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  • Parking a go-kart by a very young boy
    By: mystery11
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    One of the most exciting sports are go-karting. While driving a go-kart you just need to focus on your driving, no need to changing the gears. Just hold the steering wheel and change the speed. In this video, the very young boy parks the car into the garage in an amazing way. Watch the video and see how professional he is and how he drives the go-kart like a master.
  • Winged Nativity Watercolor painting
    By: Bradley
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    In this video we are painting the snow bird from the "Winged Nativity" watercolor. What you see here is sped up 16 times (with a couple of slower sections). These tools are used in this video: * Winged Nativity is a 10.5"x13.5" watercolor on Arches 140 lb watercolor paper. It was taped to a piece of masonite with Kraft paper tape. * Watercolor brand: Old Holland * Masking fluid: Incredible White Mask liquid frisket. * Brushes: various small round brushes by American Painter and Cotman, ranging from sizes 0 to 6, and an ancient fuzzed-out white brush that says "2/0 Royal."
  • How I made my blog - How to add live traffic feed for blogger? Part 25
    By: techpills
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    This video is continuation of How I made my blog - How to check and optimize your web page speed to improve? Part 24 https://www.youtube.com_watch?v=b24xxPEbAbA In this video, I have explained How to add live traffic feed script to your website or blog.
  • How I made my blog - How to check and optimize your web page speed to improve? Part 24
    By: techpills
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    This video is continuation of How I made my blog - How to verify your site with webmaster tools? Part 23 https://www.youtube.com_watch?v=xsRNiNOJfH0 In this video, I have explained How to check your web page speed and to improve.
  • How to Paint a Realistic Mouth (Lips) - Watercolor Portrait Tutorial
    By: Leonardo
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    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).
  • 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.
  • How to Skate Backwards Fast - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    you want to make sure that your knees are bent, chest is a little bit forward to begin with, and when you get up a lot of speed going backwards, you're actually using your edges a lot more than when you're going slow. So we're actually going to utilize crossing over backwards, and scissors, and one foot scissors, and all those good things all together to make us really get our speed up when we're skating backwards... .
  • How to Do a Power Slide - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    A power slide is a very easy way to stop while your speed is very fast. The best way I can describe it is think of Zorro, and when they do their nice, little fencing technique, so when you're bent down in your ready position, you'll actually be going in the opposite direction backwards. As you put pressure on your front leg, you're going to have a straight leg all the way down, and have pressure on the inside wheels, so it kind of comes to a complete stop backwards... .
  • How to Do a Change-of-Pace Dribble - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
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    Right now we'll talk about a change of pace dribble. A change of pace dribble is used when the player is pushing the ball up the court to make the defender think that they're going full speed. And then you'll hesitate and change your pace to then explode by them... .
  • How to Dribble Faster - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
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    Right now we'll talk about how to dribble the basketball faster. And handling the ball with speed is good because it makes it more difficult for the defender to steal the ball from you. So right now we'll walk through a couple of quick drills that we use on a regular basis that help us to handle the ball faster... .
  • How to Do a Speed Dribble - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
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    Right now we'll talk about how to speed dribble. Speed dribbling is essential because it helps us to get the court as fast as possible. Really, in fast break situations, if you're a ball handler you want to get from point A to point B down the court as fast as possible... .
  • How to Stop in Skateboarding
    By: ARVC
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    So there's a few ways you can start. You can either put your foot down, the whole foot, your front toe, you're heel, It depends. Sometimes you even want to dig in your foot in the back wheel. It's up to you. Some people like to do car size, other speed checks, heel side, toe side. You can do 180 turns. It's really up to you. So each to their own. Whatever you're most comfortable with. You want to make sure you're going at a speed that's safe, that you know you're able to handle.
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