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How To: Make pizza dough base

In this five-part tutorial, learn how to make the perfect pizza crust with chef, Mark Gill, the executive chef at Little Creatures Fremantle WA. In each of these five short & informative videos learn how to start by mixing the ingredients by hand, how to knead the dough, shape the dough balls then pizza base, and finally, how to toss the pizza like the professionals! Make the perfect pizza dough for your pizza from today forward!

How To: Run the bases correctly

United States Womens Softball Team members discuss and illustrate how to run the bases correctly. The main techniques used are how to lead off then steal each base as the technique is different for each one, and perform the hit and run. The breakdown is great!

How To: Paint the base coat on your Warhammer figurines

Watch this five part instructional video series to experiment with base coats on your Warhammer miniatures. Using thin coats of paint and small brushes, leave a wider margin for experimentation and highlight coats. The rich and impressive detailing on Warhammer figurines comes with patience and perseverance. Warhammer miniatures need several layers of primer and original fill color for a deep base coat.

How To: Draw an isosceles trapezoid

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to draw an isosceles trapezoid. This video demonstrates how to draw an isosceles trapezoid with a long base (B), a short base (b) and a 35 degree angle. First you draw the long base. Now center the short base at the center point of the long base and mark the end points of the short base with dots. Next draw perpendicular dotted lines from the dots extending upwards. Draw 35 degree angles from either end of the...

How To: Compile a kernel in a Debian-based Linux distribution

In this four-part video tutorial series, you'll learn how to compile a Linux kernel on a Debian-based system (e.g., Ubuntu). You'll learn two separate methods for kernel compilation, both (1) how to make the kernel into a Debian package, which can be handy if you're using a package manager and (2) how to install the kernel manually with make and make install. Take a look!

How To: Use image-based lighting & depth of field in Cinema 4D

In this tripartite video tutorial, you'll learn how to create image-based lighting and depth-of-field effects within C4D. Whether you're new to MAXON's popular 3D modeling application or are just looking to get better acquainted with Cinema 4D and its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, including complete instructions, watch this 3D modeler's guide.

How To: Make a vaporizer out of common household items

This tutorial is about making a home made vapouriser with a light bulb.You will require knife,light bulb,bottle cap,a small tube and screwdriver.With the knife slowly and evenly pry the metal tip away from its ceramic base.After you bend the tip away from the ceramic base you can pry it out completely.Now use the knife and apply pressure to the centre hole,twisting the knife will help crack he ceramic base.After you crack the ceramic, remove the rest of the ceramic by twisting the knife and s...

How To: Fold an origami orchid

Learn how to make an origami "orchid" by slightly altering an origami iris / lily flower. This origami video shows how to make what I call an orchid flower... really it's something I made by mistake when first learning to make an origami lily / iris. You'll need to start from the frog base.

How To: Mix a Brandy Alexander, Pink Squirrel and Grasshopper

Mix the Brandy Alexander, the Pink Squirrel or the Grasshopper! Each cocktail uses creme de cacao and whipping cream. The Brandy Alexander cocktail uses a brandy base, the Pink Squirrel uses an almond liqour base, and the Grasshoper uses green creme de menthe base. All are shaken with ice and strained into a martini glass. Perfect after dinner cocktails and very easy to make!

How To: Write a DBQ (or document-based question) essay

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to write a document-based question essay. Data base question essays evaluates student ability to formulate and support an answer of documentary evidence. Each document based question is broken into 2 parts: short answer and essay. The short answer assess student ability to analyze student documents individually. The essay assess the student ability to synthesize and create an essay based on an assortment of documents. The essay should contain an intro...

How To: Solve exponential and logarithmic equations

In this video tutorial the instructor shows how to solve exponential and logarithmic equations. Solving exponential equations can become very difficult if it involves large numbers. To solve these kinds of complex equations you need to get all the numbers to the same base number. The base number raised to some number should give you your original number. Now if you write the numbers as exponents of your base number you can directly equate the exponent part and solve for the missing variable. ...

How To: Fold an origami bird base

This tutorial video shows how to make an origami bird base. As you might guess from the name, the bird base is used when making the traditional origami crane; however, it can be used as a starting point for other origami patterns as well, so it's good to learn how to make this fold. Follow these steps to learn how to fold an origami bird base.

How To: Find the areas of a parallelogram and a triangle

The video teaches the viewer how to find the area of a parallelogram and the area of a triangle. For a parallelogram, the first step is to find the right angle, the line perpendicular to the base (this is a line you draw, not part of the parallelogram). The height of the line that forms this right angle with the base is the perpendicular height. Next, find the length of the base. The area is the base times the height. For a triangle, find the right angle with the base (again a line you draw)....

How To: Make a water based finish look like it's oil based

How do you make a water based finish look more like oil-based finish. Its a common problem since water-based finishes are "water-white", which means they don't impart any color to the wood. This can be great in certain situations, but not so great when you want your project to have that warm glow to it. In this woodworking tutorial, you will learn how to use dye, shellac, and boiled linseed oil to try to spice up our water-based finish.

How To: Use Smart Objects in Photoshop

In this video tutorial you will learn about the basics of using Smart Objects in Photoshop. Smart objects can consist of pixel-based content or vector-based content. These smart objects also remember their original size and can be transformed multiple times without loss.

How To: Apply copper, red, & gold eye makeup

A combination of red and gold eyeshadow is great for emphasizing green eyes - this is because red and gold are complementary colors to green. For the base, apply a clear or skin-colored base to the entire eye area. Use a highlight base just beneath your eyebrows. Blend it in. Use a black liquid base on the upper eyelid. For eyeshadow, start off with a shimmery gold by putting it in the inner corners of the upper lid. Take your red and start off slightly in the middle of your eye, where you le...

How To: Make urban-style bases for Warhammer 40k miniatures

If you usually wind up playing Warhammer 40k on the same type of board pretty consistently, you should consider spicing up your pieces by giving them bases that look like the sort of terrain your favor. This video will show you how to make an urban environment base for Warhammer 40k miniatures that will make your pieces look that much better. And look account for so much in Warhammer games don't they?

How To: Make snow bases for your miniatures

The materials you will need to add snow and other details to the base of your miniature game figure are white tacky or craft glue, super glue, a few small rocks or pebbles, coarse turf, a small paint brush, and baking soda. Begin by using the super glue to apply a few rocks to your base. You don't want to apply too many as the main focus will be on the snow. Add white glue to the base being careful not to get any on the figure itself. Use your paint brush to spread the white glue around until...

How To: Calculate the area of a parallelogram

Calculating The Area Of A Parallelogram A parallelogram is a 4-sided shape formed by two pairs of parallel lines. Opposite sides are equal in length and opposite angles are equal in measure. To find the area of a parallelogram, multiply the base by the height. The formula is:

How To: Do node-based compositing as an After Effects user

In this tutorial, we take an introductory look at node based compositing from the perspective of an After Effects user. If you are someone who has lots of experience with After Effects, and wants to get into using a program like Shake, Nuke, or Fusion, this will help you get on the right track. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular compositing application or are just looking to get better acquainted with AE and its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software ...

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