Business Portrait On-location Photo Shoot (behind-the-scenes & Photoshop)

Business Portrait On-location Photo Shoot (behind-the-scenes & Photoshop)


So we’re on our way to a shoot at a car
dealership. I was hired to take pictures of all of the employees there for their
website. So I’m bringing my 5D Mark III, and what do you have there, Tony? -this is the backup camera it’s a 5d mark
II and you have the 70-200 which is perfect for
headshots. This is a 24-105 the nice Sigma f/4 and
again it’s just a back up, we shouldn’t ever need this. We also don’t plan to use the flash, but
if everything else fails if that Cyber Commander fails to trigger the strobes.
we can use the optical slaves from the flash here. -It’s always good to have a back-up, plan
on something failing. So we’re going to load up our car here
and just tell you what here we’re bringing as we load it up. This is our large Paul C. Buff
collapsible soft box so that will give a nice diffused light if there isn’t
adequate lighting in the dealership. -This is the Paul C. Buff Einstein E-640
which will attach to that soft boxe, this will be our main light. Here I have just a
bracket on the stand, it’s just useful to have one of these, you can attach
anything to it. -These are our Vagbond Mini by Paul
C. Buff and they’re batteries to hook our strobes up to/ -That way we don’t have to attach or have power
cords running everywhere where people might trip over it, it’s a little easier
outside of the studio. This is a reflector and we have
diffusers inside as well. Getting pretty crowded in there. -And this
is going to be a hair light or background light as we need it, just a
second light. It will be triggered by the Cyber Commander just like that Einstein
light and will run it from the other Vagabond. -I was told there would be a nice
background there but you’re never sure, we didn’t scope out the place yet so I
was going to use the white side of this backdrop in case their background wasn’t
very appealing. Throw that in there. I also brought a
lint brush just to make sure everyone is nice and clean. I have some painters tape to mark the
spot where everyone can stand so that everyone’s in the same location. And… some tape to hold the backdrop against the wall. -And this is a Panasonic
GH2 on a tripod, this is just going to be a b-roll camera for the
behind-the-scenes. The GH2 is a micro four thirds camera and it’s a little bit
old now but records great 1080p video and it runs forever, it doesn’t shut off
after 30 minutes like most DSLRs do. -I think that’s it. We just have to grab our coats and head
out. -Let’s go. -Alright. You might be able to find an angle where
we could get this line of cars in it, we have to stand up a little bit to look
down but we might be able to do that. -I was thinking this is a little too
colorful. -Yeah it is. You want to do it in my office then? -I have that, the other side is white. -yeah
the wall might be easier, I don’t know how much room there is in there. -yeah -The one other thing for this Tony, is that
we don’t have the nice natural light. -Yeah the lightning is, uh… rough. -We’ll have to use this.. -it’s a little tight to bring
lighting in. And I think we’ll just have one of us
stand behind him with the reflector -Yeah, I think it’ll be easy, so let’s get one more,
I’ll get my settings I’ll put a mark on the floor and we’ll get it done. You guys ready? Yeah will you be my model one more time? So I’m really glad that we picked a spot
that has natural light because a lot of the people here are different heights
and I would have had to adjust the softbox with every different person, it
would have been a lot more set up. So my recommendation for you would be to look
for natural light and bring a flash for fill light. -But be prepared in case it
doesn’t work out and you have to have artificial light. One of the reasons we
picked the 5D Mark III for this job is it takes two memory card slots and it can
write to both cards simultaneously. That way if one of the cards has a
problem we have another copy and we don’t have to go back and reshoot
everything. Yeah there you go. I didn’t think that it was the best I
could have done, I would have preferred if they came into the studio. I mean I know that that wasn’t possible. So now I’m back in my office and i’ve uploaded my pictures. I’m going to show you how to sort
through them, rate them and even edit them. Now that I have my photo in
Photoshop, I’m going to start by cleaning up my subject’s skin. So I have a filter
called portraiture and I love it and it does a really good job. It smooths out the
skin without taking away all the pores, which can kind of leave people looking a
bit lifeless and doll-like. So i’ll zoom in a bit more on his face so I can see
exactly what Portraiture is doing. I don’t want to lose any of these fine
lines or anything like that because it would make him look unnatural. So you can see, I can up the threshold
here and it smooths them out way too much. Looks like a boudoir shot or something
and this is a professional photo so he’s definitely not going for that. These
sliders here control the details. So this would control the large details and
smooth it out less if you were to bring them down and I actually think that looks
pretty good. Let me turn down the fine details a bit so
play around with it, it’s definitely to taste. And my only suggestion would be to
not smooth out people skin too much. Not even women. If you notice any residual marks, you can see there are a few just little
pores you can leave them in and use other tools in Photoshop to take care
of that. So i’m satisfied with this for now and then i’ll zoom in and use my
other tools to take care of any other small imperfections. So I want my spot
healing brush and i use my left bracket. I don’t want to remove too many things
because once again it will look just too unnatural and smooth. I think that looks pretty good the one
other thing I’m going to do is in person I didn’t see that his brow is furrowed at
all so I’m going to take the little furrow out of his brow. And I’ll just
use my lasso tool, circle it, delete and then use content
aware fill, that usually does a good job. And then use Ctrl D to deselect the area. I like to just zoom in to make sure it
looks natural and that actually doesn’t look too great. So I’m gonna try it again. That looks much better. The next thing I’m going to do is just brighten his teeth a little bit. They look great,
they are nice and white, but we’re used to seeing very white teeth in in the media so it’s
nice to just kind of brighten them up a tad bit. And here i added a new layer and i use
the overlay layer I select my paintbrush and use bright
white. You’re going to think this looks insane
but you just fill in just the front teeth. This is really bright, but once i’m done
i’m going to turn down the opacity and it will look natural. We’ll see I don’t want to whiten them them too much. So I’ll zoom out and make sure it looks natural. You can even turn down your opacity on
your brush a little bit it to get these back teeth, but remember that the back
teeth are usually a bit darker, so if you make these really bright, let me show you what I mean. I can’t really because i have the
opacity down, but if you make these too bright it won’t look good. Ok. So the teeth look nice and next I’m
going to just brighten his eyes a tad bit. So i’ll use my Dodge tool, I have the
mid-tones selected and my exposure down to thirty percent and I just do a little half circle. Let me see And the next thing I’m going to do here,
just because he has fair skin is just fill in his eyebrows a
little bit. They’re in the midtones, so I have the mid-tone selected and my
exposure is really low, it’s only sixteen percent, and i’m just going to define
them a little bit. Lastly I’m going to brighten up the
background. I’ll do that by selecting the background
and i’m going to use let’s see, I think I’ll use my magic wand tool
to fix the areas that it’s selected that I don’t want selected I can use this
tool to subtract from the selection but I usually like to press alt, the alt key,
and then it does it for you. You can also use this button here to add to the selection, but i’m actually going to use
layer masks and i’ll show you how. If you aren’t great at selecting by hand, you can
also use the mask tool which i think is easier. So i’m going to show you how to
select the background better using the mask tool. So i will go to the
brightness and contrast and i’m going to raise the brightness of the background,
you can see i missed a big chunk, but that’s not a big deal because then I can
go into the mask and use my paintbrush with either black or white to add or
subtract to the selected area. So white is going to add to the selected area, so I
will make my brush bigger by pressing the right bracket and then just paint it
in. And I selected the wrong parts here, so i’ll use black to get rid
of that. So you can see this is the before and it
still looks natural just a bit brighter and better and this is the after. Since they’re professional photos, you
don’t want them to look too glamorous or touched up that can actually be
embarrassing if they’re going to be meeting with a client and in their
picture they look 40 years younger, that’s going
to be off-putting to the client. So make sure that it looks like they
look in real life but just the best version of themselves. That’s it, pretty simple! If you like this
video please subscribe to our channel and if you like our lessons and teaching
style you can check out our book Stunning Digital Photography. Thank you!

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!


Quite often when you go out shooting
with your camera you’ll probably see a scene that you think’s interesting; frame
it up a bit and then zoom around with your zoom to try and get the composition
that you want, but there is a much better way of doing things than this. If you
consider your zoom as a selection of prime lenses, by prime lenses I mean
lenses which can’t zoom, they have fixed focal lengths like 18, 40, 50, 90, 150 whatever it may be. If you use a prime lens you can’t zoom
so you have to move yourself backwards and forwards in order to frame the shot
that you want. When you start controlling your focal length you can control what
the picture looks like, what’s in it and what isn’t, but how do you know which
focal length you’re going to need for which shot that you’re going to take? I’m
going to show you but to do so I’m going to need a nice, friendly, helpful
assistant called Natasha. Hello Nat! This is Jane’s daughter Natasha and
she’s kind of… well I guess I’m your evil stepdad am I that bad?
– Ahhh I can put up with you Mike Ah she’s sweet! Right Nat, could you come and stand here for a moment, go that way
a little bit, there we go – perfect. supposing Natasha and I were standing in our own the garden or something rather than in the street which is a little odd,
I might just think ‘Ah there’s Nat, that would make a nice picture’ stand there and zoom
around and just sort of zoom in and out like that and take a picture and it’s
going to be okay, but I could get a better result if I chose the focal
length for the shot. I’m going to show you a little exercise here which I would
like you to repeat afterwards. What I’m going to do is take the same picture of
Natasha over and over again but at different focal lengths, so you can see
what happens to the environment around her. Now this is going to involve a bit of
lens changing and fiddling around so you may have to bear with me for a minute.
Nat can we go over here? The reason I’ve chosen in the middle of a street is
because you need somewhere which has got sides that go off into the distance and
that has an end behind. Now it’s really important when you compose your shot that you compose it exactly the same each time, so I’m going to give Natasha probably about
a hands width of sky above her head, that’s going to be the very top of the
picture and the bottom of the picture is going to be this seam at the top of
her dress – that will be at the bottom of the frame each time. So first off 10
millimeters, now I’ve got to get right into your personal space here Nat to get the
seam at the top of your dress and only a handful of sky there it is – oop no – there it is – perfect. Now zoom the lens, I’m going to double it to 20 millimeters and do the same thing.
Now that’s made Nat come closer so I’ve got to move back a bit and that’s
only subtle – there it is. All right now we’re going to a longer
lens, from 20 millimeters (camera straps drive me me on the bend)
let’s go to 35 millimeters. So frame the same shot, now I have to move back
because the lens has got longer – again handbreadth of sky, seam on the dress,
excellent. Let’s double that, let’s go out to 70 millimeters so again, she’s
really filling the frame now because it zoomed on to her, so I move back a
bit and very carefully line up – this is a great exercise – oh you blinked, don’t blink!
Right, there we go. Now we want to go out further. I’m gonna
have to change the lens because the next set of focal lengths go out a long way.
We’re going to go from 10 millimeters right out of 500 that means I’m going to
use a whopper of a lens. Even if you don’t have lenses this kind of focal
length, please go and repeat this exercise because it really will help you
understand what on earth it is I’m talking about. Now with the last one at
70 I’m to do the next one at 150, so I’ve set the zoom on the lens I’m not going to
zoom in and out I’m going to frame the shot up with Natasha. Oh look that wasn’t
a bad guess, I’m actually going to go a little bit closer, here we go… train your
eye to look around the viewfinder to line up these gaps like the the bottom
of the dress and the hand breadth of sky. Let’s zoom then on out to 250. Again
Natasha will have come closer in the lens so I’ve got to move back to get the
same shot. Here we go, line up the elements, the gap at the top
and the seam on the dress and then finally we’re going to go all the way out from
250 to 500 millimeters so I’m moving back again. The environment behind
Natasha is changing with each of these shots and this one I promise, you would
never know we were standing in a street… but there’s a lot of fiddling to
get this right – still too close – there it is Good stuff. Nat! Come and have a look So beginning at 10 millimeters, here we go.
Here you are at 10 millimeters. yeah you see how it’s pulled Natasha’s face forward? But look
I’ve got the bottom of the picture as the seam of the dress, the top of the
picture but a handbreadth of sky. As we move on from 10 to 20, see how it’s
changed? Natasha has got a more normal shape. Also look, the cars and
the houses jump forward as we flick between them. Moving on out from there I
think we went to 50 which is a much more normal looking Natasha.
As we move on through – oop we want the other camera as we’re now out to 100 or
so. You see how everything’s starting to take a step forward
each time we extend the focal length until now you don’t know you’re in a
street, and we get to the very last shot there’s no hint of a house or anything.
We’ve just got a clear grey background which is actually the tarmac of the
streets as it goes off up the hill in the distance. This is all you need to do, it
doesn’t matter what you practice this with. If you don’t have a Natasha to take
into the street just put your camera bag on a table in the park or something like
that and take the same shot over and over again, changing the focal length and
moving back so that you get the idea of what’s going on
to the environment and then look at all the pictures one after the other.
This isn’t just the realm of a digital SLR you could do the same thing with a
little compact camera anything that has a zoom on it. If you’re cycling along the sea wall you might not want to carry a monster like that.
Natasha would you mind? We’re going to do a very brief one. Here you go, over
there a bit. If I set the zoom to its widest take the same picture of Natasha getting
right into her personal space, good stuff Nat, and then zoom it to it’s
longest zoom, do the same thing move back. You know if you’re at a party and just got a little camera and you think ‘Oh I’ll take a picture…’ There we go, as you can see the
two are very, very different. Don’t just think I’m going to go and try this in
the morning. Once you start treating your zoom lens as a series of prime lenses
and moving yourself around not being lazy, you’ll really set loose the magic
of your camera and your photography. Don’t leave it, get out there right this
minute! Go and try this.

Raspberry Pi Camera Setup Tutorial for Beginners

Raspberry Pi Camera Setup Tutorial for Beginners


Dear friends welcome to another video! This
is Nick from educ8s.tv and today I am very excited because we are going to see how to
use the Raspberry Pi camera module! Let’s start!
When I first received my Raspberry Pi, about a month ago, the first thing I wanted to have
was this camera module. I have a passion for photography and from the moment I saw this
module I came up with many project ideas. It is an impressive little device, it has
a resolution of 5Mp for still images and it can record FULL HD video at 30 FPS. It is
also very small in size and it costs around 27$. Gearbest.com website was kind enough
to send a sample unit in order to test it and share my thoughts with you. Thanks Gearbest
for supporting our channel! You can find a link in the description of the video if you
want to buy this module. Let’s now see how to connect the camera
module to your Raspberry Pi. I am using a Raspaberry Pi model A+ here,
but the camera module works on any Raspberry Pi board. Be sure to unplug the Raspberry
from power before connecting the camera module to it. Next all you have to do is to connect
this ribbon cable to camera connector on the Raspberry Pi board which is next to the HDMI
output. The shiny side of the cable must face the HDMI port. You then have to lock it down.
That’s it! Let’s now go to the computer to see how to use the module.
After booting up we open a console window and we type the following two commands in
order to update the system to the latest version of the available software.
First we run the command: sudo apt-get update Next we run the command: sudo apt-get upgrade
This may take some time if your system wasn’t updated recently. After the upgrade of the
system is completed we can run the following command: sudo raspi-config
From the menu that appears we have to enable the Camera module. After doing that, we press
the finish button and we are asked to reboot the system. That’s it. When the system reboots,
we are ready to use the camera module. Let’s take some still shots now!
I have connected the 5inch touch display I showed you few days ago, to the Raspberry
Pi board in order to see what happens when taking a still image or a video. You can use
your monitor instead with a HDMI cable if you don’t have a small display like this.
In order to take a still show we have to use the following command:
raspistill –o imagename.jpg –stats When we execute the command, at the display
we can see a preview window for 5 seconds and then a still image is captured.
We can use any filename we like after the –o flag at the command. You can see that
the image has been created in my Desktop because I was running the command from the Desktop
folder. In order to capture a video we have to use
the following command. raspivid –o testvideo.avi –t 10000
That command creates a video with a filename testvideo.avi and a length of 10 seconds.
In the display after running the command we can see a preview of the video and we can
then find the created video in the Desktop folder. But now let’s go outside and take
some real world images and footage. That’s a still image from the medieval castle
of Mystras, here in Lakonia, Greece. In the background you can see the modern city of
Sparta. That’s the slightly edited shot and that’s the original. The still image
needed some color correction, and straightening. Now let’s see a 10 second video of this
place taken with the camera module. You can find the raw image and video in the description
of the video. As you can see the quality of the images and
the video is impressive for such a small module. I am really very pleased with the results.
One disadvantage I can see, is that the module does not support focus or autofocus. It has
a fixed focus at 60cm and more. That’s limiting, but there are many very interesting projects
we can build with this module. I have many projects to build in mind. You can find them
in this website, www.educ8s.tv/ideas. In this webpage you can vote on which ideas you would
like to be built first, or post your own project ideas. I plan to work on the projects with
the most votes first. So consider voting the projects you like and help me decide which
projects are more useful and interesting to you, the viewers of the channel! Thank you
in advance! If this is your first time here, I would love
to have you subscribed. In this channel I post videos about DIY projects every Saturday.
I love making things and I believe that anyone can make things, anyone can become a maker.
That’s why I created this channel, in order to share my knowledge with the community and
learn from the community. I hope you will join us. Until next Saturday, Watch, Learn,
Build!

How to make an electroscope (DIY)

How to make an electroscope (DIY)


Hi! I’m going to show you how to make an
electroscope out of various bits and pieces that you can find around
the house. This is a glass jar. I have 2 little pieces of
aluminum foil that I cut the same way into little round shapes like this. And I put a little hole in one end right here. So 2 of those… 1, 2. Some copper wire. This is 14 gauge (AWG), the thicker the better. This seems to work fine. I’ve soldered this end
right here and I’ve soldered this end right here. That’s just to get rid of the sharp edges. And then I spiralled this end right here like this, just to
make a large surface area. I’ll show you why we do that in a minute. Just some black tape right here… electrical tape. And right here this is
actually taken from a lid like this. This is a container from a health food
store. It’s a plastic lid. So any piece of plastic will do. I’ve taken a plastic tube and shoved it through the lid and hot glued it right here so it’s solid
with the lid. A piece of straw will do. This is some tube that I got from a hobby shop. Okay, now to assemble it. The first thing
I’ll do is take the copper wire and stick it through the tube here. One thing that you’ll have to make sure of
is that it’ll fit through the tube. There we go. That should be a good distance right
there. And at this end right here, just
form it into a little hook. Make it into a little round hook like that. Then I’ll take one peice of
aluminum foil and I’ll put it on the hook. Remember, I’ve made a little
hole in one side here so just carefully slip it on there. Take the other piece of aluminum foil, it doesn’t matter which
side’s shiny and which side’s flat, and carefully put that through without
breaking the hole. Smooth them out. You can see that they’re now touching
together at the end of the hook. I have some black electoral tape which I’ve
already cut and put on here. I’ll take the jar now, slip this over the top, bend down the electrical tape, and I’ll take this last piece electrical tape just to reinforce the
other tape to make sure that is holds on well and last a good, long time. And just for convenience sake I’ll just bend this down right here like that. It’s easy to use that way. And it’s done! Okay, now the next step is to test it. That’s what this piece of vinyl is for. It’s just a
piece of vinyl that’s taken from window blinds. Watch what happens down here when I move this piece close to this
edge. Watch what happens to the aluminum. You can see the aluminum spreads apart. Let’s take something a little better. Here I have an old
vinyl record. That should have a bigger charge on it. There you go. You can see the two pieces of
aluminum foil really spread apart. So it works. Now my favorite
question, why does it work? The reason it works is when you rub your hand against a piece of vinyl like this, electrons from your hand are
transferred to the vinyl. You can’t just touch it. You actually have to
have physical motion like that. Rubbing. Because the electrons are going to the
vinyl, the vinyl becomes more negative and your hand becomes more positive. When you move the vinyl close to the
electroscope, the big surface here, … get a good charge on there… Because there’s a lot of electrons right here,
it’s more negative than positive, that causes the electrons that are on
this piece of copper to move down the copper, away from the electrons that are
on the vinyl. Like-charges repel each other so if we have a negative charge here,
that’s going to repel electrons, which are negatively charged here, down into the
jar to the hook and then to the almunium foil. Now both pieces of aluminum foil are going to
become negatively charged. Both of them. And negative charges repel negative
charges. So the aluminum foils repel each other. And that’s how it works. Your air has to be very dry in order
for this to work. I’ve had an air conditioner running,
so my air is dry.

PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE Mystery Wheel 3 & How To Make Avengers Captain Marvel & Shazam Diy Art

PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE Mystery Wheel 3 & How To Make Avengers Captain Marvel & Shazam Diy Art


– You challenged us to
make Shazam, so let’s go. Now, I’m kicking it off with
the lightning bolt first. Because the lightning bolt is the body, but the lightning bolt is not the body. – Now we’re gonna give
him his little eyes. And dude, his head is nowhere near as big as his smile Yeah!
– Yeah! We’ll give him his little mouth, he’ll have a big ol’ smile, like, yeah! Oh no! I’m upset! – Whoa!
– I’m sorry, – Bumps. – I’m doing my best, I’m sorry, I just lost control for a moment. Uh-oh, I got a feeling this
one might not come out right. Gotta test this one over
here first, let see. (dramatic music) (both screaming) Oh, what? I screamed so loud. (both screaming) I got it all over my wrist. Well, gotta get this off my arm quick before it stains my arm blue. Gonna have a little bit of
pinkeye over here in this eye, you know, you got a little
bit of the eye infection, doing whatever Shazam does. (peppy ukulele music) We gotta give him defined muscles here, got a little bicep,
little tricep, appendix. And of course a spleen, there we go. I think those areall the
muscles that are in the arm. – What? (laughs) All right, goin’ for the armpits next, then I’m working on the bicep after that. All right, now goin’
around, grabbing the elbow. – [Collins] As you do that,
I’m gonna add a elbow to mine. – Comin’ around to his forearm, he’s got these cool bracelet arm thingies. – Next up, we gotta give a nice, flowing white cape, so here we go. Just gonna give him a nice
little cape like this. Here we go, this whole area is going to be the cape, you know? Here we go, his cape goes
all the way over here. – [Devan] That’s an
expansive cape, Collins. – It is absolutely an expansive
cape for an expansive man. You know what, if we’re doing the cape, we’re doing the cape, man. The cape comes all the way down here, and this Shazam takes up the whole thing, because Shazam is a big man. (Devan yells) – Ya bump. – I’m sorry.
– Ya bump! – I’m sorry, yours is
looking so cool, man, wow. You look over here, it
kinda looks like a frog. – [Devan] All right, just doing the other side of his chest now. – Now it’s time to fill in
his suit, so here we go, we got the red goin’
in, and this should be the finishing touch for him. My pancake is done, now gotta let it roast as Devan meticulously finishes up his. – [Devan] Now I’m adding the
shadow under the armpits. – Man, you are really
into his armpits, man. (peppy ukulele music) Gonna begin lifting it off the griddle and man, I’m actually
shocked it’s staying together and not breaking at all.
– Whoa! Now it’s time to fill it in, – [Collins] Even the way
you fill in the color is super detail-oriented, man. Like starting from the outside
and then working your way in. – [Devan] All right, fill
in his forehead next. – [Collins] He looks really funny with his ears and forehead
filled in right now. Like, this kind of like
weirdly popped out in 3D. Wait, so at what point do you put a whole bunch of color on it at once? – [Devan] You gotta put
the small stuff down first, and then fill it in with the large stuff, so red is last.
– Okay. What other advice do you have on pancake art making, Devan? – Don’t take it too seriously, because you’ll eat it at the end. All right, filling in his shirt. – [Collins] That doesn’t
look like a shirt. That looks way more than a shirt, man. – Um, spandex! – I think this may be your
best pancake ever, right now. – [Devan] His shoulder came up a bit, so I’m just pressing it down a little bit into the batter, and, done. – Here we go, we’re just gonna give it a flip, you ready? Three, two, one.
– Three, two, one. Oh, oh, oh!
– Oh, oh, oh whoa whoa whoa! Dude! All right, here we go, gonna
flip it around a little bit. – [Devan] Wow. – And then we’re gonna lay it back down like this, boom, there we go. – Three, two, one. Oh!
– Oh my gosh! That’s crazy, bro! The detail is so good. Look at those armpits! You get to comment down below, who won this round? You challenged us to make
Patrick Star from SpongeBob, so right now, let’s go. – Whoa, it’s like a boat. Those are big pants. – Get this one other leaf over here. – [Devan] My Patrick is
coming along pretty good. – Yeah, yours is actually
looking really good. Next up, I’m going expert mode. – Aye-aye-aye. – (laughing) So sorry. I’m going to do his eyes next, but here we go, we’re gonna
do one eye right here, then we’re gonna do
another eye right here, I see how Devan conjoined the eyes, so we’re gonna give him some (gasps) some green eyes to really
match his green pants. I’m just gonna finish up
filling in his eyes, right now. Now I just have to figure out how to fit the rest of the body into this. Here we go, we’re gonna go for the mouth. Yeah, huh. – [Devan] My Patrick is
comin’ along pretty good. – [Collins] Yeah, yours is
actually looking really good. – [Devan] Just puttin’ on
some pants, there we go. – I’m gonna go for a darker red for the inside of the mouth, and then of course for the tongue, I’m gonna go for an orange. Mine’s more lookin’ like a
teapot than Patrick, dude. Next up, we gotta give Patrick
his little eyebrows up here, so there we go, eyebrow number one. Eyebrow number two, wanna give
him a little bit of fashion, so we’ll give him a squiggly eyebrow. – [Devan] Nice. – That way you never know exactly what emotion he’s experiencing. Now the easy part, time
to fill in the body. So we’re gonna start
with the legs over here, so give him nice little
leg, just goes like this. This little leg over here,
let’s give him a little leg. Really gotta nail this here,
so we’re gonna go here, arm. Don’t happen to have
room for the little thing on the top of his head,
the starfish thing, and then we go out like that. (laughs) he looks more like an elephant
than anything else right now. Like he has a long trunk over here, and a huge ear over
here, but you know what? We’re going with it. I don’t wanna miss out on any details that could cost me the win
on this one, so here we go. Now we’re gonna fill it in with the pink. (peppy ukulele music) The issue for mine is I kind of missed out on the key star pattern for Patrick, but we’re gonna flip it and
just see how it goes (laughing). – [Devan] It actually kind
of looks like SpongeBob. – I mean, you are kinda right. The only thing mine has in common with Patrick Star is the colors. Other than that, it’s a
completely different piece of art. – [Devan] All right,
time to fill in the body. – [Collins] Why does he
have an orange outline, but a pink body? – What? ‘Cause that’s how Patrick Star is. – Oh, yeah. Yeah, so no, I didn’t
do that on mine, Devan. I just went a little bit
more, you know, artistic. Freehanded it, you know? – But you got everything
else, though, so you’re good. – Yeah, everything else. Why are you waiting to do the eyes last? – [Devan] They are white,
and they get burned. And, done. – 24 hours later. Yo, all right, this is comin’ up. – You’re gonna need two spatulas, dude. – Yo, I need two spatulas, so here we go, just gonna get this one
underneath over here. Uh, oh, you’re okay.
– Oh, let’s take that back. Let’s take that back a second. – I don’t think it’s cooked enough. Gotta turn it up again
and let’s roast it again. – Additional five minutes later. – Yo, dude, it’s fully cooked! Oh, perfect.
– Wow, oh man. – All right, here we go. Three, two, one.
– Three, two, one. (record scratches) – Hm, how do I wanna do this? Uh. – Now is not the time to decide! – If I let go of this spatula, And then…
– No, this is not a good idea. How are you flipping it?
– Three, two, What, like this. – What? That did not happen. – There we go, bro,
(triumphant music) there we go. It lost all color. – Yeah. – You know what, bro? Not too bad, for, at all. That’s great.
(ding) Let’s flips yours, let’s see how yours… – Okay, I need the other spatula. Three, two, one, oh– – We’re doing the five seconds
to subscribe challenge. We wanna see if you can
subscribe to this channel, and turn on the channel post notifications in five seconds, you ready? Here we go. Five, four, three,
– Five, four, three, two, one, done.
– Two, one, done. If you can do that, comment down below. Keyper Squad, right now. – [Devan] Ready, set, go! Oh!
– Oh, yo dude! That looks so crazy! You get to comment down below. Let us know who won this round, and we’re on to the next one. You challenged us to
make Dumbo, so let’s go. I’m gonna start with his most
iconic feature, the eyebrows. – What? Those are big eyebrows. (Collins laughs) How big is his face?
– Yeah, here we go. – All right, well, I’m
starting with the hat. (peppy ukulele music) – This is gonna be an inverted Dumbo, so he’s gonna have
little tiny little ears, like that.
– What? – Here we go, and then another little tiny little ear over here, boom, just like that.
– Is that even like, technically Dumbo, though? All right, and the hat is done. – [Collins] Top of his head. – [Devan] And he’s got
two little hairs, too. – The two hairs are very important. – It’s all that’s keeping him together. – Dumbo’s got some beautiful blue eyes, so next up, we got the blue here. Wait, this is alternate universe Dumbo, so, we’re gonna have him get red eyes. I hope Dumbo doesn’t end
up being too scary, man, ’cause, hoo, he’s looking like he has an eye infection right now. – He’s gotta get that checked out. All right, and the hat
is done, now it’s time for the top of the head. – Gonna add the outline of his head here, so, bloop, and like this,
and get the trunk over there. All right, now we gotta give Dumbo his little hat over here,
so a little hat, like that. Just add some pink in here, to the ears. They look like those iconic Dumbo ears. And by iconic, I mean, slightly different. Oh man, I almost forgot about his mouth. We gotta get his mouth in here, so we’re gonna go, yeah, like, uh-oh. Uh-oh, Dumbo doesn’t
look too happy right now. All right, let’s see
here, we’re gonna give him a little tongue, so he can
be a happy little dude. He can be like, “Yeah, what’s up? “This is my tongue.” The last element I’m gonna
be adding is the frills, so here we go, frilly, frilly frills. I mean, it’s something, you can’t deny, that is something, rather than nothing. – All right, just finishing up the trunk. Okay, got it, yup, yup. Just checking in with myself, it works. I’m actually gonna fill
in some of the hat, just like you, Collins. – I actually haven’t filled
in my hat yet, Devan, so I don’t know what you’re talking about. He’s looking more like a sad clown than anything else right now, man. – [Devan] All right, filling
in his little tongue, very cute little tongue. – Man, that’s actually really adorable. You know what, he needs
two nostrils, yeah! Three nostrils! – Whoa. – That’s a ton of air intake! – A little excessive. I mean, how much do you need to smell? – It’s not about smelling, it’s about sucking up waters, and shooting it out. – Oh. – All right, gonna give
him a little purple hat, ’cause this boy is royalty. See, I’m really gonna
try these details here. It’s like, Devan does
details around the mouth, like, maybe like that’ll help, like this little line over there. (Collins chuckles mischievously) Now it looks like he has pudgy cheeks. Okay, maybe not that,
let’s try some other lines. – [Devan] How ’bout some
eyelashes, that’s what I’m doing. He looks like a worried Dumbo right now. – Oh my gosh, yeah, he
does look worried, man. All right, we’re gonna start filling in his trunk over here. Now I’m gonna start adding a lot more, and kind of letting it overflow, letting it all fill up
the cracks and crevices. Boom! It is done! Dumbo, in all of his
magnificence, (chuckling) and his tiny little ears. All right, just gonna let mine roast, and, oh man, that’s looking really good. – [Devan] All right, time
to fill in his ear flaps. Filling in his second ear right now. – It’s crazy how yours goes from just a whole bunch of outlines to super vibrant the moment all the color starts adding in. It’s like the whole
image just comes to life. (peppy ukulele music) Nice, all right, now we
gotta let these roast. We’ll be flipping ’em and
see how they turned out. All right, time to get
this thing off my griddle, so here we go, gonna get the ear first, and oh boy, you know what, maybe, oops! – I have faith in you, Collins. I think you’ll be able to do it. – I don’t. Three, two, one.
– Yeah, two, one. (Collins screaming in excitement) That is clean in there. – Yeah, this is a great Dumbo, man. – [Devan] Oh, I forgot to Pam it again! Ready? Set, go! Oh, dude!
– Oh, my gosh! You get to comment down below. Who made a better Dumbo pancake? You challenged us to
make a Superman pancake, so right now, let’s go. I’m gonna kick it off with Superman’s iconic logo, the diamond. Looks almost more like a
question mark than an S. – [Devan] And look at this. – [Collins] Wait, does he
have, like, little wings coming out of his shoulder? – [Devan] I guess you
could say that, I mean, it’s his cape, so, yeah. – Oh, gotcha. All right, here we go,
gonna be filling in the S. Time to give him a head. Now the head is the most
important part of Superman, so really gotta get
this right, here we go. Yeah, that seems pretty
proportional to me. Okay, perfect. – [Devan] All right,
just working on the S. The tricky part is doing this backwards. Or I guess inverted. – [Collins] Next up, we’re
gonna give him some blue eyes. We’re gonna add some blue into here. – [Devan] I think I made his
waist a little too narrow, so I gotta broaden this out a little bit. – Okay, Devan, that is
unrealistic standards right there, he does not have that thin of a waist. He’s gonna have a very
angry unibrow, boom. – I this him in disguise, Collins? – No, oh, that’s such a good idea! – I think that’s what it is. – [Collins] I’ll put some
glasses on him, like this, bam! – Wait, where did Superman go, dude? – [Collins] He’s fully gone. – [Devan] I think I’m
almost done, actually. I think I just gotta add
his cape in the back here. – Wait, you’re almost done? Dude, I’m like just,
– Yeah, dude, I’m almost done. Okay, I gotta go a lot faster, right now. I gotta give him some hair and neck, so here we go, just gonna give
him some good lookin’ hair. – [Devan] You know what, I
don’t wanna do a big cape. – [Collins] All right, now, gotta give him a little swirl curl on his forehead here. – [Devan] All right, it’s time
to add in the colors here. I’m gonna start with the yellow. – My Superman is gonna have some freckles, because, you know, you really gotta, he’s gonna be in disguise. And now we’re gonna fill in the neck. – [Devan] I’m gonna turn my griddle off, so nothing raises up. – Thing is, Superman
doesn’t shave very often, so he’s got a little bit of weird stubble goin’ on right now. Yeah, Superman’s got some crazy hair. – Oh, dude! – I’m sorry, I’m sorry. – Dude, that was a massive bump! – I’m sorry, I accidentally
got too excited. The thing is, Devan, does
your guy even have abs? I don’t think he does. – Uh, he has the implied abs, Collins. – The what? How does– – He’s wearing a shirt,
so you’re not gonna see the full definition in his abs. – But technically, we
all have implied abs. – [Devan] All right, adding in the shadow on the side of his face. – Here we go, gonna fill
in all the abs first, and we’re gonna get this over here. All right, here we go,
next up we got the cape, so here we’re just gonna allow this cape to go back like this,
just flows over his beard. (peppy ukulele music) last up, just gotta fill
up his face right now, so this is really where I think you get to highlight all the freckles,
all the beauteous, uh, beauty in his face. – [Devan] Now it’s time to
fill in the rest of the blue. (peppy ukulele music) all right, doing the last
bit on his face here. – I wanna give him laser eyes. Boom, and it’s done. Now it’s gotta turn up, and let it roast. All right, mine is fully cooked right now, and here we go with the flip. Three, two, one.
– Two, one. Oh, nicely done!
– Oh, dude I nailed that, bro. Look at it! So, right now, let’s see
how yours turned out. – All right, ready, set, go! Oh, dude!
– Oh my gosh! That looks so good, bro! You get to comment down below. Who made a better Superman? And we’re on to the next one. You challenged up to make Captain Marvel from her new movie, and
right now, let’s go. Per usual, I’m gonna start
off with her head, oops. – Oops? It looks more like that
meme dude, who’s like ahhh. We’re gonna go with it though. – [Devan] Man, it is so hard to do detail with pancake batter, bro. – So I think it goes
up, then there’s, like, a little thingie there. (Collins chuckles) It looks like a rubber ducky. (squeaking) Oh my gosh! (laughing) All right, we’re gonna
give her some blue eyes. Now we’re gonna fill this in with red, and give her some beautiful lips. Next up is very important, her hair. She’s got nice blond hair. To be honest, I am pretty worried about how this is gonna turn out. – She’s goin’ bald. (peppy ukulele music) – Long hair, long beautiful
hair, lotta curls on it. She curls her hair regularly. That is gonna be very beautiful,
but very difficult to flip. I gotta try and fix this. My solution is more hair. – What? – [Collins] It needs more hair. – [Devan] Yeah, I think it does, actually. – She’s got one marvelous hair. I do wanna fill in just a little bit more on the eyebrow right here. Oh, no, it’s Hoot-dini!
– What? Seriously, again? – Oh my gosh, all right, well, time to spin for our wild cards. – All right. – And again, I really hope it’s good. Here we go, three, two, one. (wheels clicking) All right, let’s see what this one is. (Devan groaning) Wasabi? – Oh, you have to add wasabi to it! – Oh, man! – Well, mine I have to wear boxing gloves. Let’s do this. – Dude, I dunno where I’m gonna add this. – [Collins] Pick up my
yellow now, here we go. Oh, I’m actually pretty good at this. – All right, it’s all mixed
up, and it’s expanding now, because I mixed it, man. – All right, I gotta grab my next color. Oh, uncontrollable.
– Oh, boy. – Okay, let’s see, oh. Tip it over, and there we go. This is workin’ great. Uh-oh, gotta be very careful
not to break the hair. Oh, I just had an idea. What if I channeled
Captain Marvel’s powers? All right, here we go, three, two, one. (zapping and whooshing) Whoa, this is so cool! – What? – Oh my gosh, I love this! Hey Devan, fist bump! – Wow, whoa, hey, I’m not doing that. It’s glowing. – Yeah, that’s the whole
point, is a glowing glove. Three. – Okay. – Go for it man, two. – Okay. – Here we go, one. (power surging)
(Devan yelling) These are awesome! All right, now I gotta
grab the blue, there we go, now I gotta, (yells) It spouted upwards. Just down the middle like that. – I love just checking in once in awhile, to see what you’re up to. – I’m always up to something. (peppy ukulele music) – All right, the outline is done, and now it’s time to color it in. I’m going in for the hair, and I’m using the wasabi now. (whimpering) Look at this, dude, this
does not mix around at all. – All right, here we go,
it’s time for the flip. You ready, Devan? Three, two, one. No, oh, oh!
– Oh! – Oh, it’s great. – [Devan] You got it on mine. – I don’t have thumbs I can use. It’s so tough to work with these gloves. All right, now I just gotta
rotate her a little bit. Ta-da, mine is done, and I crushed it. Unfortunately, she lost a lot of her hair, but now she’s got a buzz
cut, so, there’s that. (peppy ukulele music) – [Devan] And done! – I can’t wait to see what this thing looks like when you flip it, though, its gonna look so cool. – Now, it’s just time to add the flames. – [Collins] Wait, wait,
wait, yours has flames? – Ah, what a bummer, I’m all
out of the wasabi yellow. I have to use more of the actual yellow. – That’s not right. – Bummer! – You should use straight
wasabi, make it a green– – No, no, too quick, I mean, uh, too late! Ha ha, ha, I’m too quick. Bro, as it’s cooking,
it’s making my eyes water because of the wasabi in there. All right, it’s ready for the flip. This is always the most stressful part. Ready, set, go! – Oh, and if you wanna win
a 15 minute video call, with Devan and I, text the
word ART to 81800, right now. So pause the video, text
the word ART to 81800, and you’ll automatically
be entered in to win. And right now, let’s see how this looks. Ready, set, go. – Oh, that looks amazing! You get to comment down below. Who made a better Captain Marvel? You challenged up to make Steve
from Minecraft, so let’s go. I think this is a deceptively
easy seeming pancake, ’cause like, it seems it’s
like a whole bunch of boxes. I know it’s gonna be
way more hard than that. – All right, hair is done. – [Collins] We’ll give him little legs that pop out over here. He’s doing a mid-air splits jump. – [Devan] Now I’m goin’
for the side of the face. – Next up, gotta give
this dude a little bit of chest hair right there, just like that. He’s got this little patch of chest hair that’s just popping out, you know? Just bursting through his shirt. And I’m gonna fill in his shirt next. Bohh-hoo! I’m gonna give him a cool shirt design. And if I could just grab, I
think this is what I need. Nope, nevermind.
– What? Don’t you have it on your side? – Uh, yeah, oh, I guess I do, yup. Make him fancy, you know, so here we go. Just gonna give him
little buttons, like this. Here we go, button. – [Devan] And mouth is
done, now on to the eyes. – Yours, actually, yeah, yours is looking really good right now. Just like that, now we’re gonna give him a little bit of like a shirt collar. Little pointy bit, and
the up like that, boom. Man, you know what, I’m taking
some creative liberties, but I think it’s really paying
off with my guy right now. My guy’s gonna have a dragon on his shirt. – Wait… – So we’re gonna give
him some yellow flames that he’s spittin’ out over
here, he’s like “rawr.” Next up, we’re gonna
give him some red shoes. ‘Cause you know, why not? Fashion is Steve’s passion. (peppy ukulele music) All right, cool, so the
dragon on the shirt is done. You know, He’s feeling really manly. He’s got the chest hair, he’s
got a dragon on his shirt. Steve’s having a great day. – [Devan] Just doing his sleeve right now. And now I have to move on to,
I think, the side of his arm. – All right, giving him
some light blue legs, which doesn’t necessarily make sense, but we’re just gonna go for it. – Kinda like playing Tetris. Hey, I just realized, he has
the same shirt as you, bro. – Oh! Wait, did you give him a dragon? – What? No, no, no, he’s got a blue shirt on. – I was about to say, I’m like, you can’t just give your guy a dragon. – [Devan] This one’s actually
surprisingly difficult, ’cause there’s so many straight lines, and pancake batter does
not work in straight lines. Now I’m gettin’ the top of his jeans. – Uh-oh.
– What? What, what, what?
(Collins screams) – Wait, wait, wait, that’s really good. – That’s a square eye. All right, time to get
his second arm in there, just like that. – Oh, man, I’ve, like, discovered some hidden talents all of the sudden. Man, look at those two eyes. This is on another level. Ooh!
– Ooh, gotta alter the arm a little bit here. Gonna move it around. Ooh, this is tough. Oh, yup.
– There we go. Next up, got a bit of a square nose. Yeah, it started to fall apart. I really thought I had it, for a second. Now it’s kind of falling apart, now. – [Devan] Oh, I almost
broke his arm off, dude. Okay, wait, I’m gonna glue
it back together, now. That was a fast one,
– Oh, man, you’re even playing with perspective. You got one arm swinging back, one arm swinging forward right now. – I know, I don’t think
it’d really translate, but look at his leg, man,
it’s going, like, way back. – All right, now I’m gonna
fill in his face right here, and I’m almost done with Steve, man. Minecraft is definitely my round. All right, mine’s done, but I’m gonna add an extra element to it, Devan, so you’ve gotta try to guess what this is. – [Devan] Just removing a foot real quick. Now I gotta add the shadow on the leg. There’s the heel of his foot. – If you had to guess
what I’m making right now, what would you guess this is. – Oh, wai, oop, I need that. – I was just using it. – [Devan] A J? – [Collins] Nope. – A pogo sticking person? A J with some blue on it? A bluejay! – I can see where you’re
going, but no, not really. Here we go.
– A red and bluejay? – It’s gonna go like this. – Dude, I don’t know, man. – It’s the Tik Tok logo, Devan. – [Devan] Huh? Steve is Tik Tok famous. – [Devan] All right,
well my pancake is done. – I think it’s time to flip mine, and he looks like he’s in,
like, a onesie right now. Like, he’s about to go to bed. Yup.
– Did you put Pam down, bro? – I didn’t, I never do. Gonna start over here again.
(Devan groaning) Start with the head a little bit. He’s a bit of an acrobat,
so being in the air should be usual for him. Three, two, one.
– Three, two, one. (record scratches) – Oh, his arm stuck! – You didn’t commit! – Oh, oh no! – [Devan] You didn’t commit! – Oh no, he’s stuck! Okay, this is my greatest work yet, dude. And now, time to see how yours turned out. – All right, dude, he comes up so easily. – Oh my gosh, yeah, yours came right off. Even with no Pam and everything. – [Devan] Three, two, one– – We want a three second like challenge. We wanna see if you can like this video in three seconds, you ready? Here we go Three, two, one, done.
– Three, two, one, done. Ready, set, go! Oh!
– Oh, that looks so good! You get to comment down below,
who made a better Steve? You challenged us to make
the Genie from Aladdin. – [Devan] I’m starting with one eyebrow. – See, I’m gonna make the Genie lamp, as well as the Genie. So now I’m just gonna fill
in the genie lamp here, so we’re gonna add some yellow to it. The only issue is with how
I placed the Genie bottle, it makes it kind of difficult
to get the Genie out, so I’m gonna have to do a
little bit of wind around work. Now for this next part,
I need some very special pancake batter, so, here we go, ta-da! – Wow. – All right. (yelling) – Whoa, man! – The big thing about the Genie is he has a huge smile. Gotta give him some
stubble, or some beard. This is the Genie after
he’s freshly been shaved. (peppy ukulele music) Now it’s time to fill in his teeth, so gotta get those nice
pearly whites, right now. No, its Hoot-dini!
– What, oh! – Come on, I need to
like, finish this more. – All done with the teeth, man. – Well I guess we gotta
spin for the wild card, so here we go, are you ready? Three, two, one.
– Three, two, one. (wheels clicking) – Let’s see, I got red. – No, tiny hands, bro! – Yes, dude, you got tiny hands! That’s one of my favorite things on here. – No, what! – [Collins] Egg on spoon. – I don’t know how I’m gonna
squeeze the bottle, man. (Collin mumbles) Oh, oh, I forgot to turn on the pan. I won’t make you–
(dramatic music) Whoa. – Here’s the thing, I’m gonna
make a creative decision and turn my grill on, and
give my guy a yellow tooth. (Devan groaning) – It’s so hard to grip. Gotta shake it up, now, oh, man, that was like a trick. – Here we go guys, arm
number one, perfect. All right, we got arm number two. – [Devan] This takes
tremendous grip strength. – Yeah, this takes tremendous
grip strength, bite strength. Gonna fill in his body like this. – Hand cramp, hand cramp! – I got a jaw cramp right now, man. Okay, its time for the flip. (laughing) Here we go, I just have to balance my egg, and do a very complex flipping motion. Three, two, one. – [Devan] Oh. Oh, you got it.
– Oh, I did it! All right, that’s perfect, we got, Oh no!
– Oh! – You know what, that’s
actually kind of perfect, we’ll make a little,
– Yeah, whoa, whoa, whoa. Move your pancake,
– egg dish right now, in the midst of all this.
– move your pancake. Let me help, let me help.
– It’s actually kind of perfect, there we go.
– Let me help, there you go. – [Collins] Boom. – Collins, do you have any napkins? I need to wipe up. – [Collins] Yup, got a
little napkin for you. – [Devan] Oh, thank you so much. – [Collins] Yup, there you go if you wanna clean off your hands. – Okay, yup. Now it’s time to fill it in with the blue. Oh, I can’t believe
I’ve gripped it so far! – How have you done that, bro? You have, like, Spider-Man
hands right now. – I don’t know. Press down with both hands, like CPR. – That’s actually really smart, man. Oh, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! – Hi-yah! Hi-yah! – [Collins] Be careful, man. (Devan grunting) – [Devan] Now I’ve gotta rotate it around. Oh, if I just tip it, I’m good. – Oh, I just had an idea. What if I add pancake batter to the egg? Oh, this is gonna work, have to inject it into the yolk.
– Dude, wait, what? Dude, are you seeing this? – No, are you seeing this? – No, are you seeing this. – [Collins] No Devan, are you seeing this? – Collins, I’m doing the fly-over, bro. Oh, no. – Uh-oh. – I can’t put any pressure on it. – I’ll help you a little
bit with the pressure. – Oh, oh whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, Oh, man!
– Oh, no! Let’s do this. You have to have a successful flip, so for now, you can
take off your tiny hands to get the flip right. – Seriously? Oh my goodness.
– Yes, I will make one allowance, yes. – Thank you so much. – You are so welcome. You are welcome.
– Thank you, I really appreciate it. Thank you so much, it means
a lot, man, thank you. – So let’s get those hands off. – Oh, it feels good to have my hands back. Ready, set, go. Oh, oh!
– Oh, that looks so good! You crushed it, bro! You get to comment down below. Who won this round? And right now, it’s on to the next one. All right, it’s time to eat the pancakes, but, there’s actually a
mystery wheel twist to this. Basically, we can only eat one pancake. And the mystery wheel gets to
choose which pancake that is. – Now I have to say, all
of mine look really tasty, except Captain Marvel. – What’s wrong with her? – I mean, she has wasabi in her hair, bro. – Oh, dude, I forgot about that. Three, two, one.
– Three, two, one. (wheels clicking) Come on, please not the wasabi! Anything but the wasabi, come on! – And as long as mine is not burnt, I will be very happy. I’ve got very low standards on this. – Yes, I got Spider-Man, bro! – You got Spider-man? Yo, congratulations, bro.
– Yes, I did, check it out. – I’m happy for you. – Oh, thank you, bro. Dude, what did you get? – All right, well, let’s see, we got… Oh!
– Oh! Does that mean what I think it means? – All right, that’s kind of cool. Brother picks my pancake, so I guess– – Yes! – Devan, you choose one of my pancakes. – What?
(record scratches) No, no, no, no, no. I’m choosing this one, bro. – But it says brother
picks one of my pancakes. – No, it just says brother picks pancake. Wasabi for you. – No, I don’t wanna eat
the wasabi hair, bro. – Yes, here we go, time
to eat Spider-Man, three, – Dude, his neck’s about to fall off. Two, one. Mmm!
– Oh! I’m trying to put together a palate, it starts with the base face, and then we go with the middle hair, – [Devan] So it’s a
Captain Marvel sandwich. – All right, here we go, three, two, one. Oh, oh man, oh man!
– Oh, ugh, that’s gotta be a terrible combo. (Collins groans) Is that really bad? – Yeah, it’s the worst
pancake I’ve ever had! It like burns in my nose. – Oh no! – Oh man! – That’s gotta be a terrible combo. (Collins groans) (ding)
(Collins gasps) – Dude! When I flip this over, he’s gonna have, like, a metal tooth, and
it’s gonna give him style, and flair, and (air whooshing) dental work. All right, I’m gonna
give him a brown mouth, ’cause he’s been eatin’ some dirt. I’m sure that, like, elephants
might be able to ingest dirt. It’s like, a lot of the food
they eat is on the ground, which has a lot of dirt. – [Devan] Right. – So, like, they probably know how to convert dirt into energy. Comment down below. Who is your favorite character you would love to see a pancake of it. Right now, you have five
seconds to click over here. Here we go, five, four, three, two, one.
– Five, four, three, two, one. Done!
– Done! Love you, bye!
– Love you, bye!

How To Make A Carrot Leaf – Vegetable Carving Art

How To Make A Carrot Leaf – Vegetable Carving Art


How To Make A Carrot Leaf — Vegetable Carving
Art Welcome back to another cooking video, I’m
Chef Devaux and I’m going to teach you guys how to make this beautiful little carrot garnish.
It’s a leaf carved out of carrot, it takes quite a little bit of effort to make but it
looks just stunning, whether you fill this next to your sushi as garnish or whether you
just chuck this into a salad and surprise your guests with miniature carved leaves out
of carrots, or just add them with your steak and chip dinner. These will just elevate your
cooking to a different level, so let’s get straight into making these.
Let’s go. Alright so you begin by taking you carrot and just cutting a nice block of it.
Alright, so you start with a carrot block about 5cm long, and you want to cut just outside
of the core, so just outside of this ring that divides the core from the outer layer
of the carrot, and you do this so you get a nice smooth surface. You see, like this,
it’s nice and smooth. If I was to cut in between the core you get lines and dividers and then
that will show up on your leaf, you don’t want that.
Now you want to cut a block about 1cm thick, that’s 2/5th of an inch, and then you want
to cut this specific pattern, and it looks a little like a gold fish pattern. Pretty
basic, but it’s the beginnings of a leaf. So there you go, now all these little extra
pieces of carrot, don’t worry you can use them inside a sauce recipe, for example a
carrot sauce that I made before, a video link just appeared on the top left corner of the
screen. Alright, now to carve the leaf what you want
to do is just carve a line through the middle at a slight curve and this will be the vein
of the leaf. You do this by first cutting one straight cut into it and then another
cut at 45° angle which will join into it, and basically you just pull it out.
Now, to carve a sort of zigzag pattern, what you do is you press in your knife and then
you pull out and then you move it forward at a 45° angle you join to the other cut
you just made, and then where the second cut started you push down again and then you move
out and do another 45° angle cut and going it together. And then you just keep doing
the same pattern until you’ve covered the entire leaf.
Once you’ve cut this zigzag pattern what you want to do now is lay it down a cutting board
and you just want to join up the top end of your zigzags with the central vein you cut
out a second ago. Once you’ve connected that you want to do some very precise cuts going
at about 40° angle down and joining up to the cut you just made, it will make it look
more 3D. Once you’ve carved about the 45° to 30°
angle slices that make the leaf look more three-dimensional you’re basically done, now
you have the option of doing the leaf on the other side, the same pattern, but really because
I lay it down flat on a plate most of the time, I don’t bother doing the other side
of the carrot. But you can do that and then you could use it in say salad or something
where you have them and toss them inside something, then you can see both sides of the leaf, which
would be awesome. Alright so now you’ve finished carving your
carrots into beautiful little leaf patterns, you should cook them a little bit so they
are a little bit more tender and more edible, and obviously add a little bit of flavor.
So what I like to do is just add them to some Dashi Stock. The Dashi Stock is a great way
to add flavor to these carrots for any seafood dish like sushi or fish or any kind of fish
dish, but if you want to use them for poultry or steak you can just use chicken stock or
beef stock instead. I hope you all enjoyed this video, how to
make these beautiful little carrot leafs and I urge you all to give this a try at home,
even if it’s just with your standard every day roast chicken or steak and chips, add
these carrots as boiled carrots instead of the normal boiled carrots, or you could add
these inside of pea soup. Imagine the bright green color of the pea soup with these carrot
leaf islands, just the contrasting colors between the bright green and the bright orange
will blow your mind alone. So give that a try, that’s an awesome idea.
Now, if you guys want to see more videos related to this one, for example the leafs made out
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Top 15 Craziest Prison Moments Caught on Camera

Top 15 Craziest Prison Moments Caught on Camera


Number 15. The Swarm: Guards always have to keep their
eyes open, as they are usually outnumbered in their unit by inmates. Without warning, a situation can erupt, forcing
an officer to fight for his or her life as they wait for help to arrive. CCTV at Pinal County Jail showed an officer
enter the indoor rec yard, when two prisoners run around the corner and begin beating him
seemingly unprovoked. Luckily, a second guard quickly rushed to
the scene and subdued the men with pepper spray, helping the other officer wrestle the
two inmates to the ground before any serious harm could be done. In Cook County, Illinois, another officer
had to use force to subdue an inmate viciously attacking him, but managed to get a security
door open and into the vicinity of fellow guards, easily subduing the inmate. Mobile Jail in Alabama captured a horrifying
moment when an inmate forced his way into a guard’s office and attacked the officer
inside. The reinforcing officer struggled getting
the door open and aiding his coworker, but the inmate continued to put up a fight before
being restrained. The number of inmate on guard attacks is endless,
and with a prison system where the rules of the prison don’t match the rules of the inmate,
there is likely to be continued clashes for the foreseeable future. Number 14. Leap to Escape: When people are in a tight
spot, they sometimes take desperate measures to escape. Inmate Kenneth Williams at Turner Guilford
Knight Correctional Center in Florida was surprised when the cell doors suddenly opened,
and he walked out to investigate. Two other inmates snuck out and stalked him,
cornering Williams in a nearby hallway. After a brief exchange of words, it became
clear these two inmates were out to get him, and he made a run for it. After seeing he was again cornered, outnumbered,
and running out of options, he leapt over the railing and onto the floor below. The would-be attackers watched and looked
over the railing in shock, seemingly unsure if what they just saw actually transpired. There is speculation a guard or several guards
were in on the attack plot, since the two attackers appeared to know the doors would
open and they sprung into action. The motive behind Williams attempted assault
is believed to be gang-related, as Williams is the suspected leader of the New Moneii
gang. Williams suffered from a fractured vertebrae
and broken ankle, but survived his plunge. An investigation is ongoing as to the cause
of the prison doors opening, but it is unsure if this will ever be revealed. Number 13. Andarius’s [Anne-dar-e-us] Taste of Prison
Life: Beyond Scared Straight was a show on A&E from 2011 until 2015. The show followed teens going through programs
meant to have them experience prison life in order to steer them away from their criminal
behaviour. One clip that has gained widespread popularity
is that of Andarius, a young, self-proclaimed member of the Bloods gang. During his prison visit, he was introduced
to locked up members of the rival Crips, who showed them their full anger towards his claimed
gang. A prisoner forced him to do push ups, while
an officer shouted conflicting orders at him. At another point, Andarius was hoisted outside
a prison cell, where prisoners inside shouted at him and tried to grab him from under the
door. He began crying and recanting his claims as
a Blood, apologizing for what is known as “claiming.” The prisoners then forced Andarius to peel
an orange, threatening him if he didn’t do so. By the end, Andarius was in tears, and had
been shown the scaled back version of prison life. This episode helped cause controversy with
the prison tour programs, with people calling them inhumane. However, supporters have stated no children
are actually harmed and are simply being given a taste of prison life, not a full scale version
of the experience. Number 12. Deputy Moon: Prison guards work in a stressful
environment. In many prisons, guards are outnumbered by
prisoners, and rely on their equipment to regain control of situations. However, many guards have also used their
attitude towards the prisoners to gain a mutual respect between each other. This is what saved the life of Florida guard
Kenneth Moon in November 2009. While on duty in one of the blocks, a prisoner
walked behind Moon’s desk and began violently assaulting him. The prisoner got Moon into a choke hold, cutting
off the guard’s oxygen and sending the situation into critical. Several prisoners rushed to the desk, and
it appeared Moon’s ordeal was about to get worse. Suddenly, the first prisoner to arrive flew
a hard punch into the attacker’s face, sending all three men to the floor. More prisoners arrived and began prying the
attacker’s arms off of Moon, while another called for help over the radio. Eventually, Moon was released and helped back
to his feet, while prisoners subdued the attacker until help arrived. The entire attack was captured on CCTV, and
other guards were amazed at how quick the prisoners saved Moon’s life. When asked why they ran to helped, they simply
replied “Moon’s a good guy.” Moon had a reputation as being cordial with
the prisoners, treating them with respect and in turn gained Moon respect amongst the
prisoners. It was because of this, several men convicted
of charges from robbery to kidnapping charged in to save Deputy Moon’s life. Number 11. John Geoghan: The Catholic Church has been
under a lot of controversy over sexual abuse perpetrated by priests and bishops, as well
as the church attempting to cover up the assaults. John Geoghan was one such priest who was accused
of sexually assaulting over 130 boys in six different parishes around Boston. Investigators also found significant evidence
of a cover up conducted by high ranking church officials, who actively moved him from parish
to parish in order to derail the investigation. In January 2002, he was found guilty of assault
and battery for grabbing a 10 year old’s bum in 1991. He was sentenced to nine years at the Souza-Baranowski
Correctional Center. While in protective custody, fellow inmate
Joseph Druce managed to get inside Georghan’s cell, rig the door shut and proceed to murder
the former priest. CCTV shows guards attempting in vain to enter
the cell and save Georghan’s life, but by the time the doors were opened, Georghan had
perised, having been strangled and severely beaten. Druce claimed he had been planning Georghan’s
murder for over a month, considering him a prize. Already serving a life sentence, Druce was
tried and sentenced to a second life sentence, though has reportedly shown no remorse for
his actions. Georghan’s story of sexual abuse inspired
Canadian rock group Billy Talent to write their hit Devil in a Midnight Mass in 2006. Number 10. Mexico Prison Shooting: Sometimes, external
forces can lead to dangerous situations in prisons. Cuidad Juarez, one of the world’s most dangerous
cities, is still engulfed in the Mexican Drug War, with many cartel members ending up locked
behind bars in the jail. In July 2011, members of a cartel armed with
automatic weapons managed to break into the jail, then shot 17 rival cartel members before
fleeing the scene. The resulting riot lasted almost a day before
law authorities regained control of the facility. The perpetrators were believed to be under
the orders of El Chapo Guzman [Gooze-man], Mexico’s most notorious cartel leader. He has been known for his use of violence
against rivals, police, government officials, journalists and anyone who gets in his way. He even ordered the massacre of a drug clinic
against those attempting to kick their drug habits. The video of Guzman’s assault on the jail
shows how out of control the drug war has gotten, with an almost anarchic atmosphere
within. Currently, Guzman is being held in a prison
near Cuidad Juarez, awaiting extradition to the United States for drug trafficking and
homicide. Number 9. Teen Assault by guard: In the fall of 2008,
15 year old Maleka Calhoun was arrested with her friend after they were pulled over in
a stolen car. Calhoun was allegedly uncooperative and vulgar
throughout the intake process, and guards were loosing patience with her. She was led to a cell and when officers asked
her to take her shoes off, she crossed her arms and lightly kicked off her shoe. Suddenly, Deputy Paul Schene lunged at her,
kicked her, throw her against a wall before throwing her to the floor. Schene and another officer then restrained
Calhoun and then led her out of the cell. Calhoun admits to arguing back and forth with
Schene, but says the shoe did not hit any of the officers, Schene claims the shoe hit
him with force, leaving a large bruise on his leg. However, surveillance footage backs up Calhoun’s
side, with the shoe shown to have not hit Schene or the other officer, and Calhoun not
kicking her shoe away with great force. Schene was charged with fourth-degree assault
and pled not-guilty in March 2009. Unfortunately for him, and fortunately for
Calhoun, the tapes of the beating appear to tell a story against his pleas. Number 8. The Kentucky Prison Fire: The last place to
be trapped in a fire is in prison. Fires in prisons are especially dangerous,
since flames can cause damage to electrical equipment, trapping prisoners in their cells
as they perish from burns or smoke inhalation. Northpoint Medium Security Prison in Kentucky
was opened in 1983 and has an estimated 1256 inmates within its walls. On the night of August 21, 2009, between 60
and 80 inmates rioted across the prison. A fire broke out as a result, with five buildings
in the facility going up in flames. Before the riot, the prison had been in lock
down after a Hispanic gang assaulted a black and a white inmate. Frustrations over the lockdown boiled over,
and prisoners took their anger out on the prison itself. Residents in the surrounding area gathered
to watch the flames extend into the sky, with the cause being initially unknown. Several small explosions were also observed,
believed to be from electrical equipment. The prison’s Emergency Response Team managed
to regain control of the prison so firefighters could begin putting out the flames. Luckily, no one was seriously hurt in the
riot and blaze, which is lucky considering the extent the flames travelled. Due to the damage, inmates were temporarily
housed in other prisons while the facility was repaired. It has since returned to full operation and
still runs as of 2016. Number 7. Darnell Smith’s Rampage: For many, romance
between prisoner and guard seems unthinkable. However, this is exactly what happened between
Darnell Smith and Trina Leja in 2001. Smith was serving a sentence in Stillwater
Prison in Minnesota. The two developed a friendship, and eventually
a romance, kept secret to protect Leja’s career. Other guards caught wind of the affair and
Leja was fired from her job. After Smith’s release, he conspired with Leja
to kill a former associate of his. On July 5, 2001, Smith and Leja murdered Bobbie
Holder, before dismembering him and disposing of the evidence. Unfortunately for Smith and Leja, investigators
quickly closed in and the two were arrested. Smith was given a life sentence and sent to
the Oak Park Heights prison. On his first week in the prison, Smith discovered
a flaw in the maximum wing of the prison; the doors separating the out area with the
cells could be easily jammed with a sheet, and so Smith sealed the gates shut and began
taking his anger out on the cells and windows. He and other inmates smashed bits of concrete
from their cells and threw them at the protective glass as officers watched on. Eventually, guards stormed in and subdued
the prisoners. In his rampage, several cells were heavily
damaged, and shockingly with only the prisoner’s bare hands. Smith continues to serve out his sentence,
and is constantly watched due to his manipulative behaviour. Number 6. Guantanamo’s Immoral Practises: Located on
the southern tip of Cuba, Guantanamo Bay is a military base, and prison facility housing
suspected terrorists. Since the prison opened, it has been the scene
of controversy for holding prisoners without fair trial and suspected torture methods used
on prisoners during interrogation. Waterboarding, or simulated drowning, is the
most well known of torture suspected to be used, but there is also reports of sensory
deprivation, and isolation. Humiliation is also widely used, including
stripping of inmates, shouting derogatory comments at them, and forcing them to perform
menial tasks. In 2012, BBC aired a documentary showcasing
the methods of torture used in a simulation, having people experience life at Guantanamo
Bay, from capture to detainment. The program offers an in depth experience
to what life is said to be like at Guantanamo, and has participants in shock at the treatment
they suffer. While it is largely scaled down due to safety
issues, it is still said to be accurate to the actual practises at Guantanamo. Clandestine footage of Guantanamo has also
captured the arrival of detainees, showing them being carried in uncomfortable fashion,
and being strip searched outside. Talks about closing Guantanamo and returning
it to Cuba has increased in recent years, but it is unknown of when that will be, and
where its prisoners will go once this is done. Number 5. The Rampage of Sabir Shabazz: Violent prisoners
will wait for the perfect moment to lash out on other inmates and staff. On January 3, 2012, a prison officer was making
rounds around his unit, when inmate Sabi Shabazz suddenly attacked him while the guard’s back
was turned. Shabazz, who was detained on child prostitution
charges, struck the officer with a metal pipe he pulled from his cell sink. Joining Shabazz was another inmate, who acted
as lookout during the assault. James Flowers, a convicted drug dealer, rushed
to the scene and pulled Shabazz from the officer, allowing him to escape and press his panic
button. Flowers continued to hold off Shabazz and
the other inmate as help was on its way. However, the situation escalated into a standoff
as Shabazz and his follower kept guards at bay on the second floor balcony, occasionally
charging guards and sending them into retreat. Eventually, guards made their own charge and
tackled the two men to the ground before finally restraining them. Flowers’ actions were praised as heroic by
the guards, community and even the district attorney. Flowers, however, cut his cooperation short
during the investigation, to avoid being labelled a snitch. He is still credited with saving the guard
from serious injury or worse. Shabazz’s motives remain unknown, and he has
been charged with assault on top of his child prostitution charges. The guard received a metal plate in his head
to repair the damage to his skull, and he has since made a full recovery. Number 4. Missouri State’s Eternal Prisoners: With the
amount of violence known to happen in prisons, it would come as no surprise the ghosts of
those who’ve died within the walls will linger long after. Missouri State Penitentiary had a long history
of violence, which continues to echo even after its closure. One particular infamous incident is when a
riot broke out, during which several inmates broke through the walls of a cell and murdered
the inmate inside. In season 8 of Ghost Adventures explored the
prison during the night, and captured several compelling pieces of evidence. Investigator Nick Groff was left alone in
the isolation unit, when he heard several bangs and people talking in the cells surrounding
him. After returning to fellow investigator, Zack
Bagins, he discussed his experience, when the two suddenly heard footsteps and a grunt
coming up from the isolation cells, where Groff had just come from. Bagins explained the amalgamation of negative
energy is what leads to prisons becoming a hot bed of paranormal activity. Luckily for the Ghost Adventures crew, they
managed to come into contact with spirits still serving an eternal sentence. Number 3. The Guard Strikes First: Sometimes, it’s not
guards having to worry about inmates. On November 25, 2014, inmate John Steckley
from Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in Philadelphia was returning to the general
population, when he began trading words and throwing insults at officer Tyrone Glover. Steckley was calm during the confrontation,
not making any physical threats towards Glover. However, without a second of warning, Glover
threw a powerful punch into Steckley’s face. The two began to struggle with each other
until Steckley was restrained by other officers. Video of the assault surfaced on City Papers
news site, and outrage sparked across the nation. Before the altercation, Steckley had his arms
at his side and made no motions towards Glover, nor did he appear to be any kind of threat
whatsoever. Glover’s motive has never been explained,
but people believe it was high stress from the job which caused him to lash out on Steckley. This hasn’t deterred critics from calling
for Glover to face assault charges. However, Steckley instead received additional
charges to the original ones, while Glover has faced no disciplinary actions. Anger increased when it was revealed Glover
was involved in a similar incident before, where again no action was taken. Whatever the real reason why Glover reacted
the way he did will never be explained, but the video will remain online to vilify him. Number 2. Comayagua Prison Farm Fire: Honduras is noted
for a high crime rate, and has several prisons filled to capacity within its borders. Comayagua Prison is one such facility located
in central Honduras. On the night of February 14, 2012, a large
fire broke out in the prison. Initially, the inmates calls for help went
ignored, with prison staff believing it to be a hoax or trap. However, as the fire spread, a guard rushed
to the cells and began letting prisoners out to escape the flames. The cause of the fire is, as of today, unknown,
and is believed to be a result of a riot or electrical failure. Inmates deny the riot allegations, with survivors
reporting a single inmate was responsible for the fire, with him shouting “We will
all die here.” The fire lit up the night sky, and several
small explosions could be heard across the area. Inmates escaped the flames through the roof,
but as many as 358 perished in the flames, either from burns or smoke inhalation. The fire has stirred controversy due to the
amount of time it took emergency responders to arrive, which was between 20 to 40 minutes. Many of the bodies were so unrecognizable,
DNA was used to identify the deceased. To this day, it is the deadliest prison fire
in world history, and it continues to be a hot topic of debate across the world. Number 1. Pelican Bay Riot: Prison can be an unpredictable
place, and tensions run high between the various gangs and even individual feuds between prisoners. Pelican Bay State Prison in California has
gained a reputation as a hard prison, as the only supermax prison in the state. Only the most hardened of California’s prisoners
end up here, including the infamous Charles Manson for a brief period in 1997. On February 23, 2000, prisoners were out in
the yard for recreation, when the prisoners suddenly began attacking each other. Within seconds, the entire yard was a full
blown riot, and multiple inmates were stabbed and severely beaten. Guards attempted to gain control of the situation
by firing tear gas and using batons to subdue inmates. One of the guards in the tower noticed several
inmates stabbing a lone inmate, crowding around him and preventing his escape. Seen with no other choice, the guard fired
live rounds into the crowd, striking one inmate in the head and dropping him. The rest of the yard heard the shots and quickly
retreated to the ground, allowing guards to regain control of the yard. The inmate was killed instantly, and fifteen
others were injured by further gunshots. Staff recovered 89 weapons in the aftermath,
and were in shock as to how quickly the situation boiled out of control. From the first fists thrown to the riot’s
end lasted 30 minutes, one of the longest and bloodiest prison riots in California’s
history. The video proves how unpredictable and chaotic
prison can be, with most incidents beginning at the drop of a hat.

Does Nail Art Prove That Anything Can Be A Canvas for Artistic Expression?

Does Nail Art Prove That Anything Can Be A Canvas for Artistic Expression?


Here’s an idea. Nail art proves
that anything can be a canvas for
artistic expression. [THEME MUSIC] I’m sorry, wait, nail art? Like on your nails, nail art? [BLEEP] yeah, nail art. Nail art ranges from, “Wow,
that probably took a while” to “Oh my god, what? On your nails? Get out of town.” If you’re like me,
you probably have some pretty standard assumptions
about painting nails. It’s a simple, delicate, and
largely feminine activity which places a premium on neatness. It’s not really
technique-intensive or thematic. In short, it’s not
art, it’s craft. And the battle between
these two ideas goes back about as far as
the idea of art itself. Nope, further. Even further. Nope, keep– keep going. Oh, no, that’s too far. Ancient Greeks used
the word techne to describe creative pursuits
which are functional. You know, things like
blacksmithing, cigar-rolling, and putting together
Swedish furniture. (WHISPERING) I hate you. Sure, they’re creative, but
they don’t express bigger ideas. And they don’t
concern themselves with things like ethics,
politics, or meaning. These more lofty
subjects are tackled by artworks which contain a
sort of poetry, or poesis, as it was called
back in the day. The point being anything not
about serious ideas is a craft. And as we all know,
painting on your nails– seriously not serious. Unless– what if the idea
expressed by the craft is the extreme
attention to detail, the devotion to technique? To be fair, isn’t nail art
taking the painting of nails well beyond any kind of
function and bringing it to a level of artistry,
and even, maybe, beauty? In a way, this makes nail
art a lot like fashion. Most clothing design has a
practical, craft-like nature. But the goal of
much high fashion is not practical at all. I would buy that. The goal is to express,
evoke, and inspire. And in doing so,
fashion can cross that techne-poesis border. This artfulness
comes when designers rethink all of the details. What if pants didn’t
have two legs? And who says hats
need to be round? And you know what? Symmetry isn’t that
cool to begin with. Fashion superhero
Karl Lagerfeld said that “Fashion doesn’t have
to prove that it’s serious. It is the proof the intelligent
frivolity can be something creative and positive.” In nail art, just like in
fashion, just like in art art, you can be your most free when
you assume zilch about your art form and allow yourself
to just go nuts. With this attitude, you begin
to see yarn as a drawing medium, chocolate as a
sculptural material, and fingernails as
teeny little canvases ready to express
those big ideas. German philosopher Martin
Heidegger describe poesis as a kind of bringing
forth, a moment where the stuff that makes up
the artwork– the metal or pixels or fingernails
or whatever– becomes more than
the sum of its parts, and you have a realization. A moment. Nail art’s strength is that
it’s an art form which exists on people, out in the world. It’s this context– crafty,
quotidian, personal– which makes it special and
more than a little surprising. Because we’re used
to seeing this. But when you see this, you’re
all like, “Er, mah, gerd.” Because that is some
poesis up in here. What do you guys think? When does craft become art? Let us know in the comments. And if you like us,
you should subscribe. And tell your mom to tell
her book club about us, and to subscribe. Please subscribe. I just flew in from VidCon,
and boy, is my sunburn tired. I had an amazing
weekend where I got to hang out with some of my
favorite people from YouTube. John and Hank Green,
Vsauce, Minute Physics, Veritasium, Destin
from Smarter Every Day, Brady from Numberphile,
Vi Hart from Khan Academy, Forest for Know Your Meme–
all people who I have huge nerd crushes on. And I also got to
meet a ton of you guys, which was so much fun. Let’s do it again sometimes. And I got to do an interview
with our PBS bros, National Film Society. We’ll put a link
in the description so you can check it out. They are very charming. There were so many opinions
about our music genres episode. Let’s see what you
guys had to say. Rookie8254 makes a
really awesome comparison between music genres and
a broken pencil eraser. It’s actually really good. I might use that. Can I use that? threenorth3 makes the point
that music genres aren’t helpful because they don’t tell you
whether or not music is good. Maybe we should just make two
music genres– good and bad. I’m sure we can all come
to an agreement about what goes where. 2bitgirly007 makes
explicit the fact that genres help people
feel comfortable. Some genres make me
feel uncomfortable. Like polka. Staticseven187 points out that
the homogenization of genres might be caused by
the homogenization of music-making tools. In some circles I
think that’s called technological
determinism, and I’m sure someone has a PhD in it. aRockandRollNerd makes a
very convincing argument for the difference
between sci-fi writing and magical realism. I am very convinced. DannoHung makes a
really interesting point that genre might just be a
lacking facility of language, and that we should come up with
better ways to describe music. I kind of agree. Really. That’s pretty smart. [MUSIC PLAYING]

GAME MASTER PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE with GRACE SHARER (CWC Project Zorgo Reveal, Mystery Spy Gadget)

GAME MASTER PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE with GRACE SHARER (CWC Project Zorgo Reveal, Mystery Spy Gadget)


you saw in the last vlog that the Game Master had a new challenge and that challenge was the Pancake Art Challenge oh no but I love pancakes
you never done the Pancake Art challenge? no okay Sharers smash the like
button for Grace’s her first time on so Grace it’s simple the rules are there
are no rules the Game Master has some special pancake art that we’re going to
be drawing and the winner of this challenge is wait what actually happens
if you win I think the winner is supposedly be able to see the game
master that’s right sure is whoever wins this pancake art challenge is going to
get to meet the game master in real life but of course it’s up to you to
come who you think the winner is so great up is that camera so long yeah red
lights still going it’s recording so sharers we know the Project Zorgo is watching so
the clues have got to be somewhere maybe they’re in the clothes pile yeah yeah
come on Sharers I searched low look through all the clothes grace what Oh
clue number one okay sure we found their first clue is that I have to draw a spy
gadget binoculars yeah okay so round one is going to be whoever you draw these
spy gadget binoculars the best because this isn’t a three marker challenge um you can
pick as many okay good shake it good and then we got it it’s gonna work cuz I’ll blend in with the trees and the
grass looking good and then for the ones is know what I’m gonna copy that picture
exactly I’m gonna do orange lens is orange for the lens I got that black
outline you have it add some more color today do some red red Avenue some like
rigid handles on this one so like maybe a little bit right here
right red red I need to add some more color to this one here this is gonna be
I think this pink is gonna turn out good but great it’s all in the flip the foot
could make it or break it uh-oh so get ready for this it’s all
about the flipster it’s all about the fire is really tough line looks really
good right now I think it’s almost ready to split I feel that
a little bit more than anything Chris you gotta have it all filled in all
about the flip share it’s all about stuff boy did you try to flip him it
will say Freddy’s demon don’t break it you gotta flip it very carefully quick
because mine’s almost ready to put – okay ready
300 you’re gonna break it great – what I love it
you gotta save it you might raise my stability because it’s all about what
turns out on the plate okay so what that’s like cook a little bit and steal
my plate matures it up to you to vote okay doctor pancake is gonna fix this
real quick out a little more blacken right there I don’t know what happened okay put on a plate Gary’s in on the
deal okay put mine on a plate down here so you can’t see it quite yet okay sure
is Gracie looks pretty good even though it kind of
got a little messed up my cooking it’s almost done
remember it’s up to you to boat smooth is the best great to eat it you can
booze oh wait you’re right I don’t know let’s see Oh with three all in one piece okay kind of put on
paper plate three to one flip it okay play grace Jews ready
okay sure this time for the final reveal of round number one to spy gadget
binoculars okay you ready ready ready what’s their
phony begin in three two okay let’s try that one more time voting begins in
three two one oh yeah oh yeah okay that was proud number one grace now
it’s time for round number two ready one two zero grace you guys step it up okay
what is round number two look in the merge step okay sir okay sir
check the blue okay it’s got to be something
check this out grace here at Cheers here it is round number two in three two one yeah okay game master mask is what we
got a draw okay I think we’re pretty good three
marker challenge so we should be pretty good yeah okay round number two let’s do
it okay don’t start you guys sprayed the pan spray it three two one give it a
little spray pancakes stick and spray my pants okay now we are officially ready
begin shake your pegs like a triangle hi there I dare big-nose calling this
okay I need the mouth of the mouth is actually just like a small little mouth
like that and then he’s got a mouth I’m into you mustache I’m gonna do the math
test in purple mustache here we go they are running out of space
YAG reduces weight to make sure that I might win this again when do pink eye
okay I’m gonna do red eyes oh it’s gonna be pink mine are going to be red red
eyes right here like that I got the notes you’ve got the
purple mustache he needs the rest chief to definitely needs the red sheet right
there so many with blue blue yes blue yeah blues such a cool color okay
yes this one looks good still in line with blue all right project zorgo or game master
masks we are getting filled in let’s do this this like the most colorful game
after you’ll ever seen oh yeah lot of color hey masters are not
only this colorful but mine is maybe it’s a good game master do the same
player marker challenge no for the three marker challenge I kept getting brown
like every round yeah so much better okay turning my feet up I’m ready to
cook this pancake and get it Flint oh yeah cream left great is this huge on
my hop go there litter here racist pancake it’s a little bit
big I hope is gonna turn out you’re having a great here out of green fill it
all in I think you filled it all in grace you
better hope that Flint I think that’s great to me okay guys I think mom’s
ready to put to the paper plate let’s do this shares okay get ready to flip this
thing finish yours cheering I think I want this round it looks so good
here use this spatula to just in case hang on
don’t put that yet Gracie ran something way bigger you’re gonna need one of
these spatulas there try this one grace this might actually work
you need the world’s biggest matchup for the world biggest pancake art yeah okay
okay play great it’s time for the plate reveal my name is your plate
okay I can see you’re gonna fit on a plate careful guys don’t ruin it don’t
ruin it careful careful careful careful the words breaks ready in three two on
the budding start now here we go colorful makes it turned out really good
oh my gosh okay and this is everything so to rates look at your not great
expression for how big it was okay round round number three what is it we gotta
look for it’s a great look for okay sir super truck my gosh it looks like let’s
see let’s see let’s see search below what what is that what is that is that
that spy way yeah chairs check this out it’s this spy
wagon that we had when we were up in Big Bear visiting Rebecca’s omalo
yeah what does this have to do with anything I don’t know that’s weird
what mystery clue is this oh no with their coat on there you’re right SSG
Stevens even in grade six five one two chairs check that out on the license
plate Steven and Grayson six five one two
maybe that means something I don’t know down below so we can’t remember that
okay we’re going and this is the last and final round let’s get this drawn
made into a pancake and then we’ll figure out where to go from there
yeah okay stick this thing up here okay and let’s get rolling three two one go
you gotta spray the brush right okay we’re good here we go three
two one let it pour okay so this five wagons menu looks like a box okay okay a
box let’s do a box like kind of like a big box and then I’m gonna go like this
mine’s getting big and then I’m gonna do will park here and another wheel arch
here in the box like that okay that’s the outline of this pie wagon now I’m
gonna do like the spotlight is so easy to draw a square handle there okay
two windows door handle I got an extra couple dots because they kind of spill a
little bit and then I’m gonna do some wheels tires the wheels I’m gonna do
black I’m gonna do my wheels in purple shakers
am I really gonna be big well it worked through us and then we have the world’s
biggest spatula okay oh dear here we go blue is going right
now spilling the blue and I think the windows are going to need to be yellow
reflective yellow for the windows I’m on my last step grace I’m gonna fill mine
in with yellow windows here we go going in almost done with this chairs this
might actually turn out really good it’s a very colourful spot reveal but I think
it’s just the right amount oh yes you’re done yeah mom looks good from this side
so ah what grace what just happened what just happened
can you see me oh my gosh me Playboy shares this is crazy I don’t know what
happened oh no why the lights went out but grace look look
that fidget spinners glowing glowing look at this it’s glowing like the
brightest color I’ve ever seen what does this mean I don’t know what is happening
the camera is still blinking red wait if there’s no electricity how is that
camera still blinking what’s going on no what do we do and look it’s glowing
right over top of the gamemaster mask yeah from the three marker challenge the
camera stolen everything what does this mean Patrol the woman edit are we
running how do we finish it there’s no long yeah
okay Thank You gamemaster wait wait you’re burning quick to sit
there done quickly we gotta put some lip up it was a trick that game master play
tricks on us we got a plan – things done it’s almost cracking I
don’t know what’s happening trip – I think mine’s done it’s ready to twist
okay doing your technique of scraping the bottom okay – be done but mine’s
done 100 you must believe that tricking like drive it out quick mine is very
delicate ready flip it three two okay
right here someone on the plate for the final reveal hey let’s do this great come on get on the plate stays safely
safely okay ready find a reveal and three two one go let
the voting begin Oh the nose is falling off there we gonna
share is there we go I don’t know what mine looks like
oh oh oh boy okay back with the plate keep voting Mike new looks more like a
pond monster like here’s the mouth then the spy wagon yeah and shares looks like
you’re like in mine oh I won that round oh yes yours I mean I got two points and
grace got one point so uh yeah now what’s next
wait wait mom Oh note goes it’s our next clue I don’t know what to say what to
say wait I say what’s it say let’s see challenge to complete okay good luck
it’s scaping challenge number three what what does that mean
wait escaping challenge number three what’s challenge number three hey that
makes no sense oh great it’s locked it’s what you
trapped us in here came up four chopped up pictures we’re trapped in you’re
going to figure our way out yeah down below any clues that you have for us so
we can get out of here

PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE Mystery Wheel 2 & Learn How To Make Diy Avengers & Aquaman Art

PANCAKE ART CHALLENGE Mystery Wheel 2 & Learn How To Make Diy Avengers & Aquaman Art


Three-two-one Oh What’s so good you challenged us to make a Lego character so right now let’s go for my pancake I’m going to make the flash and I’m making spider-man starting off a little bit differently I’m gonna start off with a square body but here
We go it’s gonna give us a little leg just like that look at that look at that perfect little leg right there man alright next up we got to give him a neck I’m gonna give him a little bit of a longer neck just you know make up for the fact that his body is huh his body is so small all right and there we Coop’s that will give them as little arms over here next up I got to do his lightning belt but for some reason I don’t the color yellow oh right I left in the kitchens let me up grab that really quick here we go alright got the yellow perfect I know I need the bigger yellow so give me I give me one second I’ll be right back with places over here Alright yeah I got the bigger yellow what are you doing I’m grabbing out of the yellow where did you just go Are my eyes playing tricks on me or what so it’s belts all like jaggedy lightning type so we’re gonna go like this looks more like a ruffle I was gonna fill it in with yellow right We got to give him his eyeballs next so we got eyeball number one over here and that was the important part time to give him his red mask here we go red mask kind of goes like this Circles out around the eyes I do Calvin’s like Charlie Brown mixed with Wally man whoa he totally does yeah this is not as good as I thought it was going to be but at the same time it’s great are we gonna give a little mouth he’s gonna like yeah he’s like This is what happens when he’s running super fast aren’t the most important part the lightning bolt on his chest let’s do this I Need a real-life example of a lightning bolt so time to four to lightning bolt so let’s see okay I think that should be good Here, we go let’s see three two one Did that even help you at all I actually forgot what it looks like so I guess we’ll just have to kind of wing it seriously All right now I gotta fill in his neck gotta get him a nice good Outlet randomly goes off which means we lose them for our wild card three two one you know I just really hope that it doesn’t mess up my lightening bolt because I gotta really make this guy perfect what Salad tongue flip no that batter hands oh all right we got the batter I’ve got some fans and time to have some battle hands here we go batter hands number one so get the second hand in yeah first up we got to meet the lightning bolt on his chest he has a circle first it goes around his chest like that There we go dude I’m gonna get artistic and creative here was gonna drop Is gonna add the red So slippery man just slip right on my end it’s gonna do it like, okay no it took off half his lightning bolt what if eyes use this it’s clear a little path here in the middle I’m gonna redo his lightning bolt All right time to go for the weight I can’t use a spatula to flip it Oh use the tongs what a geek yeah they can see I embraced the batter hands you trying to stay away from them I’m embracing them I think I should gonna help Out my artwork all right now, it’s time for the flip so luckily for me I get to use some spatula I know 3 2 1 Oh With finesse I was pretty pretty pretty cool you ready for it Yeah, I’m totally ready you have to tong it so lightly three two one thing subscribe cause we want to see if you can subscribe to this channel and turn on the channel post notifications in five seconds are you ready here we go 5 4 3 2 1 done if you can do that comment down below keeper squad right now all right here we go ready set go You get to comment down below who made a better pancake and right now we’re on to the next one you challenged us to make Captain America from Avengers end games right now let’s go I’m gonna make Captain America’s shield first cuz it’s the most iconic part so they’re not only the same a perfect circle that was that’s Devin okay the second circle was actually pretty solid once you look at it they look at my circle I’m making an oval but that’s a pretty good circle right yeah that’s really good and in the Marvel movies His shield and indestructible so I wonder if the pancake is going to be indestructible as well so we’re gonna turn this up and roast It flip it and test the pancake and then we’re getting continue with the rest of the box wait what how does that make sense maybe I had vibranium Pancake batter Devon never thought of that did you know very unlikely all right here we go it’s a little jiggly doesn’t constructible right now what it’s not feeling indestructible three three two one oh boy oh boy oh boy wait let’s just flip okay together all right well you know maybe there’s needs cooking hard and I’m gonna try to repair the shield’s we’re gonna add some extra batter in here and hopefully this will allow this will seal the different parts together let’s see how strong this pancake shield really is here we go three two one, oh That’s not gonna hurt. Oh, yeah, oh! That’s a strong pancake yeah, yeah that’s a note from me another one oh the cat came up oh, that’s not good oh he’s gonna have a blob arm here’s a loaf of bread for a head that’s this kind of Captain America’s deal up again you know I’m not sure how to give my shield is looking I mean it’s not that close to the real one what do you think that’s The real Captain America shield yeah I mean there’s only one no that’s like the real one yes vibranium is indestructible bro you want to test it Yeah sure all right here we go you ready Uh-oh you got a little quick let me just let me get it okay all right and you’re sure that’s the real one yeah Okay here we go three two one Oh yeah it’s definitely the real shield here it is didn’t that tell you You were supposed to catch you it’s coming back to you yeah it’s new we’re gonna fill in Captain American star with red next up We gotta give him the American torso suspenders I don’t know We had like the red and white across the stock yeah, we’re doing that next now It’s time to give Captain America the mouth of a hero doesn’t that just look like a mouth it looks like that stuff in the mouth of a hero yeah, oh, no I just remembered when I flip my pancake this isn’t become burnt side up Oh, no horrible and now trying to fill in as hero Mouse’s gonna put the car Oh Well I don’t have to get that one so that was not a bad one so let’s see what this super acrylic nails what what’s the difference between regular acrylic and super acrylic all right I got a bag with batter so I don’t know what I do with that but I Oh No well I mean that can’t use these containers like, oh No, poke holes in the arm right now let’s go so this is what super acrylic nails meant Wow I know what a crook nails are but these are definitely Super yeah and I guess I have to use this bag so I’m gonna have like just poke holes in it and properly dispense it Oh one already broke up how am I gonna pick this up because I can’t pick it up like this, oh man, oh Man, oh, no I forgot to turn on the thing first. Oh, yeah here G. Oh that’s gonna be told oh! Devon’s girl flag upside down, okay, oh I think I got it I think I got it it’s the side of the thumb oh you’re doing that it turned out my first Hole oh, yeah! okay, okay oh, sorry bump you Oh pulls in you can squeeze out oh this is pretty cool man oh Do it like two holes at once like dispensing twice as much yes Okay, gotta take this gotta get this one uh-huh absolutely crushing it right now hello all right there we go I think I got it I think I got it nice and careful okay got it here switch grip right out of better fluid, okay, okay, okay now time to fill in the rest of this yes please order man what It’s not that I’m not trying this is gonna ruin our pancake I don’t like that go get on the shoe and the arm at the same time come on Just like that it’s over Wow oh, it’s gonna take forever bro this is like a pincher workout man just two fingers pension ah muscles are starting to feel some fatigue Yeah why don’t you use these little like funnel shoots until you pour the Peggy better in at the top and then funnel down see If that sounds like something you would do and it wouldn’t be effective what all right here we go, he’s gonna dispense down here Oh, I gotta support with my other nail oh, there’s like one of cement trucks no way it is actually working yeah Carefully oh You made this so much more difficult now I don’t know what to do with this nail bro you’ve compromised it what do you get compromise it it looks great it’s red on the outside blue on the inside that’s unique never again Oh No all right here we go palm technique and now I have to move it on to the pit kick wow that actually works yeah that’s pretty good look at this it’s speedy Devon its PT Devon he’s looking kind of blobby right now not too muscly I must say and done I didn’t even think about this but how are you gonna flip with those acrylic nails Oh what all right it’s on and roastin maybe use your nails to flip it no, way dude gonna break off all my nails all right here we go time to flip my Captain America, oh good boy three two one Oh Is one burnt pancakes yeah but I mean like it still is recognize let me get that bit for you let me just get that Yeah yeah must admit the shield looks way better from the other angle just the palm grip Oh yep just two palm in a little bit of pinky here we go coming underneath I feel like an eagle flying in for the scoop you know this is actually going pretty well all right three two. Oh, no no
wait a 15-minute video call whip that at night text the word arts 281 800 right now so pause the video text the word art 281 800 and you’ll automatically be answered in two women right now let’s see how this looks all right ready set go Oh Pinky in the process how did you make that with the nails. Oh my gosh who, won this round right now we’re on to the next one you challenged us to make a dragon from How to Train Your Dragon So right now let’s go I’m starting with the I haven’t you can start with the wings all right so we got wing number one and then we got the other side of the wing BAM and there is the base of my dragon that’s actually pretty good like that’s pretty solid dude I feel like you’ve done that head like three times I always I was gonna be super cool he’s gonna have like, awesome little wings I don’t have enough room for the top of his horn So it’s just gonna be a little stump there is actual art to adding the right amount of pancake batter like that BAM wing number one complete nicely done Now it’s time to add some upgrades to my dragons wings we’re gonna add Three new would Have we ever got something good yet I don’t think we have all right what’s up this one changes that pattern so let’s see what I got no dude I got duct tape well I got can’t bend elbows bro I have like dinosaur dragon arms right now and I have like Frankenstein arms dude well it’ll be very interesting to see how this pancake turns out it right now I need to continue with the designs over Here this I got it and then you gotta kind of go forward like this extend the fingers I can’t relax any harm How is yours go put the eye on the road so I keep I just dripping everywhere Kevin can I borrow your sleeve my way I need to use your sleeve to wipe up some batter what you can’t use my sleeve merch bro all right Alright we got a paper towel here How does here still look so good when you can’t even bend your elbows to be honest I don’t know here we go what’s gonna dab it up alright time to add some scales they’re going well it’s like I thought you meant like scaling you’re gonna try to weigh up the What okay I think I’m done but now. I have to sneeze Oh!
no do you better cover your mouth man if you don’t cover your mouth that’s gonna be a big issue I don’t know how what do You mean you don’t know how I might need to use your shoulder you can’t that won’t happen well luckily I don’t have to sneeze anymore so your show that has been spared You’re welcome let me ever turn the favor. I think thank you, okay okay here we go it’s really gonna krokodil What is the what are you doing with your hand hug something well I? think I need to turn on the hot plate sorry sorry did I bump you you did but I don’t complain Okay, hot plate on time to shake up the bottle and feel like I’m doing a pretty good job gotta prepare me read Me read this is some risky business so close This takes max concentration and a lot of arm strength for this row scales are gonna be a little bit unconventional Okay, I’m done with the blue time to go for the eye Perfect hey nice you know I’m kind of lost forward to do next so I need some real light dragon inspiration right Now so I’m gonna call my pet dragon Doug Look at Doug Well I guess we’ll continue to roast some pancakes Pancake better work why don’t you work alright here we go I’m gonna turn it on now, okay So this is now where I have to be very careful because I cannot get close to the griddle this is super important first steps first I got to add some more details so this leg over here gonna be full of details right now we’ll get some waffle wings yeah I think I’ve gotten the hang of this man waffle wings I’m gonna do double straight arms Wow look at that, oh my god I should not all right now it’s gonna grab the green again because it needed for a little bit a little bit of misfire here we go so let’s get the green on it’s very difficult to be precise when your hands are stuck like this a little bit right there on the tip of the wing all right perfect whew as you can see without duct tape with duct tape it makes a huge difference Imagine how all this detail is gonna look it’s gonna be good that’s what you’re done yeah I get to rest my arms now oh alright I gotta try to get the white so I’m gonna use a little spatula to pick it up nice it’s a spatula not a grabber combo I’ll give you my white oh, thank you Oh, okay Careful dude careful I got it here’s why I don’t need the white you don’t need to buy it Really and I just got you the way I mean I’m an artist and I need yellow fine Here you go here’s your yellow thank you all right here we go same process whoa yeah uh-huh nice here we go long shot dude it’s on max heat it’s like cooking it right away here I’ll turn off all right careful be careful and that’s about complete my dragon all right now it is let it cook well I think it actually almost already cooked yeah that’s what happens when you’re On max eat bro do please hand me that spatula over there yes yeah Do you need another spatula nope 100 I already prematurely flipped oh I feel like the flip for you is gonna be really difficult It’s pretty great dragon and I’m a master flipper bro didn’t know until today but yeah, you’ve definitely passed exams I needed that sorry Guy I wouldn’t get it for you but again it’s my own time to grab my spatulas And I’m gonna miss Devon try to get some of it off it doesn’t cook all the way through some of it is but some of it isn’t I can only offer moral support because my arms don’t reach that far I guess wave over here and give you a little little golf claps you got this got this bro You ready for us I don’t want to say this Devin but I don’t quite have confidence you’ll be able to do this successfully Really I’m gonna put out there all right well. I have confidence in me so so should you There we go I fixed it oh Hey You get to comment down below and let us know who made the best pancake right now it’s on to the next one you challenged us to make a mirror from the new Aquaman movie so right now let’s go I’m starting off by making the crown So we have like 180 great here why you capping make up I’m gonna hide my work you’re gonna peek like this that’s a large Crown now we’re gonna do the head let’s go like a cowboy right now I will turn this on and then we’ll give her some Some ears next up we got the the eyebrows she’s got great eyebrows seven those look pretty great right. Yeah those are actually really nice Yeah I’ll give her two eyeballs have you ever one right there one over here now we got to give her a beautiful smile look at that looks just so happy I will give her a little tongue right here Oh a light gray inside the mouth you know give like depth and shadows shadows and all that all that great Morgan doesn’t mouth isn’t gray though what should it be it would be a darker red fortunately I have a darker red right here so I guess she’s gonna have gray molars all right they’ll give her a darker red in her mouth all this Wow Wow double you’re really good at this whoa Whoa you okay yeah well you know what they say right luckily lightning doesn’t strike twice yeah, oh! there’s sort of storm ever now it is time to fill in the golden crown So oh I have an idea Devin I’m gonna get an advantage on you right now I’m going to create an emerald gem in the middle of it well I just kind of told you what my advantage would be but There you go you know what I’m gonna do I’m gonna add an emerald gem in the middle of it yeah Jeff had that idea I can’t say about the gem it’s very unusual-looking and a ruby in the center by that time for the gold crown to be made so we’re gonna add the yellow in alright it’s gonna add in the eyeballs signs coming along really well right now for the ears I see Devin is all the small line details I’m gonna try to emulate the same thing for the difference I don’t really know what the ear need just look at my ear for reference Yeah that is there I saw that and I’m now an artist thinking she’s got red ears because she recently got Embarrassed like something happened and she got embarrassing so her ears turned red now the final step time for the hair so we’re gonna fill this in first it’s time to start rushing my pancake Good Time to flip my pancake and this can be so challenging. I do is one of the largest pancakes I’ve ever made how are you gonna do this three, oh Thank you man alright that was a week All right it’s time to flip mine three to look perfect like jugs we want even like this video in three seconds you ready here we go three two one done ready set yo I only had a couple airs hollow couple hairs fell off you can comment down below who Made the better mirror right now we’re on to the next one you challenged us to make Zima from the Lion King I’m gonna start in a very different way I’m gonna begin with his ear alright so the two years are done the thing about his Ears is he has it’s kind of like lining on the inside all you’ve heard of the circle of life this is the circle of simple ears this one over here will start with a super curly ear here where are you making Simba Yoda right now I’m making Simba looks like Yoda to me this goes here he’s gonna add in the color And now the most important part time to make its full head Oh face face there there’s his face alright just gonna fill in his hair Mr. Wild card you ready yeah three two one hoping I get read I don’t know why I just want read Oh, so close to read oh, no upside down pancake I use grab her hands to make the rest look I can’t use my Hands I can’t believe this turn upside down this mallet might look really wet at least you have like regular heads grabber thing it looks like a little duck bills you know they’ve actually done exercises like this So yours is almost more interfering with me than it is with me over here for once a really bro even seem to get the bigger one here we go Oh see all right here we go gonna bring it over here like this okay there we go laughs bro it’s so unnecessarily long I gotta like scoop material back Seat shaking bro so it’s like I see it I can down support from the bottom rib oh I’m only gonna use one at a time pickup squeeze there We go wait how are you so good Keep it upside-down man like I can’t even figure this out these are actually she says I’ve done before it work out how’s he doing side down art exercise cause it’s just so slow I don’t I don’t like it I need to get some different claws already got some new crappy hands and these might actually be even worse there’s like no way I can finish my pancake cuz these grabby hands are all so bad I gotta control myself Unfortunately I got to go back to the big grabby hands. Ah here we go left ah! come on No, we’re just gonna pick up the gray a little bit up right here and then Build the circle of the eye alright last thing I got to do is just fill it all in accent quite a sophisticated Plan, we’re gonna use the grab her head things grab and grip now I’m gonna lift it up like this and then spin, oh I have a solution can take this one here and use this one to just hold it in place and then use this one to Push down and dispense the red oh this messed up miss I yes it’s ruining cut of lots of different parts of it right now Your mine is so close to being done please do not mess it up Are you gonna push it up over here we go shots Get out of the way excuse me Tell you if you don’t move okay? I’ll movie let’s turn it up and let’s let’s roast it now bro, it’s So messy it looks like a stampede came through wait do you nut whoa what is going on look out Well it was close You’re going the wrong way, oh, no I just remembered I have to flip my pancake with yeah, oh that’s good, so bad oh Now it’s time to flip my claw hands you reach under this side what if you use a claw to hold especially Nice alright yeah go for it three two one, oh There we go unconventional flip but now it is on the table turn it looks like a sunset all right it’s ready to flip this looks, so Good, oh my gosh ready set That looks so good comment down below who Won this round right now we’re on to the next one and just for the fun of it I actually made some extra pancakes like Godzilla looks So good I also made Shazam dude it’s like all buff and everything though right and I made Kyle team leader from fortnight and so did I this is my version of protein wiener nine fortnight looking good man exactly the structure is intact see if you can fold it by the ears it stays up perfect what the thing is I’m a little Bit hungry so let me just let me grab something first here we go Sorry man take your all men sorry broke when I’m training really well from tech rift Doug hey Doug sit pretty cold sit hey Doug wave Hey Okay take a little bit of getting used to I think you might have cooked my pancakes okay sure you can handle that dragon maybe you should just stick to this one let go of Doug just handle this jacket