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*******www.nissantiida****.br/lounget... *******www.nissantiida****.br Vídeo de João Marcello Boscoli sobre desenhos infantis, em primeira mão.
29 Aug 2007
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Nesse tutorial eu ensino outra maneira de vetorizar um desenho feito em papel que foi escaneado.
20 Feb 2008
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desenho que marcou a infancia de muitos vale a pena ver...
18 Aug 2008
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Faroeste Caboclo é uma canção que traz a assinatura do compositor brasileiro Renato Russo. Composta em 1979, ela só foi lançada oficialmente em 1987, no álbum Que País É Este. Vejam esta versão criativa em desenho animado:
27 Sep 2009
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Dublagem, dubladores, dublagem de desenho animado, dublador de tv, dublador Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Jan 2010
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Quem trabalha com infoprodutos sabe que a apresentação é tão importante quanto o conteúdo, o desenho exclusivo e original de uma capa para criar caixa virtual de um ebook ou software é o factor decisivo para o interesse da compra.
16 Feb 2010
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*******www.casadart**** , como aplicar desenho adesivo decorativo em vinil autocolante
20 Apr 2011
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Como aplicar um desenho impresso e recortado digitalmente *******www.casadart****
20 Apr 2011
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Muito bom o dom da artista que faz desenhos com a areia.
25 Apr 2011
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desenho eroticos que se transformam em outros desenhos
6 Jul 2011
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uma compilação muito legal
4 Oct 2007
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Tutorial sobre vetorização de imagens utilizando o programa Adobe Flash CS3. Funciona também para o Flash 8.
28 Feb 2008
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huahuauhauhahu muito foda
21 Dec 2008
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Dot saves a mosquito and a dragonfly from a spider's web. Then she accidentally eats a magic root that shrinks her to the size of insects. Dot is really scared of all the insects but soon Keeto the mosquito she saved and a caterpillar named Butterwalk come and help her out.Dot and the Kangaroo, written in 1899, is a children's book by Ethel C. Pedley about a little girl named Dot who gets lost in the Australian outback and is eventually befriended by a kangaroo and several other marsupials. The book was adapted into a stage production in 1924 and a film in 1977.A girl named Dot is lost in the outback after chasing a hare into the wood and losing sight of her home. She is approached by a red kangaroo who gives her some berries to eat. Upon eating the berries, Dot is able to understand the language of all animals, and she tells the kangaroo her plight. The kangaroo, who has lost her own joey, decides to help little Dot despite her own fear of humans. The book is filled with criticism on negative human interference in the wild.The book was adapted into a 1977 film that featured a combination of animation and live-action. The main character, Dot, was voiced by Barbara Frawley. The movie featured an original soundtrack including several lyrical melodies composed by Bob Young, John Palmer and Marion Von Alderstein. The movie backdrop was filmed on location in and around the Jenolan Caves of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. Although the film uses many of the same elements as other animated children's musicals involving animals, such as many of the Disney films in the United states, the film is essentially Australian in its use of icons and accents. It also references Indigenous Australian culture in some scenes which show animation of cave paintings and aboriginal dancing.[2] The film was a success and allowed Yoram Gross to enlarge his production company and market his family films in the United States. Also, the film's use of animation set against still photographic backgrounds established the style for many of his later films.Surrounding the first of the movies, titled "Dot and the Kangaroo," is some controversy and alleged drug references. Regardless of the nature or implications of the movie's script, numerous cannabis plants are visible in both the foreground and background of the movie on several occasions. Furthermore, Kangaroo gives Dot a root to eat, called the "Root of Understanding," but warns, "You mustn't eat too much ... If you eat too much, you'll know too much." Others claim that such occurrences are a mere coincidence.A DVD version of the film was released on October 30, 2001. In the 1980s, Family Home Entertainment had an American release on home video (possibly the only Australian cartoon to be released on home video by the company). In Australia there is a complete series DVD set of all the Dot films.
15 Mar 2010
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nossa inacreditavel o kra manja
7 Feb 2009
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aprendendo a desenhar perfuratriz
11 Feb 2010
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