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*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - I have to admit... I'm not really a fan of yoga. I guess it's because I'm a high energy type of guy. So Annmarie proposed to me that I should do a quick relaxing yoga routine for the show today... considering the amount of time and energy I've spent this week working to get everything together for the David Wolfe broadcasts and the upcoming Rawkathon! Take a look, this show was fun to watch (and please excuse my dry sense of humor...) ;-) ...
18 Oct 2008
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*******www.classroom1.homebasedmaster**** Supanova grew organically over the last 2 years as I struggled to learn about internet marketing and battled with unfamiliar technology. But now it’s time to be strategic and to take my home based business to the next level in 2009. Most of what I see on the internet today is pure hype and hot air with millions of people pitching so-called opportunities to each other that have no substance, at best a mediocre product and without any long term strategy for scalability. We’ve all bought the training courses and listened to the industry gurus. But as yet I have not found anything that takes people from where they are to having their own successful online business. And so that is what I have been working on with 2 business partners in what is for me the joint venture of a lifetime. In January we will be launching a unique new system that will give people everything they need to be 100% effective in running their own online business. We’ll give them the kind of web platform that up to now only the industry gurus could afford, we’ll provide top class coaching in how to use the system and will actually work alongside them as they put everything together. And we’ll even go so far as to provide people with products to sell if they don’t already have their own. So, being one of the first people to have this system means that at last I can scale my own business up and take it to the next level. Plus I now have the system to bring my 50 top students along with me. To find out more and to access our free training webinars go to www.classroom1.homebasedmaster**** Take Care Louisa internet marketing web platform home business hype free training webinars gurus [internet marketing] [web platform] [home business] [hype free] [training webinars] [gurus]
20 Jan 2009
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Prior to 2008, I had never ventured outside of the medium of oil paint. Life got HECTIC and I was forced to reconsider my approach. Here (below) is the story. For the past eight years, I have taught art in schools in Harlem and the South Bronx and my technique was created out of a need that arose in my classroom. Forty five minute periods is not enough time to teach painting. So I switched my painting supplies from traditional supplies, to paint markers to eliminate the set up and clean up. After witnessing the success that my students were having, I decided to push the technique even further, while working in my studio. I learned that mixing color pencils with a "blender" (on top of the opaque layers of the paint markers) marker allows an artist to mimic the effects of glazed oil paint. I incorporated media "cut outs" and printed images in my work. And I found that paint markers were ideal to tie everything together. Finally I learned that scanning my images on to a computer will allow me to edit my "characters" and add crazy effects such as juxtaposing images on top of my creations. The computer also enables me to use the medium that I am most familiar with; oil paint. I usually print my compositions on canvas ( I order an non varnished giclee print) and lay down the finishing touches in oil paint.
1 Dec 2009
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VISIT: *******AdSenseTraffic.DineroMaking**** Having a hard time getting traffic to your websites? You've set up the site, you've added the content, and now all you need are the visitors...right? Get ready because I'm about to show you how I get massive traffic to my sites. Joel is considered to be the world's foremost expert on the subject of making money with Google AdSense. He's written the all-time best selling ebook on the topic, and his recent book The AdSense Code topped at #1 on the Amazon marketplace, and became a New York Times best seller. It can be a hard enough task just to get your first website online. Then when you've finally got everything together and "live" on the web, nothing happens. After going through the process of learning how to put up a website, and then actually doing it, it can be frustrating and downright disappointing when you don't see any results. The main reason most new websites don't make any money, is because they aren't getting enough traffic. It's time for me to show you how it's done.
1 Feb 2009
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WoodMarvels**** sells laser-cut kits and measurement free digital plans over the internet at *******WoodMarvels****. Trip Games includes a tic-tac-toe and tangram game, all that is needed to hold everything together is a little string.
11 Mar 2009
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WoodMarvels**** sells laser-cut kits and measurement free digital plans over the internet at *******WoodMarvels****. This helicopter features turning vertical and horizontal rotors, a mounting hole above the rotor to tie it high-up, rear hitch that allows endless payload options, matching rotor design and extended keyway design for easy assembly. All that is required is some glue to keep everything together.
2 Apr 2009
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WoodMarvels**** sells laser-cut kits and measurement free digital plans over the internet at *******WoodMarvels****. This unique pyramid inspired calendar fits nicely on any desk or table in both a home and office setting. All that is required is some glue to keep everything together.
3 Apr 2009
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WoodMarvels**** sells laser-cut kits and measurement free digital plans over the internet at *******WoodMarvels****. This games includes the pucks, two playing surfaces and all that is required to keep everything together is some glue.
3 Apr 2009
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This video shows my process for making an illustration (non tradigital). I use illustration markers (usually prismacolor) and color pencils (usually prisma once again) and a wax blending stick. I make my illustrations in two steps. Step 1- I observe my reference drawings or photos and try to see what lies beneath. There is no way to blend markers in the same way that one can blend paint (ironically even with a marker blender) so I lie down the base tones with markers (the first layer). Step 2- Is created with color pencils. Color pencils are mixable / blendable and I mix the color pencils directly above my marker drawing. I use the wax stick to finish the surface and tie everything together. Achromatic- Black, white and greys. Artwork that is executed without color. Acrylic- Thicker and stronger than tempera or watercolor paint, Acrylic is a water-based "plastic" paint. Albumen Print- This printing process is used in photography printing processes. Egg whites are used in the emulsion. Alternative Process- This photography term covers approximately 35 different processes for the final unconventional effect. Armature- A structure used beneath something else for support. For example, a sculptor might create a clay sculpture with a wood or wire armature beneath it as support. Think about the frame of a house being constructed before all of the brick or siding is built on top. Artists Proof- A small group of outstanding prints for the artists use which have been set aside from the edition prints. Basic color principles- All color theory is based on the principle that 'color is light'. An object that we see as red contains pigmentation which absorbs all of the colored rays of white light except the red color, which it reflects. White pigment absorbs none of the colored rays, and black absorbs all of the colors of the spectrum. Balance-An art and design principle concerned with the arrangement of one or more elements in a work of art so that they appear symmetrical (even) or asymmetrical (uneven) in design and proportion. Batik- Parrafin or beeswax is used to resist paint or dye on fabric or paper. Designs and patterns are produced on the unwaxed areas. Bisque- When clay has its first firing in a kiln, it is called bisque ware. At this point, the clay has changed composition and can no longer have water added to it and turned back into a useable material. Black- The complete absence of light. Because of impurities, you can not create black with pigments. In most black pigments, the is a slight blue trace. A black surface absorbs all light. Brayer- In printmaking, a Brayer is a roller which is used to apply ink to printing surfaces. Brushes- Brush styles are designated by a letter following a series number. Some basic brushes to meet your needs: F- Flats, square edge, long bristle B- Brights, flat, square-edged, long sable R - Rounds, pointed bristle L- Longs, flat, square-edge, long sable Filberts- Flat, oval edge, long fibre Canvas- Fabrics that are prepared for painting. Available in panels, stretched on frames, or obtained by the yard. Ceramics- Used to describe the shaping, finishing and firing of clay. Charcoal and Conte Crayon- In stick form, both give you a very strong, dark line. A disadvantage to these crayons is that they break easily and tend to smudge. Can be found is stick form as well. Chop- An impression made by the artist, or by the printer seal. Chroma- This is the intensity, or strength, or purity of a color. Squeezing paint directly from the tube to the palette is 'full chroma'. Cibachrome- A process where a photographic print can be made directly from a color transparency. Coil method in clay- As one of the oldest methods used in the formation of pottery, long strands of clay are laid on top of one another, joined by blending the coils together. Collage- Collage is from the French meaning "paste up". The combination of pieces of cloth, magazines and other found objects to create artwork. Collograph- This name is derived from the word 'collage'. It is an image built up with glue and other materials. Color- When light is reflected off an object, color is what the eye sees. The primary colors are red, yellow and blue. The secondary colors are orange, purple and green. Complementary Colors- Complementary colors are those which appear opposite to one another on a color wheel. The complimentary colors are red and green, blue and orange, and yellow and purple. Composition The arrangement of lines, colors and form. Conte The modern pencil lead invented by Nicolas Conte. It is a black, red or brown chalk.
14 Nov 2010
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Eh, este tiene la calidad super mala u_uU el video debe pesar unos 14 MB creo que eso supondrá algun mal sonido u_uU En fin, este es mi segundo karaoke *w* Sí, me ha dado por cantar karaoke y no hacer fandub, ni idea por qué (?) Espero que guste nwn!! Obviamente la canción no es mía owo sólo aclaro. Letra original de Hatake Aki, con la música de Tashiro Tomokazu y por supuesto, mi voz (?) XD!!!! gracias por escuchar! shaw! __________________ Lyrics: NAZONAZO mitai ni chikyuugi wo tokiakashitara Minna de doko made mo ikeru ne Jikan no hate made Boooon!! *WA-PU de RU-PU na kono omoi wa Nani mo kamo wo makikonda souzou de asobou ARU haRETA hi NO koto Mahou ijou no YUKAI ga Kagirinaku furisosogu fukanou janai wa Ashita mata au toki warai nagara HAMINGU Ureshisa wo atsumeyou KANTAN nanda yo Oikakete ne tsukamaete mite Ooki na yume&yume SUKI deshou? _____________ La traducción sólo la encontré en inglés -ni buscó- así que confórmense (?) If we can map out all of Earth's mysteries, We will be able to go to any place we want. With a warp, this looping feeling Swirls everything together and plays around with them. On a particular sunny day, A happiness greater than magic Will pour down endlessly. It's not impossible! When we meet again tomorrow, we'll laugh and hum a tune. Let's collect all the happiness, It's easy, there's nothing to it. Chase after them and try to catch them, You love big dreams, right?
24 Jun 2009
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Awhile back I won an auction brentalfloss was holding on E-Bay. I decided to have him write a sequel to my favorite viral video "Internet People". I picked who was going to be in the song, and brentalfloss did an incredible job of including every single person/item I wanted. Then I got SharkeyeJones to provide me with art work for the video. He did a great job of giving me exactly what I asked for in each illustration. Lastly, I put everything together to get what you see on your left. I'll post a detailed accounting of how this video came about at my blog later: *******spintown79.blogspot****/ Please check out & subscribe to: ***********/user/brentalfloss ***********/user/SharkeyeJ... This video was inspired by: ***********/watch?v=2pPCkh... Special thanks to Martin Sargent for providing the voice work at the end of the video. Please subscribe to the TWIF podcast on I-Tunes.
27 Aug 2009
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14 Sep 2009
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