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  • 7 Things That Make People Instantly Like You
    By: Leonardo
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    Love at first sight might not be real, but first impressions count for a lot! In this video we have collected what makes people instantly like someone. When you meet a new group of people and one person makes you feel welcome and part of the group, They dont have to make that effort so I really appreciate it. When you both approach a 4-way stop at the same time and he/she realizes they got there a second earlier and just goes, instead of trying to wave him through.
  • Fallen Art Short Film
    By: Leonardo
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    Fallen Art is the name of a six-minute, animated short film. This film was written and directed by Tomasz Bagiński. The film was produced by and created by Platige Image. Platige Image is a VFX company. The film features Romanian band Fanfare Ciocarlias song "Asfalt Tango". Fallen Art presents the story of a self-proclaimed genral artist. The art of General A consists of a deranged method of stop motionphotography. Individual frames of the movie are created by the bodies of dead soldiers.
  • Weird Facts You Didn't Know About The Human Body
    By: Leonardo
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    1. Humans can sweat off 25 to 6% of their body weight. Meaning a 150 pound person could sweat off 9 pounds. That's more than an average baby weighs. 2. The heart can create enough pressure to spray blood 30 feet. It could score a goal! 3. Scientists have found over 500 functions for the human liver and with just 25% of its tissue, the liver can fully regenerate. 4. The tongue has around 10000 taste buds. But as people age, their taste buds dissolve and stop regenerating.
  • What if You Were Born in Space?
    By: pooya_f
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    If a baby were born in space (microgravity) and grew up there, would it influence the structure of the bone or body? Would microgravity cause the muscles to be smaller than a child growing up normally on Earth? If a pregnant woman flies in space and gives birth almost right away, the baby will be born pretty normal because it will develop in the womb very normally at Earth's gravity. What happens then is very interesting. The bone cells are programmed to grow--they don't stop until you are a teenager or so. But it is gravity as a stress that makes the cells in the bones have the right alignment, or stack up properly and pull the bone so that it forms straight. Without gravity, the baby's bones won't get long and thin like adult bone. They will be very easy to break, and they won't grow as fast. This is true for arms and legs.
  • 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 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 Hockey Stop - Roller-Skate
    By: ARVC
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    we're going to talk about hockey stops on roller skates. Hockey stops are when both of your feet turn in the same direction, and your hips flick out a little bit, and you come to a complete stop. Hockey stops are great for, again, roller derby, or session skating, jam skating, and it's really important if you are going to do street skating, so that you can stop on a dime, basically... .
  • How to Throw a Dribble Pass - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
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    Right now we'll talk about how to make a dribble pass. A dribble pass is used because it gives you an opportunity to make a quick pass in the game without taking extra time to stop and gather yourself. Like most things in basketball, anything we do with the right hand we want to be able to do with the left hand... .
  • How to Create Clay Scenery - Stop Motion
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    Once you've created your clay character, perhaps you'd like to make a place for the character to animate in. Dressing your set in an animation is important, of course, and there are many directions you can go in. We're going to be working with a camera directly in front of us, shooting against this backdrop here. You could use any color of fabric or paper to create your backdrop.
  • 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.
  • Claymation Basics
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    ou can create stop motion animated films with so many different types of materials. I think one of the most effective materials to use, of course, would be clay. And clay is a great great material for stop motion animation because it's so easy to change the form of clay. When animating with clay, you would apply the same rules you apply when you are animating with found objects. You would do things in small increments.
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