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News: The 26 Best Online Stores for Steampunk Christmas Shopping

The holiday season is creeping up fast, and if you're shopping for a Steampunk, it could be almost impossible to find anything for them unless you know exactly where to look. Luckily for you, some of us have done all of the work you'll need. Whether you're Steampunk shopping for Christmas, Hanukkah, Chrismukkah (yes, that's real), Kwanzaa, or Festivus, you're sure to find something for that special lady or gentleman in your life by taking a stroll down this list!

How To: Use Smart Collections in Adobe Bridge

Here, see some tips on the collections and smart collections in the Adobe Bridge. Bridge has a lot to offer and is a great organization tool. Collections and smart collections are great workflow features available to you. In this video tutorial, learn about organizing your files without messing up your folder structure and automatically bringing files in that you want based on your settings you assign to that collection. Check them out and learn a great new feature of Adobe Bridge CS4.

How To: Draw manga clothes on a computer

In this video, we learn how to draw mange clothes on a computer. There are many different types of manga clothes that you can draw, so study what you want to draw before you do it. When you start to draw, make sure you use great detail with the clothing, no matter what kind you are doing. After you draw the basic clothing, then add lines to show folds and creases inside of the clothing as well. Draw in shading around the inside of the clothes and then you will have your clothing complete. Enj...

How To: Use x-ray techniques in Photoshop to show naked skin through clothing (NSFW)

Do those new naked body scanners have you freaked out at the airports? As far as the TSA is concerned, those x-ray machines are here to stay, but you might as well take comfort in knowing that airport security guards aren't the only ones looking at your private parts. Practically anyone with a computer can manage to see through your clothes, and it's all thanks to a little program called Photoshop. Thanks, Adobe.

How To: Dye your own clothes

Watch closet expert Barbra Horowitz demonstrate how easy it is to dye your own clothes at home. All you need is salt, powdered dye, and some clothing. You can actually dye clothing in your own washing machine with little to no effort. To clean up, just run an empty wash load with some bleach.

How To: Recycle your t-shirt fabric scraps into new clothing

If you sew a lot, your probably have a massive quantity of old fabric scraps lying around. This four-part video will teach you how to recycle those strips into all sorts of fun textile projects. These include a quilt, tie-dye strips, and notebook covers for your children's (or your) books for school. No matter what your tastes, there is probably a cool fashion recycling tip for you in here.

How To: Layer clothes fashionably

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to layer clothes fashionable. When layering, do not wear thick clothing to avoid bulkiness and thickness. Wear thin clothing to make the layer more thin and less wide. Make sure that length of the clothing is right and vary in length. Use layers to flatter various parts of the body. This video also provides a visual demonstration of how to layer a shirt. It has 3 different layers that all vary in length. This video will benefit those viewers who are i...

How To: Make laundry day more environmentally friendly

In this video, Eric Rochow from Real World Green gives us a simple green tip to make doing your laundry more environmentally friendly. The tip is: Don't wash your clothes! Well, actually, don't wash them until they are actually dirty. If you're wearing clothes and they're still clean, you don't need to automatically throw them in the laundry bin. It's something to think about. Also, if you wash your clothes too often, it wears out your clothes. So, next time you're wearing some clothes just t...

How To: Pack hanging clothes and drapes for storage or moving

Here you will learn how to pack clothes and drapes for storage or moving. Follow these easy steps to pack clothes and drapes the right way. Hanging clothing or drapes need to be packed in a standup wardrobe. This box comes with an aluminum bar that spans two sides. Place the wardrobe box near the closet. Secure the bar with packing tape and place clean paper at the bottom of the box. Hang clothing, distributing them evenly. You can also place quilts, and bedspreads on hangers. When you are do...

How To: Design your own clothes & mix dye your clothes

Eddie teaches the secrets of designing your own clothes & mix dying your clothes. First mix together 1 tablespoon golden yellow, 1/2 teaspoon sunshine orange, 1/2 cup salt and 4 cups of hot water. Dip a piece of cloth to check the color, add more dye to make it darker or some water to make it lighter. Pour the dye solution in a big container with water, add some detergent and batter to mix the dye well. Put you plain shirt in hot water for sometime, squeeze it out and put it in the container ...

How To: Choose plus size clothing

In this video series, learn how to dress different plus size body types. Our expert, Michele Varon, shows you the different types of plus size women. With her plus size models, you can see which body type you most closely resemble. Once you know, you can start to find flattering clothing for various occasions.

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