Bradley

  • Fire in TV Pranks
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    In this video you'll see and old man putting out TV fire!!!
  • Winged Nativity Watercolor painting
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    In this video we are painting the snow bird from the "Winged Nativity" watercolor. What you see here is sped up 16 times (with a couple of slower sections). These tools are used in this video: * Winged Nativity is a 10.5"x13.5" watercolor on Arches 140 lb watercolor paper. It was taped to a piece of masonite with Kraft paper tape. * Watercolor brand: Old Holland * Masking fluid: Incredible White Mask liquid frisket. * Brushes: various small round brushes by American Painter and Cotman, ranging from sizes 0 to 6, and an ancient fuzzed-out white brush that says "2/0 Royal."
  • How to Melt Metal With Your Fingers
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    Have you ever dreamed of melting down a metal with nothing more than your fingers? Here is your chance. Gallium is a fun metal capable of breaking down to a liquid at 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Lets take a look at the video and see what kinds of fun we can have with it. Once you apply 85.5 degrees of fahrenheit into it, it will melt. For example if we start with a cup of 95 degrees of water, the galium in solid form would start dripping down into liquid form once we dip it it. This creates a pool of awesomeness. Enjoy the video!
  • Make Your Amazing Waterproof Sand
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    In this fun and awesome video we are going to replicate a chemical agent thats used to bulk up oil. You know when the oil drops to the bottom of the ocean floors, we can collect it. So we are going to make that and play with it. This sand is called hydrophobic sand or in another words: sand that is definitely scared of water. But as a side effect, it has no problem with oil. Watch the video to create a hydrophobic substance that can clean up oil spills, give you awesome visuals, and quite possibly hours of fun.
  • Make Stone From a Cup of Milk
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    In this video we are going to turn milk into a hard plastic, nearly a strong stone. First we need one warm cup of milk. We are goinig to heat it in a microwave for 30 seconds and then measure of the corrected milk. The second item we need is one spoon of vinegar. Basically, for every cup of milk you use, add 1 tablespoon of vinegar and you can make a much larger batch. Mix it together and strain out the curds that form. Once you dry it you can mold it into any shape you desire, but let it dry for a couple days first!
  • Paint American Flag
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    Have you ever thought about how often an artist has to paint drapery? Drapery is the art term for folds and wrinkles in fabric. In this video were going to paint some extra tough drapery: the American flag. Painting with watercolor is difficult so we decided to solve this problem with masking fluid. The stripes are easier, but the flags wrinkles pose their own challenges. Used materials: * Paper: 9"x12" 140 lb. watercolor paper by The Langton * Preliminary drawing: 4H Derwent Graphic pencil. * Palette: Eldajon from Jerrys Artarama * Masking fluid: Incredible White Mask liquid frisket * Main colors: cadmium yellow light, cadmium red light, alizarin crimson, cadmium yellow medium, cerulean, ultramarine blue, thalo blue, dioxazine mauve, and sepia
  • Making of sugar glass for decoration
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    INGREDIENTS 3 cups white sugar (must be white granulated sugar) 1 cups light corn syrup 1 cup water 1 tablespoon lemon, or other flavored extract-( make sure that you use a non colored extract or it will tint the finished product) blue food coloring (I used about 10 drops of McCormick food coloring) First of all stir together the white sugar, corn syrup, and water. Remove it from heat and stir in flavored extract and food coloring, if desired. You can use any color and here we use a blue color to show a frozen glass. Pour onto a greased cookie sheet. Let cool, and break into large pieces that resemble broken ice. Store in an airtight container.
  • How to play a solo slap bass
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    In this video were going to play a slap bass. To play a solo take your time and take it easy. Start with esy slaps and take your time and leave a lot of space. If the song is in the key of E, and you know your pentatonique E scale, you can work all over the instrument. In the video weer using a lot of syncopation and popping. So syncopation, put it where you aint, so you wanna play around the drama. Using all the techniques youve learned before, make a good solo.
  • Draw a Beautiful Cat
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    This drawing is called "Bunny in the Sun" and it is is a 10" x 8" pencil drawing on 100 lb. Canson vellum Bristol paper. In this video we are using a variety of pencils. Bun was a small 7 lb cat and beacuse of this her head always seemed a bit too large for her body. In fact it made her more cute, like a disney character. Bun was the best girl and she was always so sweet and interested in everything others did. She was such a smart girl.
  • Great Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac
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    COMMAND+TAB: By using these two buttons it lets you cycle through the different apps you have opened. COMMAND+SPACEBAR: This shortcut will open spotlight in the top right corner of the screen. In spotlight you can search anything on your computer. So its really quick to lunch the spotlight by using this keyboard shortcut. COMMAND+Q: This shortcut helps you to quit programs. So if youre in firefox and youre done using it and you want to quit, you can use Command and then Q...
  • Practice Chakra Meditation
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    Chakra meditation is a very powerful meditation practice. It enables us to release blockages in different psychologies of our life. The chakras are areas of north plexuses that move up the spine from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. They will present different thigs, from bottom its food shuletr, basic needs. Then it moves to our romantic and creative relationships. Then up to the ego. Then to our heart, to our throat, to our third eye and into our crown of the head which is the connection to the universe.
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