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How To: Make your own non-toxic flea killer

Educational Specialist, Jennifer Taggard shows her viewers a very easy and accurate process to making non-toxic flea killer. This flea killer will not harm children in a household or any dog being treated. To make the flea killer, 1/2 of a cup of baking soda and half of a teaspoon of orange essential oil was used. The two ingredients were mixed together and simply applied and rubbed into the dog.

How To: Mirror geometry in Zbrush

This software tutorial shows you how to mirror geometry when modeling in Zbrush. This is a more non-organic method of sculpting in Zbrush but it allows you to duplicate details on both sides of an object without having to redo the details. Learn how to mirror geometry in sections using masks, and how to make sure the seams line up and keep your scuply accurate in Zbrush.

How To: Integrate photographs into modo 302

This 3D software tutorial shows you how to integrate photographs into your 3D workflow in modo 302. There are some subtle controls for properly working with image or photographic content inside modo. This video will explain how to properly use an image as a camera projected plate in modo 302 with a result that is pin registered and pixel accurate to the original source image.

How To: Begin figure drawing

Use everything you've ever learned about drawing inanimate objects to draw the human figure. You will need to use efficient lines and accurate perspective to draw a number of basic shapes that will come together in the shape of a human body. Watch this instructional drawing video to begin drawing figures in perspective. Even if you are not an expert at anatomy, you can calculate what simple shapes look like in perspective and carve back into the basic forms.

How To: Make an accurate boomerang

In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to make an accurate boomerang. Material required are 4-6mm thick ply wood or hard board or paper-mache, saw and some spray paint. Search for and download boomerang plans from the internet. The boomerang has three protrusions or handles equally spaced with each protrusion being 14cm long and the diameter of the circle at their ends being 4.5cm. Trace the plan on the plywood and cut it out with a ‘U’ shaped saw. Next draw out the line for ...

How To: Use a digital caliper to measure body fat

A digital caliper is a good way to keep track of your body fat. With a caliper, you can measure body fat and keep track of your new diet or workout routine. This way, you will know the difference between muscle and fat, and not have to rely as much on the scale. A digital caliper is great in the sense that it is able to take an accurate reading in seconds, give you a clear output and beep when it is ready. A digital caliper can also be programmed with your personal gender and other informatio...

How To: Optimize SQL performance

Gain insight into best practices for SQL Server optimization and ways to alleviate many root causes that can impact performance of your SQL Server database. Kevin also will discuss how to manage for planned and unplanned changes, speed time to implementation of your applications and ensure that your databases are running as they should.

How To: Customize white balance & temperature for perfectly colored photos & videos

Has white balance always been a problem in your photographs? Getting the perfect color in your photos is tricky business, even on digital cameras. This video will give you the ultimate information on customizing the white balance and color temperature for your film, video footage and pictures. Ritwika teaches how to obtain accurate color balance using various custom white balance techniques.

How To: Calibrate a monitor

If you do any sort of graphic design, photo or video post-production work, it's imperative that your monitor display colors in an accurate, predictable manner. One way to ensure that this is so is through a color-managed workflow. This video tutorial will teach you how to use monitor color calibration & management.

How To: Make a graffiti paint marker

In this tutorial, learn how to make paint for a graffiti style paint marker. This can be done with paint you have left over in your house and a bit of rubbing alcohol. Using a paint marker allows you to draw much more accurate and detailed graffiti. Throw a little ink into the mix and make your own custom colors so you can leave your mark all over town.

How To: Make a duct tape dress form

This how-to video covers the steps for making an exact double of your body out of duct tape to use as a dress form. Many commercial dress forms don't adjust to body types, and nothing will ever be as accurate as your own precise dimensions. All you need is duct tape, poly fill, and a friend with scissors to liberate you. Watch this video fashion design tutorial and learn how to build a cheap duct tape dress form.

How To: Get exact measurements with a tape measure

In this how-to video, Ron Hazelton, do-it-yourself expert, shows you how to get exact measurements with a tape measure, even when the tape measure "rolls" to an inside corner. Quick and accurate measurements will make any home improvement go faster, and turn out better. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to get exact measurements with a tape measurement.

How To: Use Projection Master in Zbrush

This 3D modeling software tutorial shows you how to work with the Projection Master tools in Zbrush. You will learn how to work with proper UV textures and UV mapping as well as how to properly project textures on a model using projection master. This will give your Zbrush model fairly crisp and accurate textures without blurred edges, as you may get from other projection mapping methods.

How To: Draw portrait in chalk pastels

Watch this instructional drawing video to draw a portrait from a photograph in chalk pastels. First draw the outline and fill in a basic skin tone. Build up color and tone by adding layers of pastel, working from light to dark. don't worry too much about blending until you have put down most of the color. Always pay close attention while drawing the eyes to make sure your portraits are accurate and convincing.

How To: Make a box with scalloped lid

This is a video tutorial on how to make a box with a scalloped lid. You will need a large piece of cardstock to craft this box. Use double stick tape to hold the joints of the box together. You might need a stenciling tool to make accurate cuts. You can use store bought or use recycled scraps of paper ad ribbon to decorate the outside of the box.

How To: Make a silicone mold

Watch this instructional video to make a one part silicone mold. Silicone molding is a simple and accurate process and will forgive many mistakes. You can actually smooth the silicone onto your object as it dries.

How To: Use the select tool in Google SketchUp

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to use the select tool in Google SketchUp. Making good selections in SketchUp is crucial in properly using the other tools available in this 3 Dimensional modeling program. This tutorial covers the basic selections, window selections, modifier keys to add to and subtract from your selection, and tips for accurate and quick selection sets.

How To: Use boolean operations in Inkscape

In this software tutorial you will learn how to use boolean operations in Inkscape to combine or remove two shapes. Boolean operations are an important part of modeling in 2D or 3D and give you a way to make fast and accurate shapes. So watch and learn how to work with booleans in Inkscape.

How To: Make wonton soup

One translation of “wonton” means “swallowing clouds” and has always been one of my favorite all-time food translations (and properly made a very accurate one). Chef John is having the family over today and wonton soup is on the menu! He will be doing it with ground turkey instead of the pork you’ll see in the recipe clip.

How To: Make a magical toilet roll

You can learn how to make a magical magnetic toilet roll. To do this, you need a paper roll, a piece of paper, glue, and scissors. You cut the roll into two pieces, connect the roll to the piece of paper, and mark the middle gap to make inserting the third stripe more accurate.

Sorting (Part 3.0): Insertion Sort

Note: a bug was found in the Insertion Sort implementations. The bug was corrected in each language. Please refer to the pastebin links for the most up-to-date versions of the sample code. Any screenshots may be behind. More about the bug can be found here.