your records. Check online first, please!

I am by no means a jewelery expert, in fact, this was my first experience cutting anything with a jewelers saw. However, I think with a bit of patience, anyone could learn how to do this, and have a lot of fun as well!

Also... I apologize about the quality of the pictures. My cellphone camera is not the best, but I certainly hope they get the point across ^^;

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As always, please do not repost, redistribute or just plain steal this pattern or tutorial.


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©2011 Sam Lemieux // `taeliac
Taeliac.Etsy.com :: TaeliacStudio.com

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Previews: Coming Soon!

Here Ive gathered and rendered some HDR's from HDR Light Studio 2. This pack includes 32 HDR's. You may use these however you want, no credit needed, ITS YOURS!

All i ask for is a simple favorite if you enjoyed it, really helps me a lot with feedback!
Don't forget to check out my other free stuff in my freebies folder in my gallery!
Also be sure to watch & favorite me for future free downloads!
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English version!! :D here's the original [link]

do you love Tokidoki? I do! :D


but .. since these toys are really expensive (at least in italy) i decided to make one of these dangerously cute monsters by myself. woo^^

as you can see in the pictures it's super-tiny (about 2cm -or 0.7874 inch- tall)

ok, here's the tutorial .. i want to add a few lines for the ones who want to try, though. First: i think it's probably better if you take your time to take a look at an actual picture of Tokidoki, before you start working .. carefully paying attention to the details and so on. It will help you to keep in mind the very shape of your object and to avoid mistakes. I personally got inspiration from the pictures of these two deviantArtists: [link] , and [link] .. i think they are cool! But of course you can choose the shape / colours you prefer .. just take a look around :)
Secondly: have fun :aww:


my tutorial gallery on deviantArt [link]


PLEASE READ:
:bulletpink: if you want to post my tutorials outside deviantArt, just drop me a note asking for my permission. I'm going to allow you to do that, yes, but I'd like to know where my works are going to land :D
:bulletpink: If you have any question please let me know .. and .. I'd be glad to see your creation if you've found my tutorials helpful :)
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Exclusive Semi-sweeties Tutorial
Ham, egg and asparagus toast


Hi sweeties! Here's a new tutorial specially made for you guys.
This time, we are going to introduce you how to craft a cute mini toast using the techniques from two of the previous awesome tuts:

Ham: [link] and
Asparagus:[link]

This is the very first tutorial I've ever made, if there's anything unclear, please tell me by commenting below.
I will try my best to help you :)

Have fun! :la:

xoxo,
~Nassae
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Yet another awesome model by my friend DaredevilBR [link] that I helped beta-test (kind of).

It is Tetra, the pirate girl from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Walker. She is also very tall - approximately 25cm including the base. And again quite an advance model, not for the light hearted or inexperienced.

The model is not quite complete, as she also had fruit of some sort - something similar to a Hyoi Pear - that I have yet to build. I'll probably get around to doing that later this month.

She is also holding a neat little dagger in her right hand, which unfortunately you can't see very well from this angle.

There were issues with her hands in the original template, but they have since been resolved, so you should be able to get the updated final template soon at:
[link]
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I always found these lucky stars charming, and finally I decided to try and make some myself. They look like candies~! :D It's difficult not to eat them!!!
So, here it is the cliché image of lucky stars spilled from a random jar! Wohoo! ;P

I think I'll make tons!!! :meow:
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