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Floral Landscape Acrylic Painting Tutorial (Yvonne Coomber Inspired) – Free Lesson for All Ages

Floral Landscape Acrylic Painting Tutorial (Yvonne Coomber Inspired) - Free Lesson for All Ages

Artist Angela Anderson shows step-by-step how to paint this Yvonne Coomber inspired acrylic painting. Super easy and fun floral landscape. Perfect for kids and beginners. See Yvonne’s beautiful artwork here: https://www.yvonnecoomber.com/ Supplies needed: 8″x10″ Canvas Acrylic Paints http://amzn.to/29Pmd1q (Bright colors: Yellow, orange, red, magenta/pink, violet, purple, sapphire blue, turquoise, green, …

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Olympic Trick Shots | Dude Perfect

Olympic Trick Shots | Dude Perfect

Olympians making trick-shots look easy. —————————————-­ ► PLAY our iPHONE GAME – http://smarturl.it/DPGameiPhone ► VISIT our NEW STORE! – http://bit.ly/Dude_Perfect_Store Follow Team USA’s Olympic Journey HERE! http://YouTube.com/TeamUSA Behind the Scenes Video! – http://bit.ly/Q9YWaC Music: “We Will Cary On” by City of Lions iTunes Link: http://smarturl.it/WeWillCarryOn-DP http://www.facebook.com/Cityoflions Find more awesome bands …

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This Phone Is Inspired By A MCLAREN Sports Car | CES 2020

This Phone Is Inspired By A MCLAREN Sports Car | CES 2020

At CES 2020, OnePlus unveiled their concept phone which is inspired by McLaren’s 720S Spider sports car. Mashable is your source for the latest in tech, culture, and entertainment. Subscribe to Mashable: https://bit.ly/2DR64oM Follow us: Check out www.mashable.com Facebook: http://on.mash.to/2lyOwmZ Twitter: http://on.mash.to/1Udp1kz Instagram: http://on.mash.to/1U6D40 #OnePlus #McLaren #CES This video was …

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Tech at SXSW Inspired by SciFi Novels

Tech at SXSW Inspired by SciFi Novels

Read the full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/03/15/remembering-the-future-scifi-novel-tech-seen-at-sxsw/ MIT Media Lab had an impressive showing of future tech at this year’s SXSW. They’re making fiction fact with several projects inspired by science fiction novels like Gibson’s Neuromancer. They call this “Science Fiction to Science Fabrication”… who doesn’t love this concept? The first example …

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