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How to Draw Faces
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 5h 30m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 6,09 GB

How to Draw Faces - Learn to draw Proportional, Lifelike Portraits from Scratch

In this class, you will learn to draw a portrait from scratch. I will guide you from sketching to finishing touches in this highly detailed tutorial. I will share a lot of tips and tricks with you that will become part of your drawing practice so that you can apply them to your future portraits. You will need a few graphite pencils, something for blending (a blending stump or Q-tips), an eraser and a high-quality paper.

In addition to this tutorial, I will provide additional, bonus videos for you, such as testing, reviewing and comparing the blenders. Furthermore, I will provide you behind the scenes access, showing you how I record and edit my drawing videos. I will also explain how you can scan and edit your drawings to show them on the internet.

In this tutorial, you will learn:

How to sketch from complete scratch without using any reference photos
How to draw lifelike eyes and beautiful eyebrows
How to shade the nose to make it pop
How to draw plump lips and teeth
How to patiently shade the skin to make it smooth and achieve the best results
And how to draw realistic hair

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Kod:
https://skl.sh/2OPeHbN


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Blender 2.8 A Beginners Complete 3D Modelling Guide of Creating a Medieval Building Scene Part 1
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 9h 48m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 10,7 GB

This is a two-part course due to the immense number of lessons. Please visit my profile to access Part 2 of this course. You will need to complete both courses to complete the class project as the entire course was split in half.

We will go thorough workflow and all the tools to create the scene featured in the course introduction. This course is aimed at Blender 2.8 beginners and it will provide you with the tools to create all the assets that are included in this scene. It will also teach you the basics of texturing, UV-unwrapping and rendering in Blender 2.8. This will be one of the first extended length courses on Blender 2.8 since its release. I will introduce you to all the shortcuts and everything will be explained. Complete beginners to Blender 2.8 will quickly find their feet and before you know it, you will be creating scenes that look like you have spent years in Blender. Enrolling on this course will not only give you the tools to make a Medieval building scene - it will also provide you with freebies including 115 texture maps and 3 reference images all created by me, 3D Tudor, and unique to this course. Most of the textures are also seamless, so they can be easily used in any assets you create in the future. Interesting highlights include showing you how to build stone supports, stone stairs, lanterns, an archway alley, a balcony and a curved roof. The focus of this course is to show you how to make realistic models, to real-world scale. Lighting and rendering is also an essential part of this course, and after you have finished modelling, I will be show you how to let the moonlight and stars shine light onto your Medieval tavern.

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Kod:
https://skl.sh/2OMaw0l


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JavaScript Bible - JavaScript and ES6 Bootcamp 2019
.MP4, AVC, 1920x10800, 30 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 38h 27m | 8.71 GB
Instructor: Bogdan Stashchuk

JavaScript, ES6, Babel, NPM, Webpack - an entire JavaScript ecosystem in a one JavaScript Bootcamp course!

Learn
Learn JavaScript, ES6, NPM, Webpack, Babel, Node, and React by solving lots of challenges with real-world scenarios. Each challenge has a task and solution. And all of them are available in the GIT repositories that you will download at the beginning of the course.
Learn all fundamental features of JavaScript, starting with basic concepts such as variables, objects, functions, scopes, and operators and finishing with advanced topics as closures, hoisting, IIFEs (Immediately Invoked Function Expressions), classes, and many more.
Learn and understand ES6 features such as arrow functions, destructuring, default function parameters, template literals, array helper methods, and classes

About
This course covers everything you need to know about JavaScript to become a frontend web developer, a full-stack web developer, or a backend developer. You'll start from the very beginning and learn the fundamentals and basic concepts of JavaScript. Then you will learn new features included in ES6, ES7, and more. Also, you'll explore the Node.js environment for JavaScript code execution and you will understand the difference between a web browser and Node.js.

In separate sections, we will discuss Babel, NPM, Webpack, and MongoDB. Also, you will master the most popular JavaScript framework: React. JavaScript Bible - JavaScript and ES6 Bootcamp 2019 was designed for developers with different levels of JavaScript knowledge. If you are a beginner in JavaScript, start with the very first section called JavaScript Basics. If you have some experience with JavaScript, jump directly TO the sections where I cover ES6 topics such as REST/spread parameters, arrow functions, ES6 Classes, and more. By the end of the course, you'll have hands-on experience in developing WITH JavaScript and in front-end development.

This course covers everything you need to know about JavaScript and become either Frontend Web developer, or Full-stack Web Developer, or Backend developer.

We will start from the very beginning and you will learn the fundamentals and basic concepts of JavaScript. Then you will learn new features included in ES6, ES7, etc. Also, we will dive into the Node.js - environment for JavaScript code execution and you will understand what is the difference between Web Browser and Node.js. In separate sections, we will discuss Babel, NPM, Webpack, and MongoDB. Also, you will learn the most popular JavaScript framework - React.

JavaScript Bible was designed for developers with different levels of JavaScript knowledge. Each challenge has a task and solution in separate Git branches.

All the code and supporting files for this course are available at - github.com/PacktPublishing/JavaScript-Bible--JavaScript-and-ES6-Bootcamp-2019-

Features
Understand the proper methods for working with arrays: map, forEach, reduce, filter, and includes
Understand the purpose of the Node Package Manager (NPM)

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Kod:
https://www.packtpub.com/web-development/javascript-bible-javascript-and-es6-bootcamp-2019-video


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Unreal Engine 4: Character Skill System
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 25h 30m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 19,8 GB

In this game design course, I'll be guiding you step-by-step through the construction of a custom made CHARACTER SKILL SYSTEM using Unreal Engine 4: THE premier free to download gaming engine! (AND the SAME engine used to build "Fortnite.")

This course contains over 145+ fun to follow video lessons. Topics covered include:

How to create a 3D Sidescroller Project in Unreal Engine 4

How to create interactive and animated Menus and HUD utilizing Widget Blueprints

How to create interactive objects using Blueprint Scripting (NO CODING KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED!)

How to create 6 different Player Skills using Blueprint Scripting:

Double Jump

Back Dash

Fireball (direct attack)

Electro Shock (AOE attack)

Lens of Truth (reveals secret passageways and platforms)

Transform into Mist (allows you to pass through gates)

How to retarget Skeletal Meshes and Animations

How to create and edit an Animation State Machine

And more!

With the knowledge gained in these video lessons, you will be armed with the necessary skills to start building your OWN character skill system (WITHOUT any programming knowledge needed)!

Who this course is for:
Students interested in learning how to use Unreal Engine 4 to create games
Students looking to expand their knowledge of Blueprint Scripting, Widget Blueprints, and Animation Hook-Ups in Unreal Engine 4
Students who want to learn how to add a skill / ability / magic system to their game
Students interested in the "Metroidvania" genre

Homepage
Kod:
https://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/unreal-engine-4-character-skill-system/


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TTC Video - An Economic History of the World since 1400
Course No. 5670 | .M4V, AVC, 325 kbps, 856x480 | English, AAC, 160 kbps, 2 Ch | 48x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 5.02 GB
Lecturer: Donald J. Harreld, Ph.D.

Money truly does make the world go 'round. And yet, when it comes to the study of world history, most of us focus on politics, society, and culture. We often overlook the vital importance of economics.

Full Description
Economics has, in many regards, created the world. Not only is it the process through which societies provide for the well-being of their citizens, it has also driven everything from trade and politics to warfare and diplomacy. In fact, there's not a single aspect of history that has not, in some way, been influenced by economic practices.

Most of us, even those savvy at following today's market fluctuations, have a limited understanding of the powerful role economics has played in shaping human civilization. This makes economic history-the study of how civilizations have structured their environments in order to provide food, shelter, and material goods-a vital lens through which to think about how we arrived at our present, globalized moment. It's also a way to educate yourself about the history behind today's (and tomorrow's) economic headlines, from trade negotiations to job outsourcing to financial miracles.

Designed to fill the long-empty gap in how we think about modern history, An Economic History of the World since 1400 is a comprehensive, 48-lecture journey through more than 600 years of economic history, from the feudal system of the medieval world to the high-speed information economy of the 21st century. Aimed at the layperson who has only a cursory understanding of economics, these lectures illustrate the fascinating links between economics and history, revealing how the production, consumption, and exchange of goods has influenced (and been influenced by) historical events and trends, including the Black Death, the Age of Exploration, the invention of the printing press, the Industrial Revolution, the European colonization of Africa, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the rise of China and India, and the birth of personal computing.

How can concepts like prices, resource allocation, production methods, technological development, and labor steer the fates of entire nations and ways of life? In the hands of economic historian and award-winning professor Donald J. Harreld of Brigham Young University, this profound question forms the foundation of an exciting Great Course that transforms the basic economic worries of providing for one's welfare into a riveting, centuries-long story of power, glory, and ideology.

Discover the Economics behind History's Great Events

What's so special about the year 1400? Professor Harreld starts the course here because this was the historical moment in which we first begin to see the baby steps that would send the world toward the modern economic systems we use today. And while the lectures extend outward to examine the economic histories of places like India, China, and Africa, the focus is primarily on the West, because the world economy has been framed by Western ideas and ideals for the past several centuries.

"Economic history is not the examination of the history of economics," notes Professor Harreld. "We'll only lightly touch on the history of economic thought. Instead, we'll focus on what happened in the past-rather than what people thought about what happened in the past."

An Economic History of the World since 1400 is your opportunity to view major historical moments through the perspective of economics, shedding new light on familiar people and events. It's also your chance to see how, in step with history, economic ideas emerged, evolved, and thrived or died.

The Black Death and the end of serfdom: From 1346 to 1353, the plague devastated the population of Europe-an event that would have profound ramifications for the largely feudal economy of the time. Along with a drop in the amount of cultivated farmland and a rise in wages, the Black Death forced indebted manorial lords to turn the management of their estates over to peasants, which began the trend of eliminating serfdom that would be finished by the 19th century.
Colonialism and joint stock companies: By the end of the 16th century, the Dutch and English broke the Portuguese monopoly on voyages to Asia, opening a new chapter in the story of European domination over long-distance maritime trade. This, in turn, gave rise to joint stock companies-new forms of business organizations like the Dutch East India Company. So powerful were these merchant blocks that their charters acknowledged the use of violence to advance international trade.
Class consciousness and consumer culture: In the late 19th century, thanks to technological advancements and better living standards, Europeans and Americans had more money in their pockets than ever before. What resulted was a working-class interest in fashions and tastes that had formerly concerned only the upper class. To satisfy this, people turned to more modern forms of consuming goods like mail-order catalogs and department stores. However, an increased emphasis on class lines also led to major labor strikes and riots, as well as the birth of communism.
World War I and postwar debts: The First World War not only destroyed nations, it also ravaged the international economy. In the years after the war, huge debts that countries had accumulated to finance the war had to be paid off. Inflation hit much of Europe after the United States insisted on being repaid in full. There was also the matter of Germany's war reparations bill, which was more than $30 billion. Unknown to most parties, these and other economic events created conditions that helped bring about World War II.
The Middle East and the oil economy: How did the Middle East become such a powerful player on the world stage? The answer lies in the last quarter of the 20th century, when Western attempts to exert economic power in the region, a softening of the post-World War II economy, and a global shift in fuel consumption provided these oil-rich nations with a major role in world affairs.

Examine the Intersection of History and Economics

As Professor Harreld takes you through the tumultuous centuries of modern history, you'll strengthen your understanding of a range of economic concepts, philosophies, trends, treaties, and organizations.

Learn how early guilds and monopolies were established in an effort to protect merchants from competition in distant cities.
See how the mercantile system defined by Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations helped further the process of state building that would remake Western Europe.
Discover how the United States, which often borrowed European technologies, pioneered the American system of manufacturing using interchangeable parts in the 19th century.
Consider how Marxist economic ideas played a major role in the African independence movement (and the Cold War) during the 1950s and 1960s.
Witness how various nations came together to form international economic organizations, partnerships, and trade blocs including the European Union, the Arab League, and NAFTA.

By grounding these and other topics in the history of world events, An Economic History of the World since 1400 makes them much more understandable. It also cements the important role the economy played in why wars were won (and lost), why international agreements were made (and broken), and why national economies rose (and fell).

Professor Harreld also invites you to consider provocative questions about the intersection of history and economics-and their illuminating answers.

What technological invention, more than any other, revolutionized the modern economy?
How do economic historians define terms like "globalization" and "class consciousness"?
Why didn't China's advanced civilization industrialize hundreds of years before it actually did?
What did the economies of Roosevelt's America and Hitler's Germany have in common?
What does history tell us about how nations should-and shouldn't-dictate economic policy?
Can we say that free trade is truly free?

Marvel at History's Economic Forces

An award-winning teacher and chairman of Brigham Young University's Department of History, Professor Harreld has spent his career carefully analyzing the interplay between economics and the social and political behavior of countries throughout the world. His chronological approach to the subject, combined with illuminating visual aids (including detailed maps, historical documentation, and illustrations of key trade routes) make this an excellent visual learning experience. And his resonant, authoritative voice makes these lectures equally compelling to hear.

While it may seem daunting to chart the economic evolution of the modern world, in the hands of this master educator, you're never overwhelmed or vexed by complex economic details. Instead, you're guided through a top-level explanation of economic concepts, with the focus always being on their historical ramifications.

"History doesn't repeat itself exactly," says Professor Harreld. "The world changes. But the past helps us see the world today more clearly." With An Economic History of the World since 1400, marvel at just how much we still have to learn about the economic forces that have dictated our past-and that will undoubtedly dictate our future.


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https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/an-economic-history-of-the-world-since-1400.html


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Constructive Figure Drawing
Video: .MP4, 640x360 | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 43h 56m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 8,5 GB

Join renowned artist Steve Huston as he teaches you figure drawing based on the critical concepts of gesture and structure. Steve will assume that you have no training with the figure and build up your skill step-by-step with many examples and assignments to help you learn. You will learn how to make strong artistic statements and to visualize the forms of your figures in three-dimensional space.

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Kod:
https://www.nma.art/courses/constructive-figure-drawing/


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Node: De cero a experto
Udemy / Fernando Herrera | Duration: 19 h 57 m | Video: H264 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44,1 kHz 2ch | 6,53 GB | Language: Español + .vtt | 2019

Rest, despliegues, heroku, mlab, git, github, sockets, subida de archivos, jwt y mucho más para ser un experto en Node

¿Qué es Node?

Es muy posible que si llegaste al curso es porque alguien te mencionó sobre Node, alguien lo usa o bien tienes curiosidad de lo que Node puede hacer... aquí aprenderemos muchas cosas que te explicarán porque Node están popular hoy en día.

¿Interesado en aprender Node?

Te encuentras en el lugar correcto, no importa si tu conocimiento de Node es cero y si ya tienes una base muy fuerte de Node. Este curso parte de nada y termina con una base sumamente sólida para que puedas crear aplicaciones de todo tipo utilizando Node.

Objetivo del curso:

Mi objetivo con este curso, es enseñar Node con ejercicios reales y aplicables en la vida real, aprender haciendo aplicaciones, incrementando la complejidad de las mismas poco a poco, y sin darte cuenta estaremos trabajando con bases de datos, sockets, consumiendo servicios y mucho más.

Meta final del curso:

Al terminar el curso no sólo tendrás la base, sino que podrás aplicar todos los conocimientos adquiridos para trabajar allá afuera en el campo laboral. Tengo como meta, que al terminar el curso tu puedas agregar a tu currículo y con fundamento que sabes Node.

Pre-requisitos del curso:

Este curso aunque parte de cero Node... es necesario que conozcas un poco de JavaScript y de ser posible algo de lógica de programación básica... hay temas que son sumamente importantes que preferí incorporarlos en una pequeña sección para que todos hablemos el mismo idioma a la hora de empezar a trabajar con Node... pero no enseño JavaScript básico.

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Kod:
http://anonymz.com/?https://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/course/node-de-cero-a-experto/


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Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain (Updated 7/2019)
Created by Bret Fisher, Docker Captain Program | Video: 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 12:41 H/M | Lec: 117 | 6.72 GB | Language: English | Sub: English [Auto-generated]

Build, compose, deploy, and manage Docker containers from development to DevOps based Swarm clusters

What you'll learn
How to use Docker and Compose on your machine for better software building and testing.
Learn Docker's official tools from an award-winning Docker Captain!
Learn faster with included live chat group (17,000 members!) and weekly live Q&A.
Skills to build advanced development environments with your code running in containers.
Build a fancy multi-node Swarm cluster for production deployments!
Hand's-on with best practices for making Dockerfiles and Compose files like a Pro!
Build and publish your own custom images.
Create your own custom image registry to store your apps and deploy in corporate environments.

Requirements
No paid software required - Just install your favorite text editor and browser!
Local admin access to install Docker for Mac/Windows/Linux.
Understand terminal or command prompt basics.
Linux basics like shells, SSH, and package managers. (tips included to help newcomers!)
Know the basics of creating a server in the cloud (on any provider). (tips included to help newcomers!)
Understand the basics of web and database servers. (how they typically communicate, IP's, ports, etc.)
Have a GitHub and Docker Hub account.

Description
Updated Monthly in 2019! Be ready for the Dockerized future with the number ONE Docker course on Udemy. Welcome to the most complete and up-to-date course for learning and using Docker end-to-end, from development and testing, to deployment and production. Taught by an award-winning Docker Captain and DevOps consultant.

Just starting out with Docker? Perfect. This course starts out assuming you're new to containers.

Or: Using Docker now and need to deal with real-world problems? I'm here for you! See my production topics around Swarm, secrets, logging, rolling upgrades, and more.

BONUS: This course comes with Slack Chat and Live Weekly Q&A with me!

Why should you learn from me? Why trust me to teach you the best ways to use Docker? (Hi, I'm Bret, please allow me to talk about myself for a sec):

I'm A Practitioner. Welcome to the real world: I've got 20 years of sysadmin and developer experience, over 30 certifications, and have been using Docker and the container ecosystem for my consulting clients and my own companies since Docker's early days. Learn from someone who's run hundreds of containers across dozens of projects and organizations.

I'm An Educator. Learn from someone who knows how to make a syllabus: I want to help you. People say I'm good at it. For the last few years I've trained thousands of people on using Docker in workshops, conferences and meetups. See me teach at events like DockerCon, O'Reilly Velocity, GOTO Conf, and Linux Open Source Summit. I hope you'll decide to learn with me, and join the fantastic online Docker community.

I Lead Communities. Also, I'm a Docker Captain, meaning that Docker Inc. thinks I know a thing or two about Docker and that I do well in sharing it with others. In the real-world: I help run two local meetups in our fabulous tech community in Norfolk/Virginia Beach USA. I help online: usually in Slack and Twitter, where I learn from and help others.

Who this course is for?
Software developers, sysadmins, IT pros, and operators at any skill level.
Anyone who makes, deploys, or operates software on servers.

Homepage
Kod:
https://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/docker-mastery/


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Alex Becker - Elysium First Day
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Duration: 9h 7m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size File: 17.61 GB

Elysium First Day Entrance
- Full instant access
- 4 week of step by step training
- Scripts/Template/Ads all blueprinted
- 1 year of FB group coaching

Kod:
https://www.anonymz.com/?https://herotraining.mykajabi.com/store/eYTrz62W


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Blender 2.8 A Beginners Complete 3D Modelling Guide of Creating a Medieval Building Scene Part 2
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 10h 59m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 10.5 GB

This is a two-part course due to the immense number of lessons. Please visit my profile to access Part 1 of this course. You will need to complete both courses to complete the class project as the entire course was split in half.

We will go thorough workflow and all the tools to create the scene featured in the course introduction. This course is aimed at Blender 2.8 beginners and it will provide you with the tools to create all the assets that are included in this scene. It will also teach you the basics of texturing, UV-unwrapping and rendering in Blender 2.8. This will be one of the first extended length courses on Blender 2.8 since its release. I will introduce you to all the shortcuts and everything will be explained. Complete beginners to Blender 2.8 will quickly find their feet and before you know it, you will be creating scenes that look like you have spent years in Blender. Enrolling on this course will not only give you the tools to make a Medieval building scene - it will also provide you with freebies including 115 texture maps and 3 reference images all created by me, 3D Tudor, and unique to this course. Most of the textures are also seamless, so they can be easily used in any assets you create in the future. Interesting highlights include showing you how to build stone supports, stone stairs, lanterns, an archway alley, a balcony and a curved roof. The focus of this course is to show you how to make realistic models, to real-world scale. Lighting and rendering is also an essential part of this course, and after you have finished modelling, I will be show you how to let the moonlight and stars shine light onto your Medieval tavern.

Homepage
Kod:
https://skl.sh/31zvx02


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