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  • How to Paint a Realistic Eye - Watercolor Portrait Tutorial
    By: Leonardo
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    This is part one of a series of watercolor painting tutorials that will show you how to paint an eye, then the series will continue demonstrating how to paint a face with watercolor techniques, leading up to a full watercolor portrait tutorial. Additional videos will demonstrate how to draw eyes, too. What you see here is a speed painting at 8x normal time. Painting details: "Cassidy's Eye" is an 8"x10" watercolor on Arches 140 lb watercolor paper. It was taped to a piece of masonite with Kraft paper tape.
  • Serenade - Schubert
    By: Bradley
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    Schubert's immortal "Serenade" was written in 1826. it is so familiar that it needs no analysis, nor is one necessary from any point of view. It is simply a lovely melody from first note to last, written upon the inspiration of the moment, and yet characterized by absolute perfection of finish and a grace and beauty of which one never tires. It was originally composed as an alto solo and male chorus and was subsequently rearranged for female voices only. The circumstances of its composition as told by Schubert's biographer, Von Hellborn, are of more than ordinary interest.
  • Claude Debussy - "Clair de Lune"
    By: Bradley
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    The Suite bergamasque is one of the most famous piano suites by Claude Debussy. Debussy commenced the suite in 1890 at age 28, but he did not finish or publish it until 1905. The Suite bergamasque consists of four movements: 1. Prélude 2. Menuet 3. Clair de lune ("Moonlight" in English) 4. Passepied The third and most famous movement of Suite bergamasque is "Clair de lune," meaning "moonlight" in French. Its name comes from Paul Verlaine's poem of the same name which also refers to 'bergamasques' in its opening stanza.
  • Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
    By: Bradley
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    he Moonlight Sonata was composed in the summer of 1801 in Hungary, on an estate belonging to the Brunswick family. The composition was published in 1802 and was dedicated to Beethoven’s pupil and passion, 17 years old Countess Giulietta Gucciardi. The Sonata is one of the most popular piano sonatas from Beethoven’s creation. Some biographers make the connection between the unshared love the composer held for Giulietta Guicciardi and the sonorities of the first part.
  • Watercolor Tips to Improve Paintings - 5 MORE Beginner Mistake
    By: Leonardo
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    I get lots of questions from beginners, and most of them are along the lines of "what am I doing wrong?" I thought I'd make a series of videos that might help. I thought of 15 problems beginners encounter when they paint with watercolor, and here are 6 through 10! Most of these problems are more like bad habits and are easy to correct, except for the ones that require you to be patient. I can't really help you with that one. Stay tuned the final video in this series.
  • How to download new fonts to your computer
    By: Leonardo
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    In this tutorial we'll show you how to download and install new fonts to your windows operating system. First of all open your browser. in this tutorial we're using google chrome as the browser. In a new tab write "fonts" and press the Enter button. This will force your chrome to google for "font". Then choose one of the results and open it. I'm sure you'll find many fonts. Just go ahead and download one of them. Once you've downloaded a font, open it. Then push the install button on top of the opened window.
  • Freeze Yourself To Live Forever? The Truth About Cryonics
    By: pooya_f
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    If death was imminent, would you consider cryogenically freezing yourself, with the hopes that one day future technology would bring you back to life? Battling with brain cancer, thats what 22 year old Kim Suozzi did, and there are others just like her! But does this have any basis in science? Trace has the answers!
  • The Real Walking Dead: All About Cotard's Syndrome
    By: pooya_f
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    There are people who are alive, but who are convinced they are dead. It's called Cotard Syndrome and it's one of the most bizarre and intriguing disorders we've ever heard of. Walking Corpse Syndrome is a rare mental disorder in which people hold a delusional belief that they are dead, yet this is not essential to the syndrome. Those who suffer from this illness often deny that they exist or that a certain portion of their body exists.
  • 10 Things You Didn't Know About Xbox
    By: pooya_f
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    10. the U.S. army has an Autonomous Rotorcraft Sniper System - a robot helicopter. It can fire 10 sniper rounds a second & is controlled via an Xbox 360 pad. 9.When the original Xbox was released in 2001, Microsoft lost $125 for each console sold. In 4 years it lost Microsoft $4 billion. 8. Xbox One controllers have cost over $100 million to develop & should last 10 years. Each button should be able to withstand 3 million presses.
  • Top 10 Places You Aren't Allowed To Visit
    By: pooya_f
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    10. RAF Menwith Hill in UK: The UK airforce base is the world's largest electronic monitoring site. If a pilot is hatched or a missile is launched, they'll hear about it here first. 9. Club 33, Disneyland in California, US: An exclusive members' club for VIPs in the heart of Disneyland (New Orleans Square). Has a decades long waiting list to join. 8. Bohemian Grove in California: Looks like an innocent campsite from the outside, but to get inside you have to be one of the world's most powerful people...
  • 7 Extinct Animals We Wish Were Brought Back to Life
    By: pooya_f
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    There are a lot of cool animals we wish were still alive. Most of the extinct animals in this list were killed because of humans. We all want these animals to come back but the theory is that if we brought these animals back, we will probably be taking advantage of them. 1. The Laughing Owl: This animal is also called white faced owl and it was found in New Zealand. The last one of this owl was found dead in New Zealand in 1914. 2. The Giant Sloth
  • How Coaches Evaluate Online Activity - Football Recruiting
    By: ARVC
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    You know, one of the best avenues you can take to get yourself recruited is to be online. Use the internet. Right? College approach, college coaches recruit online. Y'know one day I was talking to a running back coach from the University of Illinois, and he said, "You know the great thing about the internet, is I can sit in my office, hit a couple of buttons, and pull up the top running backs in the country." You have got to be on that list as one of those top running backs. Right? Get your information online so college coaches can find you. Make it easy for college coaches to recruit you, by getting your stuff online on the internet. Simple, right? It's the fastest, easiest way we have to get our information, and good information to college coaches.
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