# Dimension Search Results

### How To: Get ripped tricep muscles

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to get ripped triceps muscle. The triceps are about 66% of the arm. Building the triceps adds size and dimension to the arms. This video provides 2 triceps exercises. The exercises are one-arm triceps extensions and triceps push downs. When doing the one-arm triceps extensions, extend the arm and keep it straight. For the triceps push downs, keep elbows fixed and close to the body. Flex your arms as you push the weight down. This video will benefit th...

### How To: Find the surface area of a rectangular prism

Have a 3 dimensional figure that you can not figure out the surface area? This video teaches the fundamental concepts and techniques of figuring out the surface area of a 3 dimension figure. In this video, the specific shape will be a rectangular prism. The video will assist its viewers in understanding and learning the process of how to find the surface area of this 3 dimensional figure. The method is simple and easy to learn. This is highly recommended to anyone with an interest in math.

### How To: Awaken the sixth chakra or your third eye

Awakening the sixth chakra – known as the third eye – also awakens your sixth sense, and unlocks psychic potential. In this tutorial, learn how to harness your spirituality and get in touch with your third eye.

### How To: Recycle an old t-shirt into a posh pochette

Shiho Masuda demonstrates how to make a T-shirt pochette using recycled materials in this video. You will need an old T-shirt, gardening twine (or leather strap), needle and thread, a ruler, a scissors and a pencil. First, sketch the dimension of your pochette on the T-shirt, staying about 1 inch from the sides of the collar. Next, cut along the lines (save the excess material). Flip the T-shirt inside out and sew the sides together, leaving 1 inch at the top for shoulder straps. Now flip the...

### How To: Draw a flaming skull

In this six-part drawing tutorial hosted by artist Wayne Tully, learn how to draw a firey flaming skull. Start from scratch in part one with the outline of the skull, then move onto the skull's features including the eyes and jaw in part two. Part three takes you through shading under the skull's eyes and around the skull's cheekbones to add dimension. In part four, learn how to strengthen pencil lines & add shading to define the cheekbones. Once the skull is done, part five goes over how to ...

### How To: Make a cat scratching post

Make your cat happy by giving them a sturdy scratching post. They'll sharpen their claws – without tearing up your furniture.

### How To: Know the basics of building a kite

The video is about the basics of building a kite. The wind takes up the kite up. The first is a slate kite. A stable kite capable of flying in very light winds. The wind lifts the kite. The lift acts against the gravity. The tension on the string resists the drag by the wind. To construct such a kite, you need a plastic bag, scissors, some string, sticks. The dimensions are important. It need 45 cms length and 50 cms width in a specific dimension. The all project can be found in website hilar...

### How To: Upload HD content to YouTube from Final Cut Pro

Frustrated with the seemingly inscrutable machinations of YouTube's HD video upload feature? With this home video production how-to, you'll learn how to optimize clips exported from Final Cut Pro for YouTube's high-definition player, resulting in beautiful, perfectly syncronized video every time.

### How To: Create messy scorpion pleats/French braid

Scorpion pleats are not in fact fierce-looking hair braids that are out to sting you. Rather, when we're talking about hair, scorpion pleats are fun, upturned pleats that are slightly messy. When paired along with a traditional French braid, scorpion pleats add a dimension of carefree joie de vivre.

### How To: Draw a large truck under a bridge with shading

Sometimes the most common, everyday subjects are also the best for practicing basic drawing methods like drafting and shading and contouring. Just take the truck, people, bridge, and garden in this drawing tutorial, for instance.

### How To: Build a 6X6 cube using magnets

Whoever said it's boring to be a square didn't make one out of shiny magnets. This video gives the phrase "thinking inside the box" a whole new dimension.

### How To: Use the Gradient Mesh Tool in Illustrator

In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, Bert Monroy from PixelPerfect shows you how to use the Gradient Mesh tool, which lets you divide pretty much any shape (like an apple) into a mesh. Wish a mesh created, you can alter the color of an intersecting point of the mesh with a solid color. This tool will help give your Illustrator objects more dimension and realism.

### How To: Use fresh and dry herbs for cooking

Herbs add flavor and dimension to all types of recipes. This how to video demonstrates how to use use different dry and fresh herbs in your cooking. Learn all about bay leaves, parsley and chives, tarragon, cilantro, thyme, sage, rosemary, oregano and marjoram.

### How To: Make a chipboard monogram letter

Check out this video to learn how to make a chipboard monogram letter. Chipboard brings a decorative dimension to scrapbook pages. Make your words really pop by adding these easy chipboard monogram letters.

### How To: Make Christmas cards

Learn how to create an eye-catching Christmas card with a difference, as Corinne Bradd shows the easiest way to add dimension. The quirky three tiered tree design is sure to delight, and you can adapt the technique to make other seasonal favorites, such as an angel or snowman.

### How To: Draw curvy steps using pencil

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw curvy steps using pencil. To start, you will draw a thin horizontal line with a small point on it. After this, you will draw lines out from this, using a ruler to keep them straight. From here, draw your steps on the bottom of the page using the lines to keep them proportioned and in place. Draw them in a triangle wedge shape and then color them in. Shade the bottom and the sides to give them depth and dimension. After this, draw in the area around the s...

### How To: Draw anime-style cartoon characters

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw anime. Start off by drawing the outline of the anime, then color in the face, hair, and clothing. Add in the ear on the side of the head, then add in the features of the face. Next, add in shading to the face, hair, and clothing to add dimension to the drawing. Next, add in details to the face to make this look more realistic. Then, draw in trees and leaves for the background of the drawing and color them green and brown. After this, add in a light sheen...

You know how in art class one of the main principles of drawing realistically is shading an object to establish its shape and contours? The same idea applies to makeup application. While our faces have natural dimension and contours, their hills and valleys can be further emphasized with strategic contouring via highlighters and bronzers.

### How To: Have two faceting techniques with Simon Leach

In this video, ceramic artist Simon Leach demonstrates and shows you two different faceting techniques, when potting. The first technique is complete shaving to add more dimension to, your ashtray or small bowl. The second is a half way shave, for a different yet fun look to your pots.

### How To: Draw a 3d staircase

This wordless video shows how to draw a staircase in 3d. Start by drawing the steps in one dimension. Extend two lines at the top of the stairs the width you want the steps to be. Draw another line between them to make a square. This creates a landing. Draw two lines downward and parallel to the steps from the line at the top of the stairs. This will create a rail and a second base. Then extend lines from each jut of the one dimensional steps, stretching the lines alternately to the base and ...

### How To: Make a paper pumpkin for a card

For anyone looking to dress up a card, learn how to make a paper pumpkin using punches in this video tutorial. Take a white piece of paper and distress it with Memory Mist (with the pale ale color). Use a box to distress the paper, while avoiding getting the mist all over your work space. To actually make the pumpkin use a store-bought punch (either round or oval). Make the punches with orange cardstock. For each pumpkin, you will need either three ovals or circles. Using a chalk ink to distr...

### How To: Remove the fuzzy center of a fresh artichoke

See a quick and easy presentation on how to remove the fuzzy center of a freshly cooked artichoke. After you have cooked the artichoke, spread the petals of the artichoke to show the center petals. Take hold of the center petals with your fingers and then twist this to remove the choke. Take a spoon and scoop out the fuzzy center. You can use the middle of the cooked artichoke to serve a meal and the artichoke will add another dimension of flavor.

### How To: Find the area of a trapezoid quickly

In another installment of Math Problem Generator this video shows how to find the area of a trapezoid. First it displays the dimension of the triangle, with the corresponding formula to find the area. This quick and easy demonstration shows how to plug in the correct dimensions into the formula. From there you use the order of operations to solve the formula correctly. The video will teach you the basic procedures in solving for the area of a trapezoid, and will help you take on more complex ...

### 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: Make raw burger buns

Whip up this tasty treat in no time flat with this video cooking tutorial of how to make burger buns with raw ingredients. Watch as she places the ingredients into the food processor, blends them up with a few herbs and spices and forms them into tasty buns for you and friends to enjoy. Top them with your favorite toppings and enjoy without any baking needed! You can even spice it up with your own flavors to add a new dimension to an already delicious treat.

### How To: Draw ballet slippers

In this video, instructed by Michael Weisner, of Hawk vs. Pigeon Productions, we learn how to draw ballet slippers effectively. Starting by showing us the basic shape and outlining it in pen over top previous sketches and other general attempts, Michael then shows us how to add dimension, by outlining the shoe openings, and how to put in the laces. Always better to work with a sketch, and then fill it in over top with pen for the final product, Michael gives us a terrific primer, and for anyo...

### How To: Texture in 3ds Max

The third dimension has finally arrived to internet browsing! Be sure to catch the wave of innovation with this series of tutorials. Initially, we'll be examining the importance of texturing basic 3D objects. Watch as the almost magical effects of texturing in 3ds Max transform a simple cube into a trendy clothes dryer. Polygons are saved, browsing is made speedier, and clients are bound to be happy. Next stop, bring it into Papervision3D! If you wish to learn about using 3D elements on the i...

### How To: Animate text for websites using Flash

In this how to video, you will learn how to create animated text flash using Flax. First, open the program. Now go to the menu and insert the text. We can modify the aspect, dimension, and position from here. The dimensions can be modified in the window or in the left menu. The position can be modified in the preview as well. In the right menu, different animations can be chosen. Each animation can be modified in the settings window shown. The text can also be personalized by adding different...

### How To: Stamp and/or emboss on a button

This video demonstrates how to emboss a button and then use it as an emblishment on a card. Start by covering your stamp with clear VersaMark Ink. Holding your button with pliers, carefully press your button onto the stamp. Next, take your embossing powder and sprinkle it on to the button. Then apply heat to the button. You are now ready to make your card. Ink your bird stamp using chestnut chalk ink. Place it at the bottom of your card stock. Using a blender pen, color in the bird and any ac...

### How To: Style loose beach ready bohemian hair

Jennifer a licensed cosmetologist demonstrates how to create a loose beach style bohemian hairdo. Jennifer starts by explaining how to part the hair in the front of the head. She does this to then show viewers how to create a French braid as many celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Aniston and Molly Sims have been spotted wearing. She demonstrates how to zig zag the part by using a rat tail comb to place in the middle of the part and make a zig zag motion to create the look. Jennifer als...

### How To: Start exercising after pregnancy

The video tells about the exercise that should be done after pregnancy, mainly the methods, procedure etc. It is narrated by Kathy Kaehler, who is a personal trainer. For more information go to kathykaehlerfitness.com.

### How To: Use interactive motion in Google SketchUp

George Maestri from Lynda shows how to add interactivity in Google SketchUp Pro using a variety of tools in the program. Adding interactivity allows for added dimension and interaction with an object. The example used in the tutorial was that of a fridge, which after adding interactivity, allowed for the doors and drawers of the fridge to be opened. To utilize this technique, the object's file (without interactivity) should be opened. By selecting the fridge and then going to component attrib...

### How To: Make lemon zest with or without a zesting tool

Making lemon zest isn't hard and doesn't take a long time, especially if you have a lemon zester. A zesting tool is the number one preferred way to get that lemon zest with no mess and no fuss. So, in the first video tutorial, see how to make lemon zest with a zester. Use a zesting tool for the peeling, and make sure to wash the outside of the lemon thoroughly to remove dirt and residue. Then zest away!

### How To: Flatter a boyish figure

A boyish figure is easy to dress: It's the shape high-fashion designers create for! Here's how to maximize the impact.

### How To: Make the y-axis rails and nut for a CNC router

A CNC router machine is probably the most useful tool a hobbyist can own, but the price for a CNC machine on the market is way more than the average hobbyist is willing to spend. You can build your own CNC with very basic tools, little knowledge of machinery, mechanics, or electronics, but be warned, these machines are inherently dangerous, so wear the proper protection and use common sense. At the very least, read the instructions and precautions on every tool you use.

### How To: Build the y-axis gantry rail support for a CNC router

A CNC router machine is probably the most useful tool a hobbyist can own, but the price for a CNC machine on the market is way more than the average hobbyist is willing to spend. You can build your own CNC with very basic tools, little knowledge of machinery, mechanics, or electronics, but be warned, these machines are inherently dangerous, so wear the proper protection and use common sense. At the very least, read the instructions and precautions on every tool you use.

### How To: Use a medicine ball for plank hop ups and down

Learn how to do plank hop ups and down on a medicine ball. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life.

### How To: Draw a caricature of a truck

This video demonstrates how to draw a caricature of a truck. Begin with a rectangular shape that is slightly bigger at the top and has rounded corners. This will be the grill. Create an inside border. Below the grill, draw a front bumper. At the top corner of the grill draw a rectangle that is divided into two halves and shade the top section of each half. This is the windshield. Draw hatch marks in the center section of the grill. Above either side of the bumper add narrow divided rectangles...

### How To: Look like a broken doll for Halloween

Cover brows with wax or glue stick and concealer that is a lot lighter than your skin). Place some of the much lighter concealer under your eyes. Stroke concealer all over face for an extra layer. Apply full coverage foundation. Set makeup with powder. Use something that'll look very fake when done. Add cream blush product in bronze shade. Apply with finger to warm it up; apply to cheeks, forehead & nose. Use mineral type skin highlighter all over face. Paint on eyebrows with black liquid eye...