Chào mấy ba, hôm nay là sanh thần của mình :)) Tính làm cái video gì đấy đặc biệt nhưng mà đang chán đời quá :)) Đứa nào chọc chọc là tui đi đường quyền liền á :)) Tính ra ko biết bao nhiêu năm rồi chưa thổi nến cầu nguyện luôn :)) Năm nay cũng ko thổi, quay video tối tới giờ chỉnh sửa, đăng, làm phụ đề đến trưa chiều.
Sau đấy đi ngủ là hết ngày sinh nhật năm nay :)) Hy vọng rằng năm sau sẽ ko còn chuyện gì, ko còn buồn chán, mệt mỏi hay gì cả.
Để thổi nến cầu nguyện 1 lần xem thử :)) Món cơm này đơn giản mà ngon lắm.
Mọi người cho vào tô 1 chén cơm đầy + 1 chút muối và 1 quả trứng Sau đấy các bác trộn đều trứng với cơm lên Trộn đến khi trứng tan hết, cơm rời rạc ko còn dính nhau nữa là okay.
Lúc này cơm khá ướt nheee Làm theo kiểu này khi chiên cơm sẽ rời rạc ko bị vón cục, giống như ngoài quán người ta hay bán ấy Cần ít hành lá, mình dùng hành boaro vì đi siêu thị ko có hành em bé :)) Ai ko thích thì dùng tỏi, tỏi thì siêu ngon luônnnnnnn á Lúc mà chán mình hay xem mấy video nấu ăn lắm :)) Cảm giác xem ng khác nấu ăn nó thích thích thế nào ấy.
Nhất là mấy kiểu ASMR, rất là thoải mái luôn.
Nhiều lúc đói thấy bà nội mà vẫn bị cuốn hút ko thể ko coi các bác ợ :))) Cho 1 ít dầu ăn vào chảo, chảo đẹp như mình thì mấy bạn ko có dồi.
Nên dùng đỡ chảo xí xí cũng đc :)) Sau đấy mn cho chỗ hành đã cắt nhỏ lúc nãy vào.
Đảo cho nó thơm hoặc hơi vàng là đc nha Tiếng này kích thích vãi chưởng :))) Nghe sướng hết cả tai :v Sau đấy mn cho cơm trộn trứng lúc nãy vào chiên Nhớ làm tơi cơm ra nha mấy ba, đừng dùng lực nhấn bẹp cơm nhá :))) Làm cho cơm tơi ko bị vón cục là đc Nghe tiếng thích vãiiiiiii.
Nhớ chiên cơm để lửa hơi lớn 1 chút nha.
Đảo liên tục cho cơm khô và chín đều Sau đấy mình sẽ quay cảnh lấy chai xì dầu để khoe đống chai xịn :))) Cho vào cơm tầm 1-2 thìa xì dầu, tùy khẩu vị mỗi người hén Đảo đều thêm 2-3 phút nữa là okay các bác Và coi tui thể hiện đây :)) Đĩ ngựa hất hất, mặt ko thèm nhìn kiểu chảnh chó vãi chưởng :)) Tay còn đút túi nữa chứ :)) Nhìn muốn đấm ghê ko.
Nhưng mấy ba làm gì làm đc như tui :))) Khoe thêm cái “rặn” tiêu này nữa :)) Thêm ít tiêu vào cho thơm nhá mn, chút thôi là đc.
Tiêu làm đồ ăn thơm lắmmmm Chồi ôi nhìn đã ngon rồi mà mở ra nó còn thơm vl nữa chứ :)) Nhưng nói chung vẫn thua tau hết nha :)) Cơm nóng hổi.
Bên ngoài trứng bọc rất thơm, kèm thêm vị của xì dầu nữa.
Bên trong cơm dẻo daiii gất là ngon luôn á Bên ngoài khô ráo, cơm rời từng hạt nhưng khi ăn ko bị khô nha các bác.
Vẫn mềm dẻo dai ngon lắmmm Vừa dễ vừa ngon, nguyên liệu lại đơn giản nên thử làm liền đi mấy ba.
Mất tầm 10-15 phút thôi à Hôm nay là sanh thần của tui nên mấy ba hãy hành động đi :)) Đừng chúc ko thôi mà hãy đăng ký, chia sẻ video giúp tui đi :))) Để cho tui vui tí coi, cho cuộc đời bớt hành hạ mình đi :)) Ai theo dõi mình lâu rồi chắc biết con đường của mình làm Youtube nó lận đận như nào, nhưng đó chỉ là 1 phần :)) Còn nhiều chuyện khác nữa chán đời lắm các bác ợ :)) Nhưng mà ko phải chuyện gì cũng đem lên mạng xã hội kể lể đc, nên rất là mệt mỏi ấy :)))MÀ thôi nói chung chúc mình rồi thì nhớ chia sẻ video này để chúc cho ý nghĩa nhaaaa :)))Cảm ơn mấy ba rất nhèooo.
Xin chào tất cả mọi người! Chào mừng mọi người trở lại với kênh Cô Em Trendy.
Video ngày hôm nay sẽ có một chủ đề rất là thú vị đấy là “TỦ ĐỒ MÙA LỄ HỘI CỦA LINH” :-* Khoảng thời gian cuối năm là thời gian mà Linh thích nhất trong năm, bởi vì chúng mình có rất nhiều ngày lễ như: lễ Giáng Sinh, Năm Mới.
Đây cũng là thời điểm mà sẽ có rất là nhiều bữa tiệc hay sự kiện ^^ Trời ơi Linh thích mê luôn :-*** Chỉ có khoảng thời gian này trong năm thì mới được mặc những bộ đồ màu sắc lấp lánh thôi.
Và thế là ngay đầu tháng này Linh đã đi dạo shopping 1 vòng để chọn ra 1 vài outfits cho mùa lễ hội năm nay.
Đây các bạn có thể thấy là kha khá món đồ lấp lánh và màu sắc ở đây rồi m/ Thế nên bây giờ hãy cùng Linh biến hóa cho mùa lễ hội lần này nhé ^^ Đầu tiên và cũng không thể thiếu, chắc chắn là đồ lấp lánh rồi :-* Đi cùng với khuyên tai đính đá bản to Và đi giày Khoan đã Áo tank top lụa thế này rất dễ làm bạn khó xử không sao cả, chỉ cần băng dính hai mặt là có thể giúp bạn an toàn trong mọi tình huống rồi.
Rất nhanh và tiện đúng không 😀 Một đôi sandals đá là must have trong tủ đồ đấy nha! Xong, một outfit đi tiệc cho cô nàng nữ tính Nếu thích kín đáo thì có thể khoác thêm một chiếc blazer nữa nhé! Đó trong chớp mắt bạn trở thành cô nàng thanh lịch ngay lập tức 😀 Outfit bling bling thứ 2 là đanh cho cô nàng cá tính.
Đây một chiếc đầm tay bồng sequin cực kì nổi bật, chiếc đầm này thiếu gì nhỉ? Một chiếc thắt lưng đi, sequin ánh vàng thì nên đeo thắt lưng màu gold nhé.
Mọi người trông thấy cao và tôn dáng hơn chưa? Đi cùng một đôi khuyên tai đá bản vuông thì rất hợp luôn <3 Linh lựa chọn boots đen mạnh mẽ cho outfit này.
Đó mọi người có thể thấy cùng lúc kín đáo nhưng vẫn sexy đúng không ? Để chắc chắn lựa chọn của Linh cho 1 bữa tiệc tối nổi bật và mạnh mẽ.
Giáng sinh thì chắc chắn phải có màu đỏ rồi .
Sequin kết hợp với màu đỏ nổi bật thế này siêu hợp với những bữa tiệc quẩy tới bến m/ Choker bản to là item cực hot mùa này chứ không còn là choker bản nhỏ nữa và bên ngoài ấm áp, bên trong lấp lánh là đây.
^^ Menswear thì có bling-bling được không nhỉ? Chọn điểm nhấn là gấu quần thế này sẽ làm outfit của bạn thú vị hơn nhiều đấy! Nếu không đeo kính thì chọn một đôi khuyên tai màu bạc như thế này để matchy với tank top và thắt lưng nhé.
Lần này thì thay đổi một chút với màu hồng Magenta đang on trend mùa này nhé! Cùng 1 chiếc quần nhưng phối với 1 chiếc áo tank top lệch vai sẽ có 1 look khác hẳn ^^ Nhớ lựa chọn phụ kiện cùng tông để outfit không có quá nhiều màu nhé! Và bí quyết là phải có một chiếc kính mắt mèo màu hổ phách trong tủ đồ đó -, – Còn nếu muốn bánh bèo nữ tính một chút thì đây.
sandals nhũ bạc, khuyên tai đá lấp lánh, và áo tay bồng.
Đây cũng là 1 outfit phù hợp để đi hen hò nữa đấy <3 Tiếp theo là Tweed, chất liệu không thể thiếu trong tủ đồ mùa đông.
Thay đổi một chút với eyeliner màu xanh biển Hmm.
Có gì đang không ổn nhỉ? Thay khuyên tai đi! Khuyên tai logo matchy với vòng cổ và túi Chanel Gabrielle ánh bạc.
Chất liệu tweed ánh nhũ sẽ trẻ trung hơn chất liệu tweed trơn và hợp với những bữa tiệc sang chảnh.
Outfit này đã rất nhiều chi tiết rồi nên bên trong chỉ cần một chiếc tank top trơn thôi nhé! Và cuối cùng là Tweed cùng với Jeans Linh mặc bên trong 1 chiếc áo corset trắng, cùng với 1 chiếc quần dáng mom jeans, áo blazer tweed có chi tiết ánh vàng, cùng giày mũi nhọn màu gold.
Thêm 1 chiếc kính mắt màu xanh và một chiếc túi lấp lánh màu xanh nữa 😀 Màu xanh blue đang là xu hứơng mùa này nên nhớ sắm cho mình ít nhất 1 món màu xanh trong tủ đồ nhé! Và đó là những lựa chọn của linh trong dịp Holiday này.
Cảm ơn tất cả các bạn đã xem và ủng hộ cho video này của Linh Nếu bạn thấy thích thig hãy LIKE và để lại COMMENT bên dưới nhé! BYEEEEEEEEE <3.
Do you recognize a filmmakerswork from a single frame? [Gunshot sounds] What makes this shot, so iconic? Today, we're going to look at theformal techniques and directing style of David Fincher movies.
My philosophy isshot seven takes.
Now let's start.
It takes, titanium andaluminum and steel and glass that you do one thing, impart feeling to everyone in theaudience at the exact same time, and that's the magic of cinema.
And how those techniquesused in combination, creates such memorableand striking films.
[Intro Music: “David Fincher Movies”] Before we get started, make sure you subscribeto our channel and click the bell formore filmmaking techniques.
Let's get into it.
David Fincher movies dealwith dark subject matter and this video containsexamples of graphic content.
You've been warned.
Fincher goes out of his way toprovide an immersive experience, and he builds his worldsone detail at a time.
We're going to show youseven key areas of focus, so that you can see, how every little decisionmakes up the entire picture.
Let's break down Fincher'scinematic language.
“The first rule of Fight Club is:You do not talk about Fight Club.
” First, let's talk about — Story.
Fincher`s power is deception.
But how deep doesthis deception go? And what effect does thishave on the audience? Our narrator in Fight Club isso successful at deception, he's deceivedhimself completely.
-Because we're the same person.
In House of Cards, are we objective spectators toFrank Underwood rise to power, or are we also susceptibleto his manipulation? I chose money over power.
In this town a mistakenearly everyone makes.
Money is the McMansion in Sarasota thatstarts falling apart after 10 years.
Power is the old stone buildingthat stands for centuries.
I can not respect someone whodoesn't see the difference.
Gone Girl is the ultimateexample of “he said she said.
” The ocean of lies and deceptionis impossible to navigate.
For Fincher, there is absolutelya dark side to humanity and sometimes thatdarkness wins.
“If you kill him.
He will win.
” Next, let's talk aboutProduction Design.
Production design is allabout the look of a film and there are few better-lookingfilms than Fincher`s.
[Music] The locations, wardrobe, props, his attention to detail isrumored to border on obsessive.
For example, Fight Club tells the story of a manunsatisfied with the life he's living.
And the seduction ofa very different life where rules andexpectations disappear.
Fincher presents these contrastingworld views within the sets.
Witness the lifeless monotonyof the narrator's home and his workspace.
Then our hero meets.
-Tyler Durden -the antidote to his misery.
Tyler has transcendedthe prison of conformity and embraced purepersonal freedom.
-Fuck off with you.
Sophie units and stringgreen stripe patterns.
I say, stop being perfect.
And this lawlessness isembodied in Tyler's decrepit and discarded houseon Paper Street.
It's a rotting place, with walls shedding their skins and leaking ceilingsgripping rusty water.
This is the furthest thing from the Ikea model home thatnarrator thought he wanted.
And it is the perfect birthplacefor the new man he will become.
Remember, that a character isdefined by their environment.
Fincher and his art departmentare meticulous about it.
Next — Color.
David Fincher is nota colorful director.
Locations are typically colorgraded to a uniform shade, either Green, Blue or Red.
But without question, Fincher`s favoritecolor is yellow.
There are dozens of instances when he tints aninterior nighttime scene with yellow light.
This is so consistent, in fact, that when Fincher doesinclude a contrasting color, it stands out that much more.
It means something.
Let`s look at thisscene from “Gone Girl.
” -Because you know, my wife disappeared from our home on themorning of July 5th.
-Notice, how color can drawour eyes and our attention.
All eyes are on Nick.
Amy's parents are bothin brown a neutral tones as is the background.
Amy's parents representa united front, dedicated fightingtheir daughter.
Nick's blue shirt standsout like a sore thumb, and the suspicionaround him is instant.
-If anyone out therehas any information, please come forward.
-Nick is not visually connectedto them or their cause.
He is alone, and remains the primary suspect.
If you're interested inapplying color theory, like Fincher does toyour own projects, check the descriptionfor a free ebook that provides film color palettesfrom some of your favorite films.
Let's move on.
[Music] Fincher accomplishes a lot ofstorytelling with his camera.
A rack focus to capture acharacter's realisation.
-Mark! -He turns to live-actionplay out in wide frames, cutting to inserts andclose-ups, only when necessary.
Fincher doesn't movethe camera very often, but when he does thereis always a purpose.
A tiny pan here, and ever so slight tilt there.
It is all about identifyingwith the character.
If they move, we move.
What is mastery of thecamera goes a step further.
How does Fincher move the camera tosuggest a character's mental state? In “Panic Room”, we have two shots that illustrate a very specificmental state – claustrophobia.
In these early scenes, Meg is taking atour of a new house.
-We like to call it a”town stone” built-in 1879.
-When the realtor showsMeg the Panic Room.
-It's called a Panic Room.
-And closes the door.
It is here that we learn aboutMeg`s fear of compact spaces.
The camera pans around her whilezooming in, compressing space.
You could feel the air beingsucked out of the room.
-Oh my god.
Old Sydneydidn`t miss a trick, did he? -Open it, please.
-And with kids like he's apparently got, no wonder he wanted a place to hide.
-Please open the door.
-That is highly inappropriate.
-Open the door, please.
-We get a reversal of this shotat the very end of the film.
Now that Megan haddaughter have survived their harrowing home invasion.
They are free of the PanicRoom, and the house altogether.
The camera executes a dolly zoom by pushing forwardwhile zooming out.
The character staythe same size, but the world aroundthem opens up.
All of the tension andclaustrophobia is now released.
The effect is subtle, but meaningful.
Fincher often uses cameramovements to align us with his charactersinternal states.
His camera movementstend to be a subtle, or as grand as hischaracters behavior.
Next, let's talk about Editing.
Fincher edits withthe audience in mind.
If the characternotices something, we see what they see.
When a character makesconnections in their head, we are able to followtheir train of thought through purposeful shotcomposition and editing.
Here is a great example ofhow to construct a scene using a combination offraming, blocking and editing.
Arthur Leу Allen is suspectedto be the Zodiac Killer when he is brought to aroom to answer questions.
This scene is all about thedetective's suspicions of Allen.
He is the focus.
We begin with a POV shot of what Alan seeswalking into the room.
Allen, I'm inspector Bill Armstrong, it`s inspector Dave Toski and Sergeant Jack Mulanax.
We're investigating the Zodiacmurders in San Francisco in Vallejo.
-When the men sit, they are positioned purposefully creating two opposing sides here and here.
-Have you ever read or heardanything about the Zodiac? -When it was first in paper, but I didn't follow thatto those first reports.
-The scene is edited throughvarious perspectives.
-I told all this tothe other officer.
-Which other officer? -Depending on who is talking and who is listening.
-I told him that I'd goneto Salt Point that weekend.
-When Allen crosses his legs, we cut to a low angle shot in the same frame we can see detectiveMulanax notice the boot.
We know what kind ofboots the Zodiac wears and when he notices the boot, we notice the boot.
A similar moment happenswhen detective Taski notices Allen's zodiac watch.
We have a close-up of Task`sattention being drawn to Alan's wrist.
Followed immediately by aPOV insert of the watch.
Again, we see these moments through the eyes of a detective.
It engages our imagination and we become the detectives.
-I guess, I was there around that time.
I used to go down there a lot.
-We are given a quicklypaced series of shots.
This creates a controlledlogical momentum that keeps the audience engaged and propels the story forward.
We've created a breakdown, shot-by-shot, spec by spec.
The link is in the description.
This is an area where David Finchertypically has a light touch.
Beyond the necessary sounds, like a door closing or someone walking.
David Fincher chooses more expressivesound design moments carefully.
A great example, is this scene from “Panic Room.
-As Make makes a daring attempt to retrieve her cell phone whilethe intruders are distracted, the entire momentis tensely drawn out with abstract anddelayed droning sounds.
[Abstract sounds] In “Fight Club, ” when the narratorfirst encounters Marla Singer, a presence in hisworld is disruptive.
As he tries tolisten to the group, the narrator hears a loud click.
When her lighter catches flame, we hear an exaggeratedsound effect, almost like a flamethrower.
Marla has become a threatto the narrator's world.
She is an invader.
And we hear this throughthe sound design.
Perhaps Fincher's best and mostexpressive use of sound design can be found in “Gone Girl.
” When Amy and Desiare making love, make sure the youngones are out of the room because the scene gets messy.
We begin to hear aslow rhythmic pulse.
The sound and image combinationmimics this experience.
Each parts likea bleeding heart.
And when the bleeding slows, the sound slows with it.
Fincher uses soundto creatively align with a character's experience.
If you want to use sounddesign like David Fincher, keep these strategies in mind.
Our final stop.
Let us take a listen toDavid Fincher`s Music.
Music is yet another element thatFincher uses with great purpose.
Their inclusion is eitherthematic or ironic.
For irony, we have the hauntingsubversion of Donovan's “Hurdy Gurdy Man” in “Zodiac.
” -Man, you really creeped us out.
[Donovan – Hurdy Gurdy Man] Or Enya`s peaceful andinnocent “Orinoco Flow” during a torture scene.
[Enya – Orinoco Flow] But he also likes toselect songs with lyrics that echo thethemes of his films.
[Pixies – Where is My Mind?] But let's look at a scene that uses music to suggestcharacter setting and theme.
The Henley Royal Regattain “The Social Network.
” This sequence standsout in Fincher`s work because it is craftedcompletely around the music.
In this case, we have a rendition of “Inthe Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg.
The music is a classicalpiece written in 1875, and matches the rich traditionof the regatta itself, which has beenrunning since 1839.
But this scene takesplace in the mid-2000s, and our story involvesthe tech world.
The composer's – TrentReznor and Atticus Ross took the classical, and recreated it with a mix ofacoustic and electronic instruments.
[Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross -In the Hall of the Mountain King] It is a clash of old and new, classical and modern.
The purpose is to conveythe Winklevoss twins upper-class pedigree, and their competitivepersonalities.
But the Winklevosstwins lose their race.
Just like they are losingtheir battle with Zuckerberg.
[Music] David Fincher is in completecommand of his medium.
” -He understands how techniques, like a moving camera and editing can engage an audience on an emotional andintellectual level.
There are many lessonsto learn from Fincher, and what we've touchedupon here in this video is just the beginning.
Are you inspiredby David Fincher movies? Do you want to continue yourexploration of his techniques? The studio behind a blog, offers numerous articles and videos about filmmaking, and voters like Fincher.
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It's important to takeyour filmmaking seriously, just don't take itas far as John Doe.
“What I've done is goingto be puzzled over, and studied and followed forever.
Delusions of grandeur.
” “You should be thanking me.
” “Why is that, John?” “Because you're going tobe remembered after this.
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? Got-island? Gotland? It's a location located in Sweden and they got inspired by that place Which we've never heard of Well, that's really ladylike So we're super excited about todays video with you guys! So, let's GO! Because of coronavirus, I use my knuckles That's a good tip So for this spring/summer collection, I see a lot of pink They call it “Ash pink” Ash pink, this is like the key color for this collection Pretty much wearing this one with this It's really pretty GoodI love the print It's like they just splashed it They use a lot of neon color this time Ooo, is that a blazer? Ooh, I guess you wear it with this one I think this would be hot for summer, like early spring Sweden, Scotland Scotland? Yeah.
No, she says Sweden Scotland Sweden Scotland Sweden Scotland A few moments later.
Look, it's Sweden! OkaYYyy This is totally Kardashian It actually goes with your- this outfit I think the mannequin wear it like this Yeah, so it's linen material(oooohh) I think it's perfect for summer Colours so juicy, man I like this, like oversize And then maybe wear like strap sandals, right? Look at this dress Could be (inaudible) Oh, it's heavy?It's heavy I love the colour combo It could be a good beach cover Oh, yeah, (right?) it does They are the same design, but a different pattern There's a little keyhole Like hereOh, yeah, right over there So there's another set together and the hem is really interesting It's like almost like a wing Oh my god!What? Yeah, that's good That's why our comb became more gigantic She lost, uh, the smaller one, so now I can't (inaudible) Somebody, QTEE, please give me information where I could buy this kind of comb In a smaller size! Like a portable size This is hilarious Show me your dress, beautiful! Oh my god, look at the flow! And the sleeve is Like you can just go like this, or tie it to give it more volume Okay, sister needs to try this Definitely going to try this one This is really pretty I love the colour scheme! Yeah, beach cream Oh yeah, beach with cream But I think she'll wear like a camisole under Cause it's really sheer Really love the pants It's kinda boyfriend Boyfriend jeans Crochet vest, slightly cropped That's pretty, for layering This is a good beach wearYeah I think generally all the collections They really go well with beach But you can always layer it That would be cute! Right? Yeah, this is really unique too, over here Even like this, yeah Yeah, it's like an early spring look Well, I don't really wear cap because of my bangs but Oh, it's small It's looks way to small Oh, there's a thing hereOh, okay But, it's a nice colour block Yeah, they bend This is my favorite Your earring, really pretty dude It's been a while since we did this kind of bold earring, right? Doing this kind of bold earrings.
Makes your face look smaller Oh my god, that's the best compliment ever in 2020! I really love the fit, the whole fit Yeah, slipper They're the same style but different pattern I like this one better And with my little bagYeah! The suede bag Okay, twirl! I'm gonna try layering this vest on top of here because I think it will work It works!Yeah, it's fun Yeah, if you want a little bit of color Yeah, it was like too beige beige Yeah, you can add some pop of color like this Yeah, it's pretty! Did you break it? Look at these colours, so juicy I just wanna eat it Hoodie, zip up Hoodie We love hoodies I need a bigger size, I like oversized Again, it's like a splash of paint The quality is really nice It's quite thick It's like silky, oh my god Look at the sleeve I wanna try this It has the matching pants This is really pretty Let me try thisOkay My sister has a really pretty butt Every time she wears this, it like accentuates her butt Oh, thank you I think you fit these kinds of pants really nicelyThank you Something that's kind of tight This kind of style really makes your legs look long You should try itSo sheer man I'm wearing fuchsia by the way I'm wearing fuchsia panties Literally, it's this colour What is this two-piece Unfinished hem With the matching pants, oh my god I think overall like these two-piece sets They're like oversize fit Yeah, very oversized To be honest, this is not my style Okay One thing I don't like about these pants It's the length That's like the worst length for us But the colors are pretty Oh, this camera is picking up the color really nicely It's such a pretty blue color So great, look at all these details Oh wait, I think I put it- oh this is the frontYeah, it's the front I love this colour I like, like a rich royal blue color Look at her leg Miles long Wow, you need to get those pants This is like so breathableYeah It stretches like crazy with this This is definitely the pants that you have to wear when you go to the airplane, for a long flight This is like I really should get one of these I hope they come with various colorsBlack YeahI want it in black The boots are really pretty too, is this wood? I think soI think it's wood This is such a pretty topI love the length It's like a little baby doll dress/top Oooo, love the fit! So I like how this blazer is cropped, it's kinda new You rarely wear a blazer that is cropped But I see a lot of cropped blazers these days, so I guess that's a trend for this summer Yeah! (inaudible) at the New York fashion week, right?Yeah And you know also another trend You wear strap sandals and the straps, you tie them on top of the pants Oh, yeah, that ones a trend Here's an example, it's gonna be a trend to spring/summer So you guys might want to try the kind of style But this top I would prefer to have one more snap here YeahCause like, hello? You can see all my business There's a little pad And she's holding the back right now, cause it's really big when you're smaller size The pants are big on her too Yeah, but I like this kind of fit.
Oversize Twirl Love it Pants is my size Yeah, perfect size But this is my favoriteYeah The material is like a slip dress Something that you just go and sleep in The material doesn't stretch, but it's- So comfortable Yeah, that, this is possible It's a pocket, bonus! I just realized, it has like this double layer I love the fit of the pants, like how it flares out I like how it's like a little longer in the back Yeah, just imagine having like, like a brim hat or something Yeah Stop picking your nose Royal blue.
! This is really light Great for like super hot summer Cause like we're just like (inaudible) looks heavy But then the material is actually really light The colors are so pretty! (Inaudible) is actually a zipper You can kinda go like this Oh, yeah, but I think going up is better I love the little slit on both sides Look how cute she is, oh my goodness That is really pretty- okay stop I'm feeling it man Yeah, you look really comfy And this top, the material is so light and breathable.
Perfect for summer I feel like I'm not wearing anything Don't you love this pattern? Yeah Like half of the moon here and the full moon right here How is it in the back? Can I see the back? Oh same This scarf I don't know, we have been enjoying wearing scarves like this Yeah, it's really nice Whoa Thank You H&M Well this one is actually from GiamBattista Valli collection Which is like a few seasons ago Remember the red dress that Qwon wore So many celebrities wore that dress Yeah, we actually missed that party, so they saved this gift for us And this one is from the current collection I like scarves because it can be a good prop for our shooting (photos) Hi gorgeous Sister, wake up Snap out of it! Lip shape Oh, I hoped it was a little bigger so we can put it around our head I think it's a handkerchief rather a scarf Thank you H&M It's like a silk type of materialYeah So this ones from, uhh, today's collection Yes Which is their spring/summer 2020- you noticed the stripes? The beige and the cream Okay, this one is large enough to wrap around our head You know, sure, you can just hang it on the wall So Qwon is very very jet-lagged She's not herself today I'm very sorry QTEES, she'll be back tomorrow So all these spring/summer HM Studio collections gonna be launching tomorrow So if there's an H&M store nearby your place make sure to go and check it out! I personally think they're on this seasons collection's is very nice They're comfortable, stylish, a lot of statement pieces During summer It's like if you wanna look good, but then they're not comfortable Yeah, but still you have you want to be comfortable and breathable These collections have everything Hope you QTEES enjoyed this video, We'll see you guys tomorrow! Bye bye!.
So one of the questions I get almostnon-stop is “how do I find my art style” *awkward pause* jazz hands I've been thinking a lotabout what an art style is and I think I would define it as a collection of theartist's inspirations and their skill level and skillset and their personallazy tendencies that you know influence their art and that's all collectedinside a visual form and you'll notice by that definition anyone who draws hasan art style – I assume when they ask this question what they really mean ishow do they improve upon the art style that they already have so I've come upwith four -*interrupts herself off camera: “actually ignore what I'm saying it's actually a five step processcue the tutorial!” ♪ there's no way to move forward, unless you know where you're at so STEP ONE: so what I want you to do isjust draw a character without looking at any referencesjust put down something on the paper and that is your 'art style' – for the purposesof this video I'm going to pretend that this is my art style so that I can showthat you can literally start from anywhere and use these tips and improve -there is my art style, look at that isn't he a cutie? -whatever you've drawn this is your art style whether you like it or not it'syours, you can let it evolve slowly with you over time and years or we cantake steps to improve it both ways are equally valid but I'm going to talkabout today how to consciously adapt and improve your art style – I've been drawingand forming my art style for about ten years and I've noticed some things thathave happened over that time that I can condense and abbreviate into some easyto follow steps so we've completed step one, we've put our art style down onpaper and we can see it and it's represented in front of us and it'sperfect and it represents your current skill level and like the things thathave inspired you up until this point and if you're comfortable with the waythis looks you can skip the rest of the video, ifnot that's okay that means you have an eye for seeing the flaws in your ownwork and that can definitely help you improve at a faster rate and continue topush yourself in the future – so how can we take our art style to the next step?we're going to hone that desire to improve our artand use it to our advantage, for this we're going to look back at step numberone so the drawing you just made we're gonna look at it and analyze it andfigure out what about this drawing needs to be improved and DON'T SAY EVERYTHING!no, no.
no, no, no.
we're gonna look at one specific thing that we see as the most pressingand important thing to improve upon, for me looking at this, honestly, I like him butI think I'd like to take my art style in a direction that has a bit more form toit because this little guy is looking very thin.
heh – okay for you, you may want toimprove the way you draw eyes or the way you draw hands or legs or things likethat just try and pinpoint one specificelement for me it's going to be form we're going to redraw our picture fromnumber one and really hone it in and try to improve that element that I want toimprove which is form, so his head already has a lot of form but I want togive his body some more dimension and form to it so I'm going to just thickenup these shapes basically and maybe even give him some feet — so whatever you'vedrawn for step two is what you're able to achieve just by thinking about whatyou needed to improve and applying it to your art but you may have realized thatthere's a better way to do this references which leads us to step threelet's look at real-life art is a representation of real life especiallyif you're drawing people like we are today so don't be afraid to look at thesource if you're drawing people look at people if you're drawing houses you lookat houses – back in the height of like the deviantArt days there was this reallyweird stigma about using references you'd often see like in the descriptionof a drawing that someone had posted “no reference used” or “without reference” asif that was some kind of achievement and that looking at references was somehowcheating – I'm not telling you you have to use references to improve but.
clap* actuallyyeah it's gonna help you improve way faster okay? like.
just just do it! – sowe're gonna need some references *snap* here I've printed out some references of somepeople – I was gonna say all different shapes and sizes but they all kindalook very similar don't they? anyway what we're going to do is we'regoing to look at these and apply them to our art – what about real life isdifferent from our art? even the most cartoony of art styles reference reallife in some way so there's nothing wrong with studying the human body andlooking at it and figure out what it looks like you know? so what I'm going todo is redraw one of these references situated here and so we're going to dois we're going to try and redraw that reference – let's take a look at it here – so onething I'm picking up on that I'm looking at in real life that's different from whatI drew here is that I drew the neck the exact same width as the body kind oflike I'd done in number one and number two, the neck is the same width of thebody but if we look at real life we will notice that the neck is much skinnierthan the shoulders so I'm going to apply that to my art style here and we'llnotice that I'm missing a lot of elements that a human body has like earsso we can add some of those and maybe a nose, and hair too! why not? let's give himthis guy's hair – and now that we've started adding form to our characterthere's room to add clothes so we might as well do that – so you'll see there's abit of an evolution here we had our original art style we added some form toit and now we're looking at real life and adjusting what we thought of as formand applying it more of a real life spin to it and the more often you do this andthe more times that you do this you're going to pinpoint different things thatyou notice like maybe the way wrinkles happen on a shirt or the way fingersfall in your hands and like the way you can bend feet and different things soevery time you do this you're gonna pick up on some more things and so Idefinitely recommend doing that over and over and over again however if you'relooking at your number three and it's not really seeing the improvement thatyou want and you're having a hard time recreating that reference onto paperdon't worry just keep practicing but something you can try in the meantimewhich I think will be very helpful let me get this [sketchbooki] out of the way -is instead of printing this out in full color or grayscale as I did you canprint it out at 30% opacity this time I accidentally did it in color but I'm notgonna reprint it again *hehe* I hit the wrong button anyway now you'll see all thepeople on this page are lighter the whiteness of the paper is showingthrough a little bit more and a really good exercise you can do after you'veprinted it out at 30 percent opacity is trace over these characters and onething you can do is you know trace the outside of them like this and try tolike add some muscle memory and realize what the shapes are but what I wouldprefer to do and what I would recommend is to look for the shapes inside thecharacters you can look for circles and squares and of course the line of actionwhere's the weight of the character? what I like to do is look for the non genericlooking shapes, like a 'wobircle' or a 'squiglaure' and just build yourcharacter from there – what do these shapes make you think of? and anyone wholooks at them can see a different shape it's kind of like looking up at a cloudtry to break it down and simplify it – you can even draw a line cross where thefacial features are so you can get an idea of where those lay on the facewhere are the ears compared to like the eyes? and things like that and you can justkeep doing this it's quite fun and this will really help you understand like thestructure of the human body and how you in particular will break it down – and justkeep doing that until you get a pretty good grasp like try using differentshapes like a triangle or circles for the knees and things like that and try to besoft and squishy with your lines ooh! this is a reall-I love this pose becauseyou can see the bottom of the shoe and you can see every time I do a differentpose I'm seeing different shapes and the arms and the legs because of the way thecharacter is bent up.
“bent up?' I guess how the pose is laid out would be a betterway to say that and this is really really fun if you're bored and don'tknow what you draw as well and try making the skeleton as well- what shapes do see in all the different body parts? so there I've done four of theseand you can see I'm finding the different shapes and the way the bodyand the character is laid out so now that I've done that I'm going to givethis guy another go and try to use these shapes that I found like maybe thistriangle or this will 'woblircle' so we know let's do our line of action hereit's just gonna stand there pretty stiff so we have our circle for our head – don'tforget the ears we know the ears line up with theeyebrows at least they have with the characters we were looking at noteverybody's the same of course let's use that 'woblircle' ♪ you'll see after Ihave traced these references and found those shapes inside the human body I cannow apply those to my art and you'll see the difference like the shoulders noware wider than the hips they're not that straight stickman that we started withand there's a little bit more form and volume to our character and even theface changed a bit here I went in a bit more of a realistic direction with theproportions of the face we lost that perfectly round shape that we had before -our hands are still sloppy blobs but you know baby steps – even paid attention towhere some of the wrinkles were and applied that to our art as well so youcan see how our art style is evolving slowly over time here so yeah lookythere I would call that improvement especially since step one – if you aren'tseeing any improvement with your art stick around step three for a little bitlonger you're basically training your wrist andyou're getting that muscle memory and you're understanding the shapes andyou're learning you're teaching yourself these different things and that candefinitely take time so there's no shame in thattake your time luckily arts fun so enjoy the processso what could possibly be step four?! STEAL?! but isn't that plagiarism? yeah step fouris “Steal like an artist” but if you're looking at your art and you're still notthinking that you have an art style what you probably really mean is that your art doesn'tlook like so-and-so's art and I hate to break it to you but umyou're not so-and-so and you never will beand there's nothing wrong with that the world is made of many people and manydifferent art styles and that makes it the fun and creative and diverse placethat it is I mean imagine if everyone just drew the same stickman over andover and over again like no different colors, no variations, museums wouldfeel more like torture chambers – but maybe you're looking at some artists youfollow on Instagram and you just wish you could draw a little bit more likethem and you're feeling an urge to copy them why don't we figure out the rightway to do that so here are some artists that I follow on Instagram that I reallyreally like and of course I will have their information linked in thedescription definitely go check them out look at that gorgeous art oh and you'llsee when you look at this there's many different things that make up an artstyle not just the basic drawings of it put like the width of the line artused or the style of coloring or the medium used for coloring there are manydifferent things that go into an art style and make it upI'm obviously focusing on the basic drawings [or structure] of it so I'm not going to worryabout mediums or variations in the way of line-arting or coloring your drawingyou may have heard that saying “good artists borrow.
great artists steal”whichI googled it and it's accredited to Pablo Picasso but no one knows if heactually said it but basically it comes down to that there's nothing that iscompletely original and the thing that you think is creative is inspired orstems from something that was created before it so to steal like an artistdoesn't mean to plagiarize as it may sound but it means to study and totransform what you see that was created by someone else and then you transformit into something that is new and your own so that's what we're going to donext *clap, clap* a good way to do this is to find an artist that you really really like soI'm just gonna pick one of these let's go with sophiescribble and we're goingto pinpoint one thing we really like about their art style and what I likeis the way that the feet and the hands are really small compared to the headand they sort of like taper down into a point I think that's really really cuteand I would like to incorporate that into this art style that we've got goingon – so we're going to look at it but we're not going to stare at it – so whatwhat did I say in my head? “oh well I like the way the hands and the feet aresmaller than the body” I've put that into words now I can flip it over and I can'tsee it anymore and now I'm going to try and incorporate those elements into myown art style so we've got our head we've got those shapes that we learnedfrom using a reference our 'woblircle' actually it's more like a 'Trilircle.
'I'm drawing this way bigger than that because I'm just terrible at drawingthings the same size more than once but that's fine – we all have our flaws – andso what I'm going to do is I'm going to incorporate what I liked about sophiescribble's art and that is make the hands and the feet really small and every timeyou draw your art style will probably change about it and if you likeit you can keep it and if you don't like it just go back to the way it was it'syour art style and you get to make those decisionsso you'll see every time I draw he's gonna look a little different so youwant those little tiny hands like so and then we need the little tiny feet aswell so we'll tape for them down to a little point – wrinkles – forgotsuspenders — and if we look, flip this over and we look back at sophiescribble's art, wewill see this drawing doesn't look like a direct copywe just took a little bit of an element of their art and applied it to our ownand we can continue to do that with our other inspirations like this onesomething I really like about Anna Cattish's art style is the way they draw ears and ifyou look at it they're very circular and in some of their other illustrations youcan usually see both ears at the same time and that's something that's reallycool about their art style and then the way they draw it ears is they have a bigcircle and then they have like a J shape and that makes the ear so now that I'veput that into words I can kind of visualize it in my head I want to flipit over so I don't see it anymore and then I'm going to apply it to this artthat we've already made – those big round ears, like that -wow, that's cute, I love it and again if we flip this back over itdoesn't look like it's a direct copy of their art style it's just one littleelement that we stole and we've made it at our ownthis is Schmoe Draws and I've always really loved how fluid and expressiveher poses and her characters are so I'd like to incorporate that into our art style, since it's still looking a little stiff kind of ran out of room on this paper soagain we're using those shapes that we learned from the reference I'm going touse a I'm going to use a line of action that's a bit more 'squaggilly' so that hispose will be more 'squaggilly' – we have to follow that again those tiny feet thatwe ripped off SophieScribble and every time I draw this I kind of get a littlebit lazy about certain things that I really liked and I kind of just drawthem softer or quicker and you'll see these faces look very different eventhough they have the same elements and that's because my own wrist movementsare creating different things that are differentiating me from other artistsbecause they're my own little lazy tendencies — you may have noticed on theinterwebs you'll see like an art style that looks so similar to another artistthat you followed that it's almost like assuredly copied you know what I'msaying and I'm not talking about the people whotrace that's completely different the people who like copy almost directlyfrom one specific other artist I think that usually happens among newer artistswho haven't really been around as long and they only have that one inspirationand they think to be an artist they have to draw exactly like that person to beconsidered good because that person has so many more followers than them andthey think if they draw exactly like them they'll get those followers and Ithink that's a very immature mindset and you can look at this artists work andyou can see that each element of their drawing is almost completely copied fromanother artist but even though they've copied every single element it's obviousthat this drawing wasn't made the original artists that they'recopying it from I think there's a lesson in that because it means no matter howmuch we try to copy someone they're still going to be those little spins onit and that are something specific to the artists hands so even when you'recopying someone it's gonna have a little spin out of it that's yours and that isinherently your own and I'm mentioning this because I want to tell you to notjust copy one person you need to research you need to look into all thesedifferent artists and keep your eye open to different artists and inspirationsthat can influence you in their own way the more art we expose ourselves to thebetter our own art style is going to get because even if we're not directlylooking at another art style and trying to pinpoint what we like about theirsand applying it to our own the people that we're following is still going toinfluence our art in little subconscious ways and that's never gonna be a badthing even though you're copying elements of the art style again itdoesn't look exactly like their art style it's still inherently your ownbecause you're not just tracing it you know I'm also not copying every singleelement of their art style I'm just taking little bits of it andapplying it to our own and when you mismatch a bunch of different artiststogether like an element or two from each of them you can create somethingthat's entirely new and it avoids you looking like you're just a clearanceshelf version of Jackson Pollock so even though I copied from SophieScribble itdoesn't look like their art, and even though we took elements from AnnaCattish's style it doesn't look exactly the same it looks like somethingspecifically our own and then when it came to Schmoe Draws we didn't reallytake any element from it it we more took inspiration from the softness and the fluidity of her poses and we were able to come up with that but again doesn't looklike exactly like their art style it's our own – does that make sense? I'm nottelling you to copy I'm telling you to steal (but not plagiarize) it's differentand I'll even mention that you can do the same thing you did in number threeif you're having a really hard time recreating an element from one of yourfavorite artists you can always print it out at 30 percent opacity andtrace it out I definitely recommend printing out at 30 percent opacityinstead of just tracing it with another piece of paper on top of it because ifyou trace it really well and it looks good and there's like no trace of theold artist there and you trace it and it looks really good you might be temptedto post it online which don't do okay and then you can get that muscle memoryand learn those shapes that this specific artist uses again trace it out- what are the shapes you see in this artist style? you can study this and figure outthe shapes and pay attention to how does this differ from when we tracedreal-life references? look how big those pupils are, isn't that cute? even try to putyour own spin on it like their eyebrows are way up here what if we drew theeyebrows we've been drawing, how does that look on this style? kinda funny *hehe* addsome of your own elements to it they're definitely just a fun exercisewe're not going to be posting these online it's just for study – thereyou go and because I printed it out at 30% opacity you can still see theoriginal drawing there and now I can't really post this online because it'lllook like I traced it because I did because I remember back when I was like6 or 7 and I was tracing little Pokemon drawings out of my Pokemon books like weall have to start somewhere and it's actually really good for teaching yourwrist these specific shapes that's why I don't really frown upon tracing Ijust don't think you should pass it off as your own because obviously it's not -back to the lesson, ahem, class – so what I want to do is take all of these differentthings that we've learned and I'm going to apply it to our very first drawing byredrawing it right next to it which is I guess step 5 “redraw” – this is a good wayto track your progress and see what you've learned in that time but I'mkeeping in mind the form that we added the shapes that we learned from lookingat real life and then the different elements that we 'stole' from the artiststhat inspire us so I know heads have like a 'shircle' shape that round headand our “sqirgle, ' big ears, spenders don't forget those tiny feet, SophieScribble – I need to clean up the face there's a little too many lines in there – color inthe hair make it look separate from the body and it's always good to experimentwith different things it'll definitely influence your art style as well don'tbe afraid to just try something even though it might look bad – little hands, some wrinkles, there we have it does that look like improvement to you? *hehe* not too shabby! and you can do this for any element ofyour drawing like hands or legs or ears like you can follow all these steps forjust one specific element as well not just the whole overarching art style sothere we have our new art style we've mixed elements from our favorite artistsor inspirations we've also increased our skill level and our knowledge of anatomyand shapes and we've learned and as well as our little lazy tendencies have beenapplied and are like little inaccuracies they're all enveloped in this specificart style and it's created something that's original and new and belongs tous – look at that – it's not a direct copy of anyone it's ours and whatever you'vedrawn is yours so there's my five steps to finding your art style if you've madeit all the way through to the end guess what go back to step one and go againlike that's how an art style is it's ever-changing and constantly evolvingand if you want to just take some steps to improve it you can start back at stepone or just continue drawing and let it evolve naturally yeah so rinse andrepeat until you die anyway I wish you all best of luck with your art styles Iknow you can do it and don't ever feel ashamed for where your art style is atthis point in time it's going to evolve and where it is now it's exactly whereit needs to be but if you want to take it the next step and begin to improveyou can follow some of these steps and just enjoy the process you don't have toconstantly be improving to be an artist art can also just be a little hobby whenyou come home from your job at the nuclear power plant you know it's justart I'll always be there and that's what I like about it allneed is a pencil and a paper and you've got hours of enjoyment but ifimprovement is what you're looking for I gave you some steps to do that as wellanyway thank you guys for watching best of luck with your art styles and I hopeyou all have a delicious evening full of WAFFLES! ♪ ♪ bye! ♪ and plz don't take what I say as Gospel, look around! find your own way to approach developing your art style! You've got this! ♪.
For today's cook I'm gonna show you howeasy it is to make an amazing taco al pastor at home.
This is guaranteed tohave everyone in your family asking you for more.
To make it even better I'mgonna show you two amazing sauces to go along with it.
And let's not forget homemade tortilla.
So let's do it! We started off with a pork shoulder butt.
It's thirteen and a half pounds, it is an affordable piece of meat and it worksgreat for this dish.
The first thing I like to do is to remove the bone.
Use thebone as a guide and work nice and slow.
The only goal you have is to keep asmuch meat as possible, so be sure to stay as close as possible to the bone.
As youcan see it easily comes out.
Since we're making taco al pastor the next thing todo is to slice them thin.
When I say thin I mean half an inch thick you don't want paper-thin.
And it's all to make sure our marinade willpenetrate deeply into that meat.
They don't need to be perfect slices, theyjust need to be thin.
Your end goal is to end up with nice large pieces.
The nextthing to do is our marinade and it is delicious.
And here's how to make it.
this is guajillo chili it is not spicy but it has a wonderful flavor, and as youcan see it comes completely dehydrated.
Remember exact amount and ingredientsalways in the description down below for you.
Since it's completely dry the firstthing I like to do is to put it in some boiling water; that brings the chili backto life.
You don't want to cook them for too long, anywhere between 30 seconds toa minutes does the job.
Once the time is up just remove them and let them cooldown.
These are sour oranges, unlike regular oranges they're not sweet justlike their name they're kind of sour and eating them by themselves it's not good, however they are perfect for a marinade.
If you can't find sour oranges you willalso be able to substitute with something else.
Remember it's always inthe description down below for you.
To make this marinade all we have to do isthrow everything into the food processor.
We first started with the sour oranges, white vinegar, pineapple juice went in followed by the guajillo Chili's, garlic, white onions, cinnamon powder, white pepper, freshly ground black pepper, dryoregano, cumin and to finish it off a good amount of achiote powder.
Now allthere's left to do is mix it well in your food processor until all theingredients have combined together and your marinade is done.
It smells so goodthat you're gonna want to eat it just like this, but don't.
Now all there's left todo is put it in the meat and mix it well.
It's important to make sure every singlepiece is heavily coated.
Now the only thing left to do is to cover it up andlet it marinate in your refrigerator for 24 hours.
As the meat is marinating I'mgonna show you an easy and simple but refreshing and tasty avocado sauce, here's how to do it.
Using a hand processor throw in some avocado, lime juice, cilantro, freshly ground black pepper a good amount of mayonnaise and mexican queso crema.
Now all there's left to do is mix it well and your avocadosauce is done.
I'm telling you right now this sauce goes well with any taco orany sandwich.
Since that was a refreshing sauce, I'm also gonna make a spicysauce, come on this is Mexican food.
And here's how to make it.
I first started byrehydrating my chilis, we don't want to cook them we just want to rehydrate them.
If you like it really spicy you can leave the seeds in but if you know me Idon't like it too spicy.
Then I took some tomatillos to the fire.
I just want toput a nice char on them to give a nice flavor.
Into the hand processor they wenttogether with my chiles, mayo, freshly ground black pepper and finish it offwith salt.
Now all there's left to do is to blend it well and your hot chili sauce isdone.
Here's a quick tip if you want to save sauces just vacuum pack them theywill last five times longer than if you leave it in jars.
Now let's talk about tortilla.
There's a lot of options out there.
We got flour tortilla, obviously corn tortilla, tacos made out of whitecorn, street tacos made out of flour, the possibilities with tortillas are endlesswhenever you buying them pre-made.
But I will tell you one thing there's nothinglike making them at home.
the fact that you control every aspect of the flavoris the perfect way to go.
Homemade is always better.
And today I'm going toshow you how easy it is to make my version.
And here's how to do it.
A lot ofpeople like to use lard, this is basically pork fat and it tastes goodhowever I found out that butter tastes way better and ever since they tastedwith butter I changed.
And I know it's not traditional but just give it a try.
I'm pretty sure you change as well.
And this is masa de maizit's the perfect flour to make tacos.
I started off with my corn flour, threw inmy melted butter and finished it off with water.
You want to mix it well untileverything is pliable you're looking for a consistency of play-doh if it's toodry you can always add more water.
In the end you're basically looking for a nicepliable dough.
If I pat it down and I press it lightly crumbles in the edgesand this is the consistency you're looking for.
Whenever I'm makingtortillas I never use a measurement I always go by the feel.
Once the mixingis done make sure to let your dough rest for at least 30 minutes.
To make it easyfor you to press your tortillas here's a quick tip using a ziplock bagcut out the sides this will stop the dough from sticking to the press.
To makethe tortilla is pretty simple.
Just make a ball but right in the middle of thepress push it down and that's it.
Now all there's left to do is to cook it up.
Talking about that, you want to use a cast iron this makes the job perfectevery time because he retains the heat and you don't want to overcook yourtortilla.
Just make sure that they're lightly golden brown on the top and yourtortillas are done.
To help them finish cook and keep them moist I definitelyrecommend a tortilla warmer.
If you don't have one you should it makes a world ofa difference.
The very next day my meat was done marinating so I quickly openedit up and give it a nice mix.
I'm gonna be cooking mine on the grill but you cando just as good in the oven if you don't have a grill.
And to make an authentic aspossible I'm gonna use the pineapple trick.
Place the pineapple right in themiddle of a pan and using a chopstick put it right in the middle, this willallow you to stack up the meat just like they do in Mexico.
The only thing to keepin mind is try to keep a round shape throughout the whole process.
If any ofthe pieces are too large just make sure you cut them and put them on top.
Try tokeep them evenly so that your tower will not fall in the end, every small piecethat comes out goes right in the middle.
To finish it off just crown it with apineapple and your taco al pastor tower is ready for the grill.
Talking aboutthat I'm gonna be cooking it in indirect heat at 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
As thejuices starts falling off I'll be collecting that and basting it in itself.
As the edge starts being cooked I'll be shaving it off so we can make someamazing tacos with it.
But now I say it is enough talking and it is time to makesome amazing tacos al pastor so let's do it! We have our beautiful tacos over here.
What do you think Angel? Mine looks appealing yours huh.
Angel wanted to govery very basic with a little bit of cheese no green stuff for you yeah? Nogreen stuff.
There's green right here yes of course.
Okay let's go for it yeah you ready totry it? Wait.
Can I try just the tortilla? Yeah.
Because I saw you over there making it.
You never had homemade tortilla okayyou try to go for it.
I wanna try your tortilla bro.
Isn't it completely different?If you never had a homemade tortilla.
Oh that doesn't compare.
It's definitely like adifferent experience isn't it the one that you buy from the store so dry.
It's like fluffy.
Fluffy moist you know what I mean it's like I like.
I like that one.
That is amazing definitely recommend it.
That makes me wanna eat it more.
All right let's go for it yeah.
I'm not ataco expert but I hope I did it justice all right my Mexican friends takeit easy on me.
Yeah, yeah? You tell them in the comments Guga what are you doing! Cheers everybody.
humm oh That's good! Come on that is amazing.
like asweetness that comes after you after you bite it.
That's the pineapple, such a nice flavor everybody it's difficult to explain thismarinade right? Let's go.
Oh you go for another bite? Let's go.
Iknow you didn't want to try the salsita but you gotta try the salsita.
It's a little bit spicy but you can handle it bro.
Okay here do like this doa spoon.
A full spoon.
Just like that oh there you go my friend a full spoon fullflavor take it like a man.
I hope I survive tonight.
Tonight? Ha, tomorrow whenyou go to the bathroom that one is gonna come in.
It's spicy but it's not that bad.
Woah I heard you.
It's spicy boy.
Let's put a little bit.
Oh come on Angel.
Salsita! I'm not dying.
You're not dyinghow about the flavor isn't it extremely flavorful.
It does have a lot of flavorsomething in there it's just hot, like it just makes your tongue tingle.
Anywayguys this is my results with my taco.
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Wow this is good.
So amazing bro I caneat this every single day.
There's a reason why my Mexican friends are theking of tacos because it is amazing.
See you guys on the next one take care ofeverybody bye bye.