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How To: Turn wood mount stamps to clear mount

In this how-to video, you will learn how to convert your wood mounted stamps to clear mounts. First, be careful and go slow if your stamps are already mounted on wood. You will need stamps and an EZ mount. Find a spot where the image fits and trim it around the stamp. Once this is done, remove everything from the rubber. Next, peel back the sticky side of the EZ mount piece that has been cut. Now, position the piece so that it is completely covered. Trim the excess EZ mount. Make sure you use...

How To: Mount deer antlers

This video is fantastic and very detailed on how to mount deer antlers. He carves the antlers off a deer head, then boils them to remove the meat, finally he mounts them on a piece of wood. For this professional taxidermy tutorial you may need a hack saw. Oh also, you need a deer head.

How To: Mount ISO image files using Furius ISO Mount

This is a tutorial video on how to use a virtual CD/DVD drive software tool called Furius ISO Mount. Furius ISO Mount is an .ISO, .IMG, .BIN, .MDF, and .NRG image management utility, that allows you to automatically mount and unmount disk image files. This utility application will allow you to mount multiple images at once, burn image files to optical disk, and create MD5 and SHA1 checksums to verify the that the image files are not corrupted. This program also automatically creates mount poi...

How To: Stop a horse from walking off when you mount

Rick Gore tells us how to stop a horse from walking off when you mount. The reason why a horse walks off when you mount it, it's because you trained it that way, when you've mounted previously you would allow it to mount off. Also when you mount you cause the horse to lose it's balance, and when a horse loses it's balance, it starts to walk a bit to regain it's balance. To stop a horse to from losing it's balance you should square it up, push the horse a little bit and it's feet will square u...

How To: Perform the "under mount and over mount" yo-yo trick

Everybody had a yo-yo at one point in their life; some when they were just little children, some when they were bored teenagers, some when they found the kid inside of them they never knew of, and even some when they felt retirement was just not very fun. It just goes to show that the yo-yo is not going anywhere anytime soon. Who could ever believe that a toy consisting of two equal disks made of plastic, maybe even wood or metal, with an axle and string could be so damn pleasing, so much dar...

How To: Build a remote-controlled camera mount

Kip Kay, from Make Magazine, shows you how to take your radio controlled vehicle and turn it into a spy car, by mounting a camera onto it. Follow Kip, as he shows you how to remove the body from your radio controlled car, mount the camera inside the chassis using the triPod mounting screw hole on your video camera, and put it all back together. In just few short steps you, too, can have your very own radio controlled spy car.

How To: Flush Mount Album 2 Page Spread

This two part Photoshop CS3 tutorial shows you how to design a flush mount two page spread. Great for anyone wanting to create a photo album, or design project. Also great for professional photographs or graphic designers that need to create two page layouts for catalogs etc. Learn how to design a two page flush mount album design with basic background design elements in Photoshop CS3.

How To: Make a bicycle camera mount

Shoot an action-packed close up, or film while you're biking around. All you need to do is build a simple bicycle camera mount. You'll need a tripod mount, PVC pipe, pliers, bungee cord, a U bolt and a bike. Watch this video cinematography tutorial and learn how to build a bicycle camera mount.

How To: Read the mount of Venus in palmistry with Peter John

Palm reading can be complicated because chirognomy, the study of the mounts of the hand, sometimes contradicts chiromancy, the study of the lines of the hand. For that reason, it's best to do a reading as a whole. In this particular video palmistry tutorial, Peter John explains the significance of the mount of Venus, highlighting the areas on a detailed map of the hand. Watch this instructional palm-reading video and learn how to interpret the meaning behind the mount of Venus

How To: Stuff a zander fish for a taxidermy mount

Fishing enthusiasts don't need to waste the skin on a prize catch. Eat the meat, but when cleaning the fish, cut the skin so that it stay in tact for mounting. The delightful English demonstrator walks through the steps of cleaning, prepping, and stuffing a mounted taxidermy fish. Watch this video taxidermy tutorial and learn how to prepare a fish (in this case a zander) for creating a taxidermy mount.

How To: Use Chief's RLT-1, the universal plasma TV wall mount

Chief's newest universal tilt mount, the RLT-1, can accommodate most sizes from 30" to 50" or up to 200lbs. This video tutorial will show you how to mount a plasma television using this great wall tilt mount. It even works with an LCD screen television. So do a little labor, pull out the remote, and kick your feet up on the table and watch some awesome on-the-wall TV action.

How To: Prepare a whitetail deer head for mounting

In this video taxidermy tutorial series, a professional taxidermist demonstrates how to prepare a whitetail deer cape for mounting. Now that the skin has been fleshed and tanned, the deer head cape is ready to be mounted. The skin will need the mount that will shape the skin, and will require trimming and sewing of the tanned and prepped skin. Watch this instructional video and learn how to prepare a whitetail deer head for mounting.

Hack Like a Pro: Linux Basics for the Aspiring Hacker, Part 13 (Mounting Drives & Devices)

Welcome back, my aspiring hackers! One of those areas of Linux that Windows users invariably struggle with is the concept of "mounting" devices and drives. In the Windows world, drives and devices are automatically "mounted" without any user effort or knowledge. Well, maybe a bit of knowledge. Most Windows users know to unmount their flash drive before removing it, but they usually think of it as "ejecting" it.

How To: Change your skill levels in Mount & Blade

This video shows you how to change your skill levels in mount and blade. Go to the character menu and click on the statistics button, then click the export button. Exit Mount and Blade. Go to My computer, your local disk drive (usually C), program files, mount & blade, CharExport. In CharExport you should see a file with your character's name, open the file and you will see every stat that your character has. Change them however you want, save the file and close it. Restart Mount and Blade, l...

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