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How To: Make watery ice glass text in Photoshop CS4

In this tutorial, learn how to make a very cool wet writing effect that you can use for graphics and logos. You will be creating this effect in Photoshop CS4. In this video, you will learn how to take tons of different layer styles and transform a basic text layer into a majestic piece of artwork. You will be shown the process step by step from the very beginning. This tutorial also shows the use of gradients and color corrections tools to optimize the full piece of work.

How To: Play "Fade Away" by Oasis on acoustic guitar

Do you like songs by Oasis? Want to play them on your guitar? Tbone Wilson provides the viewer with a neat way to learn "Fade Away". He provides the viewer with really good closeups of where to place your fingers for the chords in the song. The viewer can rewind and replay any part of the piece that they need. He includes a written list of the chords as they appear in the piece, as well as the written words to the song. They are found at the left of the video. He also provides a place to subs...

How To: Mind read with three questions

This trick is a form of "mentalism". This is done by asking three questions, and writing your answers on three separate pieces of paper. A mentalist first asks you a personal question, but instead of writing the 'answer' to that question, he writes the answer to the final 'easy' question...thereby getting a hidden jump on the answers making you think he is reading your mind. But in fact it is a trick.

How To: Tag like a real graffiti artist

Graffiti— do you have the guts to get out there and tag some property? There's a whole lot more than just spray paint involved. To be great, you'll need things like a sketchbook, pencils, pens, markers, spray can tips, latex gloves, legal (or illegal) wall, and most importantly… creativity. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be an urban graffiti artist, follow these steps to become da ’hood’s next da Vinci.

How To: Cut a piece of glass with scissors

In this video, we learn how to cut a piece of glass with scissors, water, and a lighter. First, you will need to grab a lighter and place it under the piece of glass that you want to cut to heat it up. Next, you will place your piece of glass into a sink full of water and cut your desired piece. Make sure to cut carefully, as you can get hurt very easily when dealing with sharp edges of glass. Make sure you are keeping the piece of glass you are using completely submerged in the water, along ...

How To: Make an empty can full again

You can learn a magic trick that will make an empty can full again, just watch this how-to video. You need a can of soda, piece of paper, black texta, scissors, and a marker. You trim the paper to best fit the can's mouth, insert a hole behind the can's mouth, and squeeze about 2/3 of the can out. Check out this video magic tutorial and learn how to create the illusion of filling up an empty can.

How To: Cheat on a test in a short sleeve shirt

In this tutorial, we learn how to cheat on a test in a short sleeve shirt. First, take a piece of paper and cut out a circle from it. Make sure it's small so it can fit in the palm of your hand. After this, write down all the answers or information that you need onto this piece of paper. Once you're finished, take the paper and stick it into the palm of your hand. Make sure the writing is facing out towards you. Then, when you need the information you can simply open up your hand, then close ...

How To: Write a review for a podcasts in iTunes

Have you ever wanted to give a Podcast maker a piece of your mind? Did they say something that really irked you, or how about something that really inspired you? In this video, learn how to write a review for a podcast in iTunes. Tell that person what you think!

How To: Use key modulation in a musical piece

This how-to video will show the proper use of key modulation in music. Follow Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio as he takes you through the uses of key modulation in music writing. Watch as he explains the difference between direct modulation and pivot chord modulation. Once you know the different types of modulation, you can learn how to introduce both of them to your music writing as you continue growing as a muscian.

How To: Cheat on a test using tape

If you are not afraid of cheating during an exam or test follow these tips on how you can cheat using tape. Acquire tape, pen or pencil and non-construction paper. Start by writing your notes in the top part of the paper where there is a blank area. Afterwards cut a piece of tape and stick it onto the paper on the part where you wrote your notes. Once you have done this peel the tape slowly from the paper. The notes will be included on the tape practically. Afterwards just stick that piece of...

How To: Write "tree" in Japanese

If you have ever wanted to learn Japanese or even just a few words in the language then this video is perfect for you to begin with. This video will show you how to write the word "tree" in Japanese in a fun creative way. The video takes a picture of an actual tree and redesigns it to become the word tree, but if you want to just learn how to write the word on it's own then a grab a piece of paper, pen and begin with making a horizontal stroke. Next, make a vertical line through the horizonta...

How To: Make a heart-themed card with a treat/candy cup

You will need the following materials: a Green Galore #101768, cut at 4 1/4" by 11' scored at 5 1/2", a piece of Whisper White #100730 cut at 2 1/2" by 1/4", Real Red #102482 cut at 2 3/4" by 1/2", a piece of Whisper White for the door to release the treats from the card, cut at 2" by 2/12", a strip of Real Red cut at 1" by 5 1/2" and a circle of Green Galore with a 1 3/8" circle punch #104401. First use the larger piece of white and the stamp set #120780. Use the clear block #118485 and Gree...

How To: Do a prediction card trick

Learn a unique prediction card trick to impress your friends. Items needed: a deck of cards (with the box), a pen and a piece of paper. Memorize and place 3 cards inside the box before you begin the trick. Make your spectators inspect or shuffle the remaining cards. Place the remaining cards inside the box and make sure your audience does not see the hidden ones inside. Tell your audience that you will make a prediction but do not disclose the number of cards you'll be predicting. Write down ...

How To: Draw a snowman's face

Michael Weisner shows aspiring artists how to draw a snowman's face on a piece of paper using any writing utensil. In order to save time, Michael has drawn a rough outline sketch in pencil to give an idea of what the finished product should look like. However, it is not necessary to do this and by following the directions, one should be able to sufficiently draw a the snowman. First, begin by drawing a circle for the head and then two large circles for the coal eyes, adding detail to show tha...

How To: Crochet a small buttonhole

Watch this instructional crochet video to crochet a small button hole. The visual guidelines are accompanied with written instructions. In this delicate piece of work, it helps to test out the buttonhole to avoid backtracking. You can sew the button on to your crochet work with a regular sewing needle and a piece of yarn.

How To: Get full knight armor in Dead Rising 2

Let's face it, there is nothing more badass than killing zombies in a mall with a little girl's tricycle wearing the full plate mail of a medieval knight. This video will show you how to set that up in Dead Rising 2 by getting all of the four pieces of the knight armor, which will together half all the damage you receive. Well, it shows you an awesome demo of the scene I described above, but to get the pieces simply do the following:

How To: Draw Nami (One Piece)

Learn How to draw Nami (One Piece)I know Nami will be popular to most guys out there. So here it is. She is just too cute to handle. How to draw Nami from One Piece. For the full tutorial with step by step & speed control visit: how to draw.

How To: Make a scrapbook about all of the books you've read

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a scrapbook about all of the books you've read. First, you will want to take a part from the pages that meant the most to you. Type out the text that was written, then glue it onto a similar sized piece of card stock. Adhere this to the top of a picture that has the same theme as the text that you just wrote out. After you do this, decorate your page even more until it's completely finished. You can also take pictures of the books that you have read and ...

How To: Upholster a full occasional chair

This is a demonstration of how to upholster full an occasion chair. First the seat upholster is removed carefully. The new cloth is cut accordingly to the shape. The edges are folded and stitched. The cloth is spread over the seat, tucked under the hand rest stretched to the bottom and nailed. For the hand rest a rectangular cloth of required color is cut. A piece of foam is spread over the hand rest and covered with the upholstery cloth and stapled at the sides and bottom. The back rest is r...

How To: Figure out the key of a written music piece

This video is about how to learn how to calculate what key to play a piece of music in. The instructor tells you that you need to know two things: how to read music notes and how understand the Circle of Fifths. Putting together these two layers of knowledge you can figure out what possible keys the music can be in. You can normally narrow down your possibility to two choices. Normally, the key to choose correlates with the last note in the music.

How To: Cheat on a test or exam with a light

In this video, we learn how to cheat on a test or exam with a light. To do this, you're going to need a small hand held black light and a pen that writes in white. After you have these materials, you will write out the answers and information that you need onto a blank piece of paper with the pen. After you have everything written out, shine the small black light onto the paper. Now you should be able to see the writing as clear as day! Use this on a test and nobody will know you have all the...

How To: Repair the write protection on an SD card

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to repair the write protect on an SD card. An SD card is a non-volatile memory card format that is used in portable devices. If the write protect on a SD card is broken, the user cannot record any files onto the card. To fix this, viewers will need a small piece of scotch tape. Put the tape on the notch of the SD card. Do not cover the metal tabs at the back. This video will benefit those viewers who have a SD card and would like to repair the write p...

How To: Write an annotated bibliography step by step

Oktay1979 takes a look into writing an annotated bibliography. Learn the steps such as citing a source, summarizing your reading, accessing your source, documenting your authors credentials, and reflecting on your source. Each bibliography is usually 150 words long and done in new times roman. You can also get a form to show you how to format the bibliography correctly. Make your writing process unique and accurate. Make sure you're doing your bibliography right by following the correct steps...

How To: Craft a five stitch journal

Learn how to make books! It's easy to construct your own books to use as journals, scrapbooks, notebooks, or sketch books. This is a five stitch method of bookbinding. You will need two pieces of cardboard, writing paper, and old calendar, embroidery floss, a ruler, scissors, rubber bands, double stick tape, Mod Podge and a craft knife.

How To: Cheat on a test wearing a long sleeved shirt

In this tutorial, we learn how to cheat on a test wearing a long sleeved shirt. First, you will need to take a white piece of printer paper and see how large you can cut it so it fits comfortably in your hand without being seen. After this, cut the paper to the size you want it. Then, write out the information that you need onto the piece of paper. From here, you can place the paper inside of your long sleeve, with the answers facing up. Then when you need it, simply pull it out from your sle...

How To: Draw a tree house

This video by Michael Weisner will show viewers how to draw a tree house using a white piece of drawing paper and a writing utensil. In order to save time, the drawing had been roughly outlined in pencil. A rough outline of the desired picture may help before you begin your drawing, otherwise, you may proceed without it. First, you should begin by drawing the base of the tree, which is a simple trunk with roots. Make sure to leave some space along the trunk in the form of missing pieces along...

How To: Do the hot seat card trick

Brian Brushwood teaches you how to do the hot seat card trick. You need a regular deck of cards and the 10th card from the top should be the 3 of spades. The spectator chooses a number between 10 and 20. He takes the cards and deals down that amount of cards from the top. Next, add those two digits and deal that amount of cards. There's a piece of paper in plain view the whole time with the card prediction. Write the 3 of spades on the piece of paper using a regular pen. On top of it write 8 ...

How To: Play the Beatles' "Because" on piano

This video teaches a piano novice how to play the introduction to “Because” by the Beatles, which was written by John Lennon. A close up on the instructor’s hands from above demonstrates the fingering for the piece. The view of the fingering is very important, since this video does not teach you how to read sheet music. Instead, it takes you through the rudimentary fingering. You will not need to know what a quarter rest, an eighth note, or a key signature mean. The instructor plays the intro...

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