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Lifelike Portraits from Photographs - How to Draw Them

13th October 2009
There is more than one technique to draw lifelike portraits from photographs. You can use a grid or you can simply look very carefully. Here I will demonstrate how to make portraits from photos that are quite realistic. We will use the lattice method.... Read >
Author: Peter Gray

The Magical Leather Mini Skirt

05th October 2009
It may seem like a fairly unimportant question, but have you ever thought about why men love leather mini skirts so much? Of course, there is the obvious answer that has something to do with the actual amount of a woman's body that is left showing by a mi... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

Justinmind process of creating a wireframe

28th September 2009
We suggest some basic designing steps to increase speed and facilitate the creation of your wireframe: 1 - Use some sort of grid. For example, 960 framework. This is very commonly used by developers, and give some sense of proportion to your project. I... Read >
Author: justinmind

UTI Home Treatment - How Important is pH Balance in your Urinary Tract Infection Treatment

27th June 2009
Another recommended UTI home treatment is to take in lots of vitamin C to increase the acidity in the bladder. However, this area tends to be confusing since there is also mention of low pH balance. An increase in pH is said to increase our risks of u... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

The Facts On Anti Wrinkle Pillows, Do Anti Wrinkle Pillows Work

22nd June 2009
As we age, the appearance of sleep wrinkles, those facial lines that develop from sleeping with your face on a pillow, becomes more outstanding. This should come as no surprise if you consider what proportion of one's life is spent sleeping with out the u... Read >
Author: Ron Wall

Natural Turquoise versus Stabilized Turquoise

01st June 2009
With the high popularity of turquoise, chances are that you already own a piece of turquoise jewelry, or are considering buying your first silver turquoise pendant, or earrings, or necklace. When you contact an online or local seller to start the process... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

The Pros and Cons of Live Streams

15th May 2009
Possibly the most powerful new technology to hit the Internet is live streaming videos. They have become a means for the average user to convey what's going on in their world. For the slumbering corporation, this means that it is a potent weapon to destro... Read >
Author: DirectTM

How to Measure Changeable Letters for Your Marquee Sign

12th May 2009
Marquee signs are used for community centers, theaters, church signs, school signs, business signs and sidewalk signs. Marquee signs display messages with changeable letters that typically slide into grooved tracking. Each changeable letter is screen prin... Read >
Author: alphabetsigns

Making Homemade Carp Baits Using Sausage Meat For Big fish!

16th April 2009
Sausage meat is now part of carp and cat fishing history having proven its worth as a very effective cheap bait ingredient for small and big fish (many thousands of times, and for decades.) But how do you make effective baits and ground baits using it? Le... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Different Ways To Cook Your Ham

04th April 2009
BACON COMBINED WITH OTHER FOODS.--Many other foods may be fried in the same way as eggs and served with bacon. For instance, sliced apples or sliced tomatoes fried in bacon fat until they become tender, but not mushy, are delicious when served with crisp ... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

You Can Use Soda And Cream Of Tartar As Leavening Agents

26th March 2009
SODA AND CREAM OF TARTAR.--Some housewives are inclined to use soda and cream of tartar for leavening purposes; but there is really no advantage in doing this when baking powder can be obtained, for some baking powders are a combination of these two ingre... Read >
Author: Justin Skinner

The Composition Of Cereals

10th March 2009
The composition of all cereals is similar, yet each one has its distinguishing feature. While all the five food substances--water, mineral matter, protein, fat, and carbohydrate--are to be found in cereals, they occur in different quantities in the variou... Read >
Author: Justin Skinner

Passing the PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam

26th January 2009
The PRINCE2? Practitioner Exam tests understanding of the PRINCE2 terminology and principles, as well as the ability to apply, analyse and evaluate the PRINCE2 method within given project situations. It is aimed at those who aspire to, or already have, re... Read >
Author: Simon Buehring

WHITE COLLAR FRANCHISE VS. BLUE COLLAR FRANCHISE

20th January 2009
They say there's a certain brutality in the land of business. It's every man for himself, right? It's a dog eat dog world. We've all heard the expressions. And lame though they seem for being so clich├ęd, there's an element of truth to them all. But it is... Read >
Author: Elizabeth Miranda

How to Bring Up Lagging Quadriceps

05th July 2008
For many people, the problem with quadriceps is that they simply do not do squats with enough weight. Squats are probably the hardest exercise you can do, and many people ignore them altogether or do them with too little weight. As one of the three power ... Read >
Author: MogulNet
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