Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'tutorial'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • A Users Guide to TamaTalk
  • News
    • News and Announcements
    • Comments and Rumors
  • Tamagotchi Help
    • Tamagotchi Tips and Tricks
    • Tamagotchi Apps, TamaTown , e-Tamago and Codes
    • Help For Tamagotchi Owners
    • Seriously Tamagotchi
  • Tamagotchi General
    • What's On Your Mind?
    • Tamagotchi Logs
    • Group Hatchings
    • Tamagotchi Memorial
    • TamaTalk Reference Section
    • Tamagotchi Warnings
    • Virtual Pets - General
  • Fun Stuff
    • Stories
    • Fun Stuff - General
  • (non)TamaTalk
    • Stuff We Play
    • Stuff We Read
    • Stuff We Write
    • Stuff We Watch
    • Stuff We Listen To
    • (Non)TamaTalk - General
  • General
  • TamaTalk Guides Team Area
  • Admin Area
  • Sample Club's Topics
  • Tamagotchi Mix n Meets's General Club Chat
  • Tamagotchi Gen 1 (2018 too!)'s General
  • Tamagotchi Gen 1 (2018 too!)'s Help
  • Tamagotchi Gen 1 (2018 too!)'s Sugestions for club
  • Tamagotchi Gen 1 (2018 too!)'s Announcements
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's Discussion
  • RPG Maker club!'s Help
  • RPG Maker club!'s FUN
  • The Annoying Ones that Doesnt Obey Jesus...'s Obey Jesus PLS?
  • ☼♥Tama Phoenix♥☼'s Feels, Mood and Chit Chat
  • ☼♥Tama Phoenix♥☼'s Tamagotchi Fan Art
  • The TamaTalk Triplets Club's Topics
  • The Tamatalk Sector's Topics
  • Swift Tama Club's Announcements
  • Swift Tama Club's Memorial
  • Swift Tama Club's Voting
  • Swift Tama Club's Help
  • Swift Tama Club's Tama Help
  • Character club's General
  • Character club's Chat
  • Character club's What is your fav tamagotchi character?
  • talk and tips!'s Im back!
  • talk and tips!'s TAMA TALK FOR MOST NEW USERS!!!
  • The magic version club's Do you enjoy Tamagotchi magic versions?
  • Tamagotchi club's Tamagotchi

Calendars

  • Sample Club's Events
  • Tamagotchi Gen 1 (2018 too!)'s Events
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's JoJo's Bizarre Events Calendar
  • The TamaTalk Triplets Club's Events
  • The Tamatalk Sector's Events
  • Swift Tama Club's Calender

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Location


Interests


My Collection


Favorite Tamagotchi


Favorite Tamagotchi Character


Tamagotchis currently running


Website URL


Jabber


Skype

Found 4 results

  1. A while ago, I bought 2 used Tamagotchi Connections at a pawn shop. They worked just fine, but the battery cover screw was corroded in both of them: I searched the internet for ways to remove the corrosion. Some people would even use ketchup, but the most effective way was letting the screws sit in vinegar, then using a toothbrush to remove the rest of the corrosion, and finally cleaning them with alcohol. However, due to me being busy with school, a year passed and I still hadn't tried cleaning the screws, until a few days ago when I had some spare time and decided to try it out. I thought, why not demonstrate the whole process on TamaTalk to help people out? First, I removed the screws from the battery covers. Tamagotchi Connection battery covers have some sort of retainer that keeps the screw from falling out. To remove the screw, I had to hold the retainer using my fingernail, then pull on the screw while twisting it counterclockwise. Now, both the screw and the retainer came out. The retainer was also a bit corroded, as well as the screw hole in the battery cover. I cleaned those with alcohol. Now, the fun part. I let the screws sit in apple cider vinegar for around 30 minutes. Then, I scrubbed them with a toothbrush several times. Both the screws came out looking way better, but one of them still had some ugly black marks where the corrosion was. As a last resort, I sandpapered it. I have no idea what the exact grit of the sandpaper was, but eyeing it, it seemed to be around ~200 grit. This improved the appearance of the screw drastically. Here are the results! Comparing it to a non-corroded screw of another tama, the finish looks less shiny. But it's a lot better than a corroded screw! I hope this tutorial was easy to understand! If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
  2. Supplies: clay of your choice V-pet of your choice Plastic bag or cling wrap paints, gems, charms, ect. (optional) Lets get started! ੭•̀ω•́)੭̸*✩⁺˚ To begin, gather up all your supplies. I used what I could find laying around my house. That being: Sculpey III, a V4.5, and a plastic sandwich bag. Sculpey can be hard to deal with, you will need to kneed it quite a bit. First! You’ll need to mold your clay into a ball, I used quite a bit so I could rest larger v-pets in it if I wanted to later. After its been molded into a ball, you’ll then lay your plastic piece over the sphere and gently press your v-pet into it. From here, you can mold the back, front, sides, or any combination of those for some added support if you’d like. Next, you’ll take off the v-pet along with the plastic wrap and smooth out any wrinkles, dents, scratches- whatever ya got- until it’s smooth again. Pop your v-pet in again to make sure you like how it fits still. You’ll want to make sure the bottom is flat, so it won’t roll around or wiggle, you want it to be sturdy! From here, you can add any extra clay details, I added some little wings and hearts to mine 。・:*:・゚★,。・:*:・゚☆ Finally, pop it in the oven or let it dry! Once it’s cooled and/or hardened you can get to painting it and adding on charms, paints, gems and any other sort of detail you wish. AAAAND all done!! Tips and tricks: Sculpey and most baked clays like Fimo can get pretty heavy, putting a felt piece under it might help so you don’t scratch furniture! “kids clays” like crayola model magic are cheap, light, and come in lots of colors, but aren’t as durable. if you decide to paint your cradle, put down a white primer. Especially on darker colored clays. it also might be a good idea to use a spray varnish to prevent chipping or flaking. Be creative! This tutorial can serve as a simple base to many other fun designs! In closing: I hope the tutorial worked out for you, good luck and if you have any questions I’d love to help! ~ Miau
  3. Hey guys. So ive been looking to learn how to crochet cases for tamagotchis for a while now. Got me some hooks and yarn and i've had a play, but was wondering if there was any good tutorials online, maybe pinterest or on a forum that would help me to get the shape for the case. Don't really know what to search on google to be honest and 'tamagotchi case crochet tutorial' turned up nothing. Just anything that might help me learn, i mean i can do the basic stitch and ive made my last case using thick yarn and a big hook and i just added another stitch before i hooked through each hole {I dont know the terminology so i do apologise} and then to close the outer edge i just stitched every second or third hole till it made a nice basket shape. But i want to do some thinner cases using thinner yarn and i wont be able to get away with any bad stitches on this one because you'll be able to see. I've put a picture on my log of the ones i've been making with thick yarn, i can kinda hide any mistakes on that one quite easily. Urgh, i really want to learn it but i just dont know where to start with it all lol