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Freeze!

Freeze!

11 steps

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Пирожное картошка

Пирожное картошка

Пирожное в форме картошки с добавлением грецких орехов.

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 Elsa

Elsa

12 Steps

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Backhanded Hitch

Backhanded Hitch

This hitch is good for thick and rough cables and very useful for tying on objects that are difficult to reach with one’s hands, such as car tow hooks. The knot doesn’t jam, but might come loose if the ends are not seized. For additional security pull the knot tight before seizing.

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Sheepshank

Sheepshank

The sheepshank is a type of knot that is used to shorten a rope or take up slack. This knot is not stable. It will fall apart under too much load or too little load.

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Goldfish

Goldfish

12 steps

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 Nico

Nico

12 steps

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Car

Car

20 steps

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Turkey

Turkey

21 steps

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Bridge

Bridge

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly

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Sheep

Sheep

7 steps

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Pose 12

Pose 12

Pose 12

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Buntline Hitch

Buntline Hitch

This hitch is used for attaching a rope to objects such as rings, rods, railings, posts, etc. It gained its popularity among sailors as a simple and effective knot for securing buntlines to the foot of square ships. This knot is not afraid of shaking, and tightens more with every jerk. It tends to jam and, after using it for a long time, can be difficult to untie. Good for setting up a tent.

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Uramaki Wrapped in Cucumber

Uramaki Wrapped in Cucumber

A colorful roll with poached salmon and tobiko, wrapped in thin cucumber slices.

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Foxy

Foxy

10 steps

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Arrow

Arrow

4 steps

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Pose 22

Pose 22

Pose 22

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Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

It was during a cold winter night in 1943 when Joe Sheridan, a chef of the Airport Restaurant in the little Irish town of Foynes, added a bit of coffee to whiskey. Passengers, frozen after a long flight, were thankful to the chef for such a warm welcome. And one asked, «Did you use Brazilian coffee?». «No,» jokingly answered Joe, «that was Irish coffee».

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Boat 2

Boat 2

6 steps

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Surgeon's Knot

Surgeon's Knot

The Surgeon's Knot is one of the easiest knots to learn and is an excellent knot to join two lines of moderately unequal size.

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Astrid

Astrid

10steps

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Cracker

Cracker

11 steps

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Rabbit

Rabbit

30 steps

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Snotlout

Snotlout

12 Steps

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Pedro

Pedro

11 steps

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Aang

Aang

9 steps

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Nigel

Nigel

11 steps

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Tiago

Tiago

12 steps

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Clinch Knot

Clinch Knot

A common fishing knot for securing an object (e.g. a hook, lure or clip) to a fishing line. A properly tied Clinch knot is relatively secure, but for additional security, the running end can be passed back through the final loop. This variant is called the Improved Clinch knot.

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Sad dog

Sad dog

12 steps

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Pose 32

Pose 32

Pose 32

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Pose 37

Pose 37

Pose 37

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Crew

Crew

24 steps

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Presents

Presents

12 steps

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Dolphin

Dolphin

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly.

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Kelvin

Kelvin

The Kelvin is an ideal knot for slim ties of heavy materials such as wool or cotton. This small and narrow knot is a bit bigger than the Four-in-Hand, but symmetric and very elegant. It has a regular trapezoid shape. The Kelvin knot belongs to the group of knots that start with placing the tie around the neck inside-out. It looks best on collars with narrow collar opening.

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Sheep

Sheep

11 steps

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Sven

Sven

12 Steps

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Mojito

Mojito

The first version of this cocktail appeared in 1586 on the boat of English pirates, who pillaged Cuban coasts. Once, after an unsuccessful raid, Richard Drake, a boat doctor, prepared a mix of aguardiente (a forerunner of rum), mint, lime and sugar to cheer the crew up. Since then, the Mojito has been known as a perfect refreshing drink (not only among pirates!).

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Pigeon

Pigeon

11 steps

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Turtle

Turtle

32 steps

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Sushi Rice

Sushi Rice

Properly cooked rice guarantees half the success of your sushi. In this recipe, we’ve put together the most important details you need to know to cook perfect sushi rice.

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Summer

Summer

15 steps

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Self-tightening Half Hitch

Self-tightening Half Hitch

This ancient hitch is the simplest of all binding knots. It is actually an overhand knot tied around, or through, the object with its running end on the upside. It stays tied only under a constant strain on the standing part. The Self-tightening Half Hitch can be used for hanging static loads, such as grain sacks.

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