How to Draw a Cat

How to Draw a Cat
There is nothing like the friendly kitty cat and her purr that can come to cheer up our spirits. Unfortunately, drawing a cat couldn’t come as a more challenging subject to some artists. There are simple solutions to drawing a cat, and in this guide we’ll walk you through a step-by-step guide to drawing a cat and how you can accentuate your simple cat drawings into something more rewarding to look at. Steps to Draw a Cat Start off by drawing the basics of a cat form with shapes. We will start with the head as a simple circle. This will just be used as a starting point, so it should be drawn lightly so you can erase it and make modifications to your cat drawing later. Draw a curved line to represent the shape of the body. From the head, make your drawing slope down to where the forelegs will be positioned. From there it slightly curves up and levels off to where the hind legs will go. Following that, you can create any type of line you’d like which will be a temporary...

How to Clean Leather

How to Clean Leather
Washing and cleaning leather garments or furniture requires special instructions. Some garments demand special care so it is best to read the label in advance before proceeding. Washable leather clothing can never be really washed. You should use a sponge in washing them but do not soak in water. Here are the steps on how to clean leather. Cleaning Leather Garments When it comes to new or freshly cleaned garments, waterproof spray such as Melatonin Protector should be used in treating the garments. Wearing a scarf around the neck will help prevent grease marks from appearing on leather collars. Leather Garments should undergo professional cleaning every three to four years. They should be re-tinted or re-oiled. Leather skins are stretched when they are made and have the tendency to contract when cleaned. The skin would stretch out when worn immediately so it is recommended to avoid buying tight-fitting leather garments. When they get wet, wipe with a clean cloth and let it dry naturally...

How to Throw a Cast Net

How to Throw a Cast Net
You’ll find many proven methods on how to throw a cast net. Some methods can be easier for you while others may simply not be that practical for an individual compared to other methods. You will be left to choose a method that works well for you since there is no single proven method that can apply to everyone. Single Arm Throw for Smaller Cast Nets This method on how to throw a cast net works if you have one that has a radius of five feet or the smaller type of cast net. If you are right handed then you will have to use your right arm to throw the cast net. Tighten the hand loop on your right wrist. You then make several loose loops out of the throw line holding them with your throwing hand. If your cast net has a ring you then grab it with your non-throwing hand after making the loops and then have your throwing hand take it palm down. Your next step on how to throw a cast net is to take the lead line using your free hand and grab that with your throwing palm. The cast net ring...

How to Unlock MySpace?

How to Unlock MySpace?
Web-filters like WebSense block off the well-known, socializing central, MySpace. This disallows most people who are stuck doing their shift in the office access to the popular website. We recommend that you notify the billpayer that you will be using their resources for personal pleasures, at the same time as completing the allocated work (otherwise there could be serious consequences – you could even lose your job).   System Requirements Internet access Instructions Firstly, you will need to find what is called a “proxy.” A proxy allows you to browse Websites anonymously (in technical terms: it is a script that is able to hide your IP address by using the server’s that it is running on). Using a web-based proxy is the simplest way to gain your freedom (and to access MySpace), without access to the backend of your company’s web-filter. The best way to find a new proxy that would not have already been blocked by the filter, as had MySpace, would be...