Are you interested in adding stunt tricks to your motorcycle riding routine? By learning to slide around corners, you will look more profess...
Are you interested in adding stunt tricks to your motorcycle riding routine? By learning to slide around corners, you will look more professional and in control of your motorcycle. watch the video in order to learn how to power slide your motorcycle around corners like the professionals do. Less
Coming Soon - Xbox 360, PS3, and PC/Mac!nnXBLA: http://bit.ly/IBdbC9nPSN: http://bit.ly/ILbiNTnPC/Mac: http://bit.ly/SkkjVInnEpisode 4: Arou...
Coming Soon - Xbox 360, PS3, and PC/Mac!nnXBLA: http://bit.ly/IBdbC9nPSN: http://bit.ly/ILbiNTnPC/Mac: http://bit.ly/SkkjVInnEpisode 4: Around Every CornernIn the wake of terrible loss, the group arrives in Savannah in search of a boat and escape from the horrors around them. Stalked by an unseen human threat and the constant menace of the undead, Lee must decide how to deal with an increasingly paranoid group and above all, how to protect Clementine. nnEpisode Highlights:n-See the devastation the apocalypse has wrought on a major city as the group arrives in Savannahn-Discover what happens when merciless survivors try to create their own utopian-Embark on a harrowing mission to retrieve the things you need in order to make your escape to safetyn-Deal with the biggest threat to Clementine yet -- can you keep her safe?nnnWebsite: http://www.telltalegames.com/walkingdeadnFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheWalkingDeadGamenTwitter: https://twitter.com/#!/telltalegames Less
Halloween is just around the corner, and this year, we’re prepared! Our favorite movie of the year was The Hunger Games (we’ve already s...
Halloween is just around the corner, and this year, we’re prepared! Our favorite movie of the year was The Hunger Games (we’ve already started our countdown for Catching Fire), so naturally we wanted to dress up like one of our favorite characters. While we love Katniss Everdeen, Effie Trinket (aka the hilarious Elizabeth Banks) is much more fun with her crazy makeup and tinted hair. Watch makeup artist Reiva Cruze transform editor Lorelei into Effie. Less
Holidays are just around the corner and it's all about the metallics for the winter season. Makeup artist from Napoleon Perdis shows us how ...
Holidays are just around the corner and it's all about the metallics for the winter season. Makeup artist from Napoleon Perdis shows us how to create the perfect holiday look using metallics. Less
Welcome to Geeks Corner! This week we go to the movies and talk about current and future movies coming out of the Disney stables. The show ...
Welcome to Geeks Corner! This week we go to the movies and talk about current and future movies coming out of the Disney stables. The show gets started off with Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. This movie opened at nearly $100 million last weekend continuing Marvel’s streak of successful movies. Mr. DAPs and Hayley the Hatter share their impressions about the movie and review it. Looking forward we see that The Jungle Book continues to announce its cast, with the most recent addition being Bill Murray as Baloo the Bear. Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass begins filming this week. Mr. DAPs and Hayley the Hatter talk about this movie, the Mad Hatter’s dad, and expectations for this movie. It is also discussed how this could potentially affect the Mad T Party in Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort. Finally it is time for Around the Parks. This is a brief look at what is coming up in the parks, mainly at the Disneyland Resort. This includes a 45th Anniversary Haunted Mansion Pin, Halloween, Dapper Day, and Halloween Time Parties! Let’s go to the corner! If you would like a bow tie or hair tie like Mr. DAPs or Hayley the Hatter, you can go to http://www.dapsmagic.com/shop/hayleythehatter/ Like to geek out with us? Subscribe for more weekly geeky videos: http://bit.ly/WsmjJT Less
This is my Silver Molly, she's JUST starting to go into labor. Note how her fins are. They tend to hold them flat, even clench them a bit. S...
This is my Silver Molly, she's JUST starting to go into labor. Note how her fins are. They tend to hold them flat, even clench them a bit. Sometimes your molly will bob a bit or even shake. First time I saw it, I thought my molly had a seizure! Scared me. Some mollies have a tendency to get angry when going into labor as well, and will slap their reflection in the glass, or hit things. Mine tried to kill the rock a few times. She didn't hurt herself. I would have removed it, but she was pretty stressed out. The best you can do for you molly when they get stressed and hit things, is turn the lights off and cover the tank so they can relax and not see, which I did as soon as I stopped the video. I know, you probably want to watch, but it's better for your molly to be less stressed. The less she can see, the less she'll try to beat herself up on things and will eventually calm down in a corner for the rest of her labor. Also, note at the end it looked like she gave birth. She didn't. Sometimes just when labor is starting they will release what looks like a short hard poo. I am not sure if it's what's left of hatched eggs or what the babies let out while in the mothers stomach, it does look like plant matter though, so it may be the babies droppings that she is getting rid of, but I am not completely sure. Most mollies will go into a corner somewhere, or in a plant and move very little, though they will sometimes go to another side of the tank or look around for food or ... Less
A quick video on how to reverse around the corner with video commentary talking you through what you should be doing and looking out for.
I'm a lucky boy! This is the first close look at the McLaren P1 out there; from how it sounds on startup, to jumping in the passenger seat f...
I'm a lucky boy! This is the first close look at the McLaren P1 out there; from how it sounds on startup, to jumping in the passenger seat for a quick ride. The P1 was at Paintshield http://www.paintshield.co.uk to have the ever-compulsory Paint Protection Film to be applied to vulnerable surfaces and as a result I've been fortunate enough to capture some images of the car on film.nnWith all that bare carbon around the front end, and not to mention the pretty impressive paint quality from McLaren the car was in for some work immediately after delivery to the customer. After shooting a few clips of the car in the workshop it was taken outside including a cold start, hear it moving around and see the mega rear wing in action.nnI then jumped into the passenger seat and went off for a small ride... what can I say, the turbo whoosh is amazing, the immediate power delivery is something really special, the space-age feel is crazy and how flat the car holds around corners; this thing is insane!nnThe other videos you are going to see of this car include a detailed tour looking around it, showing you the interior, inside the various flaps and parts of the car and talking about some of the features. There will also be an extended ride including demonstration and discussing the various technical functions including e-mode, IPAS, DRS and so on. Stay tuned too because the future holds even more exciting P1 videos!nnThanks for watching, TimnnSubscribe: http://bit.ly/Shmee150YTnn------------------------------------------------------------nnFacebook: http://www.fb.com/shmee150nTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/shmee150nWebsite: http://www.shmee150.co.uknnCamera: Sony CX700 http://amzn.to/rrsVwn Less
Watch more Animation Techniques videos: http://www.howcast.com/guides/2-Animation-TechniquesnnSubscribe to Howcast's YouTube Channel - http:...
Watch more Animation Techniques videos: http://www.howcast.com/guides/2-Animation-TechniquesnnSubscribe to Howcast's YouTube Channel - http://howc.st/uLaHRSnnDraw a flip book, the world's earliest form of animation.nnHowcast uploads the highest quality how-to videos daily! Be sure to check out our playlists for guides that interest you: http://howc.st/ytmainplaylistsnnSubscribe to Howcast's other YouTube Channels:nHowcast Health Channel - http://howc.st/HOE3aYnHowcast Video Games Channel - http://howc.st/tYKKrknHowcast Tech Channel - http://howc.st/rx9FwRnHowcast Food Channel - http://howc.st/umBoJXnHowcast Arts & Recreation Channel - http://howc.st/vmB86inHowcast Sports & Fitness Channel - http://howc.st/vKjUjmnHowcast Personal Care & Style Channel - http://howc.st/vbbNt3nnHowcast empowers people with engaging, useful how-to information wherever, whenever they need to know how. Emphasizing high-quality instructional videos, Howcast brings you experts who provide accurate information in easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from makeup, hairstyling, nail art design, and soccer to parkour, skateboarding, dancing, kissing, and much, much more.nnStep 1: Use ruler to draw framesnUse the ruler to help you lightly draw a series of rectangles on loose paper. These will act as guides, or frames, for your concept.nnTipnStart with about 48 frames—you can add or subtract later as needed.nnStep 2: Sketch animation in framesnConceptualize in your head the scene you'd like to animate. Then lightly sketch out your animation in the frames, drawing one frame for each stage of animation.nnTipnDraw the first and last frames before filling in the intermediary steps. nnStep 3: Draw frames on index cardsnWhen you're done with the sketches, it's time to make the actual flip book. Carefully draw each frame on the right-hand side of a different index card.nnTipnIf your animation images are small, draw them near the top corner. It will help you align your drawings to a common point of reference.nnStep 4: Occasionally testnOccasionally test how your animation looks by holding the left side of the stack firmly with your left hand and flipping through the right side with your right thumb.nnTipnIf you think there's a jump in the animation, insert a new card between the awkward frames and draw an intermediate step.nnStep 5: Loop rubber bandnWhen you're satisfied with all your drawings, loop the rubber band tightly around the left side of the stack. nnStep 6: Flip through booknNow set the scene in motion with a flick of your thumb. Try flipping it from back to front—yup, the scene goes backward! nnDid You Know?nThe German word for a flip book is daumenkino, which means "thumb cinema." Less
Add me on Facebook (click the LIKE button on Facebook to add me)nhttp://www.facebook.com/brusspupnnDownload the song in this video:nSong Nam...
Add me on Facebook (click the LIKE button on Facebook to add me)nhttp://www.facebook.com/brusspupnnDownload the song in this video:nSong Name: Break EmotionnniTunes:nhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/break-emotion-single/id399452730nnThe kitty in the video is Hyder. She has her own channel:nhttp://www.youtube.com/hyderkittynnThis demonstration is 100% real. It's relatively simple to create your own.nnCheck out some extra footage here:nhttp://youtu.be/09_Cda9Rl5onnThis video shows you how to create a secret LCD monitor. The first time I read that you could do this, I just had to try. nnThe results are amazing. If you are going to try and make your own, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, I would recommed using a monitor that you don't care about. I bought mine from a pawn shop for $20 dollars. Once you remove the polarized layer, you've pretty much made the monitor useless as to normal use. If you are good with repairs and that sort of thing, I'm sure you could buy a replacement filter to fix the monitor. So basically, just make sure you are ok with modifying whatever monitor you've chosen to use for this project. Once you have your monitor you need to remove the top layer, which is the polarized layer. It helps to remove the plastic frame from the front but it's not 100% necessary. Once you remove the plastic front, use a hobby knife to cut on the edge around the whole monitor. Press hard enough to make the cut but don't press too hard. That's once thing to keep in mind during this whole process is that you can completely destroy the monitor by damaging the actual LCD part of the screen. Once you make the 4 cuts, then pick a corner to start peeling the polarized layer. I used a hobby knife to "dig" under the layer so I could get a big enough piece to grab onto. Now, every monitor is different so you may experience this part a little different than the next person. You want to peel slowly to try and get the biggest pieces possible and also not to put too much force on the screen. This part could take several minutes to get all of the polarized layer off. Most LCD monitors have an antiglare layer "attached" to the polarized layer and both of those layers are glued so the hard surface of the LCD. So you may see these extra layers as you are removing them. If you're lucky you will be able to remove all 3 layers by just pulling it off. But it's likely that some glue will be left over. It's also possible that you will lift the polarized and antiglare layer but leave most of the glue. If you look closely in my video, you can see a few spots where the contrast is different. These are spots where the glue came off. If there are a lot of glue spots and it bothers you, it is possible to remove the glue by using paint thinner. But you have to be very careful. If you use the paint thinner, apply it to the glue spots and use a piece of plastic to gently scrape it off. Don't press too hard or you will destroy the monitor. Overall, I would recommend to stay away from the paint thinner and just live with the glue spots. nnNext you want to grab some glasses. I used a pair of the 3D glasses you get at the cinema. I never throw them in the recycle bin :). Anyway, you can open these glasses up and remove the "lenses". nnI ordered 2 - 6" X 6" sheets of polarized filters from a popular online science store. I traced the shape of the area where the lenses on the polarized sheets. I cut them out and placed them inside the frames. Before you cut the shape, make sure to note the proper angle of the polarized sheet with the monitor. I had to turn my sheet 45 degrees to get the correct angle. So when I traced the lens shape on the sheet, I turned the sheet 45 degrees and cut them. (In the video the sheet wasnt turned 45 degrees, but that was just a video mistake) nnSo now you're ready for action. If you hook your monitor up to a computer and put on your glasses you should be able to see the screen just as normal. Anyone standing behind you will only be able to see a blank monitor. If you move far to the sides you can see a little bit of a negative image on the screen, but it's still very hard to make out.nnAnyway, enjoy! Less
Link to the Written Procedure/Downloads for this Video:nhttp://theunlockr.com/2014/09/01/how-to-get-the-ios-6-status-bar-in-ios-7-video/nnWi...
Link to the Written Procedure/Downloads for this Video:nhttp://theunlockr.com/2014/09/01/how-to-get-the-ios-6-status-bar-in-ios-7-video/nnWith iOS 8 just around the corner, maybe you're feeling like iOS is just slipping away from you. The new flat and transparent styling is just too new age for you and you miss the good old days of gradients and layers. Well, if you're jailbroken, there are still a few ways for you to get back to that former look you miss so much.nnFrom iOS 6 inspired themes for Winterboard to iOS 6 notification icon badges, there's plenty of ways to at least get the look of iOS 6 back. Some of those tweaks, however, might leave the status bar untouched and that might be that missing puzzle piece you need.nnThanks to SixBar, a tweak from the Cydia store, you can finish that puzzle by adding the black and white status bar to your iPhone or iPad. Here's how to install it and use it.nnCheck out our site for more videos, tips, tricks, and more!nhttp://TheUnlockr.comnnCheck out our YouTube Channel! nhttp://www.YouTube.com/TheUnlockrnnIf you like getting the most out of your tech, you should definitely subscribe to TheUnlockr. Just saying.nSubscribe - http://www.youtube.com/user/theunlockr?sub_confirmation=1nnConnect with us on our social networks to chat, get behind the scenes photos, and shots of tech we're excited about as we travel:nFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheUnlockrnTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheUnlockrnGoogle+ - https://plus.google.com/+TheUnlockr1nInstagram - http://instagram.com/theunlockr/ Less
♡Hey Guys!♡ So I decided that I'm going to be doing some makeup looks for Halloween since it's right around the corner! Every year aroun...
♡Hey Guys!♡ So I decided that I'm going to be doing some makeup looks for Halloween since it's right around the corner! Every year around this time I get so excited bcuz Halloween is my birthday! lol so it's always like a big celebration & it makes me feel extra special! :) ANYWAYS I was inspired to do this look by vintageortacky bcuz i'm going to be a peacock this year & I was trying out looks & this was a really cute idea. Now in the actual video I didnt add falsies but on halloween I will b adding falsies & the ones that I bought have feathers on them! I"m so excited cant w8 to wear my costume. ♡How to Get The Look♡ 120 Eyeshadow Pallet (EBay) Flat Shader Brush(Elf/ WalMart) Skinny Lip Brush (Elf/ WalMart) Liquid Eyeliner (Elf/ WalMart) Tape (WalMart) Eye Primer (optional) (WalMart) Tutorial: www.youtube.com ♡My Links♡ My Blog: loveallthingspretty.weebly.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com My Other YT Channel: www.youtube.com Instagram:kissmysadity *****Business Related****** For business inquiries such as company sponsors or reviews, please feel free to email me at email@example.com Less
mg.eamobile.com JOIN THE CLUB! EA SPORTS presents FIFA 13 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that connects fans to the real world football ...
mg.eamobile.com JOIN THE CLUB! EA SPORTS presents FIFA 13 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that connects fans to the real world football and enables them to play the most popular sports franchise against friends and other fans from all over the world. More realistic than ever, FIFA 13 comes with dramatically improved graphics and an improved control scheme, delivering all the authenticity and innovation that the FIFA franchise is known for. For the first time ever, players are able to enjoy competing with friends anytime, anywhere using Online Multiplayer. Rise to the top of the Leaderboards taking superstars like Messi and Benzema on the pitch against your friends or other competitors in the FIFA online world. EA SPORTS Football Club connects players to the real-world competitions, enabling you to support your favorite club as well as connect with friends, rivals and millions of other players around the world. Earn experience points and level up to build status. You can relive crucial real-world football events through regular challenges so that FIFA 13 will look, feel and play like the real-world season. Featuring 30 leagues, more than 500 teams and more than 15000 players, the ultimate football experience is now available on the App Store. Less
Please rate and comment if you would be so kind... Subs are nice too. Came into the game a few months after release but decided after watchi...
Please rate and comment if you would be so kind... Subs are nice too. Came into the game a few months after release but decided after watching a bunch of game play online that I'd have a go since it looked awesome AND IT IS! :D Twitter: twitter.com Tags: fps 1st lets play playthrough walkthrough commentary gameplay how to new hd multiplayer custom video game gaming tutorial howto part guide original hershel showcase texture walking dead the telltale games glenn lee kenny spoilers series starved for help long road around every corner Less
pinterest.com I get so much inspiration from Pinterest that I decided to combine two projects and create a vlog called Pinterest Tutorial! I...
pinterest.com I get so much inspiration from Pinterest that I decided to combine two projects and create a vlog called Pinterest Tutorial! If you're looking to add a creative touch in your home (and especially with Christmas around the corner) this tutorial is for you! Enjoy! Visit my blog: www.pinkchocolatebreak.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Pinterest: www.pinterest.com Instagram: @pinkchocolatebreak Less
Please read the description before asking questions. Ok, Sequence 8 is maybe the earliest you can get this, but I got it in Sequence 9, beca...
Please read the description before asking questions. Ok, Sequence 8 is maybe the earliest you can get this, but I got it in Sequence 9, because Sequence 8, you get locked up. Maybe you can explore New York. I didn't bother. Anyway. You'll find a quest to save Ellen in New York. I climbed a view point, and it popped up. I've done all the homestead missions up to this point, so I don't know if there are dependencies to make this quest appear. The quest starts with a kid on a street corner, asking you to help her mother, and is indicated with a standard hmoestead mission icon. You then just need to punch a dude a few times. Once you've rescued her, return to the homestead, and she'll give you the quest 'Silk Errand' where you save a bolt of silk from her home. Look for a green diamond on the New York map in the same place as you picked up her mission. Then return the bolt to her, and she'll level up to level 2. You'll need Sewing Thread (she sells this in the stockpile) and a wolf pelt. Miriam the hunter sells wolfs pelts if you've done her missions, or there are plenty around the homestead. Once you've done that, simply craft a dual holster. It will double wield whatever firearm you have equipped. But it's a bit glitchy, so be careful. Have fun! Less
Hello and thank you for watching this. I used following materials: archival papers, 2 punchers, glue, wooden box Mod Podge, patience and goo...
Hello and thank you for watching this. I used following materials: archival papers, 2 punchers, glue, wooden box Mod Podge, patience and good music. Make a stencil from basic white paper. Then cut your designated colored paper to match the top of the box. In this case I used a white glittery thick paper. Use a basic school glue to attach it. For the sides, make a stencil; be sure to have enough space to cut around lock and hinges. I cut a proper size stencil paper, then laid it on the top of the whole curvy side, pressed the corners of each "wave" to be sure I have enough depth. Decoupage this portion of the paper, the sides. Use the big puncher to cut red big dots. Glue them to the sides. Be careful do not decoupage the whole dot, only the edges because this will ruin the shininess of the paper. Then use a "snowflake" puncher to cut snowy ornaments. When you decoupage them they will look a little feathery, which is normal. The flowery paper is the favorite one for me. I cut carefully around flower stem, leaves, but leave the petals uncut. For decoupage, know that the flowers are very velvety, so the glue should be absorbed by some paper towel, like dubbing, and then let it air dry. It is a good idea to cover the bottom with something smooth. I put white felt. I could not use the same stencil I used for the top. They are slightly different, so take time and make a new one. It is easy to do; it is just takes a lot of time... Please, see the ready item either at my facebook ... Less
This smitten newsreader was so engrossed in texting her boyfriend she walked straight into a freezing canal - and the hilarious episode was ...
This smitten newsreader was so engrossed in texting her boyfriend she walked straight into a freezing canal - and the hilarious episode was captured on camera. CCTV footage shows Laura Safe, 27 - who joked that she should change her name to Unsafe - plunging into the icy water of the canal in Birmingham. nnA passing businessman is seen trying to warn Miss Safe to look out, but by the time she takes her eyes off her phone, it is too late.nnThe heroic passer-by, 34-year-old Neil Edginton, rushed to Miss Safe's aid as she flailed about in the water, watched by open-mouthed diners at the city's Mailbox complex.nnThe Capital FM Breakfast Show newsreader emerged unharmed and merely embarrassed at falling into the water in front of so many onlookers.nn'I thought ice on the canal was pavement because it looked dark in the corner of my eye,' the newsreader said.nn'I heard a man called out "stop" to me and I looked up at him, but it was too late by that point.nn'I tried to get my balance and ended up slipping into the canal. But not before I'd saved my handbag and mobile phone.'nnAfter her fall, Miss Safe tweeted: 'Oh dear. I should really be called Laura UNsafe after the day I've had! Lol.'nnThe newsreader praised Mr Edginton for saving her, 'Baywatch style'.nn'This man came running up Baywatch-style, grabbed my hand and pulled me up. He was a hero and saved my life,' she said.nnMr Edginton, from Solihull, is a director at the company that developed the Mailbox complex where Miss Safe tumbled into the water.nnShe added: 'I brushed myself off and hoped that no one saw. But I turned around and the whole of Pizza Express at the Mailbox were there and the staff came running out.nn'I told them I was fine, but they dragged me in, put me in the disabled toilet and gave me a cup of tea and a towel.nn'I've learned my lesson and I'm a lot more cautious. I don't text any more, I'm too scared.'nnFollowing her topple, she spent over an hour drying off and staff at the pizza restaurant even gave her a spare pair of shoes to wear.nnMiss Safe, who has been reading the news on the radio station for several months, phoned her rescuer on-air to thank him for his heroic efforts.nnBirmingham is thought to have more canals than Venice in Italy. There were 174 miles of canal in the city in the middle of the 18th century, but it now only has 114 miles of them, with each remaining navigable water. Less
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