Search results for: “Rock and roll

 

  • 3D Rock text effect - Photoshop
    By: Maroo
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  • How to Throw a Pick & Roll Pass - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
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    So now we'll walk through this. I'm on offense, and I have the basketball here. Right now Sammy's guarding. Sammy's a great on the ball defender. And I can't shake him. I can't get open. The only way I can get open is I need help from my teammate... .
  • How to Animate Found Objects - Stop Motion
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    It's good to know that when you're animating found objects, you can animate with almost any object you can find though some objects work better than others. For example, animating with a block may prove easier than animating with a ball because the block will stay where you put it whereas the ball may roll away.
  • How to Start Roller-Skating
    By: ARVC
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    If you've never skated before, the best thing to do would be to find out your local skating rink, or a company like the State Truck NYC, learn how to roller skate from experts because it's so much easier in the end. Once you figure out that you do want to start to roller skate, you just need to either rent skates, buy skates, decide if you want to roller skate, inline skate, and then go to the basic classes.
  • 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 Pose Men - Portrait Photography
    By: ARVC
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    Start by talking about posing techniques that are bad for men. Folding your arms. Especially folding your arms with a tilt. Roll your left shoulder back just a tiny bit. Turn your head to your right. This is, it makes you look vain and arrogant...
  • How to Play Flatpicking Style
    By: ARVC
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    Flat picking style guitar playing usually refers to playing melody with a flat pick usually on an acoustic guitar. And you might've heard some guys like Doc Watson, Clarence White playing fiddle tunes using a flat pick and a down-up down-up motion. So that's been a really influential style for guitar players in all different shades of country music from super traditional old time bluegrass to electrified rock and contemporary country.
  • Do Body Slam to Slide in Roll-Up - Wrestling
    By: ARVC
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    My name is Larry Sharpe. We're at the Monster Factory today, and we're going to go from a Slam Position, to a Back Slide, into a Roll Up off of the ropes. Okay, we're in a Collar and Elbow. Up for the Slam, Tommy drops behind his opponent, Waist Lock, runs him into the ropes, and this is a Roll Up. That is a Roll Up going into a Pinning Position. We're in a Collar and Elbow. Go up for a Slam. Tommy slides behind, and goes into a Roll Up, into a Saturday Night Ride.
  • Keep Your Clothes Looking New
    By: ARVC
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    Laundering cashmere or wool knits in the washing machine, even on the delicate cycle, can cause them to run and unravel. Instead, hand-wash them in the sink or a bowl with liquid detergent. Squeeze suds through the fabric instead of rubbing, and rinse thoroughly. Wringing knits weakens the fabric; instead, gently squeeze the water out. Then, lay the item flat on top of a towel, roll it up inside the towel, and press to remove more water. Unroll it, and spread it on a flat surface to dry.
  • Make a Fondant Crab (Cake Fondant)
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    I'm gonna use some premade red fondant. I'm going to roll it into a ball. You can roll it into some cornstarch, 'cause it may be sticky. Then I'm just going to flatten his back a little bit. That's for his body. Then I'm going to take a baller and make dents for his eyes. Then I'm going to take a tool with a nice pointy tip and I'm going to make his mouth. Then I'm going to set that aside and start to make his claws. I'm gonna use more premade red fondant, roll it in some cornstarch so it's not as sticky, then I'm going to roll it into a log, into a pretty thin log for his legs - for his claws. Then I'm going to take a cutting tool and I'm going to cut six little claws, set that aside. Then I'm going to take the end, and I'm going to just flatten it, flatten all six of them.
  • Bathing Your Dog

    Bathing Your Dog

    By: Jessicabrownie
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    Step 1: Prepare a bath Prepare a bath by adding three to four inches of warm water to the tub, sink, or basin. Tip Line the tub with a towel to keep the dog's feet from skidding. Step 2: Put dog into bath Put the dog into his bath. He will likely resist, so stay firm. Step 3: Wet your pet Use a spray hose or a large plastic pitcher to thoroughly wet your pet. Be sure not to get water directly in the dog's eyes, ears, or nose. Tip Leave your dog's collar on to help you hang on to him if he tries to flee. Another pair of hands will also help if your dog is especially large or wriggly. Step 4: Massage in shampoo Working from head to tail, gently massage the shampoo throughout the dog's coat. Tip Speak soothingly to your dog while you're working, to help calm him down. Step 5: Use sponge or washcloth Use the sponge or washcloth on the dog's grimiest areas—his underbelly, the insides of his legs, and of course, that ever-wagging tail. Step 6: Rinse him off Using the hose or pitcher again, rinse him off. Take care to do so completely—dried shampoo can seriously irritate a dog's skin. Step 7: Check inside ears Check the insides of his ears. If necessary, clean them gently with dampened cotton balls. Step 8: Dry him Dry him as much as possible with a clean towel. Tip No matter how dry you think you've gotten your dog, be prepared: he'll shake himself like mad the minute he gets a chance! Step 9: Brush dog Give your dog a quick brush to release any small tangles, and then set him free. He'll probably go roll around in the dirt to celebrate.
  • Making homemade pizza, tutorial
    By: articleA
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    Hi this is a tutorial video for making pizza. For this you will need pizza dough, sauce, a little flour, pizza pan, and of course rolling pan. Roll the dough on the table and then put it on the pizza pan and roll the round of the dough as you see the end it should look like this. Now I pour sauce and after that I will add ingredients like little tomatoes, garlic, olive you can add ingredient under or on the cheese, then I add mozzarella cheese and then sausage. And after this step I will bake it at 450 degree and it will become nice and crispy.
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