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How To: Draw the head of a Native American Indian chief

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw the head of a Native American Indian chief. First, you will draw the outline of the head as well as the head dress that he is wearing. Draw in lines to show where the jaw lines, cheeks, and other facial features are. After this, draw in the details of the face then get to work on the headdress. Add in details to this, then start to add in colors to it, making it as colorful as you would like it to be. When finished, add in some feathers at the bottom and...

How To: Play the Native American kiowa flute

In this tutorial, we learn how to play the Native American kiowa flute. This is a very easy flute to play and has a very melodic sound to it. It is a double chambered flute and has soft and sensitive tones. There are knots that separate the chambers of the flute from each other. You will place your fingers on top of the different holes as you are blowing into the flute to make different sounds come out. When the air splits, you will hear different sounds coming out and can learn the notes tha...

How To: Yodel like a native Austrian

So you'd like to know how to yodel, would you? Well, you've certainly arrived in the right place (as this guide won't teach you to do much else). Fortunately, yodeling is quite easy. So easy, in fact, that this guide can present a complete breakdown of the technique in just three minutes' time. For a detailed overview, and to get started yodeling in the style of a native Austrian yourself, watch this free video yodeling lesson.

How To: Make your lawn more environmentally friendly

Eric with Real World Green explains how to make your lawn more environmentally friendly. First, let your grass go dormant in the summer and don't water it as much. When you mow your lawn, consider using a push reel mower. A mower with a gas engine pollutes more than modern cars do. If you are going to use a gas engine mower, keep the blades sharp for a more efficient job. Use a mulching mower, because yard waste takes up a lot of space in landfills. Consider tearing up some of your lawn and p...

How To: The Fastest Way to Share Your Location via Messages on Your iPhone

Apple makes it simple to share your location with your family and friends using tools built into the "info" page for each conversation thread in Messages. With those tools, you can send your current location or share trackable real-time coordinates. But iOS always has a few hidden tricks to make things easier than they seem, and that's precisely the case if all you need to do is share your current location.

How To: Use the new features in Avid's Pro Tools 9

Move over Pro Tools LE— Pro Tools 9 is here! One of the most exciting things about Pro Tools 9 is that there's more tracks without having to have a Toolkit. Another great thing is being able to run Pro Tools without having to use Digidesign, M-Audio or any Avid hardware. Also, there's Delay Compensation Engine on a native system that doesn't require HD hardware or HD native. And this is just the beginning. To see more of the features in Pro Tools 9, watch this overview video.

How To: Identify problems with pecans & pruning grapevines

Master Gardener Rosamarie Maddox asks John White, Doña Ana County Extension Agent, about problems facing her pecans, grapevines, and native shrubs. An unidentified insect found on her pecan tree is identified by John White as a Twice Stabbed Ladybug. This ladybug is a useful insect that often over-winters on the tree and helps takes care of the aphid problems faced by pecans. Pink fuzzy coating on pecan nuts is also brought up. The coating is normal for pecan and contains bitter tannin. Too m...

How To: Make delicious cornbread

Whether you're eating it with chili or just by itself, cornbread is a delicious snack. It's an interesting meal, that has been around since the early years of Native Americans and uses cornmeal rather than yeast. So in this tutorial find out how to make delicious cornbread from your home. Enjoy!

How To: Record Your iPhone's Screen Without the Annoying Red Bar or Bubble

Native screen recording, one of the hottest features that Apple included in iOS 11 and later, is easily started from the optional Control Center toggle on your iPhone. From there, you can stop recording from the same place or from the red status bar or bubble. It's a very convenient addition to iOS, but there's one obvious downside — that red indicator, which can appear in your recordings.

How To: Silence the Annoying Camera Shutter Sound on Your Samsung Galaxy S3

SNAP. That's the sound of your Samsung Galaxy S3's camera going off. Not that big of deal, unless you're trying to take some top secret pics or some candid shots of your friends. The shutter sound gives you away, and the next thing you know, you're deleting pictures. On most other smartphones, if the users turns the phone on silent or vibrate, the shutter sound is killed. If that doesn't do the trick, usually muting the shutter sound itself in the settings will do the trick. But for some of y...

How To: Set up Native Instrument's Traktor Scratch system

This video is a tutorial for setting up Native Instruments' Traktor Scratch system. While the setup can seem a bit confusing, with this video's help, you will be able to setup and use your system easily. You should practice setting this system up repeatedly, especially if you intend to use it in live performance, so that setup is quick, and troubleshooting is straight forward rather than a sweaty, nervous mess!

How To: Create a new session in Pro Tools 9

Before you can get started recording or mixing in Pro Tools 9, you'll need to create a new session for your project. This free video software tutorial from Lynda presents a complete and thorough overview of the process. Whether you're new to Pro Tools or just new to Pro Tools 9, Avid's first native, software-only version of their popular Pro Tools DAW, you're sure to find much of value in this brief video.

How To: Count from 0 to 20 in Finnish

Finnish is an unusual language, which can make it tricky for foreigners to learn. Instead of relying on a book, the Learn Finnish video language-learning tutorial series shows a photograph of a vocabulary term while pronouncing the word in Finnish. This technique allows the student to associate the object itself, rather than the term in their native tongue, will the Finnish word, thus allowing for maximum comprehension and absorption. In this video segment, numbers, or "numerot" in Finnish, f...

How To: Count from 10-100 in Finnish

Finnish is an unusual language, which can make it tricky for foreigners to learn. Instead of relying on a book, the Learn Finnish video language-learning tutorial series shows a photograph of a vocabulary term while pronouncing the word in Finnish. This technique allows the student to associate the object itself, rather than the term in their native tongue, will the Finnish word, thus allowing for maximum comprehension and absorption. In this video segment, numbers, or "numerot" in Finnish, f...

How To: Pronounce the vowels in the Finnish alphabet

Finnish is an unusual language, which can make it tricky for foreigners to learn. Instead of relying on a book, the Learn Finnish video language-learning tutorial series shows a photograph of a vocabulary term while pronouncing the word in Finnish. This technique allows the student to associate the object itself, rather than the term in their native tongue, will the Finnish word, thus allowing for maximum comprehension and absorption. In this video segment, the vowels, "vokaalit" in Finnish, ...

How To: Kern and typeset in Cinema 4D

Despite a lack of native kerning tools for typesetting in Cinema 4D, it is possible with a little bit of effort. Letters and characters can be spaced individually using Mograph and the plane effector. Another solution is to first kern the entire block of text externally using Illustrator and Photoshop, and then import into Cinema 4D.

How To: Read and write Hangul

Check out this Korean language tutorial to learn how to read and write Hangul. This is the native alphabet of the Korean language. Watch the first video in the series, "How to Read and Write Hangul." Romanization is not the most effective method of writing Korean, so learn how to read and write the Hangul alphabet with this instructional Korean video.

How To: Change Android's Language & Locale on a Per-App Basis

Android clearly wasn't made with bilingual users in mind. When you set a default system locale, every app on your phone uses that region's language—and there's no granular control here. This really becomes an issue if you use social media or news apps that are primarily in a different language, because apps are generally written in the developer's native tongue, then poorly translated to all other languages.

News: How Zero-Day Exploits Are Bought & Sold

Most of you already know that a zero-day exploit is an exploit that has not yet been revealed to the software vendor or the public. As a result, the vulnerability that enables the exploit hasn't been patched. This means that someone with a zero-day exploit can hack into any system that has that particular configuration or software, giving them free reign to steal information, identities, credit card info, and spy on victims.

How To: Convert FLAC to ALAC using iTunes and Fluke

One of the many significant problems with Apple's ubiquitous iTunes music player and iPod MP3 players is their lack of native support for FLAC, the highest-quality type of condensed digital music file. This video features step-by-step instruction for converting your FLAC files into ALAC files, which have similar quality and can be played on on your iPod.

How To: Conserve water in your home

Australian native Scott's biggest concern is water conservation. By overhauling his bathroom, hot water, heater and backyard, Scott saves $360 a year on water costs. Learn how you can save money and conserve water by renovating your plumbing with this how to video.