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When i look at fan created cards id like for them to be given a thought about balancing aswell.
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I hope this was helpful, I would definitely look at youtube for false lash tutorials because it's really hard visualizing a written guide and seeing it in action makes a lot more sense.
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I will look at the tutorials for the apps.
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I never learned to do my makeup, and when I look at tutorials and try them, I mess it up, everytime.
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Lol, a boatsmith, I was thinking of a shipyard type thing, but I have no idea how to make one, do you know any examples or tutorials i could look at?
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I recommend to look at the Mighty and waterwhip tutorial.
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I assume most of them are for practice, which is good, but I suggest taking another look at card-altering tutorials again.
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What solutions/patterns/tutorials/resources should I look at before my second try?
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If you'd like to see video of some of these techniques, I highly recommend you look at some tutorials on YouTube.
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But I do try to look at tutorials like STRskillschool to get better with weak foot etc.
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I would definitely look at some tutorials on design(www.psdtuts.com is a pretty good one) and look on pinterest at what other designers are doing.
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I would look at their tutorials on setting it up.
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I will take a look at her tutorials.
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In contrast to 3 other posts about "new" projects and "look at what I created", this is by far the most wife-acceptance friendly.
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As I look at, he created us with free will.
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Look at the jobs I created!
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Blender is a pretty intensive program, I would look at the beginner's tutorial at blender cookie.
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I'll have to look at some Python tutorials I guess
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LOOK AT WHAT I HAVE CREATED!!!!
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Yea I had a look at some other tutorials, and did pretty much exactly that.
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When I was in college I liked to look at online tutorials and tutoring books to get alternate explanations of stuff that confused me.
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I will definitely look at that tutorial.
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The only problem is that when I look at how-to's and tutorials it seems really complicated just to throw it out.
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With fire, we could say "look what I made, look at what I created".
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I'm not sure but I suspect it might be an Eastern European thing, I have to look at tutorials for both Asians and Europeans to get advice :/ brb looking through your blog
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I rarely bothered to look at tutorials as I could get the gist of an idea and just run with it as well.
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When I look at the PI tutorials on amazing deep images, they all involve some NR, so I'm assuming that 1.
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I mean look at AK47, it was created just after WW2 yet it is one of the most effective and reliant ARs around.
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To see the prosess i would go to poorfolksbows.com and look at their tutorials.
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I would maybe look at some programming tutorials online first and see if its really your thing.
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Would you take a look at the post I created on this forum yesterday?
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I would say keep practicing and look at tutorials on /r/MakeupAddiction but even still, you're not that bad.
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