Hey ! Aluka cosplay here. Welcome to my channel for a tutorial/timelapse of my trish corset from devil may cry. It was my first corset so I did some mistakes but don’t worry I’ll give you some solutions during the video. Are you ready ? Let’s go ! First I wrapped my torso form in duct tape, trough the pattern on, cut it out and glued all the pieces under a sheet of paper on which I added 1,5 cm of sewing value. thus everything is planned for cutting. I placed all the elements under my fake leather that I folded in two. Like that you have the right and left parts of the pieces 2,3 and 4 in one cut. I cut them one by one. Tadaaa you have your fake leather pieces. Then, I repeated the same previous steps for the lining. I unpinned all my pieces and did a pile for the left and right pieces. Take all your pieces and trace on them your sewing value (1,5 cm) to be sure to pin at the right distance. When everything is prepared, place the fake leather against the fake leather and pin on your pieces one by one. Take your lining. Unpin all your pieces and do a pile for the left and right pieces. After that take a padded interlining. This one will serve you to pad a bit the chest part (1 bis, 1, 2). Put your pieces on the interlining, pinned them and cutted them. Pay attention when you place your pieces on your interlining. Keep in mind that the little glue spot must be on the upside of your fabric. Sew your fake leather that you pinned previously. Now the ironing ! When all your pieces are sewn together open your seams and ironing them. Your seams will be more clean after this step. Be careful when you ironing fake leather. Don’t put your iron directly on the fabric. Put some baking paper between them to avoid to burn your fake leather. Cut your interlining for the pieces 3 and 4 of your lining. Prepare you lining pieces with the right interlining. So the pieces 1, 1 bis and 2 ->Padded interlining (pad a little the chest) and the pieces 3 and 4 ->classic interlining. This is my first mistake. I don’t interlin my fake leather In this case, I should have done it because later my fabric relaxed. I made some mistakes several times so the fabric enlarged and has created some ugly folds in the chest. So If you want interline your fake leather, don’t assemble it before. Well let’s go back to our work. It’s time to interline our pieces. It’s simple. Put your fabric pieces on the press or under your iron (It depend what you have at home) and fix it. If you use a press putsome baking paper between the fabric and the press to avoid to burn it (or put some glue on the press). For the padded interlining use a ” pattemouille “. What is a “pattemouille”? It’s a wetted fabric that we will put between our fabric and the press. It depends on the interlinings. Some need a “pattemouille” and some don’t. When all your fabric pieces are interlined, trace on them your sewing value (1,5 cm) and assemble everything. Sew everything. Let’s move to the lace. This is the most difficult part of the corset. I did a pattern of the pieces 1 and 1 bis with the lace. I listed all the gaps between my laces ->better visualisation. After that I cut all my laces and I taped them by two so I wouldn’t lose them. Here is the most difficult part of the corset. You have to measure cm by cm where will be your lace. That’s why I did a pattern. It was to make it clear and I find myself between each space. At the beginning I had chalked my spaces but It was not a good idea because It was erasing. So on each space I put a pin. It was more clear. Little trick: Tick on your pattern every space you realize. It will be impossible to mislead you in this way. This part wasn’t the easiest either because I had to make stops every 0.5 cm. And again, and again. Ofc the spaces were not the same :’). I almost sold my mom and dad to do it for me but I held on and I made it ( with my shitty sewing machine). Be concentred and patient cause if you’re not stop and do it the next day. When the previous step is finished. Take your fabric and hollow out the corners. Like that your corners will be neat and perfect. I also did some triangles on my chest seams to give ease. After that I sewed my fake leather with my lining (only the top seam). Like that I had an access to put my laces and my buns. The laces: This part was quite simple. I traced my 1 cm sewing value that I had planned. I took a safety pin that I slipped into each holes and pinned my laces. This part was easier than I thought. Now it’s time to sew your laces. Be patient. It’s not very tricky but don’t go too fast. Rush is your worst enemy. Fold back your sewing value of your fake leather and your lining and glue them with a textile glue. It will be much easier to close your corset later. Do the same on the seams inside. When you’ll sew the two part together it will never move. At the end of the piece n°4 I added a “droit fil” to stiffen the place where the eyelets will be. And I sewed the end of the piece n°4. Hollow out the corners and recover the fabric with “the ball ” of the pin not with the tip. It’s time to do your slide channel for your buns. This part can be very tricky if you don’t have the right crowbar. Fot the fake leather I advise you a double foot training or in teflon. It will be more easier that a classic one. With a classic foot your fabric will be trained, it will make some folds and it will be ugly. Yeahhhh it was my problem. So if you want a nice result don’t hesitate to invest in the adequate crowbar. To hold the two pieces together I pinned in the seam. Like this the fabric don’t move. Don’t pin directly on your fake leather or you will make some tiny holes. When your slide channel for your buns are done. Cut your buns, round off them and slip them on your channels. Put your pieces on edge and make a stitch with a double foot training to close the corset. As you can see with the double foot training the seams are very neat. I put some eyelets. Sorry I don’t film this part because I didn’t have the time. How put eyelets ? Take your fabric piece. Make a hole with a ” hole clamp”. Clean it. Take a scissors. Don’t do like me and don’t tear everything. Take you male eyelet and put it on the hole (héhéhéhé). Like this. Clean if it’s necessary (with a scissors). Take your female part and put it on the male part. Take your eyelet clamp and press. Tadaaaaa It was easy. Now lace your corset and it’s done ! I hope that this tuto was useful. If you like it give thumb up or leave a comment. If you have some questions ask me. You can join me on my social media and say to you see you. Byeeee.
Hi girls! Today I’m gonna show you a famous nail art design. You guessed it right; it is the double lace corset. It is an elegant design. That you can wear it to go to parties for exemple. You can make a lace corset in French manicure just like here. Or on the all nail. And you can vary the colors. And the forms. Let’s do it! First I have applied a dark beige base. Two coats and I let it dry. Then, I take a burgundy nail polish and I start making my corset straight with the varnish brush. I make two bands with a space in between That we will use to make the lace. Then I make the contours just like a French manicure. I’ll wait for it to dry to apply another coat so as to obtain a better opacity. Don’t worry if the contours are not well done. Since we will delineate them with small dots. Once dry, I will use a light gold varnish. Then with my dotting tool I will make the outline of my burgundy nail polish with small dots. Then with my dotting tool with white and black acrylic paint You can also do it with nail polish, it’s the same. I will make three dots on each side. If you have short nails, make less dots. And if you have longer nails, you can make more. Then with black paint, I will make small dots inside to make some kind of buttons. I let it dry. Then I will use a beige metallic varnish. With a fine brush, I start making the laces. I have chosen to make a corset with closed laces. So I have not done bows or undone laces. You will see how I do. You won’t see it well right now. I will make braces. I start with light beige and then I will use black to make the double laces. I make another coat over the gold varnish to make a shadow effect. As you can see in this illustration, I make an overcoat. And it’s done! Hope you liked this video. The products used in this video are on sale on www.manucure-beaute.com Nail art turorial : how to make a rose?
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hi everyone, I just started a new series of videos that will make you discover some of my guitar riffs, taken from my projects Sure, it will please the guitar lovers but it’s also something for curious people who want to know what my music is made of Let’s start today with a riff from the project called “Ombre et Lumière” the track is “Recréer le Monde” It’s not very difficult to play but the kind of jerky effect and the note progressions give it a certain groove that I love to play
Hello, this is David Wallimann with Arobas Music and today I’m going to show you how to connect your guitar to Guitar Pro 7.5 and using the line and functionality. Let’s get started. So why would you want to connect your instruments to Guitar Pro 7.5? Well, it has to do with the fact that Guitar Pro is much more than a software used to memorize new material. It’s a lot more than that. Guitar Pro is also a compositional tool and also an incredible backing track player. For instance, here we have Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody score, which is made of a lot of different tracks. Each of these tracks is made of its unique instrument that you can configure in the Inspector. Right here we’re using a Brian May signature sound, which is made of different pedals aimed to replicate the exact tone of Brian May on this record. These are all the different effects that have been carefully tweaked in order to get that unique sound that Brian has on this album. Now these presets, remember there are more than 700 presets available, these presets can also be used by your guitar. Now in order to benefit from the sounds of Guitar Pro 7.5, we’re going to need an external sound card. You might ask: why can’t you just plug your guitar straight into your computer? The connection might work, but you’re getting a lot of problems if you do that. An external sound card will fix those problems because with an external sound card, you’re gonna get a very clean signal, and most importantly, you will get very low latency. What is latency? Latency is the delay between what you’re playing and what you’re hearing. And you want that latency to be as low as possible. So an external sound card is essential for this. And we’re ready for a sound test! And we’re ready for a sound test! Great! If you’re hearing some background noise like you’re hearing right now, it means that the noise gate is too low and right now it’s all the way down. Don’t play anything, listen for the noise, and increase the noise gate until that noise disappears. Now if you have any issues with a sound if it doesn’t sound good, if you’re hearing clicks, pops, or any kind of weirdness, that can be fixed in the preferences. We are going to go into Guitar Pro 7: Menu>Preferences>Audio MIDI. Make sure that your sound card is correctly selected in the device, right now I’m using the standard interface, which is my sound card that is being used for the whole computer. And if you’re having issues with latency, you can fix those by changing the buffer size. Let’s recap. In order for you to use your instrument with Guitar Pro 7.5 you will need to use an external sound card. Make sure that sound card is recognized by Guitar Pro by going into the Guitar Pro menu>Preferences>Audio preferences. And third, make sure the line in is enabled. All right, let’s give this solo a try. Here we’re going to use a project that has been downloaded from MySongBook.com which includes tons of different projects compatible with Guitar Pro. I’m gonna make sure to be on the solo track because I want to benefit from the sounds that have been configured for that particular track. And then I’m going to mute this track in the Global View because I don’t want Guitar Pro to play the solo, I’m going to play the Solo. Let’s give that a try. Here’s a quick tip. The line in function also allows you to become a better player. We have a blues project loaded up here. I’m going to mute the electric guitar track because I’m going to be playing the solo over this chord progression. I can change the sound if I want but I like this one. This is the effect chain. You can tweak this if you’d like to. And because I’m working on my instrument, I’m going to show the scales. This can be done by going into Tools>Scales. I’m going to search for pentatonic options. Let’s try a blues pentatonic over this. We are in the key of A, so I’m going to select A for my root, and here’s my scale. The fretboard is resizable. I’m going to place it right here, and I’m ready to jam along using the fretboard as a visual guide to find new ideas on my instrument. The line in function is such an incredible feature. It allows you to jam with Guitar Pro projects. It also allows you to learn about tone because now you can use the signal chain with all those presets, tweak those sounds in real time as you’re playing. It allows you to get better at your instrument. It really opens a lot of new doors. Thanks so much for watching this video, I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you learned something new. And if you have not yet discovered Guitar Pro 7.5, download the free demo. It’s available right now on the website. Thanks for watching. I’ll see you soon.