A trunk or chest is a popular piece of furniture for storing large or bulky items, clothes, towels or anything else that is used regularly but needs to be stored somewhere safe and out of the way when not in use. You can build a trunk using basic materials inside of a day and it will last for many years.
Building an exposed wood sofa involves creating a rigid wooden frame from pieces of solid wood. This can then be lined with plywood or other hard woods, to form the basis of the support for the soft cushions the user will actually sit on.
A washing machine pedestal raises the door on a front-loading washing machine to a height that makes the machine easier to use for the elderly and infirm, due to them not having to bend down as far.
Revolving doors reduce the amount of heat, or air cooled by an air conditioning system, that is able to escape from a building while maintaining the potential for a constant flow of people.
Building a fireplace surround, be it a simple or complex surround you are forming, works on the standard principles of building a frame and covering the frame over to form the visible surface of the surround.
Webcomics need characters. The reader is going to need someone to focus on and associate with when they read your work.
Colour can make or break a comic. It adds an extra level to an otherwise flat and dull comic; even making more readers take interest.
What separates good art from great art is a sense of depth to the image. Shading adds tangibility to the image, and makes it look more natural.
The greatest comics in the world will generally have three things in common: an excellent script, excellent artwork, and excellent lettering.
It’s Victorian England, 1889, and London is still reeling from the aftermath of Jack the Ripper.