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A short documentary about the recording of the Gotye album Making Mirrors Official Gotye Store: 🤍 🤍 Directed by James Bryans and Wally De Backer Filmed and edited by James Bryans between January 2010 and July 2011, on the Mornington Peninsula, VIC, Australia
MIRRORS | How It's Made Speaking of the history of Mirrors, China, Greece and Rome have recorded the use of polished metal to make mirrors. To be precise, the Venetians first invented the "glass mirror" in the early 14th century. After that, they applied the alloy of tin and mercury to the back of the glass to obtain a clearer mirror surface. As a result, this is the prototype of the "modern mirror". Afterwards, Venice listed the manufacturing process of the mirror as top-secret. Nobody really knew how to make mirrors until many years later. Hey guys, welcome to another very exciting video from our channel, How It’s Made. Before jumping into the video, if you are new here, please consider subscribing to our channel. Also, hit the bell icon to get a notification whenever we upload a new video! That said, let’s begin! It was not until 1664 that the French Minister of Finance Colbert managed to introduce the secret of this craft into France, and Venice's monopoly that had been maintained for more than 150 years came to an end. The clear and bright mirror we are using now was improved by a German chemist in 1835, using silver-plated glass as a coating. Indeed, the mirror has a long history and it was discovered almost at the same time as human beings. As early as in ancient times, ape-man learned to use water as a mirror to sort out self-monitoring. Precisely, the Chinese traditional mirrors have more profound cultural connotations. Types of Mirrors Water mirror Human beings used the natural water surface like a mirror. The calm pool, water-filled rocks and containers are the earliest prototypes of mirrors. The calm water surface showing one's reflection was considered the water mirror. Obsidian Mirror Back in 8,000 BC. Obsidian is produced by active volcanoes and was originally used to make pottery and arrows in Kenya. It is speculated whether this stone has been polished a lot to produce beautiful reflections. This gave us the first mirror in the world! The problem with using obsidian is that it is too heavy. It is usually not made into a big piece, but a small ornament for the rich. Over the years, obsidian has been increasingly associated with black magic. Bronze mirror Okay, let's fast forward a bit now. Between 3,000 and 2,000, we humans began to use mirrors made of bronze. China and Egypt were the first to join this new trend-making mirrors with flat bronze discs. The handle of the bronze mirror is usually made of wood, metal or ivory, so it is more suitable as a hand-held mirror. However, just like obsidian mirrors, unless you have a lot of money, they are usually made on the smaller side. One of the best examples of bronze mirrors is the Lighthouse of Alexandria in 280 BC. There is a huge arc-shaped mirror in the centre that can reflect firelight. This reflection looks like a beam of light and helps guide people at sea back to a safe place. Money may not buy happiness, but it can indeed buy lighthouses with fancy mirrors! Mercury mirror Okay, now is the time to fast forward a few thousand years. Imagine Italy in the 15th-16th centuries. Well, specifically, we are going to talk about Murano in Venice. Now I need you to imagine an ordinary mirror, but it is better-mirrors are designed so intricately and beautifully that at first, they were only used by royalty and nobles. Sounds great, right? Although they are beautiful and made of glass, they are coated with mercury. As we all know, mercury is a toxic substance and should not be used every day. So, they are moving in the right direction, but there is still a long way to go! Soon after, mirrors began to be used for scientific purposes. In the 1700s, mirrors were used to build the first reflecting telescope-but mirrors are still considered a luxury. SilverMirror and Aluminium Mirror Now we are moving towards modern mirrors. It only took a few thousand years, but I think we did it this time. In 1835, Justus Von Liebig began to coat glass with silver instead of mercury, creating the silver plating process we still use today. The glass itself is not very reflective, so it needs some kind of metal coating to make the object visible. As an effortlessly polished and fairly strong material, glass is the perfect choice for making mirrors! The silver is boiled into a liquid, and then a thin, uniform coating is applied to the glass. You can also spray liquid silver onto the glass, depending on the tools available. After the silver plating process, the mirror is covered with a protective coating to avoid debris in the reflection, and then polished. #howitsmade #factory #mirror
From the album Making Mirrors Official Gotye Store: 🤍 🤍 Produced by Wally De Backer Mixed by Francois Tetaz at Moose Mastering, VIC, Australia Dreamt of a doorway That opened to everything And I'm reaching towards it Drifting backwards Drawing the curtains Windows inside my head Maybe I'm only making mirrors
Aranmula kannadi is a sacred mirror made only in the Indian town of Aranmula. The formula for the reflective alloy has been kept secret for centuries. Sudhammal J and her family work 10-hour days handcrafting these distortion-free mirrors, all to carry on a family legacy. For more information, visit: 🤍 MORE STILL STANDING VIDEOS: Ukrainian Mountain Weavers Refuse To Surrender Their Traditions In War Or Peace | Still Standing 🤍 How Women Kept A 3,000-Year-Old Pottery Tradition Alive In Tunisia | Still Standing 🤍 How One Town Keeps A 5,000-Year-Old Ajrak Tradition Alive In Pakistan | Still Standing 🤍 #Mirror #StillStanding #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 Only A Few Families Know The Secret To Making This Perfect Mirror | Still Standing
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The official music video for “Somebody That I Used To Know” by Gotye, featuring Kimbra. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the song here: 🤍 Music video by Natasha Pincus 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Video credits: Directed, produced and edited by Natasha Pincus Body art by Emma Hack Cinematographer and colourist: Warwick Field Scenic artist: Howard Clark Key grip: Rob Hansford Assistants: Rose Cidoni, Claire Leighton, Rob Murray Original artwork by Frank De Backer Music credits: Produced by Wally De Backer Mixed by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Wally at Moose Mastering, Richmond, VIC Bass recorded by Wally in Lucas Taranto's loungeroom, Melbourne, VIC All other sounds put together by Wally in The Barn, Merricks, VIC Bass guitar: Lucas Taranto Lead and backing vocals: Kimbra Guitar, flutes, percussion and synth samples, lead and backing vocals: Wally Contains a sample of the recording Seville as performed by Luiz Bonfa. Courtesy of Geffen Records, under license from Universal Music Enterprises. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Written by Luiz Bonfa and published by Sasqua Music. Used by permission. LYRICS Now and then I think of when we were together Like when you said you felt so happy you could die Told myself that you were right for me But felt so lonely in your company But that was love and it's an ache I still remember You can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness Like resignation to the end Always the end So when we found that we could not make sense Well you said that we would still be friends But I'll admit that I was glad that it was over But you didn't have to cut me off Make out like it never happened And that we were nothing And I don't even need your love But you treat me like a stranger And that feels so rough You didn't have to stoop so low Have your friends collect your records And then change your number I guess that I don't need that though Now you're just somebody that I used to know Now and then I think of all the times you screwed me over But had me believing it was always something that I'd done And I don't wanna live that way Reading into every word you say You said that you could let it go And I wouldn't catch you hung up on somebody that you used to know... But you didn't have to cut me off Make out like it never happened And that we were nothing And I don't even need your love But you treat me like a stranger And that feels so rough You didn't have to stoop so low Have your friends collect your records And then change your number I guess that I don't need that though Now you're just somebody that I used to know I used to know That I used to know Somebody... *
Music video for “Smoke and Mirrors” by Gotye. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the album here: 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Video Credits: Visuals directed and animated by Lucinda Schreiber 🤍 Music credits: Produced by Wally De Backer Additional production by Francois Tetaz Mixed by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Andy Stewart and Wally at The Mill, Gippsland, VIC Organ, bass, brass, synth, drums and percussion samples, lead and backing vocals by Wally Contains samples of Play It Cool as performed by Atlas. Licensed courtesy of Bellaphon Records and Bellver Music LYRICS You're a fraud and you know it But it's too good to throw it all away Anyone would do the same You've got 'em going And you're careful not to show it Sometimes you even fool yourself a bit It's like magic But it's always been a smoke and mirrors game Anyone would do the same So now that you've arrived well you wonder What is it that you've done to make the grade And should you do the same? (Is that too easy?) Are you only trying to please them Will they see then- You're desperate to deliver Anything that could give you A sense of reassurance When you look in the mirror Such highs and lows You put on quite a show All these highs and lows And you're never really sure What you do it for Well do you even want to know? You put on quite a show Mother Are you watching? You're a fraud and you know it And every night and day you take the stage And it always entertains You're giving pleasure And that's admirable you tell yourself And so you'd gladly sell yourself To others Mother Are you watching? Such highs and lows You put on quite a show All these highs and lows And you're never really sure What you do it for Well do you even want to know? Yeah you put on quite a show
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A short documentary film about the making of the Gotye song Eyes Wide Open. Official Gotye Store: 🤍 🤍 Filmed and edited by James Bryans (🤍jamesbryans.com) The Winton Musical Fence designed and constructed by Graeme Leak (🤍graemeleak.com)
The official music video for “Easy Way Out” by Gotye. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the album here: 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Video credits: Director: Darcy Prendergast 🤍ohyeahwow.com Directors of Photography: Andrew Goldsmith & Jeremy Blode VFX Director: Andrew Goldsmith Animators: Darcy Prendergast, Seamus Spilsbury Assistant Animators: Josh Thomas, Jeremy Blode, Michael Greaney, Sam Lewis, Andrew Goldsmith Costume: Paige Prendergast Lighting: Shelley Farthing-Dawe, Andrew Goldsmith, Jeremy Blode Motion Control: Glenn Anderson Art Direction: Darcy Prendergast Editor & Colourist: Andrew Goldsmith Rotoscoping: Andrew Goldsmith, Josh Thomas Sound: Ben Matthews Model Makers: Michael Greaney, Josh Thomas, Benjamin Aguesse Set Builders: Seamus Spillsbury, David Pennay, Cody Sevedge, Benjamin Aguesse, Wes Starr, Jeremy Blode Production Manager: Nicky Pastore Cardboard Flame Painters: Fiona Dalwood, Shaun Stares, Nora Juncker, Giulia Sandri, James Bailey Music credits: Produced by Wally De Backer Mixing and additional production by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Andy Stewart and Wally at The Mill, Gippsland, VIC Bass guitar: Lucas Taranto Drums, percussion, guitar and orchestra samples, lead and backing vocals: Wally Contains samples from Echoette as performed by Buddy Merrill. Licensed courtesy of Accent Records LYRICS Seventeen seconds and I'm over it Ready for the disconnect Putting on a brave face Trying not to listen to the voices in the back of my head (But it's alright now) It's a distant memory baby (It's alright now) You know you should just let it go But some feelings have a habit of persisting even though you wouldn't let it show Wearing me out (All this) Hanging around (It just starts) Getting me down ('till I'm just) Looking for an easy way out Braindead from boredom I'm led to distraction Scratching the surface of life Nothing really happens But it's easy to keep busy When you tell yourself you're traveling right (But it's alright now) Was it really worth it baby? (It's alright now) Was it just a waste of time? Keep on second-guessing Use my memory like a weapon On everything I try
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Today we will be doing a demonstration of the Tollen's test and use it to make a silver mirror. The Tollen's test is mainly used to identify aldehyde groups (forms a silver mirror) and it was historically used a lot. It was slowly replaced with more accurate and better techniques. However, it is still very useful for hobbyist who can't afford big expensive machines. The silver mirror is kind of an off-shoot of the Tollen test, where all we are after is the mirror that forms. We use glucose because it is a cheap and easy aldehyde source. In the future, I might make a video where I identify an uknown chemical using a series of classic techniques. Silver nitrate video: 🤍 Nile talks about lab safety: 🤍 - • NileRed Store: 🤍 • Patreon: 🤍 • NileRed Newsletter: 🤍 - • Discord: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • Snapchat: 🤍 • TikTok: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 -
Official Gotye Store: 🤍 🤍 A preview of the Gotye record Making Mirrors, released August 19, 2011. Filmed and edited by James Bryans, directed by James Bryans and Wally De Backer Features snippets of the following: Making Making Mirrors documentary Filmed and edited by James Bryans between January 2010 and June 2011 on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Directed by James Bryans and Wally De Backer Somebody That I Used to Know film clip Directed, produced and edited by Natasha Pincus Guest appearance by Kimbra Body art by Emma Hack Cinematographer and colourist: Warwick Field Scenic artist: Howard Clark Key grip: Rob Hansford Assistants: Rose Cidoni, Claire Leighton, Rob Murray Original artwork by Frank De Backer Bronte film clip Directed and animated by Ari Gibson of Mechanical Apple
Official audio for “Smoke And Mirrors” by Gotye. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the album here: 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Produced by Wally De Backer Additional production by Francois Tetaz Mixed by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Andy Stewart and Wally at The Mill, Gippsland, VIC, Australia Organ, bass, brass, synth, drums and percussion samples, lead and backing vocals by Wally Contains samples of Play It Cool, as performed by Atlas Licensed courtesy of Bellaphon Records and Bellver Music LYRICS You're a fraud and you know it But it's too good to throw it all away Anyone would do the same You've got 'em going And you're careful not to show it Sometimes you even fool yourself a bit It's like magic But it's always been a smoke and mirrors game Anyone would do the same So now that you've arrived well you wonder What is it that you've done to make the grade And should you do the same? (Is that too easy?) Are you only trying to please them Will they see then- You're desperate to deliver Anything that could give you A sense of reassurance When you look in the mirror Such highs and lows You put on quite a show All these highs and lows And you're never really sure What you do it for Well do you even want to know? You put on quite a show (Mother) Are you watching? Are you watching? (Mother) (Mother) Are you watching? You're a fraud and you know it And every night and day you take the stage And it always entertains You're giving pleasure And that's admirable you tell yourself And so you'd gladly sell yourself To others (Mother) Are you watching? (Mother) Are you watching? Are you watching? Such highs and lows You put on quite a show All these highs and lows And you're never really sure What you do it for Well do you even want to know? Yeah you put on quite a show
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The official music video for “State Of The Art” by Gotye. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the album here: 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Video credits: Directed and animated by Greg Sharp & Ivan Dixon at Rubber House 🤍 Music credits: Produced by Wally De Backer Mixed by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Wally at Moose Mastering, Richmond, VIC, Australia Lowrey Cotillion choir, banjo, Genie Bass, custom flute presets, diapason, Orchestral Symphonizer, Magic Swing Piano, drums, percussion, bass, guitar and synth samples, lead and backing vocals by Wally Contains samples of Green Is the Mountain as performed by Frances Yip. Used courtesy of EMI Music Australia Pty Ltd LYRICS When the Cotillion arrived We threw out the television Model D 575 Has custom flute presets And Harmony-Plus in addition Now for an arm and a leg We get three half-dozen beats to choose from So now we can pretend That there's an orchestra in the loungeroom I put the Genie Bass on So my left hand can play the choir With 16ft Diapason And Lowrey's patented Orchestral Symphonizer Banjo's great on repeat The kids want to play but they'll have to be patient The wife can't help tapping her feet It's a genuine home entertainment revelation State of the art (Hold the phone, it's so) State of the art [Listen to the difference!] (Oh my god, it's so) State of the art [By use of a computer] State of the art Now we don't want to go out When we could spend the night at home with the Cotillion Invite the neighbours around Start the bossanova beat and limbo from the living to the kitchen Enjoy the state of the art The Magic Swing Piano really is astounding Now we can't tell them apart But these amazing simulations end up sounding even better than the real thing State of the art (Hold the phone, it's so) [Computer controlled tone colour] State of the art [The marriage of music to computers is quite natural] (Oh my god, it's so) State of the art [It is time to hear the results]
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High End DIY Mirrors (making upscale-inspired dupes) Today's video is all about DIY wall mirrors! I am creating dupes of some high end mirrors for way less. Full tutorial on how to make a vintage-style gold mirror, an Anthropologie / Lemieux et Cie mirror, and a distressed mirror inspired by ones found at Pottery Barn or RH. Let me know your favorite project! FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍casa_refined JOIN MY MAILING LIST: 🤍 - AESTHETIC WALL MIRROR FINDS: 🤍 SUPPLIES USED: links coming soon! - CHECK OUT THESE VIDEOS: Modern IKEA Hacks - 🤍 Home Decor Updates (at home) - 🤍 Home Design Trends That SHOULD STAY - 🤍 Dollar Tree DIYs - 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍casa_refined Pinterest: 🤍 Website: 🤍 LTK: 🤍 - MY FILMING EQUIPMENT Video Camera - 🤍 Photography Camera - 🤍 SD Card - 🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Microphone - 🤍 Studio Lighting - 🤍 STAY IN TOUCH : Business inquires: contact🤍casarefined.com Subscriber questions: hello🤍casarefined.com _ This video is not sponsored. Some links may be affiliate links and I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting the channel!
Metallic materials such as aluminum coating are used while manufacturing mirrors nowadays. But you can also make your own mirror at home with just some chemicals like silver nitrate and sodium hydroxide and glass without using special equipment. If you want to learn more about the chemistry behind this process watch our video. 🚫 Please take precautions when using these chemicals! and get more info from Dave Smith. Mirror Artist: 🤍davesmithartist 🎥 🤍dannycooke To get the latest science and technology news, subscribe to our newsletter “The Blueprint” at 🤍
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Time-lapse creation of the first of seven mirrors for the Giant Magellan Telescope. The Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab at the University of Arizona makes the largest, most precise mirrors for telescopes across the globe.
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Daniel Rozin, Artist and Professor, Interactive Telecommunications Program, NYU, makes mechanical "mirrors" out of uncommon objects that mimic the viewer's movements and form. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: 🤍 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. How This Guy Makes Amazing Mechanical Mirrors | Obsessed | WIRED
Beneath the University of Arizona football stadium sits the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab. There, giant mirrors are meticulously shaped and polished, to be used in telescopes around the world that are helping unravel the mysteries of the universe. The time-consuming production process requires that each mirror's surface be polished down to a billionth of a meter. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Read more about how telescope mirrors help us explore the universe: 🤍 SENIOR PRODUCER: Jeff Hertrick PRODUCER: John de Dios ASSISTANT PRODUCER: Hannah Bergeron Go Inside a Telescope Mirror Factory | To a Billionth of a Meter 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
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I tried to use stainless steel to make the mirror. The polishing process is not very complicated, but the effect is very good!
After a bit of a hiatus, AlphaPhoenix is live again! In this video I print some parts, coat them in resin, and chemically silver that resin surface, making a first-surface mirror akin to telescope optics but MUCH less precise. (also I use said silvering process to make a play button with actual silver!) Hope you enjoy the classic story of scientific failure and iteration, and maybe learn something about mirrors while you're here! If anybody is curious to try this themselves, this is very much not a sponsored video, but I was using Smooth-On's XTC-3D as my smoothing agent and Angel Guilding's Spray-Silvering chemicals to deposit the silver. if anybody knows more about these products that might explain some of the difficulties I've had, I'd be all ears! Technique loosely based on this very interesting paper from Vaidya and Solgaard: 🤍 Music Credits, etc.: I Dunno by grapes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 🤍 Arcadia - Wonders by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Till With Bell.wav from Benboncan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license Arecibo Telescope picture - David Broad
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In today's episode we are going to build a simple little mirror frame. Grab your saw, grab your drill and LETS BUILD! Follow me on instagram 🤍wildrosediy!
The official music video for “Eyes Wide Open” by Gotye. From the album Making Mirrors. Get the album here: 🤍 Official Gotye Store: 🤍 Follow Gotye online: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Gotye on YouTube: 🤍 Video credits: Production Company: pictureDRIFT Director: Brendan Cook Character Design & Animation: Darcy Prendergast 3D Design & Animation: Jeremy Bianco 2D Design and Compositing: Jeremy Bianco, Brendan Cook, Darryn Rogers Timelapse Photography: Enrique Pacheco, Nick Reygaert, Brendan Cook, Darryn Rogers Cinematography: David Wakeley, Enrique Pacheco Special Effects Makeup: Rachelle O'Donnell Music credits: Produced by Wally De Backer Additional production by Francois Tetaz Mixed by Francois Tetaz Assisted by Andy Stewart and Wally at The Mill, Gippsland, VIC Drums recorded by Francois Tetaz at Soundpark Studios, Northcote, VIC Cellos and bass recorded by Francois Tetaz at Moose Mastering, Richmond, VIC Pedal steel guitar recorded by Lachlan Carrick in the loungeroom of Matt Walker's house, Upwey, VIC The Winton Musical Fence (designed and constructed by Graeme Leak) recorded by Wally, Winton, QLD All other sounds collected, manipulated or recorded by Wally in The Barn, Merricks, VIC Mastered by William Bowden at King Willy Sound, Stanmore, NSW Performers: Whale Cellos: Gareth Skinner Poker Bass: Lucas Taranto Wasteland pedal steel guitar: Michael Hubbard Drums, Winton Musical Fence, sampled sounds, lead and backing vocals: Wally LYRICS So this is the end of the story Everything we had, everything we did Is buried in dust And this dust is all that's left of us But only a few ever worried Though the signs were clear, they had no idea You just get used to living in fear Or give up When you can't even picture your future We walk the plank with our eyes wide open... Some people offered up answers We made out like we heard, but they were only words They didn't add up To a change in the way we were living And the saddest thing- Is all of it could have been avoided But it was like to stop consuming is to stop being human And why would I make a change if you won't We're all in the same boat, staying afloat For the moment And we walk the plank with our eyes wide open, we.. Walk the plank with our eyes wide open With our eyes wide open we... Walk the plank, we walk the plank And that was the end of the story
देखिये शीशा कैसे तैयार किया जाता है ? | Mirror Making Process In Hindi shisha kis chij se banta hai mirror kaise banta hai glass ko mirror kaise banaye silver nitrate mirror today in this video see about mirror making process in hindi lots of people wants know about shisha kis chij se banta hai full explanation in hindi and mirror kaise banta hai The modern mirror is made by silvering, or spraying a thin layer of silver or aluminum onto the back of a sheet of glass. Justus Von Leibig invented the process in 1835, but most mirrors are made today by heating aluminum in a vacuum, which then bonds to the cooler glass Queries Solved :- mirror how its made how do mirrors work how to make mirror kanch kaise bnate h What materials are used to make a mirror? Beginning in the Middle Ages, the mirror began to resemble its present form. Craftsmen created mirrors by depositing thin layers of a reflective mixture of tin and mercury on glass. Today's mirrors are also glass, but with a thin backing of silver or aluminum. All Music :- Youtube Audio Library All Images :- Stock Free image sites Background Video :- 🤍 🤍 🤍 For Any Copyright Concerns Contact Us at vishal.kummmar🤍gmail.com We will act upon your query immediately Copyright Disclaimer Disclaimer - Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. I am not owner of any content which i used in my video all resource like picture or video from google or any other helpful site which help us to explain our video nicely or deeply so i credit to my all work to google or any other sites . if i used any other's content then i will definitely credit to him thanks i hope all owner understand to me if i used some content in my videos Thank You
Hey, guys! Today we are making a gorgeous paneled floor length full mirror using Walmart dorm room supplies! This project is so high-end! I've made many Pottery Barn Dupe videos over the years, and you have really enjoyed them. This is the perfect entryway mirror and even better to make a small space seem larger. The mirror I made was similar to the Eva Arch Windowpane Floor Mirror that is brand new to Pottery Barn. #doitonadime #walmart #dollartree 💙 Command Strips (you want to make sure to use the velcro ones for this!): 🤍 💙 Remote Control Puck lights: 🤍 ORIGINAL VIDEOS: 💙Pottery Eagan Mirror Rectangular DIY: 🤍 💙Pottery Barn Eagan Square Mirror DIY: 🤍 💙DIY pendant lighting hack (no skill required): 🤍 ➡️GET DOLLAR TREE PRODUCTS: 🤍 ➡️SHOP ITEMS I *LOVE* FROM VIDEOS: 🤍 ➡️ Cricut Starter Kit: Cricut Joy 🤍 Basic Tool Set 🤍 Vinyl Starter Kit 🤍 Want to save more money when you shop? These APPS ARE FREE! ➡️GET IBOTTA (Dollar Tree is on Ibotta with digital coupons): 🤍 ➡️GET RATUKEN- formerly Ebates- (Cash back from all your favorite stores with discounts and get $10 FREE using this link): 🤍 📝 BLOG: 🤍 📘 FACEBOOK: 🤍 📸 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ❤️ TIKTOK: 🤍 📌 PINTEREST: 🤍 Write me at: Kathryn "Doitonadime" P.O. Box 1436 Matthews, NC USA 28106-1436 Music by licensed by Epidemic Sound. FTC Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video. All opinions are genuinely my own. This post also contains affiliate links and I earn a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. It doesn't cost you any extra. Thank you for your continued support to keep Do It On A Dime going!
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Antique mirrors make for a great bit of set dressing for haunted attractions. They provide a sense of disrepair that can really make a space feel old and neglected. In this how to I'm going to show you how to antique a mirror in 5 minutes without sanding, scraping, or harmful chemicals. The best part is that you probably have all the materials you'll need. This is a great effect for replicating mercury glass, too! Thanks to Brandon Champlin for the suggestion to do this topic! BECOME A SUPPORTER! Do you enjoy our episodes? Do you want a behind the scenes look and more? Consider supporting us on Patreon and help us make even more tutorials! 🤍 OFFICIAL VANOAKS PROPS MERCH: 🤍 MATERIALS: Fine mist spray bottles - 🤍 Shop Towels - 🤍 PAINTS*: Flat Black Spray Paint - 🤍 SEE OUR PAST MATERIALS LISTS: 🤍amazon.com/shop/vanoaksprops INSTAGRAM: 🤍vanoakscemetery / 🤍vanoaksprops FACEBOOK: 🤍vanoakscemetery DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description may be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service via the links provided above I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you and it helps to support this channel! #Halloween #tutorial #halloweenhowto #VanOaksCemetery #VanOaksProps