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How To: Get the Pixel's Solid Nav Bar Buttons (Or Color Yours In) on Other Phones — No Root Needed

Google's own devices have always been the first to get new Android features — but unlike the Nexus series, last year's Pixel phones have a handful of exclusive tweaks that were never intended to trickle down to other devices once the newer Android version rolled out to them. These Pixel exclusives included the Pixel launcher and a unique set of on-screen navigation buttons.

How To: Make (non-Newtonian) Oobleck from corn starch & water

Mr. O shows his audience in this video how to make oobleck, a slime-like substance which has a variety of unique properties. For this project, you will need a mixing bowl, food coloring, corn starch, a measuring cup, and water. First, color the water with food coloring to a color which is much darker than the color you would like. You will need the correct ratio of water to cornstarch, in a 1 to 2 ratio. Add some water to the bowl and add the cornstarch, then add the rest of the water. Finall...

How To: Make a lightsaber image using final cut express

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a light saber or similar image in the Final Cut Express program. First, go to the effects tab and go to video generators and select color solid. Drag this to the viewer. Go to the control tab and select the blue color. Now drag it to the time line. Double effect the color solid and go to mask shape. Select filters and change the effects settings to 2.5 horizontal scale. For the vertical scale, select 75 to 85. Go to the effects, video effects, ...

How To: Paint a fade on your model cars

If you want to paint a fade on your model cars you should first pick colors that will work well with each other. First, you should plan out your step. Divide the car into parts of the car where you will places your colors. You should designate where you mixing and solid areas are before you begin to paint. You should carry your mixes far and blend them well. When you do this, you'll want to lift up your airbrush a little bit. For fading, go to a solid color, and as you go to a new color lift ...

How To: Use Custom Background Colors & Translucent Overlays in Instagram Stories

On Instagram, you can write text over any picture or video in your Story, but it may be hard to get your message across with a distracting background. Although there is a "Type" option for Stories, which allows you to write text over colorful gradient backgrounds, the selection is limited to just over twenty options, and there are no options for solid colored backgrounds or translucent overlays.

How To: Transform a photo into a flashy poster in Photoshop

Pixel Perfect is the "perfect" show to help you with your Photoshop skills. Be amazed and learn as master digital artist Bert Monroy takes a stylus and a digital pad and treats it as Monet and Picasso do with oil and canvas. Learn the tips and tricks you need to whip those digital pictures into shape with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. In this episode, Ben shows you how to transform a photo into a flashy poster in Photoshop.

How To: Convert images to spot colors using Photoshop

In screen printing, Photoshop can be a powerful tool. If you have a jpg, tif, eps, or other type of file in which you can't alter, printing from Photoshop will give you too many separations. Here is a way to take a simple design in Photoshop and convert it to spot colors in order to print solid colors instead of mixing inks.

How To: Use the extract filter tool in Photoshop CS2

In this video tutorial you will learn to use the Photoshop extract filter to extract images from the background. The trick works best for erasing mostly solid-colored, contrasting backgrounds. Photoshop also does a nice job of getting rid of the color halo problem – but you may have to do some additional touch-up work at the end.

Walkthrough Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker on the PSP

Grab your PSP and get ready to ROCK Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker! This video walkthrough guide will take you through every mission, from the main ones to the secondary ones. Follow along and learn the tips and tricks to the gameplay so you can beat the game yourself! Peace Walker is the fifth installment in the Metal Gear series.

How To: Use the Gradient Mesh Tool in Illustrator

In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, Bert Monroy from PixelPerfect shows you how to use the Gradient Mesh tool, which lets you divide pretty much any shape (like an apple) into a mesh. Wish a mesh created, you can alter the color of an intersecting point of the mesh with a solid color. This tool will help give your Illustrator objects more dimension and realism.

How To: Tie dye cool clothes

Express your colorful personality with the power of tie die! Turn your boring plain colored t-shirts from solid colored to multi-colored by tie-dying your way to becoming a fashion plate! In this video, learn how to tie dye your clothes to make something new, from something old.

How To: Manipulate eye color in Adobe Photoshop CS3 or CS4

This video guides you through a process you can use in Adobe Photoshop CS3 or CS4 in order to change a persons eye color. The computer user shows how to first select only the iris of the eye by guiding you through which tool bar buttons to use. You should then zoom in close to the eye in order to very accurately select just the iris. Once the iris is selected you will go to the select menu then click "New Fill Layer" then "Solid Color..." When the dialogue opens up you will change the Mode to...

How To: Paint your nails in a red, black, and silver art theme

This video explains how to paint your nails in a red, black and silver art theme. The instructor begins by showing off her finished nails and the different colors she had chosen to use for her own nails. The instructor asks the user to choose the solid color and highlighting color to use, it is also necessary to choose various types of glitter to use as well. The color red is first used to color just the part of the nail away from the finger and then rhinestones are then used to decorate the ...

How To: Change hair color in Photoshop CS3 and CS4

In this video, we learn how to change hair color in Photoshop CS3 and CS4. First, open up your image and zoom in on the hair. From here, you will click on the selection tool with a circle to select your image. Now, make sure this is the perfect size for the entire image. Right click and make sure it's sized out right. Now, select the hair and a red marker will appear. Select the whole surface of the hair, and as you get to the short hair use a smaller circle tool, don't worry about the smalle...

How To: Draw the letter "A" as a 3D block letter

In this tutorial the viewer is taught how to make a 3D letter "A". You will need a piece of paper and two different colors so the 3D letter is more dramatic. The directions from the video state to draw the letter "A" just as you would normally. Continue by coloring the "A" to make it a solid letter. Next you need to make lines from the "A" to make it appear as if its popping off the page. These lines should be parallel from the "A" this way it comes across as a 3D letter. As you connect the l...

How To: Find the volume of a solid object

This video shows the process of finding the volume of solid. The video is simple and easy to comprehend. The video takes the example of a rectangular solid and a solid cylinder to explain the method to find the volume. The video shows the step by step method to find the volume. The first step involves finding the area of base. After this, the area is multiplied by the height to find the volume. The unit of measurement is also taken into account in the video.

How To: Use transparent GIFs with solid backgrounds in PS CS5

In this clip, you'll learn how to work with transparent GIFs with solid backgrounds in Photoshop CS5. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned 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: Make a green screen using your TV

To create a green screen, open up the program Sony Vegas. Now go to media generators. On the left hand side of your screen there should be a list with the link solid color right in the middle. Click on that and a menu with a variety of different colored boxes will appear. Double click on green. A menu will pop up so that you can adjust the shade of green just by moving the vertical line to the left or right. After choosing the appropriate shade, save the green box as either a video or picture...

How To: Create Ke$ha's "Tik Tok" toe nails

This tutorial teaches you how to do the same nail design as Ke$ha from her video "Tik Tok" had her nails done. First you apply a base polish to protect your nails. Apply a gold polish all over the nail, about three solid coats and then let them dry. Paint on a rich wine color to the corner of each nail end. Use a dotting tool and clean polish to pick up the rhinestones. Apply a little bit of nail glue on the seam of the two colors to help the Rhine stones stay put. Take a fine tip brush with ...

How To: Easily tie a scarf

With Jen from Beauty and Bedlam, we learn not only how to tie a scarf for women, but a variety of interesting ways in which a scarf can be worn. Matching a simple solid color scarf against a black or other solid dark top, being the easiest way to touch up an otherwise average outfit. From there, Jen teaches us a simple knot, and then more elaborate things like double or triple wrapping the scarf around the neck. For an extra touch, Jen says, we could also add a flower or other additional acce...

How To: Make your own non-toxic Halloween makeup

To make your own non-toxic Halloween makeup, you need to follow the steps below. The things you need are: 1 makeup remover, 2 soaps, 2 bowls, 4 drops of glycerin, 2 tsp. of solid shortenings, 1 tsp. of white flour, and 5 tsp. of cornstarch. First determine what color of makeup you want and mix together 2 tsp. of solid shortening, 5 tsp. of cornstarch, 1 tsp. of flour, and 4 drops of glycerin in a bowl. Then blend it well and add food coloring, a little at a time, until you get the color you w...

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