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How To: Create an abstract business card in Photoshop

This image editing software tutorial shows you how to create a simple business card using an abstract background in Photoshop CS3. Using preset Adobe custom shapes, a background image and a clipping mask, you will learn how to create an interesting background for a business card without needing to leave Photoshop. The tutorial is designed for people that already know how to use Photoshop and are looking for creative ideas.

How To: Clone any plant for hydroponic or conventional gardens

In this video gardening tutorial, you'll find step-by-step instructions for cloning any plant from a clipping (or "cutting"). Plant propagation is very simple and can save you a lot of money in the long run. To learn more about the cloning process, watch this cloning how-to. (NB: Do NOT, as the video suggests, put freshly cloned plants in direct sunlight while in a hot house or you will have steamed plants!)

How To: Clone a marijuana plant

This is a step by step guide to cloning marijuana using different methods. Instead of raising a new plant, and germinating it yourself, cloning just involves clipping off from an existing plant and then turning it into a new plant of its own. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to clone a cannabis plant.

How To: Clip a bird's nails

There’s no getting around it: clipping your bird’s nails can be nerve-racking for both you and your feathered friend. But it’s got to be done. Sandpaper perches can damage a bird's feet, but regular trimmings are necessary in order to keep a bird from hurting itself on it's own claws. Watch this video pet care tutorial and learn how to clip a pet bird's nails safely and easily.

How To: Tie in the rope for glacier climbing

You can tye in or clip into the rope for glacier travel. It doesn't really matter it is your choice. You may as well know both methods. The tie is great if your short of gear or you don't want your guests getting away. Clipping in eases the process of getting in and out of the rope (climber speak there, sorry)

How To: Adjust eye color in Adobe Photoshop CS3

This video is about how you can change someone's eye color. The first thing to do is to load up a picture in which you want the eye color to change. The next step is to zoom in the eye that you're interested in working on. Just simply press "D" button on the keyboard and draw a rectangular shape on the eye. Now that you've zoomed in, make a selection of the iris, the part that we want to change the color on. The first thing is, you need to set up colors found on the lower left of the window. ...

How To: Make a polymer clay Mashimaro Sanrio character

This video clip was designed to provide the viewer with the instructions to making a polymer clay Mashimaro character. First two small pieces of yellow clay are cut to go inside the ears. Next a large ball of white clay is rolled and pressed slightly flat for the body. A piece similar in size is rolled and flattened for the head. Shoving a toothpick into the body and clipping a small piece off allows for the head to be attached. Then a piece of white clay is laid out and the yellow clay is pr...

How To: Redo American Girl doll Mia's braid

In this tutorial, we learn how to redo American Girl doll, Mia's, braid. First, you will need to brush out the hair for the doll. After you do this, you will take a little section of the hair from the front and split it into three. Then, take another little section from underneath this and clip it away. From here, you will start to braid the hair, clipping off the sections underneath separately so they don't get mixed together. Then, you will take the rest of the hair and put it into a ponyta...

How To: Rotate and spin images in Blender

See how to spin images using Blender. First, you'll see how to use the UV-Textured plane rig and physically rotate the mesh. Next, you'll see how to use Nodes, and then the Sequencer. This clip discusses Orthographic camera scaling, animation, and considerations about clipping. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular 3D modeling program or a seasoned graphic artist just interested in better acquainting yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this free vi...

How To: Properly blow dry your hair

In order to begin a good blow dry of hair, start with clipping the hair so that small sections can be worked. Use a nozzle that focuses the heat on your hair dryer. One brush that can be used is a nine-row. It is a smaller brush used for small areas of hair. A paddle brush is used for longer areas of the hair. Use the brush to sweep the hair up from underneath. Aim the blow dryer on the hair pointing away from the face. Brush downward and follow the brush with the hair dryer. One section may ...

How To: Get more color in the garden

Danny Lipford shows how to grow a more colorful flower garden in early spring when there is not a lot of overall growth. He displays how he plants tulips and daffodils in the fall so that they bloom in the spring. He digs a troth about 6 feet long and 6 inches deep. After sprinkling bulb food in the troth, Lipford plants the tulip and daffodil bulbs, arranging them so each uniquely appears every other bulb. Lipford's assistant advises that he re-plants the tulips every year, since while they ...

How To: Clip your chihuahua's nails

This video shows how to clip your Chihuahua’s nails. Since the dog doesn’t weigh that much you may need to clip the nails more often then a heavier dog. If you can hear the dog’s nails clicking on the floor, then it is time for a clipping. Use cat nail clippers because they are smaller. If your dog has white nails, then just clip of the edge that is clear. If you look farther into the nail you will see there is a pink part. The pink part is a nerve. If the dog has black nails then just be car...

How To: Trim your split ends

This video is about how to trim your split ends. This video gives detailed instructions about how using heat and trimming too often can lead to split ends and how they can lead to breakage. The instructor teaches you that just randomly clipping your ends does not fix your split ends, but makes them worse. She tells you to twist your hair before you start to clip to expose the hairs that are hidden from you. This last step is very important.

How To: Make a bow for any holiday

In this video, with hostess Candy, we are taught how to construct a hair bow for any occasion. With a mellow manner, Candy reveals that we need very few materials, just a ribbon and a clip, and, from there, shows us, distinctly and helpfully, each fold necessary to achieve the bow shape. After clipping it together, it's set, and she shows it off in her own hair. Perfect for any occasion, from Christmas to Valentine's Day to Easter, these festive looking holiday bows are indeed very charming, ...

How To: Prune tall hedges

We next discuss trimming regular hedges. Most people just want a hedge that's tidy and neat, one that performs a function of blocking a view. We discuss some newly planted Boxwoods. Glenn planted these several months ago and wants to keep these low growing, about the height of the wall behind them. When the new growth starts to come up and the plant has reached its desired height, he prunes them. Glenn leaves an open space between the plant and the wall, this allows for good air circulation, ...

How To: Swap faces using Photoshop CS4

In this how to video, you will learn how to swap faces using Photoshop. First, find two images that you want to swap. Select the lasso tool and trace around the face in the first image. Copy and paste it into the second image. From here, line up the eyes to the face. Next, you will have to match the face to the head by going to the hue and saturation window. Check the clipping mask before changing the settings. Next, adjust the settings until the face matches the skin color. Next, go to the b...

How To: Use a candy thermometer

Making a batch of candy this holiday season? To make a successful batch of candy, you need the precise temperature, consistency, and timing during the cooking process. Watch this video to learn how to use a candy thermometer.

How To: Edit PDFs with Infix PDF Editor

Websupergoo demonstrates how to edit PDF files with the Infix PDF editor. Infix can replace an existing image with another image loaded from a file. To accomplish this, use the object select tool and choose the image for the replacement. The clipping mask is denoted by a pink border and will be retained and applied to the image that you would like to replace. Select the replacement by choosing the replace object option. Next, choose the replacement image from your computer files. After you re...

How To: Transform into a doll for Halloween

1. Remove the old makeup and sealer. If you are working on a vinyl or resin doll, you can remove the makeup with a non-acetone nail polish remover. Afterward, wash the face well with soap and water. Work at any stubborn stains with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. 2. Sand the head, if necessary. Sometimes dolls will come with set-in stains that no stain remover can touch, or with scratches and gouges in the face. If your doll head is made of resin, in particular, do all your sanding underwater to pr...

How To: Earn Trust from Your Rabbit

This is about how to make a rabbit become less wary of you and more trustful with you also. I myself have a Dutch that was released by its previous owner, then I rescued it. She never wants to be took out of her cage, but now she doesn't mind as long as I'm gentle and nice.

HoloLens Dev 102: How to Create an ImageTarget with Vuforia & Set Up the Camera System

Now that we've set up Vuforia in Unity, we can work on the more exciting aspects of making physical objects come to life on the HoloLens. In this guide, we will choose an image (something that you physically have in your home), build our ImageTarget database, and then set up our Unity camera to be able to recognize the chosen image so that it can overlay the 3D holographic effect on top of it.