Avoid Wikipedia hoaxes and more with the good ol’ site limiter command.
global warming site:.edu
–this only searches sites that end with .edu
2010 manual 3 filetype:pdf site:.mazdausa.com
–find a PDF real quick with ‘filetype: ‘
passport checklist site:.saclibrary.org
–only search saclibrary.org
Our public computers will soon have FreeCAD and Blender installed on them. Create photorealistic rendering, 3D games, animations, prototypes and more.
Introduction To Blender
Blenderella Training Videos
…and if you prefer a book… Blender Master Class
Save $$$$$. Love a magazine we don’t have? Request it here.
These are bookends that hang from the top of most of our shelving. I’ve turned them into a piano. This tutorial helped me out.
The After Image (Above)
The Before Image
How to steps:
1. Canvas>Fabric>Amount 44
2. Canvas>Floor>Amount 70
3. Canvas>Fabric>Amount 20
4. Contrast>Brightness -7 Contrast 2
5. Sharpen>Amount 70 Radius 10
6. Ripped Paper>Tjugofra 100
More on photography via our ebook collection:
Digital Photography FAQs
Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Photography Field Guide
The Art, Science, and Craft of Great Landscape Photography
The recipes in this book are so powerful that I had to take a picture from a few feet away. Back in the Day Bakery – Eggnog French Toast – page 41.
Check out the real-time jam (above) we made during SacWave earlier this month. We’ll meet again in November to do some circuit bending. Downtown Sacramento Library, fourth floor, room 409. Stay tuned!
Old School Crayola (coloring for adults) is this Sunday, where I’ll unveil some new coloring pages. I made this one earlier today. Feel free to download it. Reminds me of Game of Thrones (one of my favorite books by the way)… can’t watch the series… it’ll mess up the characters I have in my head…maybe in ten years.
I like a bunch of recipes from this book . A few include:
-Loaded Sweet Potato Bites – Pg. 19
-Bacon Guacamole – Pg. 22
-Almond Parmesan Zucchini Fries – Pg. 29
-Cajun Crab Cakes – Pg. 38
-Smoked Salmon Bites with Herbed Cream Cheese – Pg. 41
-Lemon Chia Pancakes – Pg. 166
Let’s explore DIY coloring sheets with Project Gutenberg, Pixlr, and Inkscape!
-Project Gutenberg contains over 50,000 ebooks, most of them out of copyright.
-Pixlr is a cloud-based image editing program.
-Inkscape is a vector imaging program.
- Go to Project Gutenberg, find a book, open it in HTML format and take a screenshot of the graphic you’re interested in.
- Crop the image using Pixlr, MS Paint, or editor of your choice, and save the image.
=====Navigate to Pixlr=====
- Select ‘Adjustment’ and then ‘Desaturate’
- Right click on the ‘Layers’ window and select ‘Duplicate Layer’, then change the ‘Mode’ to ‘Add’ and adjust the ‘Opacity’ to your liking.
- Right click on the ‘Layers’ window and select ‘Flatten Image’
- Select ‘Adjustment’ then ‘Brightness & Contrast’ to adjust the image. Select ‘Adjustment’ then ‘Levels’ to bold the darker parts of the image. When done, press ‘OK’.
- Select the eraser tool to erase what you don’t want and then save the image (MS Paint works great for this as well)
=====use the free program Inkscape=====
- Open the image in Inkscape and select ‘Path’ and then ‘Trace Bitmap’. Click the ‘OK’ box.
- Drag the new image out of the way and delete the original behind it.
- Select the lock graphic from the top of the screen and then click and drag your image to the desired size (you’ll see the width and height numbers adjust in real-time)
- Select ‘File’ and ‘Export’ to save your completed coloring page.
Print the zebra and color like a boss.
This tutorial helped me create this post.