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Day of the Hair

After Ricky orders an anti-baldness potion, things get hairy and scary as hair grows everywhere. Ricky makes a paper wig and a shaving foam painting.


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Right now, though, get

inspired by Art Ninja himself.

Enjoy

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I'm Ricky.

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I live in Bristol.

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I work as an animator - which is

lucky, cos I love art.

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I live for art. I even dream of art.

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I draw, I paint, I make things.

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Nailed it!

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I hang out with my mates - Gavin,

Rich and Sarah.

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Argh!

Most importantly, I make ninja

moves.

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Some people call me the...

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Art Ninja!

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Today, I'll give you a whole new

look with this curly paper wig.

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We light up the dance floor

with a disco animation...

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..and it's a close shave with this

puff-paint peacock...

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..because, today, it's...

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HE YAWNS

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It's a new day.

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I'd better get my ninja on.

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And my clothes.

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TRAP DOOR OPENS

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Hmm. Who's sending ME a parcel?

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Hey, you there. Get rich quick with

Arry Arkright's Magic Hair Potion,

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guaranteed to cheer up even

the baldest baldy.

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Get your free sample today and be

a gazillionaire tomorrow.

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I'm going to buy that.

'No refunds.'

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'Warning - read instructions

before use.'

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If this stuff works, I'll be loaded.

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I wouldn't mind having long,

curly, luscious hair myself.

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Of course, another way of getting

some instant hair

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is the Art Ninja paper wig.

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So, I've got some strips

of card here,

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about 2cm in width, and I'm going to

wrap it round my head.

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To make it easier to curve,

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I'm just going to squeeze it along

like this, and that makes the cards

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really easy to roll and fold.

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I've cut these strips

across the grain,

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which means you can see this

in the cross-section

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and I've curved all my strips of

card in the same way.

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I'm going to wrap it around my head

and measure it...

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..about to there.

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I'm just going to staple that

in place.

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Cut off the excess.

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Just grab another strip of card and

put it on the outside.

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It will just mean it's much more

comfortable to wear.

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It's important to check that your

staples go through properly.

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You don't want any sharp bits

sticking out.

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I'm just going to make sure it's

the right size and pop it back on.

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There we go.

I've got five more strips here.

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I'm going to attach this one and

cross over my first strip.

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Now I'm going to add more strips at

equal intervals all the way around.

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So, I've left these strips

long on one side

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and now I'm going to trim

off the ends of every other strip.

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I'm adding extra card across these

strips to hold them all together.

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It looks like some kind of

Anglo-Saxon helmet.

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There we go. This is going to be

the structure for my wig.

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I think it looks cool already.

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Now, for the hair, I'm going to

use some paper strips

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cut from this magazine.

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To cut it up, I'm going to use some

ninja skills. Yeeeah!

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Sweet.

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Just going to tear off

this wedge here.

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I want to make a curly wig

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so I'm going to curl the paper

around a ruler.

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The technique for this is holding

the paper between the ruler and your

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finger and then dragging it over the

edge.

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Going to need a lot of these,

so I'd better get curling.

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That should do it.

Now, using a glue stick,

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I'm going to stick them around

the structure of my wig,

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starting at the bottom.

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All these curls are going in

sideways,

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so I can make the hair very

densely packed.

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I'm going to add a couple of

strips to my vertical bits.

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I'm just covering these headbands

and then I'm sticking these strips

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on in different directions

each time,

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just to make sure the wig

is nice and full.

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That is a big old hairdo.

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Right, it's time to try it on.

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Of course, the best thing about

having hair

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is trying out new hairdos.

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There's loads of wigs you can make -

like...

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..this natty hairdo of the 1700s,

made from crepe paper, no less.

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Or...

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..this pointy, paper punk wig.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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All right, Gav?

Wow, nice haircut,

mate.

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Gone for something different, I see.

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What's this?

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That is Arry Arkright's

Magic Hair Potion.

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The plan is we try it,

and, if it works,

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we sell it to the baldies of

Bristol.

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It's a con. It won't work.

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Look.

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Gavin, your hair is luxurious!

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This is it - we're in the money!

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I'm off to go and look

in the mirror.

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Aw, bless.

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Gav looked a picture - a moving

picture, a bit like this one.

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That's because it's animated.

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It's not a great turnout.

You did

send out the invites, Ella?

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Er...

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Right, pack it all away.

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It's stuck.

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That'll be because there's an

animation caught on the end of it.

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So, if you want to make this disco

of an animation,

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you'll need a neon cable light -

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you can find these online pretty

cheap -

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a pin board, some pins and a tablet

with animation app installed.

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You can put it together

in three ninja moves.

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Ninja move number one - work out

what you're going to animate

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and make a simple drawing of it.

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I'm using a paper pad

and a thick pen,

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so I can see each frame underneath

as an onion skin.

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Onion-skinning is being able to see

your previous frame

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before you draw your next frame.

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Ninja move number two -

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it's time to turn each of your

animation frames

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into a continuous line drawing.

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Draw over your animation frames

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without taking your pen off the

paper.

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Finally, ninja move number

three -

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grab your pin board, your pins,

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your cable light and set up your

device ready to shoot.

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Your next task is transferring

your continuous line drawing

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to your cable lights.

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Be careful not to pierce your lights

with the pins when you're

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putting together your animation.

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Then turn off your lights so the

cable is nice and bold,

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and take a frame

on your animation app.

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Do the same technique for all of

your frames.

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So, we've shot all of our frames.

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I think it's time to take a look

at our mini masterpiece.

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Oh, yes!

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Great work.

Let's party.

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Yeah!

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Gav, have you put more on?

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This hair really suits my skin tone.

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Mm!

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That's strange.

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Uh, uh, uh!

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Uh-oh.

Ah, ah, ah, ARGH!

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Ricky, what do those instructions

say?

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"Use this potion with great care, or

all you touch will turn to hair."

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I need some water.

Calm down, Chew-Gava!

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Calm down?!

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HE CRIES

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HE CONTINUES CRYING

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Oh, Gav!

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Oh, a hairy back.

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I'm turning into my dad.

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You need to have a shave -

starting with your hands.

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I've got art to do.

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As one of my biggest art

inspirations

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Vincent van Gogh could tell you,

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it's easy to lop off more

than just your hair.

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Hey - hi, Ricky.

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Hey, Vincent, is that you?

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Yeah, for sure.

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Please, while I'm here, don't talk

about how I cut off my ear.

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Of course, Vincent. I'd never bring

that up.

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Ear...I mean, AREN'T you one of the

most famous

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and influential artists of all time?

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That's right. Now my paintings are

worth millions.

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Here's one of them now.

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Starry Night.

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I used quick brush strokes and thick

paint and it meant that people could

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feel their emotions in my work.

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Well, Vincent, I'm feeling you now

but I'm afraid I'm going to have

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to cut you off -

poor choice of words.

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Bye, Vincent.

Bye, Ricky.

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Right, I've got myself a nice piece

of white card here and I'm going to

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sketch out my drawing. I'm going to

draw a peacock.

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I'm just sketching this roughly

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because we're going to cover it

in thick paint.

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I'm going to start drawing

the feather shapes,

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which are like teardrops,

like this.

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OK? I'm going to mix up some paint,

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and what I want is the effect of oil

paints but without the really,

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really long drying time.

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I'm going to get that by mixing

together some acrylic paint,

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PVA glue and, the secret ingredient,

shaving foam.

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The shaving foam is what's going to

give my paint loads of volume,

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just like oil paint. Mix that in.

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That's the kind of consistency

I'm looking for.

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To do my picture, I'm going to need

a lot more of those,

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so I'm going to ninja some more.

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Ninja skills!

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Right, now, using a fork,

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I'm going to start applying this to

my sketch

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and the reason I'm using a fork

is so I can give it texture later.

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Remember, I want to work thick and

quick because this paint might dry.

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There we go.

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I'm going to move on and add some

turquoise...

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..to the inside of the teardrops

that make up my peacock's feathers.

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Moving on to the light blue.

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I'm going to use the tip of the fork

to blend them in and just

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drag it through the colours.

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Long, flowing swirls, just like

Vincent's work.

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Right, I'm going to add some green.

I'm going to start with some light.

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These long teeth on the fork are

great for dragging one colour

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through its neighbour. There we go.

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I'm going to add some nice,

rich yellow.

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Each time that I'm switching

colours,

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I'm using a new fork, because I want

the paints to mix on the page,

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not in the pots.

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Now, notice I've only done this one

part of the picture here

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and that's because if I carried all

the way on to the end,

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this might be dry before I got to

give it any texture.

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A little bit of white.

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Right, I've got the first section

done.

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I can move on and finish the rest.

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Moving onto his body, but I'm using

shorter strokes here,

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to give the impression

of shorter feathers.

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Onto the beak.

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Now I'm going to move on to his

crest,

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and that's the feathers on

top of his head.

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For that, I'm going to use the side

of my fork.

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Just some dots around the top there.

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Finally, I need to finish his eye.

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For that, I am going to use a brush,

since it's so small.

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There we go,

a beautiful peacock picture

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in the style of Vincent van Gogh.

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I'm so happy with it, I think it

deserves a frame.

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Hi, Ricky.

Hey, Dad.

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Is this one of your heavy metal

friends?

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What heavy metal friends?

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This is Gavin.

Gavin?

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Don't tell anyone but he got

a little bit carried away

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with some of Arry Arkright's

Magic Hair Potion.

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My advice - sleep it off,

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or else you'll turn the whole of

Bristol hairy.

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I'd better be off. Rest assured -

my lips are sealed.

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He's going to tell everyone.

I'm taking your dad's advice.

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I'm off for a lie down.

All right, but don't touch anything.

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PHONE RINGS

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'Hi, Ricky, it's your mum.

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'Dad just told me about Gavin's

hairy situation.'

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So much for HIM keeping mum.

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'If you do get rich quick, take Dad

to the salon for a back wax.'

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'Here's what's coming up

on your hair-larious show.'

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Comb is where the art is with this

painting you can't brush off.

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Keep it under your hat, as this guy

makes some monster headgear.

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You sweep up some leftover locks to

create something surprisingly hairy.

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'Anyway, got to go -

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'a long line of bald men have just

walked past the front door.

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'Bye.'

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Bye.

Ricky, Ricky, Ricky!

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Let's see what the ninja apprentices

have for me.

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Ricky, can you make art with tools?

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I'm sorry, but, today, you're going

to have to do it yourself.

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No.

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Hey, Ricky.

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It's DanTDM. He's a top vlogger

and a professional gamer.

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So, Ricky, I was thinking, can you

make art with a games console?

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Sorry, no.

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NO!

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You could say he's in-console-able!

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Consolable.

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What have these guys got?

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Ricky, can you make art with a comb?

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Neat idea. I choose you.

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BOTH:

Yay!

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So, what are your names?

My name's Nicky.

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And I'm Rohai.

Nice to meet you,

and where are you from?

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BOTH:

We're from Scotland.

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It's a great suggestion.

Let me just grab some bits.

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So, I've got myself some paint,

a couple of bits of paper,

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some sticky tack,

and, of course, some combs.

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OK, I'm going to start by painting

one of these pieces blue.

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I'm going to paint this on

quite thick.

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Now I'm going to take

one of the combs

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and I'm going to drag it

through the paint,

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and it's the teeth in the comb that

make a really cool pattern.

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So, you guys have got some art

on the walls behind you.

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This is a picture of half of my face

and then I drew the other half.

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That's a really good likeness.

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Thank you.

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The next piece of paper

I'm painting yellow.

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Now, I'm going to move on to

a really nice small comb here,

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and I'm going to do

a crosshatching effect,

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so the lines go in both directions.

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So, that one's looking like this.

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It's like a farmer's field.

Yeah.

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It is like a farmer's field, like

when you look out of an aeroplane.

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Yeah.

On my next piece of paper,

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I'm painting stripes

in two shades of green.

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And, with this one, I'm going to do

a tight zigzag.

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Because I've done two shades of

green, they blend into each other.

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So, guys, I'm going to need

some more of these

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and I need for them to dry.

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Now, I could wait, or I could use

my ninja skills.

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BOTH:

Ninja skills!

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Yeah!

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BOTH:

Whoa!

Some lovely different

patterns in there.

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It's going to make a great picture

with those.

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Now I'm taking a big bit of paper

here and I'm going to draw on

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some rolling hills, I think.

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I'm using the thick pen to draw my

lines and you'll see why later.

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I'm going to cut all the white bits

of the paper out,

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leaving the black line behind.

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So, I've cut out all the white bits,

which I'll use as templates.

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I don't need this, so I'm just going

to put it to one side.

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I'm going to tack the templates onto

my coloured pieces of paper.

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The sticky tack will hold the

template in place

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while I cut it out.

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Now I need to do the rest, and I'm

going to use some ninja skills.

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Yeeeeah!

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BOTH:

Whoa!

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I've got another piece of paper

and I'm going to stick

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all of my cut-outs down

with a glue stick.

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Where I cut out that black line,

I'm now leaving a gap.

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I've used different textures

for different areas

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so none of the same ones go next to

each other.

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And the last piece.

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Are you guys ready to see it?

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BOTH:

Yeah.

OK, what do you think?

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BOTH:

Wow!

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It's so good.

What would you guys

score it?

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BOTH:

A 10.

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I'm so happy with your suggestion,

I'm going to give it a frame.

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Bye.

BOTH:

Bye, Ricky.

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I see your beard's grown back.

Yeah, but...

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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What now?

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PEOPLE SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER

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Give me the potion!

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CLAMOURING

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There's loads of bald

people outside.

What do they want?

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Come on, mate!

What do you want?

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ALL:

Hair, hair, hair!

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Gav, grab the potion.

It's time to make some moolah.

0:18:240:18:28

ALL:

Hair, hair, hair!

0:18:280:18:31

Get a move on - they're getting

impatient.

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ALL:

Hair, hair, hair!

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Ahem!

Ooh, ooh, ooh!

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I'm OK, man.

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Greetings, dude.

Oh, Grand Master,

just in time.

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We've got some seriously unchilled

eggheads outside.

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Pft.

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Lesson number 505 to enlightenment -

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head cover-upper

with scary opticals.

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Monster hat.

Let's do this.

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Grab a baseball cap and an old sock.

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Cut the end off the sock and keep

hold of the toes.

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Cover the peak of the cap

in double-sided sticky tape.

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Peel the back off.

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Stretch the sock over the cap, man.

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Grab some material and a pen.

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I'm using felt.

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Fold the material in half, draw

the top of a head and a horn.

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Draw some eyes,

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and some scary teeth.

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Sharp! Cut everything out carefully,

dudes.

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Unfold your material

to reveal a head.

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Monstrous! Get some glue, lolly

sticks and some strips of material.

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Glue the lolly sticks to the back of

the horns

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and cover with the material.

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Cover it in PVA glue and stick it

to the front of your hat.

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Glue the teeth to the sock.

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Glue on these white bits...

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..these yellow bits,

and some angry eyebrows.

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And some little black pieces

for the pupils.

0:20:170:20:21

Yeah. Fantastic, dudes.

0:20:220:20:25

Lesson 505 complete.

0:20:260:20:29

Oh!

0:20:310:20:32

Thanks, Grand Master.

I am enlightened,

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and enriched,

and I'm going to be rich

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when we sell our magic hair potion.

0:20:380:20:40

Yeah, about that, Ricky.

0:20:400:20:42

It is possible that I just might

have used all of your potion.

0:20:420:20:47

All of it?

Right, I'm off-ski,

dudes.

0:20:470:20:51

Thanks, Grand Master.

0:20:510:20:53

KNOCK ON DOOR

0:20:560:20:59

CLAMOURING

0:20:590:21:02

So many questions.

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Who are they?

And who's your hipster mate?

0:21:080:21:11

That's Gav. He's used up all of my

magical hair potion and now all the

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baldies of Bristol are outside

wanting hair.

0:21:160:21:18

Stay cool, Sarah's got this.

0:21:180:21:20

I can make the bald men disappear.

0:21:200:21:23

BOTH:

How?

It's a little-known

fact - bald men hate mice.

0:21:230:21:28

It's not even real.

Come on, Squeakles.

0:21:280:21:31

CLAMOURING

0:21:310:21:33

ALL:

Argh!

0:21:350:21:36

Now the baldies are gone, what are

we going to do about your hair?

0:21:400:21:43

Um, plaits?

0:21:430:21:45

Here's a quick art tip of how to

draw some hairstyles.

0:21:470:21:50

I'm going to start

with some pigtails.

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Just going to split the fringe on

this one here like that,

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then draw the top of the head.

0:21:560:21:58

A couple of bows...

0:21:580:21:59

..and then the pigtails.

0:22:010:22:03

These just, like,

flowing squiggles like this.

0:22:030:22:06

Now I'm going to draw

a nice, big, curly do.

0:22:060:22:09

It's like a cloud on your head

and then this overlapping

0:22:090:22:12

from the back of your head,

all the way over the top.

0:22:120:22:15

And, then, just a classic quiff.

0:22:150:22:17

I'm going to bring it up from

the ear and do a sweep like this

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out to one side.

0:22:200:22:21

A couple of flicks on it and follow

it back across the head

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and cut in at the same point

where I started the quiff

0:22:250:22:28

and have a little bump

that goes down to the ear.

0:22:280:22:30

There we go. There's a quick art

tip on how to draw some hairstyles.

0:22:300:22:34

ALL:

Aw.

0:22:400:22:41

ALL:

Yay!

0:22:430:22:44

I've finally accepted that I'm not

going to make a fortune

0:22:460:22:49

selling magical hair potion.

0:22:490:22:51

Things are almost back to normal.

0:22:510:22:54

Er, hello?

I said "almost."

0:22:540:22:56

Where's my package?

0:22:560:22:58

Bingo!

What's that?

0:23:000:23:02

This, my happy, hairy hamster,

is the antidote.

0:23:020:23:04

I should have checked there earlier.

0:23:040:23:06

Arry Arkright's Hair Today,

Gone Tomorrow.

0:23:060:23:09

"Spray liberally to get rid of all

unwanted taches,

0:23:090:23:12

"toupees and topknots."

0:23:120:23:13

Awesome - let's do it!

0:23:130:23:14

All gone?

0:23:270:23:28

Aw! Mine's run out, too.

What are we going to do?

0:23:310:23:33

There's only one thing for it -

0:23:330:23:34

we'll have to take you

to the hairdressers,

0:23:340:23:36

and I know just the place.

0:23:360:23:38

SHOUTING

0:23:400:23:43

SHOUTING

0:23:490:23:51

Ninja skills!

Here we are, hairdressers.

0:23:570:24:00

Let's have a look. Oh, there's a lot

of it, isn't there?

0:24:040:24:07

Coffee, yeah? OK, so I'm thinking

maybe bouffant? A bit of frizz?

0:24:070:24:11

A nice little bob?

0:24:110:24:12

A quiff? Dreads?

0:24:120:24:14

But, first, I think,

let's give it a wash.

0:24:140:24:17

SCISSORS SNIP

0:24:230:24:27

How do I look?

Shiny and new.

0:24:330:24:35

Gav, all this hair-ing around

has given me an epic idea

0:24:350:24:39

for some big art, but, first,

we're going to get our ninja on.

0:24:390:24:42

Art Ninja!

0:24:480:24:50

Strike a pose.

Art Ninja!

0:24:510:24:54

Gav, we're going to need a whole

colour palette of hair.

0:24:580:25:00

Reds, platinum blondes, greys.

0:25:000:25:03

Hey, even some curly bits.

0:25:030:25:05

But what's the picture

going to be of?

0:25:050:25:07

Let me give you a clue. Stop your

rabbiting and come give me a hand.

0:25:070:25:11

A bit rude.

0:25:120:25:14

You take that side and I'll take

this side.

0:25:140:25:16

OK.

You want to lay the hair down

in a long line.

0:25:160:25:18

Look at all these ace wigs.

0:25:310:25:32

They're brilliant. You can be

anyone you want.

0:25:320:25:35

See if you can guess who I am.

0:25:350:25:36

A hippy!

0:25:390:25:40

A punk?

0:25:430:25:44

Your mum? Come on, now -

let's get on with it.

0:25:460:25:49

I'm just going to hop off

and grab some more hair.

0:26:020:26:05

Whoa, turn it off - you're going

to ruin the art.

0:26:200:26:22

Turn it off, turn it off!

Give it here.

0:26:220:26:24

Hey, this little scrap is a big clue

to what's in the art.

0:26:270:26:31

Got any ideas? You'll kick yourself

when you realise.

0:26:310:26:34

Come on, Gav - follow me.

0:26:460:26:48

I can't wait to see it.

0:26:480:26:49

It's a hairy hare picture.

0:26:500:26:52

It's brilliant. I still don't get

why you did a picture

0:26:590:27:01

of a couple of rabbits, though.

0:27:010:27:03

They're hares.

Yeah, I know that -

most of them are mine!

0:27:030:27:07

No - boxing hares, Gavin.

0:27:070:27:09

Oh, never mind.

0:27:090:27:11

HE SIGHS

0:27:220:27:24

What a hair-raising day!

0:27:240:27:26

I don't want to see

any hair ever again.

0:27:260:27:30

I like things just the way they are.

0:27:300:27:32

Mind you, we could all do with

a LITTLE extra hair.

0:27:340:27:37

Hang on a minute.

0:27:460:27:47

That was the antidote!

0:27:490:27:51

Argh!

0:27:510:27:54

Head over to our online gallery and

upload your masterpieces at:

0:27:540:27:59

After Ricky orders an anti-baldness potion, things get hairy and scary as hair grows everywhere. Ricky makes a paper wig and a shaving foam painting inspired by Vincent van Gogh, while the Grand Master creates a monster hat. Ricky and Gav eventually head to the hairdressers. Can they make some grade one art with the hair clippings?