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Architecture Post-production in Photoshop

Architecture Post-production in Photoshop

What’s up guys, OU Graphics here! In this video, I’m going to show the process of post-production of a render using photoshop All of the skills that I use to compose this image were already taught in our previous videos so if you haven’t seen them already, there will be a link in the description […]

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In Good Company Episode 1

In Good Company Episode 1

In 1970, Matt Stuller founded Stuller, Inc. Now, Stuller is the largest manufacturer and distributor of jewelry and jewerly-related tools,supplies, and equipment in the United States. With over 1,200 worldwide employees and a 600,000 square foot facility here in lafayette louisiana, Stuller is leading the industry with a focus on quality, technology, and artistry, but […]

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Design Your Own House

Design Your Own House

there are all kinds of great books and television shows that will teach you how to design to sell in other words how to create the space of somebody else's dreams but what if you're going to be living in your house for the next 5 10 or even 20 or 30 years don't you […]

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The Paper Making Process

The Paper Making Process

sappy paper is manufactured from wood grown and sustainably managed forests and plantations the timber used for paper production comes either from deciduous trees such as birch poplar beach and eucalyptus or conifer trees like spruce fir and pine conifer wood has longer fibers than deciduous species and generally form stronger papers when the logs […]

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Home Design Process

Home Design Process

I'm Elise Glink with expert real estate tips net how long does it take to plan the house or home improvement project of your dreams it might take longer than you think what I used to tell my clients when they would come and start the design process with us but almost everybody would assume […]

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Extreme wood bending with ammonia

Extreme wood bending with ammonia

today on Applied Science I'd like to talk about bending wood with a chemical process so take a look at what we can achieve here this is a quarter-inch walnut dowel that I've tied into a knot and it's rigid at this point but it was of course flexible when I tied it into this […]

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