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How To: Pierce your fake tongue with skewers

Brian Brushwood reveals the techniques used to make super-realistic fake tongues, like those used in last year's Halloween Horror Nights show. Brian Brushwood on The Road shows how to make fake tongues to use for the magic illusion 'Sword through the Tongue' trick. He's performed this in his stage show at Universal Studios in Orlando.

How To: Create an animated ring of text around an object in AE

Instructor Brian Maffitt gives a fast-paced recipe for creating a Saturn-like ring of text around an orange. Brian gives the Stroke, Path Text, and Basic 3D filters a good workout, stresses the importance of pre-composing, and tops it all off with an inverted mask. This is a great "fake-3D" effect you'll be glad to add to your arsenal. So come on...orange you going to watch this clip?

How To: Paint tears on a model car

Brian from thetoyz.com and ProLineRacing.com will show you some painting techniques in this video. He is decorating his Revo truck with a special paint design. Brian is painting tears on various shells of vehicles and he got his design idea from the label of a drink can of Monster beverage. Brian suggests using "liquid" masking to mask the base vehicle and then it will be this "shell" that you draw on, which in this case is a design of tears, tear like in air. Draw some tears on the body's sh...

How To: Slice up a fresh pineapple

Brian demonstrates a simple method of cutting a pineapple in this entertaining video. He starts reviewing some pineapple research. Pineapples are named after pinecones! Brian also discusses the concerns of eating pineapple for people with certain health conditions. First twist and pull off the flower top of the pineapple. Then cut off the top and bottom of the pineapple so that they are both flat surfaces. Then cut off the skin of the pineapple, retaining as much of the flesh as possible. Use...

How To: Escape from a straitjacket

With the help of magician Dan Martin, you'll learn the steps to escape from a straitjacket! Hopefully you won't find yourself in a serious situation where you need to escape from a straitjacket, but if you want to simply impress your friends or put on a magic show, this video is a great tutorial for you.

How To: Decorate a cupcake with icing

In this video, Karen shows us how to decorate cupcakes in different ways. You can use McCormick frosting in a bowl, add neon green food coloring and mix this together. Put some frosting on the cupcake and smooth it out onto the cupcake. Another great thing is to put frosting into a small plastic sandwich bag, cut the corner of the bag and you now have your own icing bag! You can use this to make any design you'd like on your cupcakes. Make the clip on the corner bigger or smaller, depending o...

How To: Make a bong out of PVC pipe

Brian and Charles are a do-it-yourself team that call themselves "IngeniousBongs," and they have dedicated themselves to producing a series is instructional videos in which they demonstrate how to construct a wide variety of different smoking devices including bongs, pipes, and hookahs. They always use inexpensive commonly available materials, and in this video, Charles films Brian's demonstration which shows how almost anyone can quickly build a PVC bong. The materials required include a red...

How To: Make super easy baked salmon

In this tutorial, we learn how to make baked salmon. To start, cut the skin off of the salmon. Now, grab some aluminum non-stick foil, garlic oil, and McCormick salmon grill mates. Cut your salmon into two even portions, then place the salmon to the foil with the oil and other seasonings. When done seasoning, roll the top of the foil, then roll it down and roll the sides over it. Place this in the oven at 350 degrees and cook it for 20 minutes or until it's finished. Place on the center rack ...

How To: Make a passion fruit mango martini with Brian Boitano

In this clip, figure skating superstar Brian Boitano shares instructions on how to make a passion fruit and mango martini. As far as quick-and-easy cocktail recipes go, this one is hard to beat. It's so quick, and so easy, in fact, that this free video tutorial can present a detailed, step-by-step overview of the recipe in just over two minutes' time. For more information, and to get started making your own passion fruit and mango martinis, take a look!

How To: Build a pipe organ chair

It's a chair. It's a musical instrument. Eureka! Techno-guru Brian of tech makeover show My Home 2.0 builds a pipe organ chair, a (very) old-school invention that you can play just by sitting down. Sit back and enjoy this silent movie DIY!

How To: Play a Bo Diddley beat on the drums

Hey, Bo Diddley! In this installment from his video tutorial series (in which he covers everything from improving timekeeping to creativity and orchestrations in patterns and drum fills), Brian Ferguson demonstrates how to play the famous Bo Diddley beat on your drumset.

How To: Tie knots for fly fishing

In this video, learn from commercial fisherman brian Lee how to tie knots for fly fishing! Fly fishing requires two simple knots, which are the clinch knot and the loop-to-loop connection. Discover how to tie an improved fisherman's knot for fly fishing with help from a pro!

How To: Orchestrate patterns on your drums

In this three-part installment from his video tutorial series (in which he covers everything from improving timekeeping to creativity and orchestrations in patterns and drum fills), Brian Ferguson discusses patterns and orchestration while offering tips for applying custom arrangements to your own drum patterns.

How To: Setup your drums for the best sound

New to jazz drumming or simply looking for a few pointers? In this installment from his video tutorial series (in which he covers everything from improving timekeeping to creativity and orchestrations in patterns and drum fills), Brian Ferguson offers tips and techniques for setting up your drums so as to acheive the best possible sound.

How To: Play basic drum fills

New to jazz drumming or simply looking for a few pointers? In this installment from his video tutorial series (in which he covers everything from improving timekeeping to creativity and orchestrations in patterns and drum fills), Brian Ferguson demonstrates a number of simple, easy-to-play fills to any budding percussionist make his or her playing more dynamic.

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