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It's a new day.
I'd better get my ninja on.
And my clothes.
As a ninja, you have to face all of your challenges head-on.
I brought my top-secret spy disguises.
It's not very top-secret if you've got it written on the box.
Here, try this on.
And I've got a newspaper with spy holes.
Oh, yeah. Very discreet...
Gav, these disguises are a little bit old-fashioned.
How about the latest face swap tech?
You'll never pull that off.
What do you think?
Ugh, that's freaking me out.
Get out of my face.
So I didn't lose face too much, I made this.
The art ninja dinosaur mask.
So, I've got myself a large cereal box but I need two of these,
so let's ninja another one.
And I've painted over the graphics with some red paint,
leaving the inside lovely and white.
I'm going to cut off this strip here on both boxes.
But I'm going to keep them because I'll need them later.
And now, I'm going to do a really cool paint technique
by mixing together washing-up liquid and some paint to make bubbly paint.
Mix those together with a straw.
I'm going to blow into it to create the bubbles.
Don't suck. It will taste nasty.
And now, I'm going to slowly press my card down on top of the bubbles
to pick up the paint.
Look at that! I need to keep doing this technique until my card is
Just like dinosaur skin.
I need to do the same thing on the other one.
There we are, look at that!
So, leave this piece down here to dry and I'm going to use this piece
to start making the main part of the dinosaur's head.
And I'm going to draw a line from this corner
to that corner on one of these panels.
And then the same at this side from that corner to this corner.
Straight line along there.
And the same the other side.
Like that. Now, I'm going to cut along those lines.
I need to keep these bits because I'll need those later.
I'm just going to score a line down the centre of this piece all the way
to the point. I'm using the blunt side of the scissors here.
One to there and then the same the other side.
Let's turn those scores into folds to make the main shape
of the dinosaur's head.
And these two here pinch and come together to make
the front of the dino's nose.
And now, I'm going to add a little bit of double-sided sticky tape
in there to hold it together.
And then just snip off the excess.
Now, I'm going to cross over these two flaps at the back and with
a little bit of double-sided sticky tape hold them together.
Just put that to one side.
The two bits that I left to the side earlier,
I'm going to stick them together with a bit of sticky tape.
Now, I'm going to grab a bowl.
Put it in the middle and draw around it.
There we go.
I'm going to draw some lines from the circle to the edge of the box,
which will make the curved shape of the dinosaur's jaw.
Don't need this any more.
Pinch these pieces to make the fold for the underside of the jaw.
Add a little bit of double-sided sticky tape in there
to hold it together.
Now, I'm going to stick this to the inside of the head.
And the other one. There.
It makes the shape of the jaw.
There we go. But, it's not a dinosaur's head without teeth.
So, I'm going to take one of the sides of the box
that I saved earlier and turn it into some rows
of razor-sharp gnashers.
I need to make sure the white is stuck facing the outside,
so he's got lovely, healthy white teeth.
A little bit of dino dentistry.
This square is going to be the back of the dinosaur's head.
I just need to stick it on.
I'm going to add some nostrils
and for that, a couple of triangles cut out from the stuff I printed
earlier. A bit of scoring and a bit of card bending will sort these out.
Now, I've done the same thing, but larger, to make the eyelids.
What do you call a dinosaur with no eyes?
Yeah, I'd better add the eyes.
These are two squares of card stuck on with double-sided tape.
Now, time to try it on.
But you don't have to make a T-Rex.
You could make...
..a sparkly Triceratops with glittery horns and spotty skin.
Pretty bling! Or maybe...
..a teeth-crunching Megalodon with stencilled scales.
I think I spy the Grand Master.
I'm OK, man.
Mr Grand Master, I have been expecting you.
Step number 007 to enlightenment.
Old-shaded eye protectors resurrected for comedic effect.
Funny disguise glasses.
Grab some colourful pieces of craft foam and draw
around something circular.
Draw around a glue stick for smaller circles.
Draw more circles on the other piece of craft foam
and larger wiggly circles.
Cut all of your shapes out, man.
Go careful when cutting out the smaller circles.
Grab some tape.
This is double-sided tape, dudes.
Stick two pieces to each circle.
Stick your comedy shapes to the larger circles.
Grab some craft foam and cut into little pieces.
Stick them on and arrange them like delicious sprinkles.
Yum, yum, yum!
Get your sunglasses...
..and stick on your comedy frames.
Camouflage for when you're at the doughnut shop. Whoa!
Lesson 007 complete.
Nice. What else you got, dude?
Thanks, Grand Master.
I am enlightened.
I'm so enlightened, I might need to borrow a pair of your comedy shades.
You are most welcome.
Now, go to the website and get your ninja on.