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News: Final Fantasy 14 Special Edition Unboxing

Final Fantasy 14 the MMO is now live. The special edition priced at $75 enables people to play eight days earlier than people getting the regular edition, which comes out on September 30th. Mine arrived yesterday and here are some pictures of what's inside the special edition version of the game:

How To: Make a flying effect with sonic boom in After Effects

If you've ever wanted to make an even slightly fantasy-flavored film, you've probably wanted to make one of your characters fly. Unless you're working with a bird or some really crazy rigging, you're going to need to make this special effect happen in After Effects, or whatever compositing software you use. This video will show you how to create a flying effect with a sonic boom on takeoff in After Effects, and following it's instructions will help you learn a lot about how to use After Effec...

How To: Tilt shift for a fake miniature effect Photoshop CS4

Easily turn your pics into table top style miniatures with this easy to create effect. This takes panarama photographs from afar and fades certain areas creating a toy scene effect. It's magical. Turn cities into model like images that resemble fantasy more than real life. To do this in Photoshop you're going to use the blur tool, layer masks, copies and gradient tools.

How To: Track your team's score live in ESPN Fantasy Football on your mobile device

If you want to track your fantasy football team's performance on game days, take a look at this video from ESPN discussing the Fantasy Cast application on the iPad or computer and the mobile webpage that will allow you to track your team's points instantly, across all games that are occuring on that day. No matter what, you'll be able to know how your ESPN fantasy football team is performing.

How To: Join or create a league in ESPN Fantasy Football

If you're interested in joining or creating a fantasy football league, take a look at this guide on how to use leagues in ESPN Fantasy Football and learn the differences between the leagues. You can choose to play in a public or private league, depending on if you want to limit your fantasy league to your friends and family or if you want to play against other team owners you meet online.

How To: Mold fantasy miniature characters

In this two part video you'll learn the complete process for casting duplicates of a miniature figure. How to make the rubber mold in two parts and how to cast the miniature duplicate. A two part mold is the kind of rubber mold you make for complex minis like figures, warriors, wizards, dwarves etc. You'll learn everything you need, and exactly what to do to duplicate your own miniature fantasy characters.

How To: Draw a fantasy tree

If you love fantasy books and love to draw, this video is for you. Learn how to draw a spooky, haunting fantasy tree with help from fantasy artist, Wayne Tully. Apply this tree to your fantasy drawings to make something worth hanging!

How To: Draw an evil fantasy creature

Drawing the massive evil creatures that are a fixture of fantasy stories is arguably the most challenging part of all fantasy art. This three-part video demonstrates the drawing of a majestically demonic figure in pencil that is sure to terrify whatever plucky troop of heroes that you create to go up against her!

How To: Draw a fantasy world

Drawing fantasy worlds is a very enjoyable activity for many artists because of the freedom that comes with not having to draw naturally occurring things while still remaining within the confines of realistic depiction. This three-part video demonstrates the drawing of a fantasy scene featuring a castle on a lonely hilltop with some very ominous Misty-Mountains-like mountains in the background. It is rendered entirely in pencil, but still conveys the sense of loneliness that most castles of t...

How To: Recreate the Joker's makeup from the Dark Knight movie

This video series demonstrates a take on the screen accurate Joker from "The Dark Knight." The materials and makeup used are all from a company called Mehron, specifically the Extra Flesh that used for the scars, the Liquid Latex, the Spirit Gum, and the Fantasy F/X Tube Makeup. Watch this video special effects tutorial and learn how to do the Joker's makeup from the Batman Dark Knight movie for a Halloween costume or a new life as a sociopath.

How To: Do a fantasy inspired costume look

This excellent extensive video takes you on a journey to create an awesome fantasy inspired make up. It's perfect for a costume or if your just feeling to look a little freaky for your friends. The result will amaze you.

How To: Draw Tidus from Final Fantasy

Big fan of hugely popular video game Final Fantasy? You're definitely not alone. In this drawing tutorial, learn how to draw main character Tidus from Final Fantasy with help from Drawing Now. Search WonderHowTo for more videos from Drawing Now to learn how to draw a variety of characters and cartoons!

How To: Make dichroic glass pendants with Fantasy Film & opals

Learn how to make homemade pendants! It's quite the process, involving a piece of glass (frosted glass with bevel edges is best), Fantasy Film, opals for embossing enamels, and a pool of hot glue. If you want to learn how to make dichroic carnival glass pendants with Fantasy Film and colored opals, then just check out this video tutorial.

How To: Do the Hunter & Alchemist Specials in Prince of Persia

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to receive the "Hunter Special" and "Alchemist Special" achievements in the video game, Prince of Persia. To receive the Hunter Special achievement, users will need to deflect the Hunter's attack 5 times in one battle. To deflect an attack, press the Right Trigger as the same time the Hunter attacks you. To receive the Alchemist Special achievement, users will need to defeat the Alchemist without using the acrobatic button. Only use the X button to fi...

How To: Make a glittery dragonfly out of Fantasy Film

Ever hear of fantasy film? No, not the weird fantasy movies, but the decorative colored paper. It's great for making any arts and crafts project. In this video, see how to make a glittery dragonfly out of Fantasy Film and opals. Barbara Trombley shows you how to make this simple project in minutes. You will be amazed when you see the film change colors right before your eyes. This dragonfly is perfect for any card or hat or lapel.

How To: Shading techniques with fantasy artist Ed Beard, 1

Need a little help on your shading technique? This tutorial on shading and shadowing techniques is hosted by Ed Beard, an internationally reknown fantasy artist known for his published works in Magic the Gathering and Tolkien. This video demonstrates how to choose a light source when shading, the values of dark to light, and how to ultilize shadows to embelish the three-dimensional depth to your drawing.

How To: Make special effects makeup burn marks

There are a lot of videos out there that offer instructions for creating all sorts of fake wounds. Most of them, however, focus on cuts and gashes rather than that other devious and action-packed type of wound: the burn. This three-part video features detailed instructions for making a burn wound on your face or other body part using makeup and other household products. Now your characters get lit on fire and you can render the results accurately.

How To: Properly level up characters in Final Fantasy XIII

Check out this video and learn how to get the most out of your characters in Final Fantasy XIII. Each character has a different focus when it comes to fighting. In this clip, you will get a quick overview of what each character is good at so you know how to best level them up as you go through the game. Follow along and keep track of your team's strengths and weaknesses so you can dominate FFXII.

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