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I love jazzas Brooklyn accent
I like the red robot
I will never take anything serious that use the term "3D Pixels" for voxels 😅
Nice job awesome work 👍😎
🤣🤣🤣 I can’t breathe anymore 🤣🤣🤣 Omg- this made me sooooo laughing and glad- you and Bob- both are talented people I like- great job😘🤣🤣🤣 And thanks for my belly workout 🤣🤣
Ur a kid in a man body
How do you know to use oil or acrylics?
13:34 HE IS LAUGHING AT DEAD BODYS!?
So PowerPoint does animation and drawing have their over at open office seen this of course does it have animation tools to?
Make loomians into real life
What the fuck was that!!!
Can you try diamond painting
If you get precision tweezers that can fit inside the holes it works much better. I use them kinda like reverse tweezers and I never lose my grip bc they’re inside the hole instead of trying to hold onto the round outside.
wheres the fire pens love the the vids keep it up 😊
Oh my god, first of all this was an amazing video! But also, the adbreak near 10:42 was perfect for me: An ad featuring a former french president that nobody really likes was what came just after the "Everything you're about to see was written, directed and performed by a 6-years old." text 😂😂
Watching "Hamlet" was so hard lol, especially since I've read the Shakespeare manuscript
Now I want to try something like this with the iron bead thingies
Me: have u seen spider man Google: dont u mean cobblestone?
Jazza’s insistence to have it be perfect like everything else he does is hilarious to me
Jazza needs to get a award for being the best dad
This guy literally scare of a cute little robot that draw 0:42
wait, the 24 doesn't have a usb c ... I'm guessing you're using an adapter there Jazza, as it has USB A Female (the old almost square style)
why is there so much green???
trex is the cutest
Give some love to the ladies mini-painters ;) hubase.info/start/bL-2NIAU6tvgUpC07-YOVA.html
NON-STop YES I CAUGHT THE REFERENCE AHHHH
Fun Fact - Hippopotamus is Greek for "Water Horse", however, there's not even a tenuous genetic link to horses. In fact, they're more closely related to fully aquatic mammals like whales and dolphins. The link was never missing, it was just badly named.
Can I play it?
Did anyone else notice that the background was the same as hole.io. Interesting I guess.
Imagine all the blind people watching this vid
Gareth is so cool, he needed 2 of those stat lines... The character introductions are hilarious! :D I wish you'd make a "Jazza team" game in the future
That was really bad, 🤣
The handmade crucifix took a little bit of effort maybe a little tiny bit of skill gluing stuff together I don't know
Looks like it might be worth maybe $100 you know just because of the canvas and material put into it
At least the stranger things and the avengers actually look like something you can actually tell what it is
At least be avenger stuff actually look like something you don't look like a 10-year-old might have drawn it or a 12 year old man just blue squares and you look stupid
that was amazing!
If it looks like the average pool off the street to do it when they was drunk or a 5 year old child can do it it's worthless because anyone can do it that's not all it's scribbling doodling
My bet is that Garreth and Jeremy lowkey enjoyed their roles the most out of this whole production...
Did Rob get rum in the end?
Can someone pls tell me how to enter the competition and what to do cause I really couldn't understand and I dunno why
those are not hacks, those are art school basics... ... or at least they were back in my time and most of them have been around literally for CENTURIES!!! also the first one actually works way better with a light dusting of charcoal, bistre or sepia, since graphite can interfere with oil, gouache and watercolor (works with acrylics thou)
We're do we post it. Details
I don't really have a digital device to draw so I pray to God to win
I just felt like I needed to share my story about loss. I was about five years old, and had been bullied at school that day, so I asked my mom if I could go to my best friend's house, my 102 year old great-great-grandma's house. My mom told me no, and tried to break the news that she had passed gently to my little heart. I was crushed. At the end of kindergarten, my best friend moved. She had helped me through that time, and she moved. End of first grade, my new bff moved as well. 3rd grade, I thought that I was doing good, no news of John moving, everything was fine, and then he died, in a horrific ATV accident. I then thought that I was cursed, and that anyone I loved would move or die. I turned to my favorite stuffed animal, a small dog named Puppy (don't judge, I was eight). One day, he was caught in my bedding and went to his deathbed of the washing machine. I was now fully convinced that I was cursed, and so, in order to keep anyone else from getting hurt, I shut myself away from everyone. My parents tried to get me to tell them why I had suddenly stopped socialising, but I didn't tell them, lest they fall victim to my curse. I eventually got a new friend in fifth grade, and we had a lot of great times together... Until she all of a sudden started hating me for no reason. I tried everything to get her to like me again, but nothing worked. I eventually circled back to my cursed theory, but with a twist. I wasn't REALLY cursed, everyone just WANTED to get away from me. This way of thinking seemingly was thwarted when it came to John. John died. He couldn't have died just to get away from me. But what if he had? This is when my 10 year old brain first concieved the notion of suicide. I thought about this for a while. Was I just so awful that someone would kill themselves JUST to get away from me? I decided yes. I had always been an arty person, because if I couldn't express myself to people, then that left art. Because of this, I had gotten a craft knife (Xacto) kit for my 10th birthday. I was such a terrible person that people would literally die to escape, so I deserved to be punished. I began using this kit on my body. Not used to cut up bits of duct tape into cutesy little things like any normal 10 year old but I was self harming and seriously considering suicide. I also felt cut off from my peers. As I turned 11, I moved to 6th grade, where I was put in classes with students made mostly of students from the other elementary school. I knew nobody, and nobody knew me. I felt so much older than them, and couldn't connect with them. This was about the time that I started spending time with my great grandma. The day after I finally opened up to her about my antisocial, self harming, suicidal behavior was the day she died in a car crash. This only cemented my theory in my mind. The door back to society, health, and relationships that I had been tentatively opening had been slammed in my face. I then turned to riding my horse. His name was River, but I always called him Rivierto. He was an old man, my dad had trained him. I loved that horse. I had found a friend, a girl named Lindsey. She felt old too, due to her fashion sense and obsession with both crochet and sudoku. I hadn't opened up to her, we were just friends. Our circle eventually grew, collecting all of the misfits. This kept happening, until it was the summer I turned fourteen. I had continued self harm, antisocial behavior and suicidal thoughts. I wasn't really close with and of my friends. The only reason that I was still alive was that I didn't want my parent to be shown in a bad light, and didn't want anybody to think that I was this terrible person who committed suicide because of them. I was taught in school that suicide was selfish. I didn't want to hurt anyone else, I just wanted to be gone into peaceful bliss. Or if not that, then I was sure that I wasn't in heaven, so just suffer eternally without hurting anyone else. Anyway, I was spending a lot of time with my horse. He seemed to get me, and I could just ride away and forget my problems. He died that summer from colic. I was crushed. I no longer had the one escape, that equine bliss, because I just hurt so much being reminded of him, and I couldn't ride because it just felt wrong without him. I then had no horse, no friends, no close relationships with family, no escape. I then tried an outlet that I had given up when I was eight: the stuffed animal. I found another little dog from when I was younger, a Dalmatian named Little One. Every night after I brutally mutilated my stomach (the only part of me the was in an easy, non visible place; remember, I didn't want anybody to think that the way I was was due to my parents), I would give Little One a hug, and feel his unconditional love for me. Which was all in my head. I used this "love" to get through this trial, and he helped me in my goal to not self harm for a week. This may not seem like a lot but for a fourteen year old girl who cut herself at least once a day, usually closer to five, it was daunting. I did it for a week, then was able to continue increasing the amount of time between it until I was able to resist almost all of the time. I slowly branched out more, growing close to my friend Lindsey. She was my friend for a long 6 months, when we grew close. She died in a car crash six days after my 15th birthday. When I heared the news, I locked myself in my room with my knives for fourteen hours. I will never forget the sight of my stomach that day, covered in blood and mangled beyond recognition. If I had a good suicide method that night, I would have died. I left my room only because I had to get ready for school. That day I went to school with no sleep, and gaping wounds, both emotional and physical. I eventually opened up to my friends, not that they know everything, or even close to it. I am now 16, and have a better relationship with my family and am no longer self harming, quite a bit of which is due to Jazza reminding me of my creative side and expressing through art. I am doing much better. I know that this is a long comment that is going to get buried, and nobody will read it all, but this is the first time that I have told it to anybody. I don't know why it is relevant, and I apologize for unloading onto you, but it feels kinda nice.
That shirt is awesome
Omg they are one and the same artistic, enthusiastic ,talented, like to roleplay and create superhero stories, draw, make movies, sing I mean what more can u ask form a child ????! I bet he will be 100 times more hardworking and talented then father just because he has such a great role model, and caring mother that gives him freedom to explore, this kid I bound to be successful
Woah that is awesome
Found your video interesting to watch. I can't wait to see your post soon. Good Luck with the upcoming update. This video is very useful, interesting, and effective.
Have a look at of some of Tony Hart. He was a BBC children's TV art presenter with classic series such as Hart Beat and Take Hart. He was the first to do large format artworks on sports fields, playgrounds and beaches using 'found objects' as well as art materials.
This is a really helpful video!!!😊
Again i like it when you get back to "Draw With Jazza"
This brings back memories of cheap markers we had at my Grandma's house. They looked and behaved exactly like these ones.
How’s the ten hundred collab coming?
Isolated body parts
When jazza opened that paint tube, tears ran down my face.
Why they’re not the Tombow ☹️☹️☹️
7:45 as someone who needs to wear glasses but hates wearing it, I can confirm that you're wrong it still looks like a drawing for us
i know i’m pretty late here, but i just wanted to take part in the emotion and the community that has been created in this comment section. 2 years later and alex’s story is still making a difference. this has reminded me of my own values and what i want my character to be. thank you for reminding me that i have the power to be the alex in someone else’s life, and how rewarding and life-changing it can be.
5:17 why the fuck does jazza look like chuya from bungou stray dogs
The video is just Jazza messing around with glitter
It's described by Marabu (the makers) as an additive, so it's for mixing into their other alcohol inks (which are transparent rather than opaque paints) rather than painting on top
Link to song plz
yours couldve beeen a night snowy sky
bob ross is proud im pretty sure
1,365,610 people want to see who draws best human or robot
hey jazza, you should make lego paper art!! hubase.info/zone/s3u9snGhbqJdiYI/vide.html