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https://www.youtube.com/embed/HemMAfEF2E4 What does it mean to paint with layers? It means that we will be able from now on, to put everything on different layers. And therefore, if I wanted to put some background color on this outline, I could go way outside the lines, and delete what I don’t need, without worrying about deleting my lines. It also means that further in my drawing, if I realized that the lines are too present, I could simply put the opacity a little bit lower, therefore helping me to actually build the illustration, without the lines gradually.This is super powerful, and will change your way to draw forever. Hi guys, this is David from Paintable. This tutorial is meant for people that just began to actually learn about digital painting. It’s a wrap up about what layers can do, and what you can find on the layer panel. In this video,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jjJyGKPH1yk Hi, Tom here and in this week's video I'll show you a simple way to draw a horse, in this drawing a use of 4B pencil, but any pencil would do, first draw a circle, it can just be a rough circle, it's a basic shape for the front of the horse, next draw a slightly smaller circle on the left, leaving a gap about as big as a small circle, now we can draw a big oval to fill this gap between our two circles, next draw two lines from the biggest circle going right and they get near each other as they get longer for the neck, now draw a small circle for the top of the head and then another circle slightly smaller for the mouth area of the head of the horse, then we can join these two circles together with two short lines, next…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/HNWGV9C0FHI For this lesson you need to open the sample file The Wealth of Nations from your Sample Files Folder (if it isn’t already open). Most desktop computers have large display screens. The space taken by the Ribbon and Formula Bar isn’t usually a problem. As you’ll discover in Session 8: Cloud Computing, it’s now possible to run Excel 2013 on tablet computers and even on Smartphones. These devices often have a very small display screen, meaning that the Ribbon and Formula Bar take up too much valuable screen space. When screen space is limited, you may wish to hide the Formula Bar, Ribbon or even both in order to maximize the number of cells visible on the screen. You can see that on my screen, 21 rows are currently visible. Of course, on your own screen you may see more or fewer rows, depending on the size of your…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/DHlyRlQ1HdY BAM! Mr. Tarrou well my wife and I have been preparing with our neighbors for the arrival of Hurricane Irma since we live in Florida it is everything that is in the news now I can stare at the news for the next 48 hours and getting even more anxious about the arrival of this hurricane which I think we’re as ready as we can before or we can come up with another free math video and that’s what we’re going to do today we’re going to take a look at the domain of rational functions our previous video and that’s going to be basically part two of a three part video series here trying to respond to my precalculus students struggle this year with finding the de bane of function so we talked about combining square root functions and when is it appropriate to find the domain of…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/32RjJ-lA-8Q Welcome, avid learner of linguistics in this video I want to introduce you to the wonderful world of corpora which can serve as a really helpful tool when it comes to research in linguistics. I recall reading a text around grammatical change by Laurie Bauer in which he describes how he tried to figure out how the rule of comparing adjectives changed over time and what he did is he read through lots and lots of newspapers to scan them for adjectives in comparative to see whether two-syllable words had an "-er" added or if they were preceded by a work "more" But, poor guy, his job would have been so much easier had there been computers and digital text around in the time those newspapers printed so what's the point of this though well what Bauer did was he basically treated those newspapers like a corpus Alright, what…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rkFbmJSyuKk hello and welcome to public speaking Pro tips with speechless presented by Google developers we help people turn the mundane into the memorable challenges into insights and presentations into performances and we do that with something we call improv thinking will give you exercises and insights to help you become more agile more confident and more engaging which brings us to our first core principle if you are a presenter you are a performer if you're speaking in front of an audience of 300 a one-on-one or team meeting or even just a video camera then you are a performer that's right so we want to make sure you approach your talk your video or your meeting with that same attitude that a performer would approach their work sounds like we are ready for our tip number one warmups let's start with a voice and face before I walk…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/VRWRmIEHr3A Some of the best moments of my life have happened in labs. Also some of the worst. Like the time that I took a week to prepare a sample for NMR analysis, and then a classmate washed out the vials while I was sleeping for the first time in 3 days. Because he "couldn't find anything else" to use for his experiment. Interestingly, that resulted in my personal most significant laboratory injury. We all have one; I cut my hand while punching a paper towel dispenser in frustration. No one ever brought it up again. Today, we're going to talk about how to avoid injury in the lab, and some good techniques for using laboratory equipment correctly.First two lessons already learned: never wash out a vial you aren't familiar with and don't punch paper towel dispensers. [Theme Music] Let's start with some very basic safety stuff; your hair. If…

Hai semuanya! Jadi jika Anda merasa seperti Chili, pastikan bahwa… [efek suara gempa] Oh sial! Apa itu tadi? Wah! Apa apaan? Kawan! Apakah kamu serius? Semuanya baik-baik saja. Kawan! Saya tidak bisa … Whoa! Saya bertanya-tanya apa itu pada skala Richter. Jika seseorang di sini dari Chili, mereka mungkin bisa memberi tahu kami! [musik pengantar] Saatnya belajar Geografi … SEKARANG !!! Hai semuanya, saya tuan rumah Anda, Barby. Selamat datang di Chili, negara tempat orang-orang benar-benar tahu cara mengatasi masalah. Tapi pertama-tama, mari kita membedah bendera. [efek suara mesin slot] [Ca-ching!] Dan [Woosh!] Bendera Chili, atau dikenal sebagai "Estrella Solitaria" atau "Bintang Lone" terdiri dari dua pita putih dan merah yang tidak sama dengan kotak biru di sisi kiri atas kerekan dengan bintang lima titik tunggal di tengahnya. Bintang biasanya mewakili panduan menuju kemajuan dan kehormatan. Kotak biru melambangkan langit dan laut. Pita putih melambangkan Andes dan pegunungan yang tertutup…

[music] Hi my name is Mo Kader I'm the instructor for this topic and I have PhD in Biotechnology, I've done a little bit of business, I've got an MBA, a Master off Science, a Bachelor of Science and I am a director of several companies in Australia and a couple of companies overseas. Strategic Management is topic that I absolutely love because I can see it in action everyday at different board levels. Companies selling technology products, right through to educational institutions all use strategic management. I'm a bit biased but I think it's one of the most important topics in the management structure.I hope you'll enjoy it, it's actually got lot of topics relating from resourcing right through to management structures. What you'll get out of it is really the ability to understand how senior managers think You'll be able to talk to people who probably have looked…

Hello! Now, it’s September! September’s arrived, fall is beginning, and so I’m going to show you some signs related to school. Many students — children and adults both — are going back to school. And that’s “BACK” — “Back to school”, or if school is here, sign it this way. So, if you’re looking for one sign in particular, I suggest that you go to this video’s description, where I have a list of all the signs with the time in the video where you can find that sign.Let’s start with SCHOOL: School. Just clap twice, that’s it. School. Class. So this is the handshape; it goes in a circle. Class. Class. Education. An “E” to a “D” — Education. Teach. You can also sign it this way. Teach. Teacher. Remember that sign is the ‘person-marker’, so TEACH becomes TEACHER. Teacher. Teacher. Learn. It’s like you’re taking information from a…