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Click, Target, and Tumblr: Step one: Make a line (it can be a bit messy). X Motion Blun Cancel Preview 100% Angle: 46 Pixels Distance: 243 Step two: Add motion blur to line. Step three: Lock layer and paint in a rainbow with a soft brush. Keep the colours light! Step four: Duplicate layer and offset slightly. Layer Style Blending Options General Blending Styles OK Blending Options Blend Mode: Normal Cancel Opacity: Bevel & Emboss New Style... Advanced Blending Contour Fill Opacib Channels: Preview Texture G B R + Stroke Inner Shadow Blend Interior Effects Blend Clipped Layers Transparency Shapes Layer s Group Group Inner Glow Layer Mask Hides Effects Satin Vector Mask Hides Effects Color Overlay + Blend If Gray Gradient Overlay This Layer: 255 Pattern Overlay Top Layer OOuter Glow Underlying Layer: 255 Drop Shadow Layer Style Blending Options General Blending Styles OK Normal Blending Options Blend Mode: Cancel Opacity: Bevel & Emboss New Style... Advanced Blending Contour Fill 100 Preview Texture G B Channels: R Bottom Layer Knockout: None Inner Shadow Blend Interior Effects Blend Clipped Layers Transparency Shapes Layer Layer Mask Hides Effects + s Group Group Inner Glow Satin Vector Mask Hides Effects Color Overlay + Blend If Gradient Overlay + This Layer: 255 Pattern Overlay Outer Glow Underlying Layer: 255 Drop Shadow fx Step five: Open layer style menu and check off the channels as shown. (double click on the layer) Step six: Repeat! If you want to make it a bit brighter, try painting layer set to Overlay with a light colour. over it in a new larndraws: I was asked how I made the rainbow light effect in my last piece, so I put together a quick step by step.
Click, Target, and Tumblr: Step one: Make a line (it can be a bit messy).
 X
 Motion Blun
 Cancel
 Preview
 100%
 Angle: 46
 Pixels
 Distance: 243
 Step two: Add motion blur to line.
 Step three: Lock layer and paint in a
 rainbow with a soft brush. Keep the colours light!

 Step four: Duplicate layer and offset slightly.
 Layer Style
 Blending Options
 General Blending
 Styles
 OK
 Blending Options
 Blend Mode:
 Normal
 Cancel
 Opacity:
 Bevel & Emboss
 New Style...
 Advanced Blending
 Contour
 Fill Opacib
 Channels:
 Preview
 Texture
 G
 B
 R
 +
 Stroke
 Inner Shadow
 Blend Interior Effects
 Blend Clipped Layers
 Transparency Shapes Layer
 s Group
 Group
 Inner Glow
 Layer Mask Hides Effects
 Satin
 Vector Mask Hides Effects
 Color Overlay
 +
 Blend If
 Gray
 Gradient Overlay
 This Layer:
 255
 Pattern Overlay
 Top Layer
 OOuter Glow
 Underlying Layer:
 255
 Drop Shadow
 Layer Style
 Blending Options
 General Blending
 Styles
 OK
 Normal
 Blending Options
 Blend Mode:
 Cancel
 Opacity:
 Bevel & Emboss
 New Style...
 Advanced Blending
 Contour
 Fill
 100
 Preview
 Texture
 G
 B
 Channels: R
 Bottom Layer
 Knockout: None
 Inner Shadow
 Blend Interior Effects
 Blend Clipped Layers
 Transparency Shapes Layer
 Layer Mask Hides Effects
 +
 s Group
 Group
 Inner Glow
 Satin
 Vector Mask Hides Effects
 Color Overlay
 +
 Blend If
 Gradient Overlay
 +
 This Layer:
 255
 Pattern Overlay
 Outer Glow
 Underlying Layer:
 255
 Drop Shadow
 fx
 Step five: Open layer style menu
 and check off the channels as shown.
 (double click on the layer)

 Step six: Repeat! If you want to make it a bit brighter,
 try painting
 layer set to Overlay with a light colour.
 over it in a new
larndraws:

I was asked how I made the rainbow light effect in my last piece, so I put together a quick step by step.

larndraws: I was asked how I made the rainbow light effect in my last piece, so I put together a quick step by step.

Confidence, Energy, and Friends: punk @NUEPORTS i took the same energy i used to hate myself and turned it into confidence that's how you recycle 9/30/17, 3:35 AM 194 RETWEETS 401 LIKES catastrofries: mediokurrr: Can i get a step by step on how to do this? So far for me it’s been something like: 1. Become aware of how and when you tearing yourself down. 2. Now that you can catch yourself doing it. Offer counters to the negative self talk. A really useful thing I read was to talk to yourself almost the way you would child. Gentle and patient. Even when they fuck up. 3. Take time to celebrate your small accomplishments. You’ve been attacking yourself for every little mistake. Apply that same fervor to the positive things in your life. Did the dishes even though you didn’t want to? Fuck yeah! Got up and took shower? YES!!! You are taking positive steps to feeling better. Celebrate it. 4. Make lists of things you’re good at/ like about yourself. The first time I did this the only two things in my list we’re that I liked my hair and I had good friends. It was start. 5. Don’t beat yourself up if you screw up steps 1-4. It’s counter productive. When I catch myself calling my self stupid for some mistake or other my response now is,“We don’t talk to ourselves like that anymore. What’s something constructive that could actually help solve the problem.” Most of the time that seems to work. Not always. But more and more Everytime. I hope any of that made sense.
Confidence, Energy, and Friends: punk
 @NUEPORTS
 i took the same energy i used to hate
 myself and turned it into confidence
 that's how you recycle
 9/30/17, 3:35 AM
 194 RETWEETS 401 LIKES
catastrofries:
mediokurrr:

Can i get a step by step on how to do this?

So far for me it’s been something like:
1. Become aware of how and when you tearing yourself down. 
2. Now that you can catch yourself doing it. Offer counters to the negative self talk. A really useful thing I read was to talk to yourself almost the way you would child. Gentle and patient. Even when they fuck up. 
3. Take time to celebrate your small accomplishments. You’ve been attacking yourself for every little mistake. Apply that same fervor to the positive things in your life. Did the dishes even though you didn’t want to? Fuck yeah! Got up and took shower? YES!!! You are taking positive steps to feeling better. Celebrate it.
4. Make lists of things you’re good at/ like about yourself. The first time I did this the only two things in my list we’re that I liked my hair and I had good friends. It was start.
5. Don’t beat yourself up if you screw up steps 1-4. It’s counter productive. When I catch myself calling my self stupid for some mistake or other my response now is,“We don’t talk to ourselves like that anymore. What’s something constructive that could actually help solve the problem.” 
Most of the time that seems to work. Not always. But more and more Everytime.
I hope any of that made sense.

catastrofries: mediokurrr: Can i get a step by step on how to do this? So far for me it’s been something like: 1. Become aware of how and ...

Advice, Confidence, and Energy: punk @NUEPORTS i took the same energy i used to hate myself and turned it into confidence that's how you recycle 9/30/17, 3:35 AM 194 RETWEETS 401 LIKES naamahdarling: mediokurrr: catastrofries: mediokurrr: Can i get a step by step on how to do this? So far for me it’s been something like: 1. Become aware of how and when you tearing yourself down. 2. Now that you can catch yourself doing it. Offer counters to the negative self talk. A really useful thing I read was to talk to yourself almost the way you would child. Gentle and patient. Even when they fuck up. 3. Take time to celebrate your small accomplishments. You’ve been attacking yourself for every little mistake. Apply that same fervor to the positive things in your life. Did the dishes even though you didn’t want to? Fuck yeah! Got up and took shower? YES!!! You are taking positive steps to feeling better. Celebrate it. 4. Make lists of things you’re good at/ like about yourself. The first time I did this the only two things in my list we’re that I liked my hair and I had good friends. It was start. 5. Don’t beat yourself up if you screw up steps 1-4. It’s counter productive. When I catch myself calling my self stupid for some mistake or other my response now is,“We don’t talk to ourselves like that anymore. What’s something constructive that could actually help solve the problem.” Most of the time that seems to work. Not always. But more and more Everytime. I hope any of that made sense. This is great advice @catastrofries Sincerely, this is the best advice. It’s easy to dismiss it and say “That would never help!” but, like, if you try it, you might be surprised.
Advice, Confidence, and Energy: punk
 @NUEPORTS
 i took the same energy i used to hate
 myself and turned it into confidence
 that's how you recycle
 9/30/17, 3:35 AM
 194 RETWEETS 401 LIKES
naamahdarling:
mediokurrr:

catastrofries:


mediokurrr:

Can i get a step by step on how to do this?

So far for me it’s been something like:
1. Become aware of how and when you tearing yourself down. 
2. Now that you can catch yourself doing it. Offer counters to the negative self talk. A really useful thing I read was to talk to yourself almost the way you would child. Gentle and patient. Even when they fuck up. 
3. Take time to celebrate your small accomplishments. You’ve been attacking yourself for every little mistake. Apply that same fervor to the positive things in your life. Did the dishes even though you didn’t want to? Fuck yeah! Got up and took shower? YES!!! You are taking positive steps to feeling better. Celebrate it.
4. Make lists of things you’re good at/ like about yourself. The first time I did this the only two things in my list we’re that I liked my hair and I had good friends. It was start.
5. Don’t beat yourself up if you screw up steps 1-4. It’s counter productive. When I catch myself calling my self stupid for some mistake or other my response now is,“We don’t talk to ourselves like that anymore. What’s something constructive that could actually help solve the problem.” 
Most of the time that seems to work. Not always. But more and more Everytime.
I hope any of that made sense.


This is great advice @catastrofries 

Sincerely, this is the best advice.  It’s easy to dismiss it and say “That would never help!” but, like, if you try it, you might be surprised.

naamahdarling: mediokurrr: catastrofries: mediokurrr: Can i get a step by step on how to do this? So far for me it’s been something lik...

Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
c-bassmeow:

Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s  “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow...

Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
c-bassmeow:

Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s  “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow...

Being Alone, Matlock, and Yeah: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Yeah: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats  Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

Lol, Tumblr, and Blog: lol-coaster: Online Writing Jobs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Freelance Writer
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Online Writing Jobs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Freelance Writer

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Lol, Tumblr, and Blog: lol-coaster: Online Writing Jobs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Freelance Writer
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Online Writing Jobs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Freelance Writer

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You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Especially the online tutorials with browser based exercises where you code directly in your browser. The problem with that approach is that it doesn’t provide practical experience. It provides a false illusion of learning something as it tugs you along to complete an assignment that’s more of a fill-in-the-blank type problem. A student feels like they’ve learned something but that knowledge does not stick. Unfortunately that experience will not help in an interview nor an actual project. Valuable time ends up going to complete waste. At ECF, we don’t follow hype. We do what works! We take a traditional route to teaching how to code! Here we advance slowly  patiently in the lectures often repeating key concepts in multiple different ways to really help you solidify the knowledge and mold your foundation so you can discover how to code properly and then boy do we test the skills you gain! We throw you in the middle of a practical programming assignment so you can apply everything you learned. So enough of those “key in the next few commands to fill in the puzzle and we’ll advance you” kind of


tutorials. Here you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and get to work on solving practical programming assignments. This site offer’s a chance to gain practical experience you can take to your interview and feel confident in your abilities. Every assignment is followed by a detailed video solution breaking down the problem and going over the answer step-by-step so you really get it!





www.eliminatecodefear.com

meme-mage: www.eliminatecodefear.com You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Espec...