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How To: Paint the hood of Axon racing razorback racer

This video is on how to paint the hood of the axon racing razorback anti gravity racer and how to do some basic effects. I use the liquid masking method of Bob Dively and show how to use airbrushes such as Iwata in my other how to paint video. You can use this method with any paint from pactra to spaz stix and any color of black, blue, purple, green, yellow, silver, chrome, etc. I personally prefer Pro line (or proline) shells over their durability but there are other shells out there. Just e...

How To: Make a Bigfoot costume for film or Halloween

This fun video shows you how to make an inexpensive Bigfoot costume for Halloween. You will need an old pair of shoes, an old wig, a bald cap, brown makeup, crepe hair, old newspaper, a foam head, a few spray paint lids, a bottle of spirit gum, liquid latex, and modeling clay. This should cost you less than $30. First build up the shape of the face on the styrofoam head with clay. Make sure to add ugly details to your face like a large nose and brow ridge. Next, add seven to ten even layers o...

How To: Create Lunar New Year inspired tiger eyes

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a realistic looking cut using cinema makeup. This is a great look for a new year or holiday look that you want to make yourself look more unique and stand out! First, take a brow pencil and redefine your brows so they are darker and more intense. Avoid using black, most people cannot pull this look off. Now, use eyeshadow primer on the eyelids to enhance the eyeshadow color. After this, use gold eyeshadow and apply on the outer v of the eye. Then, take...

News: Valve Turns Gamers into Moviemakers with Source Filmmaker Beta

If you're familiar with games like Half-Life 2, Left 4 Dead, Portal, and Team Fortress 2, then you've probably seen some of the cool animated movies that Valve has made for them using their Source Filmmaker moviemaking software. It's a tool built to make animated films inside their Source game engine. It's even been licensed to make the upcoming animated film Deep.

How To: Apply online for Social Security retirement benefits

When you decide its time to retire, you will most likely need to cash in your Social Security benefits. In this official two part tutorial, presented by the American Social Secuity Administration, learn exactly how to use their website and apply online. Applying online is very easy, and takes a lot less time than applying in person. By applying online for social security, you will bypass all of the long lines and waiting that usually happens in one of the offices. Plus, you won't ever have to...

How To: Create a chopped off finger for film & theatre effect

This video deals with special effects used in movies or theater. The first tutorial deals with making a chopped off finger effect inexpensively. Start with some modeling wax and roll it into an upper finger shape. Next, you cut it to the desired length and paint the inside of each finger section red. Now, paint the outside of the finger with skin tone make up. The next step is to take a toothpick and poke a hole in the finger. Paint the hole so that it doesn't look very noticeable. You're rea...

How To: Use YouTube's Search Filters to Find Videos Faster

Have you tried searching for 4K HDR videos on YouTube, only to get 1080p videos just because the uploader used "4k" or "HDR" in the description? Or have you tried looking for a video about something that just happened, except YouTube's algorithm surfaces established videos first by default, so all the results you get are older than a month? Well, there's a better way.

How To: Create a realistic looking cut using cinema makeup

In this video, we learn how to create a realistic looking cut using cinema makeup. Start out by using silicone putty on the face to help make the cut on the face look more real than ever. Use brushes and a spatula to help mix colors together and apply to your face flawlessly. Also make sure you have fake blood with you so you can apply to the face to make look more realistic. After you have let the silicone dry, start to apply the red, dark red, and black colors onto it and blend to create a ...

How To: Apply false bottom lashes

In this tutorial, we learn how to apply false bottom lashes. First, make sure you have lashes that are meant for the bottom of the eyes, so they aren't too long and they don't stick on the wrong way. Now, brush brown eyeshadow onto the waterline of the eye, where the lashes are at. After this, use your fingers to measure the false lashes to where you are going to place them on the bottom of the eye. Make sure they aren't too long, and if they are, cut them until they are the right length. Aft...

How To: Create a flirty, pink makeup look for Valentines Day

In this video, we learn how to create a flirty, pink makeup look for Valentines Day. First, apply a crease to your entire eye that prevents sticking. Now, take a pink shimmer cream eyeshadow and pat it on the lower water line and on the top of the eye. Now, apply a white luster shade to the inner crease of the eye out to the middle of the eye. Next, apply a dark pink eyeshadow to the crease of the eye with a small rounded brush, defining your outer v. Start to blend into the middle of the eye...

How To: Create a hot New Year's party look for an older woman

In this video, we learn how to create a hot new year look for an older woman. Start off by applying primer to the eyelids, then brush on a light gold eyeshadow to the crease of the inner eyes and below the eyebrows. Next, brush on a aqua blue eyeshadow to the entire eyelid, followed by a sparkly blue eyeshadow on top of it. Next, brush a purple color on the outer edge of the eyes and inside the outer crease of the eyes. After this, apply black eyeliner to the bottom of the eye and the top. Th...

How To: Create a basic eyeshadow for a mature look

In this video, we learn how to create a basic eyeshadow look for a mature look. Start by applying primer to the eyes, then apply a light shadow to the entire eyelid. After this, use a flat brush to apply a dark gray shadow to the outer section of the eye. Next, use a blending brush to blend the dark in with the light shadow. After this, you will apply a highlight with light shadow underneath the eyebrow. Continue to add more light or dark shadow until you have a good contour, then you are fin...

How To: Create a burnt burgundy contoured face and eye look

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a burnt burgundy contoured face and eye look. First, apply a primer to the entire eyelid as a base. Next, apply a shimmer pink eyeshadow with an eyeshadow brush. Next, line the lash line with black eyeliner, and then blend a burnt burgundy eyeshadow onto the outside corner of the eyelids. Circle the brush so the colors all blend into one but will still have the darker color on the outside. Next, take the same burnt burgundy color and pant it onto the b...

How To: Apply animated stroke effects to an image in Premiere

Stroke overlays allow you to put semi-transparent lines over you video while it is playing, creating a cool artistic look. This two-part video tutorial will teach you how to use apply stroke overlays to an image using the Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software. This is a very popular technique for fashion videos, so if you are involved in making those then this video should be very useful to you.

How To: Make your eyes look like big doll eyes with Kandee

The make-up artist Kandee Johnson demonstrates how to create a cute look of big dolly eyes for Asian girls. The first step is to make the eyelid look bigger and lighter by using a white eye pencil from Sephora. The second step is to use a light-colored eye shadow from Mac, which needs to be applied all over the lid and under the eyebrows. Then take a black pencil and accentuate the outer corners to make your eyes look bigger and rounder. Start from the outside and work your way in to create a...

How To: Make manganese dioxide electrodes

Various electrochemical reactions requires that anodes do not degrade when used. Carbon is cheap, but degrades easily and platinum is extremely expensive. In a previous video, you learned "How to make cobalt and manganese nitrates", and you saw that titanium could be used as a cathode, but not as an anode due to an effect called passivation.

How To: Do a prosthetic skin tear effect

Conner is going to show us how to make a prosthetic skin tearing special effect for use in movies. First you need to get some liquid latex, some coagulated blood, and a paint brush. First paint a layer of liquid latex on the area that you want to have the tear away skin. Once it's dry, peel up one edge of the latex, this should make it easier later on when you want to tear away. Using a low angle and your hand to cover the latex at first, record the actor pulling the 'skin' away. Before the '...

How To: Apply autumn golden brown eye makeup

In this tutorial, we learn how to apply autumn gold brown eye makeup. First, apply a primer to the eye, then apply a gold color to the inner corner of the eye. Next, apply a dark gold color to the middle of the eye going up to the crease of the eye. Next, use a matte red/brown eyeshadow on the outer crease of the eye. Next, blend all of the colors together. Next, take a dark brown color and blend it on the outer right corner of the eye. Now, apply a light layer of black eyeliner to the top an...

How To: Apply Megan Fox inspired make up

To apply a Megan Fox-inspired makeup is very simple if you work on the steps which is as follows. First, use a 'Maybelline' Quad in 'Chai' Latte and use the lid color and put into the crease of your eyelid (use a color slightly deeper than your natural skin color). Next, use the brow color in the quad and apply to your eye brows. Next, use Sally Girl eyeshadow in Champagne and apply to eyelid and near the tear duct. Take the lid color from the quad and apply under the lower lash line. Use E.L...