Ricky makes art in nine minutes. Ricky makes top-secret art, the Grand Master makes an illuminated mammal, and things get cheesy with some dairy selfies.
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Aah, it's a new day.
I just had the strangest dream.
I better get my ninja on!
-And my clothes.
I've never kept an Art Ninja diary,
but I have enough milk-related art for an Art Ninja dairy!
-Ricky, Ricky, Ricky!
Ricky, can you make art with a bunch of feathers?
As much as that tickles me, maybe another time.
Hi, Ricky - I've got something I need your help with.
It's Matt, from Secret Life of Boys.
It's a bag of flour. Can you make anything out of it?
I'm a maker, not a baker.
Now I'm getting hungry! Hold this, I need a snack.
Hey, what have these guys got?
Ricky, can you make art with milk?
I choose you!
What are your names?
-My name is Myles.
-And my name is Sophie.
-And where are you from? BOTH:
I'm going to use the milk to draw a secret picture
worthy of a special agent.
I'll just go grab my things.
So, I've got myself a little ironing board,
but I don't need that right now, so I'll put that one side.
I've also got a little bowl for my milk,
a brush, and two pieces of paper.
So, let me pour out some of my milk. There we go.
Oh, spilt a bit!
No point crying over it, though!
And I'm going to draw this car.
So let me just pop that over there.
I'm going to start drawing my car.
-So, I see some pictures behind you. Is that your works of art?
Whose is whose?
Mine is the snowman behind Myles.
Ah, it's an awesome snowman!
And the other one there is a picture of the Art Ninja!
An Art Ninja?
That's what I like to see on the wall!
So, a couple of tips here - because you can't really see
what you're doing, is to lean back like that,
so the milk catches the light,
so you can see a bit more of your drawing.
Also, I'm putting quite a bit of milk on the brush,
and I'm using a very nice, thin brush.
Another tip is to concentrate!
What would you draw if you had invisible paint?
A secret code or something, so that means if they are...
able to see the invisible paint,
they still won't be able to crack the code.
That's two levels of encryption.
First of all it's invisible, and then when you can see it,
it doesn't make any sense!
How's it looking?
You can't see it, can you?
-No, not at all!
I do see a little bit of it.
Now I'm going to use a little trick to reveal the picture,
so I need my ironing board...
Put it down on my ironing board,
and a piece of paper on top.
This is a great way of sending secret messages to your friends,
or maybe even secret art!
And now, I'm going to iron it.
This will burn the milk and reveal the picture.
Now you need to be careful if you're using an iron at home,
or make sure you've got a guardian or parent to supervise you,
or why not get them to do it for you?
And this works best with full-cream milk, but semi-skimmed is fine.
If you want, just check underneath one corner
to check the milk's cooking.
It does smell, OK?
Now, I'm going to put the iron away and turn it off safely.
I'm going to get rid of my ironing board...
And now you can take off the top piece of paper.
You guys ready to see it?
What do you think of that?
Aah, it turned out really well.
I think my secret milk car picture is "udderly" brilliant,
and deserves a frame.
What mark would you give it?
Ha! I spy what you did there!
Thanks for your suggestion, guys. Bye-bye.
Finally, I can eat some cheese!
I've been thinking - you had a lot of strange dreams, right?
-And you've been eating a lot of this?
What can I say? I'm going through a little bit of a cheese phase!
-And have you been eating it late at night?
Well, that explains the dreams!
But it just tastes so good!
Let's take pictures with our dream cheeses.
-CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKS Woo!
CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKS
RICKY YAWNS Oh, I'm tired after that.
-I think I'm seeing things.
-Don't worry, I know this guy.
I'm OK, man.
It's the Grand Master.
Good to see you. Sorry, yawn coming.
Sorry about that.
Step number 101 to enlightenment.
Ruminate mammal for room illumination.
Ah. Sheep lamp.
Apparently counting sheep is good for sleep.
Yeah, let's go!
Get a clean plastic milk bottle.
Cut it in half.
Careful, dudes. Plastic can be sharp.
Cut a straight diagonal line.
Paint the milk bottle lid...
..and four smaller ones.
Glue cotton wool to the plastic with PVA.
This blob's the sheep's tail.
Glue on the four bottle tops for feet.
Use strong glue, dudes.
Put the lid back on for the nose.
Stick on ears...
..and a tongue.
Put the battery-operated lights inside
and push the two halves together.
Illuminating and ruminating.
Sheep of light for sleeping at night.
Lesson 101 complete.
Nice one, Grand Master.
You are most welcome.
Sheep are making me sleepy.
Here's a quick art tip of how to draw someone sleeping.
I'm going to start with the head.
So have a nice, big, wide mouth, cos he's going to be snoring.
HE MIMICS SNORING
A little nose,
little Us for his eyes to show that they're closed
and slightly raised eyebrows.
It looks like he's relaxed.
I'm going to have the arms down like this,
just coming over the line of the duvet.
The pillow behind his head.
Draw the bedposts up here.
Now the bottom bedposts,
cos they're going to be the thing closest to me.
The bed goes down like that.
Couple of his feet in bed.
And how do you know someone's sleeping in a drawing?
Draw some Zs.
Little snorey marks.
There you go.
Another quick art tip.
Now go to the website and get your ninja on.
Ricky makes top-secret art that's difficult to decipher, the Grand Master makes an illuminated mammal, and things get cheesy with some dairy selfies.