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Please read!! First, a couple people have asked for a tutorial on this, and because it's all made in Adobe software, and this channel is strictly Final Cut, I probably won't make one. I did find a good tutorial on how to make a similar look for it though. I did mine all free hand, without any guidance, but I think this could help those interested. http://library.creativecow.net/articles/park_michael/007_Intro.php I know I haven't had a tutorial out FOREVER, but honestly I have been crazy working, so here is a little video to show some of my work, and a new tutorial should be out within the next week! This was made using After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator CS4, along with Final Cut Pro (I have graduated from Express, but will still be doing Express tutorials)
5 Nov 2009
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0bGrvKVxac 1/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAIv7R8yk5c 2/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_rJu_20Aps 3/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8lDTLlmvwk 4/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc-TsGzhsN8 5/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soKFraGA-oU 6/6... »Aghora (literally, "non-terrifying") is the spiritual path that seeks to negate all that is ghora ("terrible, terrifying") in life. The ghora encompasses all those experiences that most people find intolerable, for almost everyone is as ready to enjoy life's pleasures as they are to avoid misery. Most spiritual advisers admonish their devotees to shy away from the ghora, but aghoris (practitioners of Aghora) embrace the ghora fervidly, for what most terrifies an aghori is the prospect of becoming mired in duality. Aghoris go so far into the ghora that the ghora becomes tolerable to them; diving deeply into darkness, an aghori finally surfaces into light. No means to awakening is too disgusting or frightening for an aghori, for Aghora is the Path of the Shadow of Death, the path that forcibly separates an individual from attachment to every ordinary self-descriptor. Aghora's temple is the smashan (cremation ground), where aghoris worship death, the Great Transformer, with a savage, all-consuming love. Those who are enslaved by their cravings think aghoris mad for displaying such ferocity in their quest for knowing. They condemn Aghora's outwardly repugnant practices because they cannot see beneath their ritual skin. If they could but peep into an aghori's heart they would find there an ache for Reality so fierce that no means could be too extreme to achieve it. This ache drives the divine fury, the passionately unrestrained non-attachment to absolutely everything, that is Aghora's hallmark. Aghoris earn their illumination by incinerating themselves moment by moment in their own internal fires, laughingly consuming any substance and performing any activity that might further enkindle their awareness. They seize every moment of life that God offers to them, even a trip to the toilet, as a fresh opportunity to surrender to the One. Good aghoris takes their temples with them as they wander the world, ceaselessly amazed to witness the universe consuming itself in the fires of an ongoing cosmic cremation. Aghora like alchemy substitutes for a set recipe of self-development an outline whose details differ for each practitioner. Each aghori and his customs are unique, and in truth all one aghori has in common with another is their degree of intensity and determination. Aghoris become so desperate in their quests that they channel their every thought and feeling into a super-obsession, a single-minded quest to achieve the Beloved. They endeavor eternally to dismember their restricted selves fully, that God may have a free hand to re-member them completely. They die day by day while they are still alive, that by dying to their limitations they can be reborn into the eternal life of Reality. Aghoris achieve laser-like focus by learning to awaken and cultivate that evolutionary power that the Tantras call Kundalini. Vimalananda comments, "Ahamkara, your 'I-creating' faculty, continuously remembers you by self-identifying with all the cells in your body and all the facets of your personality. Ahamkara is your personal shakti (power); she integrates the many parts of you into the individual that you are. You develop spiritually when you can cause ahamkara to realize, little by little, that she is actually She: the Kundalini Shakti. This growing realization gradually awakens Kundalini, and as She awakens She forgets to self-identify with your limited human personality. Then She is ready to recollect something new."« (Robert Svoboda)
9 Nov 2009
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www.shopsmithscademy.com presents: How to use the Lathe Duplicator Tool-Holder -- with a simple, shop-made accessory that holds the cutter at an angle -- to hollow-out bowls and other lathe turning projects. Many beginning turners will find this technique offer more control than using conventional chisels. From Shopsmith's FREE "Hands Online!" series of video woodworking tips and tricks from Author/Craftsman Nick Engler to our fellow woodworkers throughout the world. Search: woodworking woodworker wood shopsmith handsonline hands online academy mark v lathe turning bowl faceplate collet chuck hollow hollowing bore boring bar cutter duplicator jig fixture
8 Dec 2009
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0bGrvKVxac 1/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAIv7R8yk5c 2/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_rJu_20Aps 3/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8lDTLlmvwk 4/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc-TsGzhsN8 5/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soKFraGA-oU 6/6... »Aghora (literally, "non-terrifying") is the spiritual path that seeks to negate all that is ghora ("terrible, terrifying") in life. The ghora encompasses all those experiences that most people find intolerable, for almost everyone is as ready to enjoy life's pleasures as they are to avoid misery. Most spiritual advisers admonish their devotees to shy away from the ghora, but aghoris (practitioners of Aghora) embrace the ghora fervidly, for what most terrifies an aghori is the prospect of becoming mired in duality. Aghoris go so far into the ghora that the ghora becomes tolerable to them; diving deeply into darkness, an aghori finally surfaces into light. No means to awakening is too disgusting or frightening for an aghori, for Aghora is the Path of the Shadow of Death, the path that forcibly separates an individual from attachment to every ordinary self-descriptor. Aghora's temple is the smashan (cremation ground), where aghoris worship death, the Great Transformer, with a savage, all-consuming love. Those who are enslaved by their cravings think aghoris mad for displaying such ferocity in their quest for knowing. They condemn Aghora's outwardly repugnant practices because they cannot see beneath their ritual skin. If they could but peep into an aghori's heart they would find there an ache for Reality so fierce that no means could be too extreme to achieve it. This ache drives the divine fury, the passionately unrestrained non-attachment to absolutely everything, that is Aghora's hallmark. Aghoris earn their illumination by incinerating themselves moment by moment in their own internal fires, laughingly consuming any substance and performing any activity that might further enkindle their awareness. They seize every moment of life that God offers to them, even a trip to the toilet, as a fresh opportunity to surrender to the One. Good aghoris takes their temples with them as they wander the world, ceaselessly amazed to witness the universe consuming itself in the fires of an ongoing cosmic cremation. Aghora like alchemy substitutes for a set recipe of self-development an outline whose details differ for each practitioner. Each aghori and his customs are unique, and in truth all one aghori has in common with another is their degree of intensity and determination. Aghoris become so desperate in their quests that they channel their every thought and feeling into a super-obsession, a single-minded quest to achieve the Beloved. They endeavor eternally to dismember their restricted selves fully, that God may have a free hand to re-member them completely. They die day by day while they are still alive, that by dying to their limitations they can be reborn into the eternal life of Reality. Aghoris achieve laser-like focus by learning to awaken and cultivate that evolutionary power that the Tantras call Kundalini. Vimalananda comments, "Ahamkara, your 'I-creating' faculty, continuously remembers you by self-identifying with all the cells in your body and all the facets of your personality. Ahamkara is your personal shakti (power); she integrates the many parts of you into the individual that you are. You develop spiritually when you can cause ahamkara to realize, little by little, that she is actually She: the Kundalini Shakti. This growing realization gradually awakens Kundalini, and as She awakens She forgets to self-identify with your limited human personality. Then She is ready to recollect something new."« (Robert Svoboda)
19 Dec 2009
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0bGrvKVxac 1/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAIv7R8yk5c 2/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_rJu_20Aps 3/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8lDTLlmvwk 4/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc-TsGzhsN8 5/6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soKFraGA-oU 6/6... »Aghora (literally, "non-terrifying") is the spiritual path that seeks to negate all that is ghora ("terrible, terrifying") in life. The ghora encompasses all those experiences that most people find intolerable, for almost everyone is as ready to enjoy life's pleasures as they are to avoid misery. Most spiritual advisers admonish their devotees to shy away from the ghora, but aghoris (practitioners of Aghora) embrace the ghora fervidly, for what most terrifies an aghori is the prospect of becoming mired in duality. Aghoris go so far into the ghora that the ghora becomes tolerable to them; diving deeply into darkness, an aghori finally surfaces into light. No means to awakening is too disgusting or frightening for an aghori, for Aghora is the Path of the Shadow of Death, the path that forcibly separates an individual from attachment to every ordinary self-descriptor. Aghora's temple is the smashan (cremation ground), where aghoris worship death, the Great Transformer, with a savage, all-consuming love. Those who are enslaved by their cravings think aghoris mad for displaying such ferocity in their quest for knowing. They condemn Aghora's outwardly repugnant practices because they cannot see beneath their ritual skin. If they could but peep into an aghori's heart they would find there an ache for Reality so fierce that no means could be too extreme to achieve it. This ache drives the divine fury, the passionately unrestrained non-attachment to absolutely everything, that is Aghora's hallmark. Aghoris earn their illumination by incinerating themselves moment by moment in their own internal fires, laughingly consuming any substance and performing any activity that might further enkindle their awareness. They seize every moment of life that God offers to them, even a trip to the toilet, as a fresh opportunity to surrender to the One. Good aghoris takes their temples with them as they wander the world, ceaselessly amazed to witness the universe consuming itself in the fires of an ongoing cosmic cremation. Aghora like alchemy substitutes for a set recipe of self-development an outline whose details differ for each practitioner. Each aghori and his customs are unique, and in truth all one aghori has in common with another is their degree of intensity and determination. Aghoris become so desperate in their quests that they channel their every thought and feeling into a super-obsession, a single-minded quest to achieve the Beloved. They endeavor eternally to dismember their restricted selves fully, that God may have a free hand to re-member them completely. They die day by day while they are still alive, that by dying to their limitations they can be reborn into the eternal life of Reality. Aghoris achieve laser-like focus by learning to awaken and cultivate that evolutionary power that the Tantras call Kundalini. Vimalananda comments, "Ahamkara, your 'I-creating' faculty, continuously remembers you by self-identifying with all the cells in your body and all the facets of your personality. Ahamkara is your personal shakti (power); she integrates the many parts of you into the individual that you are. You develop spiritually when you can cause ahamkara to realize, little by little, that she is actually She: the Kundalini Shakti. This growing realization gradually awakens Kundalini, and as She awakens She forgets to self-identify with your limited human personality. Then She is ready to recollect something new."« (Robert Svoboda)
25 Dec 2009
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To purchase the full length version of this video, please visit http://www.videoshelf.com For quick precision, you can't beat clipper cutting. Gary Rallison provides practical step-by-step instruction for clipper cutting all free-hand without guards. Techniques include tapering, blending, razoring, razor cutting, working razor over comb, and cutting shear over comb on three models.
16 Jan 2010
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this is a redone painting of Bob Ross' original, it was done in about 2 hours and was done free handed, not drawn out before hand
1 Mar 2010
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This is Lars Ulrich's Drum track for the song Nothing Else Matters off of the album Metallica (The Black Album) "Nothing Else Matters" is a song by heavy metal band Metallica. It was first released in 1991 on the self-titled Black Album which includes the hit single Enter Sandman. The song reached #11 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks Charts in 1992. Singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield initially wrote it to a former girlfriend, but now he cannot remember why;[citation needed] some say it meant that "no matter how far" he was (since Metallica spent most of their time on tours), he was still "so close" with the heart. He considered it a very personal song and was not going to publish it, until drummer Lars Ulrich heard it and wanted it on Metallica. Now Metallica considers it a song dedicated to all their fans and it has become a staple of their live performances. Its intro is an E minor arpeggio beginning with the open E, G, B and high E strings. It was first rumoured, and then confirmed by Hetfield on Classic Albums: The Black Album DVD, that he started composing it while he was on the phone with his girlfriend and only had one free hand. It is one of the few Metallica songs in which Hetfield, rather than Hammett, plays the guitar solo being that Hetfield recorded all rhythm and most harmony tracks on the band's first five albums. It is also the only Metallica song that does not feature Hammett's playing (excluding Cliff Burton's bass solo (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth). In response to a question asked by a fan in So What!, the magazine of Metallica's official fan club, Hetfield confirmed that he recorded every guitar track on the song. The video was premiered on MTV on February 26, 1992. It was directed by Adam Dubin; it consists of parts of the "A year and a half..." video tape which was shot during the recordings of the Black Album. MTV will however not air the video during day hours any more because it features nudity in the form of pin up posters that are taped up in the studio. It also has a picture of frontman Kip Winger, in which Lars Ulrich is seen throwing darts at him. The video was removed from Youtube.com in December 2008 due to 'copyright claims by a third party'. The Single would hit the top 10 in the UK - reaching number 6. For its appearance on S&M, its orchestration was arranged by Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. This live version is found on the S&M album. This version was also released as the single "Nothing Else Matters '99", which included the B-sides "−Human", and the S&M version of "For Whom The Bell Tolls", on January 4, 2000. There is also an acoustic remix of "Nothing Else Matters" that is called the "elevator version" with no electric guitars (replaced by acoustic guitars, even for the solo), Kamen's orchestrations, and Hetfield's voice only; it appears as the B-Side to Sad But True.
11 Mar 2010
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Hands Free - Its The Law in California! By Skyler Stone "This is a sketch about a loser who thinks he is following the law now by not using his hands while driving, as it is the new California law as of today, July 1st, 2008. What will you do with your two free hands now??? Starring Skyler Stone Written by Skyler Stone Directed by Brandon Kraines Produced by Michael Abbott Thanks to Jerry Artukovich and Gov Schwarzenegger In Memory of George Carlin"
13 Mar 2010
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www.shopsmithscademy.com presents: Two simple jigs to keep corners square when assembling or gluing-up wooden parts. From Shopsmith's FREE "Hands Online!" series of video woodworking tips and tricks from Author/Craftsman Nick Engler to our fellow woodworkers throughout the world. Search: woodworking woodworker wood shopsmith handsonline hands online academy mark v square true corners corner assembly glue-up precise precision degrees
16 May 2010
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This book is more Indo than it is Arabic design. For those of you who love Indian henna and want to try your hand at Arabic design, this would be a good book to start with. To purchase this book http://www.freehandmehndi.com/product/indoarabicheena Free Hand Mehndi Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/wwwfreehandmehndicom/212225... Free Hand Mehndi Twitter http://twitter.com/freehandmehndi
23 Jul 2010
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This is my 2nd try at a Moroccan Design on cam. I am not very good at Moroccan designs and have had no training in this style of henna. I think next time I will start the design further down the wrist. Please let me know what you think. ***Design is by Kenzi and is from Henna Tribes hot 100 design book Copyright 2010 Free Hand Mehndi
6 Aug 2010
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Lunch finished and I thankfully got myself up from Joe's lap. From there it was just like the old days. I paid more attention in class, not like last time where I'd spent most of my time crying. And it was definately nice having Joe holding my hand sitting next to me. I noticed that graduation came near. I didn't think much of it though. Joe tutored me for my entrance exams and I felt confident. And of course I passed. I have a exremely smart and sexy tutor. Hmm I wonder how I managed to concetrate while lessons. We're in the second to last month of school and I can't help but notice changes in Joe. It's seriously bothering me. And I'm getting more and more confused each day. Last night was probably the one that bothered me the most... *~*~* He chuckled. It had a really big effect on me. For the last couple of days, I felt his aura growing, I could feel menace yet seduction and over powering attraction from him. More girls started to come to him. And it bothered me. He payed no mind to it. Yet if only those girls knew he was Joe. "Dem, just wear what ever you'd like. Its nothing special." I was picking an outfit. His family was having a party. Which was nearing in just a couple of days. I was worried sick. "You're not a girl, you wouldn't understand." "Well I think you look amazing in anything. Including nothing." He spoke yet again seductively through the phone and I could even feel his aura surround me. I shivered. "Slow down naughty biy. Geez, a girl can only handle so much you know." He laughed. "Yes, you can handle alot." I blushed. "Seriously must you bring that up?" "I'm just messing with you." "Meanie." I picked out the perfect outfit. I picked something simple but perfect. A white dress that was flowy at the end and came to my knees. The top part and Strapless but ran right across my chest. Showing nothing. I could wear black flats and a black belt and it'd be perfect. I squealed. Finally done and proud. "You found it?" He laughed. "Yessirie." I beamed. "Alright. Well goodnight Dem. I love you." "I love you too." On the night of the party, affter we talked in our small get together. Around mid-night, at which the party was still on. There was this sudden charge in the air and the tension became unbearable. Everyone became quiet. Joe was seated next to me with his eyes closed and his hands at his knees in fist. The tension radiated from him and I know we all felt intance preasure smothering us. Joe opened his eyes and they were the demonized once before. And I gasped lightly in shock. Everyone stared at him wide eyed. Joe was tense. He grabbed my hand suddenly and held it tightly. Enough force to make the grip hurt. I grabbed onto his hand and yanked at it alittle. Joe stood up and pulled me along with him. I nearly tripped but he steadied me consiously. "Joe!" I heard Kevin getting up. I looked back to see Adam make him sit. "Sit down." "What do you mean sit down, what the hell is wrong with him!? He might hurt her!" Selena protested. I closed my eyes as Joe pulled me outside. My heart raced. He slammed the door shut and pushed me against the wall. My eyes were wide in fear as he opened his mouth exposing his fangs menacingly. He grabbed hold of my hair and my shoulder in his free hand and pulled my head up. I felt a sharp pain. I was shocked. I tried to think past the pain. I could hear him drinking. He tensed up and then suddenly he backed away. My blood streamed from the wounds and onto my dress. Staining it in blood. My eyes were wide and my throat hurt. I could see his shocked expression. He was back to normal. *~*~* I wince at the memory. But there was more to that night... ___ Sorry I havent posted, ive been getting ready for high school o.o well, here comes some horror :D LOL and with my mind, you know it will be bloody and gory hehehe ;3
12 Aug 2010
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Full song. High quality. No shout or interruption =) Wow, thanks for more than 1,000,000(!!!) views =) lyrics: (Yeah yo) She loves to go out to do parties with all of her girls and let it hang out. They makes the move Party 'till the sun comes up She's in love with the nightlife. She been chilling in the VIP Never bough drinks get stuff for free Hands in the air like she don't care Ain't gotta tell her that she's sexy 'Coz she know look at her go Moving that thing like she outta control Bag catch turn She steals the show She ain't ready to go All she wanna do is dance Baby wants to move She just can't say "no" She wants to get loose All she wanna do is dance Have a little fun Shake it, shake it all Until she can't no more All she wanna do is dance She's so feisty She's one of a kind She's so pricy But I pay for her time The life of a party Queen of the club I swear She's in love with the nightlife Miss rawr, we're such a flirt With one cup she put it on my shirt With a song c'mon I watch your work Girl shake, shake, shake it just don't hurt Nobody, you got what I need Plan that foundle just my speed When the DJ play the beat I can't compete All she wanna do is dance Baby wants to move She just can't say "no" She wants to get loose All she wanna do is dance Have a little fun Shake it, shake it all Until she can't no more All the wanna do is dance . . . [2x] All she wanna do is dance Baby wants to move She just can't say "no" She wants to get loose All she wanna do is dance Have a little fun Shake it, shake it all Until she can't no more / [4x] All she wanna do is dance / dance, dance.
10 May 2011
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Sifu Archimede Tentindo, OMEGA headmaster, doing gor sao ( free hands ) with some of his black belt disciples, 2010.
28 May 2011
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How to apply French manicures when painting nail art; get professional tips and advice on painting your own fingernail art in this free instructional video. Expert: Sue Bio: Sue was voted the Best Free Hand Nail Designer at Georgia Career Institute in Murfreesboro. Filmmaker: Ivan Rattliff
8 Jul 2011
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