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How To: Draw snowy pines with colored pencil

To draw snowy pines in colored pencil, depict the tree with snow weighing down the branches and with snow dunes in the background. Learn to depict snow on trees with tips from a professional illustrator in this free instructional video on drawing. All you need are a few tips and tricks to master the art of drawing snowy pines.

How To: Simulate snow in Photoshop

Learn how to simulate snow in your photograph in this video tutorial by photoshopuniverse. For this you'll need a photo depicting winter scenery. Add a new layer, fill it in with black, go to filer noise and add noise as shown using the given amounts. Go to filter effects and add blur to the layer. Go to images and adjust the levels to reduce the snow-flakes as shown. And add some motion blur to it. Change the blend mode to screen, duplicate the layer, rotate the new layer, apply the filter c...

How To: Use green screen software PhotoKey

This video is about the use of PhotoKey. It is surely an excellent sales pitch. The video clearly depicts the benefits and advantages of PhotoKey. The easy and short ways to edit background, delete objects and also adjust light to make the photo look more real. PhotoKey is very user friendly and does magic to the project for which it is used. The video by itself makes the viewer feel that this is the best and easiest tool available to edit pictures to their own needs. It also gives informatio...

How To: Make a CCTV monitor effect in After Effects

CCTV's (closed-circuit televisions) are more common than ever before, and have become more and more popular to depict in films and in video games like Manhunt. This video will teach you how to create a CCTV monitor effect akin to what a security guard would see on their camera monitor using After Effects. This will work great for any horror movie that you might be shooting, the effect is very creepy.

How To: Sculpt fabric in 3D using Zbrush

Fabric is challenging to depict in art because of its many folds and the complex ways that light plays off of it. This video from accredited 3D art instructor Andrew Klein will teach you how to sculpt fabric using the popular 3D sculpting program Zbrush. He outlines the forces that can be applied to fabric and how to model those forces digitally in your art.

How To: Make claymation

There's something magical about stop-motion animation made with clay, it's an ideal medium for depicting strange transformations. In this short tutorial you'll learn how to make a simple claymation movie of your own. The video introduces you to some of the materials you'll need, shows you a little about animating and takes you through some of the steps to upload your animation onto your computer for editing.

How To: Create a compound fracture special effect prop

Compound factures are the most gruesome and scary sort of fracture, and their visceral visual appeal leads to them being commonly depicted in films. This video demonstrates how to make a compound facture effect on the arm of one of your actors, replete with protruding bone and fake blood, for $35. For any indie filmmaker on a budget, this film will help you freak out your audiences and portray the real depth of your character's suffering.

How To: Origami a fox puppet

Watch this instructional origami video to fold an origami fox puppet. Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox. Japanese folklore depicts foxes as intelligent magical creatures who can sometimes assume human form. Fold this origami fox puppet to make your kitsune talk and tell stories. Don't forget to draw a cute face on your origami fox.

How To: Make a fake single barrel pump-action shotgun prop

Shotguns are great for obliterating things that are close to you. Single barrel pump-action shotguns are the one most readily available to most folks, and if you want to depict one in one of your films without buying one or risking injury to your actors, this video will help you. It will show you how to make a prop shotgun out of cardboard and some other tools that looks pretty realistic and will let you shoot with guns without risking shooting anyone.

How To: Make a Captain Fordo from Star Wars Lego minifigure

No Star Wars Lego battlefield depicting the events of the popular animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is complete without Clone Trooper Captain Fordo. This video will help you to remedy any Fordo deficiencies in your battleground scene by teaching you how to construct a minifigure of Captain Fordo. There, now your Arc Trooper army is complete.

How To: Draw a graffiti skull spraycan character with Wizard

The spraycan is the most important tool in most graffiti artists arsenal, and is often depicted in the tags themselves. This video from graffiti master Wizard demonstrates how to draw a skull / spraycan / pimp character with a menacing sneer on its bony face and a cane in its hand. Follow this demonstration done in black marker to improve your tagging skills before you take it to the street.

How To: Draw feathers

To draw birds accurately, you'll need to master drawing feathers. Feathers can be tricky, but if you can learn how to draw them you'll be able to depict birds with grace and accuracy. In this video, the artist walks you through the process, from selecting the materials to drawing the finished feathers.

How To: Do a Wolf Whistle

Use the piercing whistle in this how-to video on strangers at your own peril. Although it's commonly depicted as a pick-up method, it may not be particularly effective in that regard. All the same, the wolf whistle is a classic and will definitely be attention grabbing. Watch this video, and you may even be able to apply it as a practical joke of sorts.

How To: Use Flickr to share photos on the Internet

Flickr is the most known and dependable photo sharing website to date, so if you haven't made an account yet, you better now, if you want to share your precious photos with family, friends, and even the whole world! Flickr allows you to store digital photographs online and share them with other people.

How To: Create clipped letterboxes in video using Premiere Pro

Hype Williams is one of the world's premiere music video producers. One effect that he likes to use, like in the The Offspring video depicted in the thumbnail for this video, is a clipped letterbox effect. This effect allows you to show several video clips on screen at once layered on top of one another. This video will teach you how to create this effect yourself in Adobe Premiere Pro.

How To: Make a blood burst machine for film

Alright, so you have some fake blood, and you want to use it in your movie. Unless you are showing a wound after it has happened, and if you want to do anything depicting people getting shot, you are going to have to find a way to make the blood "shoot" out of the wound when it happens. This video features instructions for making a homemade blood burst machine that you can use to make your actors spurt blood when they get shot, sliced, or whatever else you plan on making happen to them.

How To: Create an optical illusion with any color photo

This will show you how to take negative afterimages to another level. By introducing a negative color photo and then immediately incorporating a black and white version of the same photo, you will perceive the black and white photo in full color (the way the color photo was meant to look). This can be done with any color photo, along with any photo editing program, like Adobe Photoshop.

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