Evolution has caused some impressive mechanics! Without a creative mind, it has come up with solutions that the most genius of humans would never had thought of. Robert Full did this talk at TED about the locomotive skills of cockroaches, and it is mind-blowing! Evolution, through million of years of trial and error, has resulted in a such versatile and resilient being as the cockroach! We think we are the most superior species on our planet, but just watch this video and you’ll be wondering if we really are the perfectly adoptable species we think we are….
By using a rotating platform, like a “Lazy Susan”, very interesting decorations can be made. Vincent Lai publicized this inspirational video of how a cake with whipped cream and cake gel can easily become a beautiful work of art. All you need is a lazy susan, spatula and a knife! So the next time you make a cake, learn from this video and make all the guests wonder “How on earth did you make this gorgeous cake?!”
Cherry tomatoes are a special treat: Perfect for making that dish look extra nice, and still an important part of the meal. But who has the time to cut all those tiny things? Well DaveHax knows how to do it super quick and easy. Just grab a couple of plates and a knife, and you’ll be slicing tomatoes at lightning speed! So if you love cherry tomatoes, do yourself a favor and watch this video!
Who doesn’t like flower decorations? But how do you make them look realistic without an expertise in origami? Well thanx to happypuppytruffles you can now make super realistic paper flowers in many variations! Just use thin paper or even tissue paper and you could make gorgeous flower decorations super easy! We haven’t tried it, but are willing to bet that you could even use toilet paper to achieve the same gorgeous result! Preferably unused toilet paper though 😛
Many people may feel that drawing 3D objects is too hard. But if you want to draw an object in 3D there is a very simple trick. In this particular video from Handimania a hand is used, but this technique can be used for most objects. This is one of those tricks that is easy to learn for simple objects but can also be used to draw highly complex geometry in 3D by simple practice. So why wait? Pick up a pencil, a couple of markers and start experimenting today!