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Foodie Ninja Skills

Ricky makes art in nine minutes. Ricky makes treats including an ice cream pinata, and he has a clever use for baby oil when drawing a bowl of fruit.


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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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Having ninja skills is cool.

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As cool as...

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the Art Ninja ice cream pinata. Arriba!

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It's just as mouthwatering as a real ice cream.

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So I'm going to start with a nice big bit of card.

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And I'm going to draw out my ice cream shape.

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Some nice, round, bubbly ice cream.

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The chocolate stick there.

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And then complete the cone.

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A pinata is a decorated container that you hit to release sweets.

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But you know that, right?

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I'm using quite thick card here,

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as I want getting those sweets out to be a bit of a challenge.

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I'm going to need two of these.

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So I ninja another one.

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Lovely.

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I've cut some strips of card.

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They're about ten centimetres in width.

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And these are going to be the sides of my ice cream.

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I'm putting them together using sticky tape.

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Going to start from that little edge there.

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You don't want to use too much tape, as then it might be too strong

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and you won't be able to get any sweets out of it.

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And now I'm starting to go around the top of the ice cream,

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so I'm just curling around these pieces of card

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to help them bend round those parts.

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If you're finding this bit quite tricky,

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just get someone to give you a hand.

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Now, before I put on the other side,

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I need to make a hole so I can hang it up.

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So I put a bit of clay down to protect the table.

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Get some string here, pop it through,

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and I'm going to tie a nice big knot

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so it doesn't slide back through the hole I've made.

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There we go.

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Now I can stick on the top piece.

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We're not going all the way round the top of this chocolate stick,

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cos that's going to be where I put the sweets in.

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I've left a little flap here to open and close.

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And now I can decorate it,

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with some tissue paper.

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I've cut it into strips

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and I'm going to make them into repeated patterns.

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So we fold it in half, half again...

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In half again.

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Just going to cut round one end to make it curved.

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And this yellow one will become the ice cream cone.

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And I folded this so that when I unravel it

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I've got the same pattern going all the way along.

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And now I'm going to do a similar thing with the other two colours,

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but a slightly different pattern.

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This is going to give me a nice wavy line for some sauce.

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Last, and certainly not least,

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the white is going to become the ice cream.

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Cut some slits up the side of it, about halfway up.

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Lovely fluffy ice cream.

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I need loads of these to cover my ice cream.

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So I ninja some more.

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I'm going to start with the yellow

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as that's going to be my ice cream cone.

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As I stick these down I'm overlapping them

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to give a feathered effect.

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OK, now I'm going to move on to the ice cream.

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I want it to be lower at one end, so it looks like it's spiralling round.

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Time to add some strawberry sauce.

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And I'm sticking these down between the layers of the ice cream.

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I've got some brown tissue paper for the chocolate.

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As I'm sticking this down I'm creasing it

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to give it the texture of chocolate.

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Remember, you don't want to seal this bit.

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Now I can fill it full of sweets.

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Mmm-mmm!

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Now I can hang it up.

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Beautiful.

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Right...

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I'm off to go and get something to hit it with.

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Time to hit the pinata.

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Don't fancy an ice cream?

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Here are some other sweet designs.

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A lovely flamingo.

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And a beautiful beehive,

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complete with buzzy bees.

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Here's something equally tasty.

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But I wouldn't eat it.

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What can I help you with?

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Ricky, can you make art with a mirror?

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I can't see myself doing that, not today.

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Aw...

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-BOTH:

-Hi, Ricky.

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Hey, it's Sam and Mark.

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No wind-ups, all right?

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We just wondered if you could make something out of these eggs.

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Here, catch!

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Oh... I knew it was a rubber egg!

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Anyway, I can't make anything with this. Are you having a laugh?

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Erm...yeah.

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That's kind of what we do.

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Fair enough.

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-BOTH:

-Ricky!

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What have these guys got?

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Ricky, can you make art with this oil?

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OK.

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I choose you.

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Yay!

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What are your names?

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I am Emily.

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And I am Lilian.

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Nice to meet you, guys. And where are you from?

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-Wales.

-Oh, lovely.

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I'm going to grab a few more things.

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I'll be right back.

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Right, guys.

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I've got a piece of paper, a couple of bowls and some cotton buds,

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and a little bit of kitchen towel. Let's put that over there.

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And I've also got some colouring pencils and a pen,

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cos I'm going to do a still life of this bowl of fruit.

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So I'm going to start by drawing a sketchy line drawing of the bowl.

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So, do you guys like to do art?

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-BOTH:

-Yeah.

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What kind of thing do you do?

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I drew a wolf, once.

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A wolf is my favourite animal.

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When you're drawing still life, it's always important to look

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more at your subject than you do at your paper.

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It's all about studying it.

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Now, I'm using pen to do my sketch,

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and you'll find out why later.

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OK, guys, do you want to see how the sketch is looking so far?

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-BOTH:

-Yes, please.

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Here you go.

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Whoa...

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You think it looks good now?

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Well, it's going to look even better when I've added some colour.

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That is art!

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Thanks, guys.

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These are just normal colouring pencils,

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and I'm just going to scruffily add some colour.

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What fruit should I do next?

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-Orange.

-Grapes.

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-Orange!

-Grapes!

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Why don't I try and do both?

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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Double handed colouring!

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Risky!

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Starting with the lighter colour on the orange,

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and I'm just giving the bottom parts of the grapes a little bit of shadow

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there, and I'm going to come back with the lighter one on that one.

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OK, I'm going to go back to one-handed.

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Going to add some darker orange.

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And I'm just really sketchily doing it,

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because I've got a trick up my sleeve with that oil.

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So I'm adding a lot of different colours that you wouldn't

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think you'd find on here.

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But if you look very closely, there are little bits of blue

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and purple in parts of the pineapple.

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It's surprising what colours are hiding in there.

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You're doing it so arty!

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-Yeah.

-And cool.

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I'm really hoping it's going to be pretty cool.

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So now I've coloured in my picture with pencils,

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it's time to use the oil.

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This oil is not for babies today.

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I'm going to use little cotton buds.

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I'm going to dip it in the oil,

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get the excess oil off,

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and then I'm going to start fading and blending in the colours.

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All the separate sketchy colours are now blending in,

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all nice and smooth,

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giving it a lovely paint effect.

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And when I'm changing colours,

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I'm using either the other end of the cotton bud

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or a new cotton bud, so you don't smudge the colours together.

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And the reason I used a permanent pen earlier

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is because the oil doesn't make the ink run.

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So I'm making my way down the pineapple now.

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And all the other sort of colours you wouldn't expect to see there

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are blending in nicely to create shadows and some highlights.

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Now I'm just finishing up by just blending in the bowl.

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OK, girls, are you ready to see it?

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-BOTH:

-Yeah.

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What do you make of this?

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It's really cool!

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Ah, yeah!

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Do you know what? I'm so happy with it,

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I think it deserves a frame.

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So, what would you guys give it out of 10?

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We give it a bunch of tens!

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Oh, like a bunch of grapes!

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I "vitamin C" what you did there!

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Thanks for your suggestion, guys. You've been awesome! Bye-bye!

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Bye, Ricky!

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Now go to the website, and get YOUR ninja on!

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Art Ninja!

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Ricky makes art in nine minutes. Ricky makes treats including an ice cream pinata, and he has a clever use for baby oil when drawing a bowl of fruit with the ninja apprentices.