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How To: Install a natural bluestone landing

Bluestone landings are athletically appropriate in just about any back yard. This how to video is a quick excerpt from a DIY show that demonstrates how to install a garden landing with bluestone. Learn tips for installing a stylish bluestone landing with various sizes of pavers.

How To: Assign a ring tone on your iPhone

If you have a iPhone then you can assign a photo or a ring tone to any of your contacts. With this feature you can know who is calling just by the sound of the ring tone or by seeing their picture if the phone is in silent mode. To do this open the contact and tap on the edit button at the top right corner. Now tap add photo. This allows you to take a new photo with the integrated camera or choose a new photo from your library. To assign a ring tone tap assign ring tone and choose the tone fr...

How To: Learn skincare basics with Petrilude

Learn how to care for your skin with Petrilude. Petrilude (aka Josh) is a guy that does makeup. You may think taking makeup tips from a guy is strange, but Petrilude is a talented makeup artist. If you are looking for party makeup looks, great for going out to the club, check out Petrilude's makeup tutorials. Search Petrilude on WonderHowTo for more amazing beauty looks: party makeup, club makeup, drag queen makeup, halloween makeup, goth makeup, costume makeup, and more.

How To: Use the blues scale, twelve tone row technique, polychords, and tone clusters

Music theory, for any musician, is EXTREMELY important to know if you expect playing in any form of professional capacity. But if you can't afford to go to Berklee College of Music or Musician's Institute, then you can get almost the same education in this great video! In this video you will learn the basics of the minor Blues scale, 12 tone technique, polychords, chordal chords, and tone clusters. Truly amazing work and make sure you have a pen and piece of paper to take notes!

How To: Soften skin, control color & tones in Photoshop CS4

Learn about skin softening techniques and the controlling of color and tones when working in Adobe Photoshop! Whether you're new to computer graphics, new to Adobe Photoshop CS4 or a seasoned design professional just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're certain to like this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started managing skin tones in Photoshop yourself, watch this designer's guide!

How To: Use the HDR Toning Adjustment tool in Photoshop CS5

Take full of Photoshop CS5's HDR Toning Adjustment Tool with this free video lesson. Whether you're new to Adobe's Creative Suite or a seasoned graphic design professional after a general overview of Photoshop CS5's most vital new features, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial from the folks at Brusheezy. In it, you'll learn how to take advantage of Photoshop's new HDR (high dynamic range) Toning Adjustment Tool.

How To: Tone every trouble zone with a beach ball

There is not better way to get in shape and target trouble zones than with the help of some experts in fitness and some simple workout equipment. In this how to video tutorial SELF Magazine shows you how to tone and sculpt your body with a simple beach ball. Tone difficult areas with tilt-a-whirls, dipsy dos, squeeze play, close reaches, reverse lunges, pendulums, hold your own and tummy toner exercises.

How To: Apply a two-toned dot, sparkle, & rhinestone manicure

Nail artist Anna designed this spotted, dotty, and luminous manicure to be colorful and eye-catching. The spots are two-toned, and almost like an animal print, but done in blue. Flat sparkles and rhinestones add a lovely finishing touch. Watch this video nail art tutorial and learn how to create a two-toned dot, sparkle and rhinestone manicure out of white and two distinct shades of blue nail polish.

How To: Master the four tones when pronouncing words in Mandarin Chinese

Simply learning words in Mandarin Chinese is not enough for being able to speak the language fluently. The Mandarin Chinese language, like many Asian languages, is tonal. This means that a word can have various meanings depending on the tone used to pronounce it. There are four tones in Mandarin Chinese which are represented by the four tone marks over the vowels in pinyin. This video covers these tones and will hopefully help you better understand their uses.

How To: Properly set up a turntable

Paul demonstrates to viewers how to properly set up a turntable. Each turntable has the same basic parts, so this tutorial should work for most users. There are several components: the platter is the part that spins and it has a slip mat on top. The tone arm is to the right and it has a head shell and stylus cartridge (needle) mounted on the end. The queueing lever is at the base of the tone arm and it raises and lowers the tone arm base. There is also a VTA (Vertical Tracking Angle) adjustme...

How To: Fix or replace Technics SL1200 tone arm

Want to mix and scratch like a professional DJ? To be a good DJ you need to understand the concepts of mixing tracks, adding cool effects, and of course you need a good sense of rhythm to line up the beats. But you also need to know how to fix your turntables. This two part how to video explains how you can fix or replace Technics SL1200 tone arm. Also this video gives an in depth look at the Technics SL1200. Watch this two part DJ tutorial and you can learn how to fix or replace Technics SL1...

How To: Create a split tone effect in Photoshop

This video demonstrates the split tone effect in Photoshop. A split tone effect makes a picture look more rustic by changing the tones. First, add an adjustment layer to the picture by opening the channel mixer window. Select Monochrome and adjust the RGB values to create a black and white image to your own personal preference. Next, add another layer by opening the color balance window. Here you can change the colors of the light areas by selecting Highlights and changing the color sliders, ...

How To: Paint a prosthetic wound

This video describes the coloring techniques to make a realistic gelatine prosthetic wound. The presenter chooses to use grease paint as it applies easily to the rubber gelatine wound mold. First, apply a base color to mimic that flesh tone around the wound and blend it until it matches the skin tone. Next the presenter applies red and pink tones to the wound, the idea is to mimic the color of raw meat. Highlights are then applied inside the wound to simulate fat underneath the top layer of s...

How To: Tone your abs

Tone the abs and obliques and get a washboard stomach. Learn some ab exercises to add to your fitness training in this health and fitness tutorial. If you want to tone your stomach you should do ab crunches, work obliques & abdominals, alternate leg positions and do hip lifts. With the exercises from this how to video you can get washboard abs.

How To: Tone up your legs with calisthenics moves

Tone and sculpt your body with a few calisthenics exercises and tips from the experts. In this fitness how to video SELF Magazine offers several simple calisthenics workouts to help tone your body. Watch and learn how simple it is to do a classic releve, side-lying passe, pelvic tilt 2.0, kneeling hinge, leg circle and a seated attitude lift. These calisthenics moves are great for firming the butt and thigh area.

How To: Save Your GarageBand Songs as Custom iPhone Ringtones & Alert Tones

When you make an awesome song or beat that you're proud of in GarageBand for iOS, one way to show it off is to turn it into a ringtone or alert tone for your iPhone. That way, anytime you get a phone call or a notification, your musical creation will sound off, and everyone around you will hear it in all its glory. Plus, it's way cheaper to make your tones than to buy them off of iTunes.

How To: Determine your skin tone

In this editon of Tip Tuesday from Pursebuzz we are shown how to determine your skin tone. This tip is a pretty simple way to determine if you're a warm or a cold tone, and if you are pink-based or yellow-based. That's the first question you're asked if you go to a counter and you're trying to figure out your foundation colors or your blush colors or shadows, or what will work for you. The first test is the fabric test. You don't even have to buy this fabric. You could just go to a fabric sto...

How To: Make a Tone on Tone Ivory Ornate Card

This is one very elegant card and looks amazing when it has been created using Anna Griffin's brand new Fretwork 2 die set, a set of 5 fabulously ornate dies for your masterpieces. Using tone on tone paper/card, I show you how I create this beauty Step 1: Now Watch the Tutorial

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