Note Unlike with PS, you have to manually resize the image. As with PS, there are many online tutorials for using Photoshop and using Krita, and you can search for tutorials in the official Krita documentation at . ## OpenOffice/LibreOffice The OpenOffice suite of productivity software includes the word processor OpenOffice Writer, the spreadsheet program OpenOffice Calc, the presentation program OpenOffice Impress, and the drawing program Draw. OpenOffice can be used to create any type of document you can make with Microsoft Office—forms, letters, flyers, reports, or anything else—as well as manage projects, calendars, and address books. It can create standard ASCII text documents (just like Microsoft Word or Microsoft Notepad), as well
This is the tutorial I will be showing you how to make your own exquisite emoji image or artwork. Step 1: Download Photoshop Elements. Make sure to get a version that has the option for Sepia Tone and High Contrast for this tutorial. Step 2: Grab your emoji that you want to transform. For this tutorial, I have used a heart with a rose emoji and then I will edit it to make it realistic. We will still be making this cute emoji picture but we will be in the process of making it look like a real rose. Step 3: Go to File-> Open… Step 4: You will now be taken to a file list. Browse to where you have the image you need. As you can see here, I have put the rose emoji image. Step 5: Here is where you will need to make sure to change the image types. For this, the new image type that I want for my rose is.eps. That means that it’s basically a vector image. And then the old image format that I want to keep is.psd, which is a layered Photoshop file. Step 6: Click OK Step 7: As you can see here, I’m going to open it up and put a layer over it. With this, I have just made a flower. Step 8: Open Photoshop Elements and drag your Image into it. So I have just made the rose, now we need to add another one so we just open Photoshop Elements and drag the rose back in. And when you do that you’ll be able to see a new layer on top of the initial rose layer. Step 9: Select Layer-> New Layer. Step 10: This opens up a whole new layer, and we can now edit it separately. Now we have these new layers, go to Edit-> Paths -> Stroke. Step 11: This will create a stroke layer around your flower, making it look like it is real. Step 12: Now we need to edit the color of the flower. In this example, I’m going to go up in the color picker. It is important that you are looking at what the color is in reality. You can adjust things like the hue and saturation, but in this case, let’s just edit the RGB values directly. You’ll know what a681f4349e
Standard size of fresh frozen plasma and red blood cell unit as a predictor of total blood volume in trauma patients with massive transfusion. Total blood volume (TBV) is an important determinant of coagulopathy in trauma. Limited data are available about the predictive value of standard size of fresh frozen plasma (FFP) and red blood cell (RBC) unit for total blood volume in trauma patients undergoing massive transfusion (MT). We assessed the effect of the standard-size of FFP and RBC on TBV during MT in trauma patients. The population of this retrospective, single-center study consisted of trauma patients between August 2009 and January 2012, receiving MT due to irreversible coagulopathy. The volume of plasma, RBC and platelets collected was used to calculate TBV. The patients were divided into three groups according to the collected standard size of FFP and RBC: Group 1 (≤ standard units), Group 2 (standard units > standard units) and Group 3 (protocol standard units). The TBV and RBC requirements were estimated. During the study period, the largest trauma patient undergoing MT was a 33-year-old man. The collected standard-size FFP and RBC were Group 1 (400 mL), Group 2 (1000 mL) and Group 3 (1500 mL). The TBV requirements for Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 were 1.22, 1.39 and 1.62 mL/kg, respectively (P = 0.018). The RBC requirements for Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 were 2.35, 3.89 and 6.30 × 109, respectively (P Pages Wednesday, February 27, 2012 Free WordPress Themes – 5th Place & Finalists It’s the end of the first quarter and, as usual, I thought about it all the way through (although it’s only 1 p.m. now and my brain is still suffering a bit from the after-effects). 1. The Winner Ricardo Lopez gave me the answer again on last week’s contest. My own answer was “Alchemy”, which he nabbed from me, and I couldn’t
[Blood and urinary lead levels in children and adolescents in the city of Manizales, Colombia]. The aim of this study was to evaluate exposure to lead among children and adolescents in Manizales, Antioquia, Colombia, from the perspective of hyper-endemic areas. We visited children in educational institutions and conducted interviews with caregivers. Blood was collected for the measurement of the lead level; urine was taken for the analysis of lead concentrations. A total of 119 children between 6 and 12 years old were studied; of these, 69.5% presented peripheral arterial hypertension and 14.3% kidney damage. The following results were obtained: median blood lead level, 9.7 µg/dl; median plasma lead level, 1.27 µg/dl; and the median concentration of lead in the urine sample, 5.14 µg/dl. Compared with other studies done in this city, our values were much higher. For that reason, and considering the high prevalence of hypertension in this area, it is recommended to expand studies on the subject, with the objective of developing adequate prevention plans.) + at org.apache.kafka.common.protocol.types.Response.sendResponse(Response.java:62) + at org.apache.kafka.common.network.NetworkReceive.readResponse(NetworkReceive.java:168) + at org.apache.kafka.common.network.KafkaChannel.receive(KafkaChannel.java:124) + at org.apache.kafka.common.network.KafkaChannel.read(KafkaChannel.java:198) + at org.apache.kafka.common.network.Selector.select(Selector.java:222) + at org.apache.kafka.clients.NetworkClient.poll(NetworkClient.java:572) + at org.apache.kafka.clients.consumer.internals.ConsumerNetworkClient.access$300(ConsumerNetworkClient.java:47) + at org.apache.kafka.clients.consumer.internals.ConsumerNetworkClient$RequestFuture.block(ConsumerNetworkClient.java:696) + at org.apache.kafka.
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