How to transform a multiplication into a simple counting of points through the drawing of a square shape (original analogy was with a stool). It works with any numbers if you keep the right partition. If you use a zero, use a dotted line. When a dotted line cross another dotted line or a plain line, count zero. You can verify with your calculator!It's only meant to be a funny trick to show to kids not to be an efficient way to do multiplication.An application of this trick can be seen at:http://www.metacafe.com/watch/339625/easy_graphical_fractions_addition_subtraction_trick/check our new video: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/410784/eating_fire/
Very strong idea... Look at the whole picture!
Funny Nike ad. Make the ball happy by drawing on it, catching it with your knees, or just kicking it into the goal.
Kseniya Simonova is a Ukrainian artist who just won Ukraine's version of "America's Got Talent." She uses a giant light box, dramatic music, imagination and "sand painting" skills to interpret Germany's invasion and occupation of Ukraine during WWII.
Streaming AXE Phone Number. Girl drawing her phone number over toast. Cool Commercial ads.
This guy continues to amaze people with his sidewalk 3D chalk
Man draws portraits of both hands simultaneously.
Artist uses old type writer to create his drawings
You can learn to draw a face like this.. It's very easy..
*READ ALL* This is SARCASM PEOPLE. THIS IS A VIDEO RESPONSE AND IS A JOKE. for all those who think the real you is the best you. This is a response to the featured video: youtube.com Guys guys NO hating on the girl who made the original. I just think that the concept of drawing on abs is a little misleading and not needed,that's all. She makes good videos. Keep it clean people. I'm not hating her, i think people really find her videos useful. It was just this one video that threw me off a ...
The aliens have returned to Earth yet again, messing up Duke's sweet routine of dirty leisure. The alien invaders are stealing Earth's women and they drank Duke's beer. As Duke battles his way through waves of aliens, the once-beautiful gambling haven and Duke Nukem franchise chains are crumbling before his eyes. You are given access to an arsenal of over-the-top weapons, nonstop action, and numerous levels of interactivity. Shoot hoops, lift weights, read adult magazines, draw crude messages on whiteboards, or ogle the many women that occupy Duke's life; that is, if you can pull yourself away from destroying alien invaders.
You'll never know that how these're created??
While a father plays a video game on an ASUS Eee Slate -- a "Very PC" activity -- his daughter turns the living room walls into a mural. He takes the slate from its stand and gives it to his daughter. The stylus capabilities transform the slate from a Windows 7 PC gaming console into a high-tech drawing tool -- which is "Not Very PC."
This guy should definitely go draw some graffiti... - Brandon McConnell space spraying. What a talent!
About the drawing: Over 20 hours of drawing!!! The music is made with the royalty free music program “Dance eJay 6”. The image is originally created by a 3D artist called André Kutscherauer and is absolutely unique and highly creative. It’s a picture about self-fulfillment. “All our lifetime we aspire to get the ultimate self-fulfillment. But if we get there - the sense of life is gone. The way itself is the aim! Life is like the probe for a theatre play that never happens...” – he says. In fact, the “little helper” lookalike is a 50 watt bulb connected on max 35 watt socket. In other words, his head will EXPLODE!
NEW YORK, USA, November 2009
UNICEFs Goodwill Ambassadors have joined in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) by appearing in public service announcements meant to draw attention to the groundbreaking international human rights covenant. The CRC turns 20 on 20 November.
In the 30-second PSAs, the prominent UNICEF supporters champion the myriad causes that are important to them. Actress and activist Mia Farrow, for example, speaks about the right of children to be protected from violence. Classical pianist Lang Lang addresses the right to play. And supermodel and businesswoman Claudia Schiffer talks about the right to quality education.
The ambassadors hope they can help turn the worlds attention to the CRC, a legally binding international treaty that has helped shape legislation, guided the work of non-governmental organizations and changed the lives of millions of children.
For more information...please visit: http://www.unicef.org/rightsite/