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banzemanga 2 years ago
Sugar? Looks more like honey to me.
fixento2 2 years ago
Geekster (admin) 2 years ago
Sugar art level: ASIAN
#1 dude, you've never seen how melted sugar looks like ? take a spoon and put some sugar in it and keep it above some fire, you will see what I'm talking about
when I was little I was doing that sort or thing but I was also putting a tooth pick in the spoon in the melted sugar and waited for it to cool down, and then got out the melted sugar out of the spoon, all melted in one piece with the tooth pick in it as some sort of handle and that's how I was making myself some sort of lolly-pop I know I know, maybe sounds silly, but what the heck...I was just a kid
--O --O --O ---O lolly-pops
imagic 2 years ago
you don't eat this,,, you put it on the wall !!
Burimi 2 years ago
#3 or put the sugar in a metal cup and melt it on a fire, after get melt put some water and boil it, perfect hot drink.
ValdeLevis 2 years ago
#4 if you put that on your wall,,, your amazing artwork might attract unwanted admirers, like ants!!
loadrunner 2 years ago
He holds the hot metal part with his bare hands :o
cyberdevil 2 years ago
First half minute of the video I was thinking that it really doesn't look very artistic, lmao, the drawing hadn't even started! Reminds me of the doodles I do with syrup every time I eat a pancake, though this is obviously much much better. Good video.
bonzenbrunzer 2 years ago
to #4: it is incredibly difficult to keep sugar art as the air moisture weakens it...
I believe this was made to eat. If you want to see real sugar art, google: sucre tiré. It means pulled sugar in french, that's like 100 times more artistic than this.
I'm a belgian chef en did things like this before... i can make roses and stuff which are the basic techniques, but really, google: sucre tiré, you'll be amazed.
smi 2 years ago
STOP licking my art.
skeletron 2 years ago
how the hell do you concentrate on art when all of those saxophones are having sex in the background?!?!
theclone 2 years ago
do jaja! ))
gunsnroses 2 years ago
fucking WOW! was not expecting that! Thumbs up!!
esona 2 years ago
WOW.These street artist come up with some amazing ways to show there talents.
SvyasMD 2 years ago
BECAUSE THATS HOW YOU GET ANTS!!!
RandurSource 2 years ago
That's what I would like my drawings in Drawsomething to look like, but eventually it becomes a messy drawing on my side.
This is top class!
I like the spinning wheel to choose the design, by Chance
and then a kid on the back of a bike gets to eat the art...
2 years ago
640 x 480 px
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