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How To: Fold an origami paper football

This origami video shows you how to make a paper football (American rules football). This is probably one of the first folds I ever learned to make, and I don't really consider it origami... but at the same time, I thought it might be fun since the BCS football bowl games and NFL playoffs are just around the corner. So make your own paper football and have a little fun playing office football while the boss isn't around.

How To: Create actions for batch processing in Photoshop CS4

If you use Photoshop for work or regularly for fun, there are repetitive tasks that have probably made you want to throw your fancy monitor out the window to vent your boredom. Fortunately, there's help. This video will teach you how to create actions for batch processing in Photoshop CS4, allowing you to automate processes that you repeat regularly and saving you time and the money you would have spent on a new monitor.

How To: Make a mold using an epoxy fiberglass layup

Check out this video to learn how to make a professional epoxy fiberglass layup and epoxy laminating systems. This process is ideal for working on larger projects, a typical 'fiberglass layup' is a popular process for those who need a large, strong, and lightweight tool.This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Get Floating Chat Head Notifications for All Apps on Your Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The HTC First (aka "Facebook phone") has been a bigger disappointment than Dwyane Wade in this year's NBA playoffs. AT&T even dropped the price to $0.99 (with a contract) a mere month after its release. When they realized that the price drop wasn't enough to increase sales, they decided to just discontinue the damn thing altogether. Although the phone itself isn't doing so well, one feature from the Facebook-centric device that people actually seem to like is Chat Heads. On the HTC First, Cha...

How To: Watch the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII Game Live Online and on Your Phone

It's finally here. After months of amazing games and one of the best playoffs I've seen in years, two teams have finally made it to the top of the mountain. The Baltimore Ravens and the San Fransisco 49ers are set to square off February 3rd at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana for Super Bowl 47. Historically, the most watched event on television is the Super Bowl, but that's exactly where the problem lies—television.

How To: Resize photos with automation in Photoshop

In this video tutorial by photoshopuniverse, from Free Photoshop Video Tutorials, shows you how to automate the process of resizing images using Photoshop, primarily for sending over the internet. The guide takes you through the step by step process of creating a new action to record the process of resizing an image. Using this recorded action, you will learn how to go about applying that action to an entire folder, which will resize all the images contained in that folder.

How To: Make a clear silicone rubber mold

This is an excellent video that covers creating a clear silicone rubber mold to deal with a complex parting line or irregular shape. When a project requires a complex parting line, it is often easier to pour the entire mold in one process with clear rubber, then cut your parting line. This process also saves at least a day in creating the mold. This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Process large-format sheet film in trays

In the digital age, old fashioned film processing and developing may seem outmoded and obsolete. However, for professional and aspiring professional photographer who want o make classic-looking prints, this is far from the case. This three-part video describes how to do tray processing yourself for large-format sheets. It breaks down the equipment you will need, the advantages and disadvantages, and of course how to go about processing you own film sheets. The dark room is back!

How To: Speed up process time when highlighting hair at home

Wish there were a way to speed up process time when highlighting hair? It's easy! And this clip will show you how it's done. So easy, in fact, that this home beauty video tutorial can presenta complete and thorough overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this handy hairstyling how-to.

How To: Create iPhone app icons in Photoshop

Whether you want to create a custom icon for an iPhone app or simply ape the glossy style, with Adobe Photoshop, the process is a snap. And this free graphic design tutorial will walk you through the entire process. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, watch this handy designer's how-to.

How To: Work with repro laminating system

Check out this video for creating a one piece mold using a repro laminating system. This is a professional video not for beginners. The repro laminating system is ideal for working on medium-sized projects, this process is easier, faster, and more economical than the epoxy laminating system. This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Make simple one piece silicone rubber molds

Check out this video for how to create simple one piece silicone rubber molds. This technique is ideal for smaller projects (less than 12" x 12"), this is the easiest process for creating parts, patterns, tools, & molds. We demonstrate creating a silicone rubber mold and then the casting of parts with Repro, epoxy casting resins and polyurethane elastomers. This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Process panoramic photos in Lightroom

Here’s a video on how to process your panos in Lightroom. Learn how to take those raw files and process them with a panorama in mind (it’s really a lot like processing a regular photo with just a small change at the end). We’ll process them in Lightroom and then take it through the Photomerge feature in Photoshop to finish things off.

How To: Make a 3 part mold and use paste laminating systems

Check out this video to learn how to use the paste laminating system and three part mold-making techniques. This is an advanced process that is not for beginners. This process is for working on medium to large projects, this is a labor-saving process for those who need a large, strong tool in the least amount of time possible. This video also demonstrates three-part mold construction. This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Make mashed potatoes from a box

This video goes through the basic step by step process of preparing Betty Crocker instant potatoes. It shows all the ingredients you will need as well as all of the utensils. This video also provide additional information on alternative methods of heating, such as using a microwave. This is a very informational, step by step video of the preparation process of these potatoes, and would be very helpful for someone wanting to better understand the process of preparing this dish.

How To: Solder copper pipes

This informational video from YouTube user curlmarx takes us through the step by step process of how to take on the intimidating process of soldering, or "sweating" copper pipes for the do it yourselfer at home. He illustrates the materials and tools you will need to successfully complete this type of plumbing project. Those of you who have never taken on a task like this will much appreciate the effort of this author to illustrate the complete process in a detailed and easy to follow informa...

How To: Make raw chocolate-pecan crust

Chaya Ryvka from Raw living foods teaches to make raw chocolate-pecan crust. You will need: pecans, raw cocoa nuts and powder, dates, vanilla, salt and food processor. First put the pecans into the food processor. Later add the raw cocoa nuts (make sure its raw ) and raw cocoa powder. At last add some fresh organic dates and a pinch of salt in the food processor. Now process all the ingredients until the crust starts to rise and repeat the process until all the nuts are broken down. Now add t...

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