Search results for: “light

 

  • City Sunglass

    City Sunglass

    FREE 0
    There are different types of sunglasses like prescriptive sunglasses, polarized sunglasses or the latest designer lenses and frame, sunglasses do more than make you look good. They are an important part of keeping your eyes healthy. Just like skin, your eyes also need protection from sun rays. The right sunglasses can help protect against cataracts, eye cancer and other eye conditions. For the best protection against bright light and damaging UV rays, choose lenses that wrap around the sides of your face. Check this website https://citysunglass.com/product-category/mens-sunglasses/  for buying the right sunglasses.
  • Free Energy Magnet Motor fan used as Free Energy Generator
    By: Michael_J
    FREE 0
    This system of free energy fan rotation of magnet motor is used as free energy generator for lighting of bulb. For construction were used CPU fan, thin magnets and led lighting bulb. Explained step by step how to build free energy. This is Free Energy Magnet Motor fan rotation video of Free Energy Magnet Engine used as free energy generator thanks to neodymium magnet.
  • How to Paint Glass and Reflections
    By: Mark_P
    FREE 0
    Shiny, sparkly items that reflect light seem like theyd be impossible to capture with watercolor, but thanks to the miracle of masking fluid, theyre a lot easier than you might think. The video is sped up 5x at the beginning, and 8x for most of it, so youll be able to see my process a little easier. Honestly, when I paint something this big and this wet, at least half of my time is spent waiting for it to dry in between glazes.
  • Painting a Black and White Painting
    By: Leonardo
    FREE 0
    This is an old-school way to work: black and white on toned or colored paper. Its often called a wash drawing, and you can explore a range of values, and, in this case, textures. You'll need black watercolor OR some other dark color like brown, purple, green, or blue, along with an opaque white paint (I used acrylic paint). I think beginners or advanced-beginners will learn a lot from this project. Colors used in background: cadmium red light, cadmium yellow light, cadmium yellow medium, alizarine crimson, all by Old Holland. Black paint by Prang. White acrylic paint by Liquitex.
  • Take Professional Photos for Your Online Shop With Your Phone
    By: Leonardo
    FREE 0
    Today well show you how to take amazing professional photos with your camera phone, without any expensive equipment. Its a great trick if you sell things on sites like ebay or even craigslist. To start youre going to need a computer monitor or laptop screen to load the background image on. Try searching the term "Bokeh", Bokeh typically refers to the way a camera lens interbutes out of focus points of light. We want to simulate this on our phone which typically cannot produce such a thing. Find a beautiful image and set it to load up in fullscreen. Then you need a reflect surface to use as the base...
  • Paint American Flag
    By: Bradley
    FREE 0
    Have you ever thought about how often an artist has to paint drapery? Drapery is the art term for folds and wrinkles in fabric. In this video were going to paint some extra tough drapery: the American flag. Painting with watercolor is difficult so we decided to solve this problem with masking fluid. The stripes are easier, but the flags wrinkles pose their own challenges. Used materials: * Paper: 9"x12" 140 lb. watercolor paper by The Langton * Preliminary drawing: 4H Derwent Graphic pencil. * Palette: Eldajon from Jerrys Artarama * Masking fluid: Incredible White Mask liquid frisket * Main colors: cadmium yellow light, cadmium red light, alizarin crimson, cadmium yellow medium, cerulean, ultramarine blue, thalo blue, dioxazine mauve, and sepia
  • Making of sugar glass for decoration
    By: Bradley
    FREE 0
    INGREDIENTS 3 cups white sugar (must be white granulated sugar) 1 cups light corn syrup 1 cup water 1 tablespoon lemon, or other flavored extract-( make sure that you use a non colored extract or it will tint the finished product) blue food coloring (I used about 10 drops of McCormick food coloring) First of all stir together the white sugar, corn syrup, and water. Remove it from heat and stir in flavored extract and food coloring, if desired. You can use any color and here we use a blue color to show a frozen glass. Pour onto a greased cookie sheet. Let cool, and break into large pieces that resemble broken ice. Store in an airtight container.
  • Exploding of Planet Earth
    By: Leonardo
    FREE 0
    According to Newton's theory of gravity claims that if the sun were suddenly to explode, the earth - some 93 million miles away - would instantaneously suffer a departure from its usual elliptical orbit. It would take light from the explosion of the sun eight minutes to travel to the earth. Dan and Gav recorder this film at 2500 frames per second which is 100 times faster than our eyes. For this film they have used a Phantom Flex camera.
  • How to Paint a Realistic Mouth (Lips) - Watercolor Portrait Tutorial
    By: Leonardo
    FREE 0
    This is part two of a series of watercolor painting tutorials that will show you how to paint a mouth and lips, 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 a mouth, too. What you see here is a speed painting at 8x normal time. Painting details: "Kelly's Lips" is a 5"x7" watercolor on Arches 140 lb watercolor paper. It was taped to a piece of masonite with Kraft paper tape. Colors used: cadmium red light, alizarine crimson, cadmium yellow medium, dioxazine mauve (all by Old Holland); opera (by Holbein); iridescent napthol red (by DaVinci).
  • Watercolor Portrait Painting Demonstration by Kelly Eddington
    By: Leonardo
    FREE 0
    This is a watercolor of Emily, the star of the Beauty Broadcast YouTube channel. This video shows the first 70 minutes of work on her face. What you see on most of her face is just underpainting. Today I concentrated on darkening her eyes, nose, and mouth, so those features really pop against her much-too-light skin. This is about 1/4 of the whole painting, which will include her massive collection of makeup.
  • How to Use Dramatic Lighting Techniques
    FREE 0
    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.
  • How to Use a Photography Umbrella
    FREE 0
    As you can see, I'm using this strong tungsten light over here. Inexpensive. Very, very easy to get. It makes a very, very harsh light, and the deep shadows that it forms on your subject's face are not particularly attractive.
Total Products= 87 (8 pages)