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  • How to Skate Forward to Backward - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    We're going to talk about roller skating from forward skating to backward skating. There's a couple of different ways to do it. The first one is mohawk turn. So when you start off, bend your knees. Make sure your chest is a little bit forward, open your hips. So forward skating, open, backward skating, close... .
  • How to Stop Smoothly - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    we're going to talk about how to stop smoothly, okay? There's a couple different ways to stop on roller skates. The first one is using your toe stops. So all roller skates come with toe stops on the front, unless you have specific dance skates that have no toe stops on them... .
  • How to T-Stop - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    we're going to talk about how to do a roller skating T-stop. So the first thing is to figure out where your feet need to be. First start off with the T position, and as you're doing a T-stop, push your front foot forward, bend the knee, put lots of weight on that front knee, and keep your core tight... .
  • How to Create a Clay Character - Stop Motion
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    if you'd like to make a clay character or a clay puppet to be animated, there area few great tips I can give you. First, get some clay. The clay that you animate with is really up to you. There are a variety of modeling clays on the market. You're probably looking for a non-drying, non-hardening modeling clay, something with wax or oil in it so that your puppets don't harden up on while you're animating.
  • 4 Tips for Beginners - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    we're going to talk about roller skating tips for beginners. If you've never roller skated before, the biggest thing that you need to worry is balance. You would think balance is pretty easy, but when you put wheels on your feet, it's not so much. So the first thing when you put your skates on it's the T position. So when you have the T position together, it's one heel into the instep of the other skate. The purpose of doing this is so that your feet are underneath you, knees bent, your core is engaged, and that way your skates won't roll out from underneath you while you're standing there. So if you're on a hill, talking to a friend, looking at the cute guys or girls walking by, this is a great way to just stand there without having to worry about your feet moving out from underneath you.
  • How to Use Dramatic Lighting Techniques
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    The first one you'll look at right here is called loop lighting and it's known for the sort of loop shaped shadow that it creates underneath the nose. It's a relatively flattering kind of light for most people because it lights most of the face.
  • What Are Presser Feet? - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    I have several different presser feet on the table here with me, and the first thing you should do when choosing presser feet is to go to your sewing machine's manual and just see what kind of feet your sewing machine uses... .
  • How to Load a Bobbin - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    I'm Jennifer from Workroom Social, and I'm going to show you how to load a bobbin into your sewing machine. So, the first thing you want to do is thread your sewing machine. After your sewing machine is threaded, you want to take your wound bobbin and you kind of want to just extend a little thread to have as a small tail... .
  • Portrait Photography Ideas
    By: ARVC
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    First, things not to do. Show up wearing something nice. You don't have to show up in a tuxedo and an evening gown but it's better to stay away from your ripped clothes and your dirty clothes and your stained clothes.... .
  • Skating Foot Placement & Stance
    By: ARVC
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    for foot placement, you're gonna wanna always put your front foot in the front and your back foot in the back. It's always safer that way and it's always an easier way to start. You won't get confused, especially if you feel like you're a mongo pusher. Now, how you know if you wanna put your front foot in the front or your back foot in the back is by deciding if you're either regular or goofy. You can take one foot forward and if you put your left foot forward, you're probably gonna be a regular skater. If you take your first step foot forward and it's gonna be your right foot, you're gonna be a goofy skater. And that's how you decide whether or not you're goofy or regular.
  • Proper Sax Finger Placement
    By: jacksmith
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    Today we are going to talk about the correct finger place for the alto saxophone. Your first finger is going to go on the B key, which is right here. Your second finger is going to go on the A key, which is right here. In between that we have a little B flat bus key. The third finger is going to go on the G key, which is right above this little finger stack, here. The little finger controls this stack of keys, here. On the right hand, the first finger goes on the F key, second finger goes on the E key, and the third finger goes on the D key. Your little finger on your right hand controls these keys down here, which are the E flat and the low C.
  • How to Assemble a Saxophone
    By: jacksmith
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    Today we're going to talk about how to assemble the alto saxophone. First and foremost you want to get this neck strap in place. Next, you want to put the reed on the mouthpiece. The reed is held to the mouthpiece via the ligature. We place the reed on the mouthpiece thusly. So we've got a set up mouthpiece. Next, we want to put the mouthpiece onto the neck. Some people will have a thicker cork than this, in which case you'd use cork grease. It's very easy to purchase and most horns come with it. Get some grease on that cork and the mouthpiece will fit nicely.
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