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How To: Do the "jacks who would be queens" card trick

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the "Jacks would be Queens" card trick. This trick begins with a story of 4 jacks who all want to become women. The magician begins with 4 identical jack of diamonds. The first jack is the bravest. He goes under the knife and ends up as an ugly woman. The other jacks do the same and all end up as ugly women. In the end, the magician ends up with 4 queen of spades. Users will need 2 jack of diamonds, 3 queen of spades and a fake card with both th...

How To: Perform the floating rice trick

This is a cool trick that creates the illusion that one object appears heavier than the other. Check out the video, and watch Steve Spangler perform this trick and teach you how to do it! This trick, dating back thousands of years, uses two identical bottles of rice and chopsticks. One bottle appears to be lighter than the other and floats up.

How To: Enhance your Final Cut Studio projects with EQ matching in Soundtrack Pro

Need to make two recorded audio parts sound identical? Use the Match EQ feature in Sountrack Pro. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular motion graphics and compositing software or a seasoned video professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Knife someone's face with a knife without digital fx

Learn how to knife someone in the face without using digital effects with this video tutorial. You will learn how to perform this effect without needing a computer and without actually hurting someone. You will need a hat and two identical knives. Cut the blade on one of the knives very carefully. Next, affix the knife to the hard hat or whatever hat you are using for this trick. The actor throwing the knife should pretend as though he is throwing the knife, but he won't actually be doing it....

How To: Make a blooming paper flower

This video shows us how to make a blooming paper flower. To start, you shall first draw a flower on your computer, using paint or other similar program. The flower should be simple, a circle with eight identical pedals arranged around it. Print your drawing and, using a pair of scissors, cut your flower out leaving no excess paper. Take each pedal and fold it inwards towards the center of your circle. Now, get a bowl that will easily accommodate your flower and fill it with enough water to al...

How To: Fold a 3D origami kusudama meteoroid

Kusudama origami is more of a work of art than just plain old paper folding. It's not only crafty, it's mathematical. Japanese kusudama is created by sewing multiple identical pyramidal units together to form a 3D paper model, like this 3D meteoroid.

How To: Play "Lazy Eye" by Silversun Pickups on guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Lazy Eye" by Silversun Pickups on guitar. This is a riff based song, so you will need to learn how to use a lot of riffs to play it. First, play the open 11 and open 9 chords, which are going to be the most common in the entire song. The riffs are structured as two measures each with four beats. Each should be almost identical, so play it out to see if you have the sound correct while you are playing. Continue to play the song all the way through, keeping ...

How To: Sing octave and unison

This video tutorial is in the Music & Instruments category which will show you how to sing octave and unison. Unison singing is two or more people singing on the same note. The singing has to be in sync. It is important to make sure that the phrasing and the lines are together. Also the tones should be identical. One should not be too loud or overbearing. Octave singing is like unison singing except for the fact that one person will be above or below the other person in terms of tones and not...

How To: Make duct tape flip flops

This video is about how to make duct tape flip flops. For this you need cardboard, scissors, and three different colored tapes. Follow a few easy steps: cut two identical slipper shapes out of cardboard. Paste the first colored tape on the cut pieces. Fold second colored tape three times to make it thinner. With the help of the scissors create a hole and pass the second colored tape through it. Paste the tape at the back. With the last tape, strengthen the joints above the hole.

How To: Make a crunchy shrimp sushi roll

This video shows you how to make a crunchy shrimp sushi roll. The first step is to roll out the rise of a stick roller. You then lay seaweed down over the rice and add the type of meat of your choice to the roll. You then use the roller to compress all of the content together correctly. You then cut the roll into 16 identical pieces to complete the procedure. This instructor has many other videos on similar ways to make this type of sushi.

How To: Origami a multifacted swan

Turn an ugly duckling of 700 rather boring identical origami pieces into a beautiful swan by watching this tutorial, getting a few shots of Starbucks espresso, and enslaving yourself to the task for the next couple of days.

How To: Use parent forms in Microsoft Visual Studio

When programming in Visual Studio, you may find yourself creating any number of all-but-identical windows. This can be tedious and time consuming. This tutorial discusses the deadly and dangerous task of using a form as a parent for the development of other forms in Visual Studio, using C# in this particular example. For more information on designating a form as a parent, take a look.

How To: Simply read a binary clock

Sydus 93 teaches You Tubers how to read a binary clock by demonstrating the following process: A binary clock is made up of four rows and six columns of colored or uncolored dots. The rows, from bottom to top, represent the numbers one, two, four and eight. From left to right, columns one and two represent hours, three and four minutes and five and six are seconds. In order to tell time using the binary clock, begin at the left of your chart and simply determine which dots are filled in and a...

How To: Make a towel cake for a bridal shower or event

Learn how to make a towel cake for a bridal shower with this video! To make a towel cake start by folding a towel into a flat square. Then take a second towel and fold it in half. Lay the half folded towel on the table. Lay the towel that is folded into a square on the middle of the towel folded in half. Fold one end of the half folded towel over the folded towel and tuck it under. Then take the other side of the towel and fold it over and tuck it under making a larger folded towel square. Ta...

How To: Determine if lines are parallel or perpendicular

In this tutorial, we learn how to determine if lines are parallel or perpendicular. You will be given two straight line equations. First, remember that parallel lines have equal slope, identical to each other. Perpendicular lines have negative reciprocal slopes. For example, 2/3 and -3/2 would be a perpendicular line. If you think of parallel lines, then you can graph them to see what they look like when written down. Then, graph the other lines to see what they look like as well. Once you un...

How To: Knife someone in the face with film effects & tricks

In this tutorial, we learn how to knife someone in the face with film effects & tricks. This effect is mostly done in the camera and not in computer software. First, get two identical knives and a hat you don't mind ruining. Then, remove the blade from one of the knives and fix it to the hat. Once you have the knife set up, put your actors in place. When you do this part, use caution to make sure you don't throw the knife at anyone. Throw this into the air, then take the shot to the person wi...

How To: Renew a US passport

In this tutorial, Laurie Lee-Partner teaches us how to renew a US passport. First, you can only renew your passport if you have the current one and it expired less than five days ago. You will first need government form ds-82 and remember to sign it in black or blue ink, then send it in. Next, you will have to send in your passport that has already expired or is going to expire. Next, you will need two identical passport photos that have been taken in the last six months. They must be in colo...

How To: Combine like terms

In order to combine like terms, you need to look at the variables. Terms can only be combined if the variables are all identical. The first thing that you would have to do is look for matching variables. In the example, x + 2x5 + y2 - 9x - 2x5 + 5y2, you should try to see which ones match. Then, group them together. Match the x's with the x's and the y's with y's. Therefore x - 9x = - 8x. 2x5 - 2x5 = 0. Y2 + 5y2 = 6y2.

How To: Grow paperwhite narcissus bulbs in a vase

We are shown by a nursery manager how to grow Paper White Narcissus. While not hardy outdoors they are simple to grown indoors. We are shown how to grow in a vase or pot. For the vase, pebbles are placed on the bottom then about two inches of water. The bulbs are put tips up roots down, then a little more pebbles on top. The potted version is filled with a moist soil and water mixture. The bulbs are placed identical with soil lightly on top. With the pot a flowering support structure is place...

How To: Multiply rational expressions with opposite signs

In this video the instructor shows how to multiply and write rational expressions in lowest terms. The fist thing you need to do is cancel out the common factors in the numerator and the denominator. You can cancel a term in the top with a term in the bottom even if they are diagonal as long as one is in numerator and the other is in the denominator. After cancellation if you have a term in numerator and an identical term in the denominator but with opposite signs, then pull out the negative ...

How To: Make a cool paper box

The box requires 2 6"x6" sheets of paper in 12 colors, that is 24 sheets in total, as well as one 6.25"x6.25" and one 6.5"x6.5" piece of paper, both preferably of the same color. Construction will also require some paper glue at certain points. The construction of the box is sectional; there is an outer box, with the inside "concertina" mechanism formed from 12 identical units glued together. The sectional nature of the construction would lend itself well to people working in groups in a clas...

How To: Create modules with PHP for your website

Many sites do not use any fancy Content Managment System (CMS) to generate their pages, they are just just good ol' static HTML content. A site for your grandmothers pie baking business probably only has a few pages, perhaps a homepage, about page, and contact page. Each of these pages has different main content, but much of it stays exactly the same, like the header, navigation, and footer. Think of these sections as "modules" that you can easily use PHP to insert into the page. This way, ma...

How To: Draw a hand from memory from the thumb perspective

SOLOMATION Cy Porter, the owner of the mentioned website demonstrates how to draw a hand from the thumb perspective. He says that this tutorial is to bring out the thumb's measurement and relation to the rest of the hand. First he draws the palm and the wrist, giving as a square shape to the palm. The he draws the first joint of the thumb saying that the center point of the line joining the knuckles and the wrist and the center point of the thumb's first joint forms an arc. Then he draws the ...

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