1. Mystic Pizza

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    Don't bother getting out your wallet. He's already collected his tip. And somehow, you still managed to short-change him.

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    • Typographic Portrait - Quick tip

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      Typographic Portrait - Quick tip

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      • Jay Boy's No Budget Tutorials 03: DIY Filming Dolly With 10' Track

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        I've seen tons of plans for these things. Here's mine! This project can be done for under $100 (if you don't screw it up like I did). The audio is horrid, I know. Don't care though! Below is a list of parts you will need, you can figure out what tools to use. I include some footage at the end, using this dolly. If you have a slow computer, or you don't have the most recent copy of flash installed, panning and side motions (hell, any motion) will look like crap! Viewed this video on a computer other than mine & I couldn't watch it. Too damn jerky! And YES, this is "No Budget" compared to what you would pay for a pro setup. PARTS: (1) 32" square x 3/4" thick piece of plywood (8) Soft inline skate wheels (2) 32" pieces of 1 1/2" angle aluminum (1/8" wall thickness) (8) 1/4" / 20x2" hex bolts (8) 1/4" flat washers (28) 1/4" nuts (16) 1 1/4" fender washers (4) 1/4"x2 1/2" carriage bolts (2) 10' pieces of 1" sch. 40 PVC pipe (1) 5/16" drill bit (1) Medium size drill bit (smaller then your 5/16" bit) (1) Small drill bit (I used a 9/32" bit for my starter holes) More no budget tutorials here: http://www.vimeo.com/album/11663

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        • How To Poach an Egg

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          How to make a poached egg - it's so easy! Just four minutes flat to gooey, golden eggs.

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          • Jay Boy's No Budget Tutorials 02: Smooth Panning

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            Got this one from Eugenia vimeo.com/eugenia here at Vimeo. Sorry for the crapy sound! 1) I use two thin, stretched out rubber bands (about 2 inches when relaxed) work the best, a gossamer connection between you and the tripod 2) In general cranking the pan resistance up yields the best results. 3) The smoothest pans happen when the tension is enough that the ruuber band is stretched to 75% of it's max (about 8-10 inches) when panning. 4) The rubber band also allows the head to slowly come to stop as the band contracts after you've stopped panning. 5) You can bundle several around the pan arm on your tripod and never be without. More no budget tutorials here: http://www.vimeo.com/album/11663 Happy Panning, Jay Boy

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            • Tip: Using the ANT Landscape Add-on

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              In this quick video tip for Blender 2.5 we take a look at using the ANT Landscape generator add-on that is bundled with Blender. This tutorial gives an overview of all the settings available from the script while generating a very cool terrain that otherwise would be quite difficult to create.

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              • BASICS: Editing your appearance

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                MORE HELP @ http://secondlife.com/video Friendly greetings! You can learn Second Life in a fun and fast fashion! The enthusiastic Torley is your host, taking you on a tour through tips, tricks, and techniques that'll increase your confidence and make you smile. :) Whether you're a newcomer or longtime Resident, your inworld experience will benefit from these video tutorials. ----

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                • How To Learn Basic Knife Skills

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                  How to hold your knife, establish a stable cutting surface, and how to do the CLAW!

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                  • Quick Tip: Using Blender Across Multiple Monitors

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                    How to use Blender on multiple monitors

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                    • Using beacons to find special objects

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                      MORE HELP @ http://secondlife.com/video Friendly greetings! You can learn Second Life in a fun and fast fashion! The enthusiastic Torley is your host, taking you on a tour through tips, tricks, and techniques that'll increase your confidence and make you smile. :) Whether you're a newcomer or longtime Resident, your inworld experience will benefit from these video tutorials.

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