Ricky prepares for take-off, creating a Fortune Flamingo. He demonstrates how to draw a flying dragon and goes foraging in the woods to make a magnificent owl.
Ricky uses a hot iron to melt some wax crayons and suggests to viewers that if they are doing this art at home that they should ask an adult to help them.
Ricky’s flat turns festive as he gets in the Christmas mood by making an egg box wreath and a giant winter wonderland scene made with snow shakers.
Ricky decides he needs to explore the world with Gavin and Sarah. While they decide where to go and what to take, Ricky makes a suitcase desk tidy. Show more
It’s the day of the school reunion and Ricky, Sarah and Gav reminisce about what school was like for them. Ricky makes a poster of Bristol inspired by Tom Purvis. Show more
Ricky checks out his arty features with a picture inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. He draws a realistic eye, and uses lipstick and kisses to bring a blank canvas to life.
Ricky loves a brainteaser and so makes an infinity photo cube. The Grand Master does a jailbreak magic trick, and a graffiti car comes to life when Ricky and his mates put the puzzle pieces together.
Ricky is inspired by artist Iris Scott to paint with his fingers. He prints on a t-shirt using a box and string, and the Grand Master plays a prank with a finger in a box.
Ricky creates a gargoyle doorstop, shows how to draw a mythical unicorn and constructs a pair of ancient giant dinosaurs out of card at Bristol Museum. Show more
Ricky creates more hair-raising art, a gigantic slime picture, a spinning ghost and shows how to draw a spooky castle.
Ricky creates some awesome animal art, including a wrapping paper collage, a pop-up cat card and a magnificent ping-pong ball chimp.
Ricky shows how to draw Dennis from Dennis and Gnasher Unleashed, splats a giant picture with cream pies, and the Grand Master plays a prank with a squeezy joke bottle. Show more
Ricky takes the plunge with some watery wonders and makes a turtle from rubbings. He also shows how to draw a shark and turn stairs into a giant crocodile.
Ricky is inspired to make art using wool. He creates a bogie-faced knitting kit and a woolly dancer on acetate to brighten up his window.
Inspired by artist Tom Purvis, Ricky creates an art deco travel poster. And he uses colour swatches to make an Egyptian mummy. Show more
Ricky explores a world of colour, making paint from flour. the Grand Master gets in a spin with a colour wheel and the gang use mops to paint a gigantic upside-down picture.
Ricky gets into the groove making a Dance Decision Maker and demonstrates how to draw a trainer. Street dance brings a giant painted robot to life.
Ricky gets to work growing some amazing creations, including a picture of flowers made out of toilet roll and an unusual plant pot which looks like a pineapple.
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Victor bemoans the commercialism of Christmas and ponders whether it ever had a deeper, spiritual meaning. He decides to help the vicar feed the homeless on Christmas Day. Show more