Kim Alexis: Slim Slide Aerobic Workout Basic training on the slide English | mpeg4 | 1970 Kbps | 640x480 25.00 fps | mp3 128 kbps | 598 MB Genre: Video Training The video shows quite simple - really basic - a lesson. I think the more sophisticated versions of insecure enough to produce a world of home workouts. Unfortunately the power does not use a fragment of the advantages of working on the slide! Kim uses a slide as usual mat ... A pity! Here would be and roll!
Ellen Soderquist The Art of Gesture Drawing-ISO | ISO | 4.15 GB
Ellen Soderquist is a recent addition to LOA Productions starting this video on Gesture Drawing. She has been teaching gesture as well as other graphite based techniques for 19 years, including courses taught at Brookhaven College in Dallas, Texas and private classes in her studio near Coit and Belt Line, Texas. In this video, she teaches by demonstrating with a live model and then letting her students apply their hand at various exercises. Ellen then follows up with critique of their work so that every level of artist will see themselves somewhere among her students.
The Playing Cards After Effects CS4 template is perfect for Casino, Poker, Texas Hold'em or any productions related to playing cards! This template has 9 photo/video placeholders and 13 text areas. Start with the Poker chip intro where you can easily add your text, logo, or photo. Then introduce the players in the Card Photos section! Show some game highlights on the Card Flip section with poker chip particles.
Ripple Training - DaVinci Resolve: Creative Looks | 701 MB English | 90 mins | AVC1 1152x720 30 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 KHz Genre: eLearning
In this 90 minute tutorial, Alexis Van Hurkman walks you through a wide variety of techniques he uses as a professional colorist to create stylized visual treatments. Designed for students with a basic understanding of DaVinci Resolve, this tutorial eschews a paint-by-numbers approach, instead providing an informal exploration of how to customize the types of looks frequently asked for by clients to create grades that are unique to the project at hand. The emphasis here is on the colorist's creative process, rather then detailed technical instruction.