DIY : La Sardina Comic Case

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In this Tipster you’ll find an easy way to create a plastic customized case for your La Sardina Camera

Hello :)

I saw some DIY posts about Camera Cases and I decided to share my La Sardina Comic Case.

For following this DIY you will need :

  • Scissors;
  • Old Comic pages
  • Ruler
  • Transparent adhesive paper
  • Card Paper
  • Needle and thread.

To start , you need to know the mesures so you can be sure that the size won’t be too big or too small :

Next , cut the card paper in the shapes for do the cage:

Then , glue the comic page paper to your card and then put the transparent paper on it.

Glue it all together and you’ll have something like his :

If you want , use the same technique to do another cage for the flash colors or whatever you need.
You can also reforce your cage with needle and thread in the edges.

Hope you liked it :)

written by analourenco on 2012-09-18 #gear #tutorials #quickie-tipster #comic #plastic #select-type-of-tipster #la-sardina #customized #diy #easy #do-it-yourself #handicraft #select-what-this-tipster-is-about #tipster #case #lomography

5 Comments

  1. kiteflyin
    kiteflyin ·

    Love this!

  2. analourenco
    analourenco ·

    Thank you :)

  3. bebopbebop
    bebopbebop ·

    Love the sketch :)

  4. analourenco
    analourenco ·

    Thanks :p

  5. anamachado
    anamachado ·

    Awsome!

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