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How To: Teach a freestyle move hurdle dog trick

Here is a quick how-to video showing how to teach this very cool canine freestyle trick; hurdles. A clicker is quite hard to hold during this exercise and it clicks right under the dog which can make them confused. If possible, you can get a friend to help mark the behavior. Check out this video pet care tutorial and learn how to train a dog to do a hurdle freestyle trick.

How To: Tie a scarf using four versatile looks

Wendy Woods from The Refinery teaches you different ways to tie a scarf. The three things to consider when buying a scarf are: size/shape, fabric, and pattern. First style: Fold scarf in half, put around your neck, pull ends through the loop, pull to the side and fluff out ends. Second style: Wrap scarf around neck (with right side twice as long as left), cross long side over short and pull up through loop, pull short side down until tight, pull to the side and fluff out. Third style: Wrap sc...

How To: Draw male and female manga eyes

In this clip, Mark Rilley teaches how to draw male and female eyes in the Japanese manga style. Breaking down the anatomy, he distinguishes the gender differences between the two in order to give your drawings more masculine or feminine qualities. For more information, and to get started drawing your own Japanese comic-style eyes, watch this free video drawing lesson.

How To: Add style to cross body leads in salsa dancing

The often-requested men's styling for salsa dancing has arrived! Once you have a solid basis for your cross body leads, the next step is to be able to do variations of it. In this salsa video, we teach ways to spice up your salsa by adding style to your cross body leads. Anthony will teach you how to do a monkey move and a hook step into a cross body lead, and at the end how to add a shimmy.

How To: Create comic-style text in Adobe Illustrator CS2

Create some cool comic vectored effects! Watch this Illustrator video tutorial to learn how to make some comic styled text. You will learn how to break text down and add gradients. You will also learn how to create a fake 3D effect as well as some stroke options. All of these techniques will come together in the end as we create a comic book cover worthy logo.

How To: Make a chiptunes-style lead synth track in Reason 4

This video will teach you how to make a chiptune-style lead synth track using Reason 4. Chiptunes are basically electronic music songs made out of 8-bit sounds, mostly from video games. The synth lead you will be making in this video is not, as such, a true chiptune, it's better because it doesn't cling dogmatically to outdated technology.

How To: Play vibrato for blues style electric guitar

Want to play lead guitar in a rock band? Well, you have to learn how to play the blues first. Most popular rock songs have roots in the blues guitar style of playing. This blues guitar lesson teaches you the basics of the three styles of vibrato. Vibrato is a common problem for many beginner and intermediate guitar players, but is easy to do if you know the trick. Check out this blues guitar how to video and you will be on your way to playing lead guitar.

How To: Create CSS-based link rollovers for websites in GoLive

Using GoLive CS2, you'll learn how to create some CSS-based rollovers. This is really an easy way to create some rollovers, using CSS, which is an incredibly useful and powerful way to style and design your website pages. In this GoLive video tutorial, learn how to style not only your links, visited links, and active links using CSS, but you will also see how to give your links a rollover or hover style as well. You will quickly see how much more you can achieve by styling your links using CSS.

How To: Play Jimi Hendrix style rhythm guitar

In this advanced lesson you will learn a few Jimi Hendrix style rhythm guitar tricks that you can use in many situations. This first part shows a trick with the A Shape barré chord. Part 2 will look at E Shape tricks, useful progressions and sounds. Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Support notes at http://www.justinguitar.com

How To: Play a killer classic blues rock lick

Rip it up with this classic, blues rock lick, taught to you here by Robert Renman. This wicked riff, reminiscent of Gary Moore's playing style, uses lots of hammer-ons and pull-offs, which let's you play over 4 strings REALLY fast. Once you nail this, you'll officially be allowed to light your guitar on fire. Learn and shred now!

How To: Make Indian butter milk from curd

Sanjay Thumma teaches the secret of making north and south Indian buttermilk from curd. For the south Indian type finely chop down some green chilies, curry leaves, coriander and a crushed piece of ginger. Use some roasted cumin and roll it down to powder it as shown. Blend a cup of curd with 2 cups of water and add a pinch of salt to it. Finally add all other ingredients to the buttermilk to complete it in south Indian style. Now for the north Indian style add some cumin powder and chaat mas...

How To: Play John Lee Hooker style blues riff on the guitar

Want to play lead guitar in a rock band? Well first you have to learn techniques from the masters. This guitar lesson from Siggi Mertens teaches you how to play a ohn Lee Hooker style blues riff. There are similar blues riffs to this John Lee Hooker riff. "Boom, Boom" or "Suzie Q" by Creedence Clearwater Revival or Tommy Emmanuel´s "Stevie´s Blues" are great examples of this blues style riff. Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords and tunes, you can start incorporating them into y...

How To: Create buttons with CSS

In this tutorial freetutorials teaches you how to create navigation style buttons using cascading style sheets, or CSS, in this the first in his series of "HTML Tips & Tricks". As you follow along, you will be shown how to setup and link your cascading style sheet to your HTML document, and where to place it in the document. Once you have done that, he will show you how to create a CSS, add a body and code the buttons in the CSS using notepad.

How To: Style men's hair for a contemporary look

This how-to video teaches men how to cut their hair in a contemporary mow hawk style. First, the stylist tells you what size blade adapter he has on his buzzer, and where to cut with each adaptor. The stylist tells you what size to cut parts of the hair and how to make a faded look. He tells you how to finish off the hairstyle so it looks nice and clean. He talks about the difference between classical and contemporary haircutting. He teaches you how to avoid cutting yourself with the buzzer.

How To: Create a summer blockbuster-style movie poster in Adobe Photoshop CS4 or CS5

Looking for instructions on how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a slick, summer movie style poster? Look no further. This exhaustive 25-minute guide from Quintal Designs will teach you everything you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editor or a seasoned designer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, wat...

How To: Draw wild style graffiti

Street artist wackojacko54321 teaches you how to draw "wild style" graffiti. There is no definite technique or way of drawing wild style. Wackojacko54321's interpretation involves starting with a simple piece with connecting letters (of which he provides an example) and possibly arrows. Add more basic arrows and connections to unify the piece more. Connection points of the arrows are important. Attach them to the ends/corners of letters or other letters/connections. Spice it up with more adva...

How To: Teach your kids to draw a fish

This video shows the viewer how to teach their children to draw a cartoon style fish. The video is literally a tutorial showing a young woman teaching a group of children. She does this by using simple shapes, which children already know how to draw, to build up the bigger fish. She starts with an oval shaped body and a tail. She then adds two eyes and a line for a mouth before finishing with fins and stripes. Finally she colors her fish in before showing the children’s efforts.

How To: Turn yourself into the Terminator with Adobe Photoshop CS5

Interested in using Adobe Photoshop to turn yourself into a Terminator-style cyborg? This clip will teach you what you need to know. 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.

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