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How To: Paint a beached whaler seascape with Jim Ingraham

Painter Jim Ingraham shows the steps of painting a marine landscape in this video tutorial. Watch as a prepared canvas transforms into a seascape, complete with the beach, the ocean, and the sky. Render and mix paints as you go, this technique is not particularly rigid. Watch this video painting tutorial series and learn how to create a seascape.

How To: Arrange a dozen red roses in a vase for your home

Are you looking for a simple floral design that will delight friends and family as a winter holiday centerpiece? Or perhaps you would like to do something a little more special with those dozen roses you bought as a romantic gesture? If so, look no further, because Jim Daniel, The Flower God, has a quick and easy floral arrangement to help make any occasion special! Useful tips such as including pine cones at the bottom of your vase to add more dimensions, as well as act as an anchor for the ...

How To: Cook and peel hard boiled eggs

Jason Bill teaches us how to cook and peel hard boiled eggs. The music for this video plays in both ears, however the audio for Jim's voice only plays in the right ear. He first teaches us that soft boiled or raw eggs do not spin well. Hard boiled eggs instead spin and eventually stand up. Do not place the eggs into boiling water but rather put the eggs in and then boil the water. He then peels the ends and blows into the egg in order to peel it.

How To: Create a bent wood trellis

Whenever you design elements for your garden, you should always keep in mind, that the more natural they are the better they seem to fit in. That's exactly what is done when you create this rustic bent wood trellis. But others have taken this idea a step further. In this how to video, Jim Long, author of the book Making Bentwood Arbors and Trellises, explains how to create these artistic garden ornaments.

News: Ford Appoints Self-Drive Chief as CEO

After Ford's CEO Mark Fields' three-year tenure failed to keep up with the driverless industry and resulted in a 40% drop in shares since Field's took over in 2014, Ford is going in a new direction. Jim Hackett, who was previously chairman of Ford's self-driving division, has succeeded Fields as the company's new CEO.

How To: Send Postlets to Facebook

Jim Reppond of Coldwell Banker Bain demonstrates the way of getting postlets into Facebook. He says that by adding the postlets in your Facebook page, one can click on the link and directly go the postlets page if they are interested. He asks you to then go to the postlets page and log in using your username and password. Once inside, you can click on the 'My Postlets' tab to see your active postlets. Then chose the postlet you want to add to Facebook and click on the respective 'HOST' button...

How To: Juggle three balls like a professional

This is the first of 3 steps that will show you how to juggle three balls. Jim the juggler demonstrates how to get them up and going. Step 1 begins with one ball, so be patient, you need to work your way up! (WMP files and smaller videos are available at the root directory)

How To: Make Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" in Ableton

Remember Prodigy's massive hit "Smack My Bitch Up" released in 1997? The band's twelfth single, the song scored some serious airplay by deejays across the country. In this video, learn how to make Prodigy's legendary track "Smack My Bitch Up" in Ableton. Hosted by Jim Pavloff, this video goes over which samples were used by Liam of Prodigy for this hair raising track.

How To: Flush the RV hot water tank

Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing, shows you how to do essential RV maintenance by cleaning out the hot water tank. It is recommended that the hot water tank is cleaned at least once a year, or more if it is more heavily used. This procedure will remove dirt and scale that can shorten the life of your tank. Follow the simple instructions outlined in this instructional RV maintenance video to learn how to flush the RV hot water tank.

How To: Learn studio product photography tricks

This instructional photography video with Jim Talkington explores various studio photography tricks. Whether shooting products or people, the whole reason for studio lighting is to be able to define the things you want to define and to minimize the things you don't want to see in the photograph. Practice these tips and improve your photography skills.

How To: Learn tabletop studio photography with mirrors

This instructional photography video with Jim Talkington explores tabletop studio photography done with mirrors. Use just one light and several mirrors to light your subject. You can also use silver poster board or white poster board to reflect the light from the strobe. Mirrors are the best way to reflect most of the light in your shoot. Practice these tips and improve your photography skills.

How To: Power up your RV shower head

Professor of RVing Jim Twamley demonstrates how to install a new revolutionary shower head, the Oxygenics Body Spa. Follow the instructions outlined in this video tutorial to learn how to install the new shower head as well as how to remove the old shower head. Start showering in luxury with the Oxygenics Body spa shower head.

How To: Light a '57 Chevy in the photo studio

Watch this instructional photography video with Jim Talkington and learn how to light a '57 Chevy in a photo studio. This is a beautiful car, but it prevents some challenges in photographing the shiny paint and chrome surface. In this tutorial, experiment how to set up the lighting. This video is great for car aficionados. Practice these tips and improve your photography skills.

How To: Master the classic three light studio portrait

Watch this instructional photography video with Jim Talkington and learn how to light a studio portrait using three lights. This is the classic three light portrait technique using a main light, fill card, hair light and background light in the photo studio. Adding additional lights should bring out texture, extra detail, and three dimensionality. Practice these tips and improve your photography skills.

How To: Use Spread Offense to Improve a Youth Football Team

The spread offense is the newest, most exciting offense to come out of college football. It creates a lot of exciting big plays and confounds more old-fashioned defensive formations and coaching. This video explains some of the basic formations and techniques of the spread offense so that you can use it to improve the performance of you 11-12 year old's football team. If Jim Tressel can't figure out how to stop it, the opposing coach that you are facing in your youth's league probably won't b...

How To: Find the secret palmistry meaning in the fingers

Just because it's called palm reading doesn't mean it's only "palm" reading. Palmistry involves more than mere palms — it looks at all parts of the grasping side of the hand, including the fingers. And in this two-part video from Jim Winter, a professional palmist, tarot reader, face reader and graphologist, you will learn the secret, underlying meaning behind a person's fingers. Knowing the digits is just as important as knowing the sweaty palm.

How To: Check your RV lighting system with hand signals

Professor of RVing Jim Twamley shows you how one RVing couple uses hand signals to check their lighting system before getting underway. Watch this RV tutorial to learn what the hand signals for high beam headlights, fog lights, right and left turn signals. Check your RV lighting system with this method to ensure your lights are all in working condition.

How To: Cook Jamaican jerk chicken

Here is Jamaica's most famous contribution to the culinary world. In this how to video chef Jim shows you how to make Jamaican jerk chicken. This poultry recipe is sure to remind you of the warm breezes of the Caribbean.

How To: Make a chunky tomato gazpacho

Here is the famous cold soup of Spain and the solution for that overflow of tomatoes in your garden. Watch this how to video as Chef Jim shows you how to make a healthy chunky gazpacho. Gather some onions, garlic, olive oil, red wine vinegar, tomatoes, bell peppers, cilantro, cucumbers and tomato paste for this delicious gazpacho recipe.

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