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How To: Do a dark Little Red Riding Hood makeup look

Red Riding Hood is about to take predominantly young and female movie audiences by storm. This makes her a very topical choice for a costume party or just for emulation, and this video will show you how to do an awesome dark Little Red Riding Hood (the movie dropped the Little, I guess it's a little sexier without) makeup look and costume.

How To: Talk to your child about sex

The producers of this film should be applauded for their sensible approach in teaching parents how to talk to kids about sex. The awkward reading of cue cards and embarrassing situations will produce nervous giggles among even the most jaded audiences. This film was produced by some of the pioneers of sex education whose ideas are still being challenged by school boards today.

How To: Make a cool quick text effect in After Effects

After Effects contains all manner of cool tools that you can use to create really appealing title effects for your films. This video will show you how to create one quick easy text effect in this powerful software suite by using a camera, null object, 3D text layers, and a particular background, all keyed to the music levels. The result is very cool and sure to impress your audiences.

How To: Make really simple and gross fake blood

There are a lot of recipes for fake blood online. This one is one of the simplest, and one of the grossest-looking. Just take some white corn syrup, red and blue food coloring and corn starch, mix them all together and you'll soon have an appalling concoction that will terrify your audiences and leave a stain on your rug that you'll never, ever get out.

How To: Create a compound fracture special effect prop

Compound factures are the most gruesome and scary sort of fracture, and their visceral visual appeal leads to them being commonly depicted in films. This video demonstrates how to make a compound facture effect on the arm of one of your actors, replete with protruding bone and fake blood, for $35. For any indie filmmaker on a budget, this film will help you freak out your audiences and portray the real depth of your character's suffering.

How To: Make a cheap Dutch Roll camera effect

Maybe you've never heard of the Dutch Roll camera effect, but you've seen it in movies whenever a character is delirious and the camera starts spinning crazily end over need. In this tutorial you'll learn how to set up a cheap version of the effect with a plain old hand drill. Now you can give your audiences vertigo just like the pros do!

How To: Do freeze transitions in breakdancing

A super cool way to get from move to move while you are breakdancing is by freezing. Learn how to freeze in a stylish way and transition from move to move with this tutorial. Follow along and practice until you get it down pat. Pretty soon you will be a superstar and wowing audiences everywhere.

How To: Create a rotten diseased flesh effect for Halloween

If you want to make a movie with zombies, or the apocalypse, or the apocalypse and zombies, then you are going to have to learn how to create a really haggard-looking, disease-ridden face out of makeup. This video will show you how to do it using Rice Krispies, among other things. The end result is terrifying, and sure to scare your audiences or trick-or-treating targets into doing what you want (buying theater tickets or giving your candy, respectively).

How To: Do an easy card force trick

For the budding magician, the card force is one of the most important techniques, forming the basis for many, many wonderful card tricks. In this tutorial youtube staple The Card Trick Master teaches us to perform an easy behind-the-back card force magic trick that is sure to wow your audiences.

How To: Schedule a meeting in Office Live Meeting

Office Live Meeting is a conferencing solution that you can use to engage audiences in online meetings, training, and events. Learn how you can schedule, join, or present a Live Meeting by using new features such as audio, video conferencing, uploading handouts, and using Microsoft RoundTable. Watch the demo to learn how to schedule a meeting in Office Live Meeting.

How To: Make a simple Brazilian papaya dessert

Master Chef Juarez Goncalves De Azevedo shows audiences how to make a simple papaya dessert in this quick and easy walk through video. It's simple all you need are disco papaya, vanilla ice cream, crème de cassis, and a hint of mint leaves. So if you're looking to make something quick and simple for dessert for yourself or even a partner be sure to check out this quick and easy video. Then after watching this video you can show all your friends how you can make a popular Brazilian dessert.

How To: Change fractions to decimals to percents

If you're looking for a quick way to refresh your memory or that of your students regarding percents, decimals and fractions then this video is a sure fire way. While it is a bit fast paced, this tutorial offers a step by step reintroduction to the math part of ourselves that we each adore. Infused with minor comedic scenes to keep the viewer interested Roadside Ron does a thorough job in teaching the most basic of math steps which opens the window for other math problems. Clear and concise t...

How To: Do the Magicard trick

Want to impress some friends? This magic trick requires no sleight of hand, just a bit of setup. Using the Magicard application, you can make your iPhone mysteriously identify the card placed against it.

News: Want to Make Your Own Live Broadcast? New Facebook App Aims to Help

Facebook, you either love it or you hate it ... or maybe you're indifferent. The point is, Facebook is everywhere, and the debate is still raging over whether or not it's actually, well, good. That debate may not exist for the various personalities of Facebook much longer, however, as Facebook announced a new app geared directly towards improving how they broadcast their content to their audiences.

How To: Do a Business Part 2 of 5

Although a business plan is a technical document, remember that this first draft will not be. The audience and author of this document will be the owner/manager of the small business. The purpose is to get as much information written as possible so this draft can be used as a starter for versions of the business plan that are crafted for other audiences. It eliminates the possibility of the first business plan you write for other audiences actually looks like your first attempt. Since the lat...

How To: Calm Your Fear of Public Speaking for Better Presentations

Sweaty palms, stuttered speech, and terror blackouts: if you're someone who absolutely despises speaking before audiences, you've probably experienced side effects like these. No matter how well prepared we are, or how familiar our audience is, giving a presentation can be an experience more terrifying than death, according to psychologists. Unfortunately, it's impossible to avoid public speeches, but you can make these events less frightening with a few simple hacks.

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