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The Pastel Breakthrough podcast is for the transparent, authentic woman. The hardworking, loving momprenuer. The women who are on the path to getting their life back and building that confidence. The women who are struggling through depression and anxiety. The woman who is trying to pull out their inner goddess! Join me as I tell you my story and how I designed my life around what should have brought me down but, ultimately, made me the fabulous woman I am.
 
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Tenha consideração pelo cy do amiguinho e vá com calma neste episódio, pois quem tem cumari tem medo. Hoje vamos falar de pimentas com o Igor Santos, podcaster da época em que a internet era só mato. Não faça biquinho, aperte o play com seu dedo de moça e venha nos ouvir falar dessa planta apreciada por muitos e temida por outros. Twitter: Pastelan…
 
Como era uma típica Ceia de Natal do século 19 no Brasil? O que usar no lugar das cenouras? Que raios é um vinho generoso? MANJAR DE GALINHA?!? Tudo isso e muita receita sem medida, você só encontra aqui, no seu Pastelando. Boas Festas. Não aglomerem. Lavem as mãos. Participação especial de Tupá Guerra. Twitter: Pastelando Podcast - @PastelandoPod …
 
Hoje é um episódio especial, atendendo um pedido de vários ouvintes: a presença de Thiago Corrêa! Obviamente que não ia ser em um episódio sobre os cinco molhos-mãe da culinária francesa, ou uma discussão se o queijo do hambúrguer vai em cima ou embaixo do bife. NÃO Hoje o negócio é bruto. Tire as crianças da sala que vai ter nutricionista chorando…
 
Voltaaaaaaaaamos! E voltamos com fome! Hoje recebemos o Lucas Nilo, do canal Recheio 55, para falar de GULOCRIMES cometidos nos Estados Unidos da América, tudo em nome da Liberdade de morrer cedo e de comer 20 nuggets de uma coisa que um dia foi frango por 5 pilas. Peça o bacon extra, afrouxe o cinto e ligue a fritadeira que o programa vai começar.…
 
Aaahhhh, queijo....Meu vegetal favorito! Fresco, fermentado, envelhecido, com mofo, com bactéria, salgado, doce...são centenas (milhares?) de tipos diferentes. Neste episódio recebemos a convidada Vevila Dornelles, pra conversar sobre essa delícia que está presente em culturas do mundo todo. Twitter: Pastelando Podcast - @PastelandoPod Leticia Dáqu…
 
Já que somos um spin-off do Pistolando, teve gente pedindo a nossa versão do BMF. Ouçam, opinem, sugiram. Se gostarem a gente faz mais. Links das notícias comentadas neste programa: Receita do The Rock Pacotes Inclusivos Doentes terminais conquistam direito de comer cogumelos mágicos Fiji dá miojo seco pras quiança Presunto mais velho do mundo Burg…
 
Atenção classe! Hoje teremos uma aula com um professor convidado! O professor Rios veio falar com a gente sobre história da nutrição, colonialismo, açúcar, experimentos com os próprios filhos e confeitaria. Sim, tem que entregar um trabalho escrito depois. Não, não pode ser em dupla. Não, não pode ser a lápis Convidado especial Rios. A capa deste e…
 
Olha um episódio quentinho, saindo do forno. Ouça sobre os tipos de pães e as farinhas que não são de trigo. Aprenda como limpar a casa INTEIRA usando apenas uma fatia de pão. Descubra a relação entre o Xbox e o pão egípcio de 4500 anos. Tudo isso e mais meio quilo de farinha, só aqui. Convidada especial Grécia Augusta. Editado por Meg. Twitter: Pa…
 
Bom dia Dona de Casa! Vem aqui aprender aquela receitinha salvadora de apropriação cultural com molho de masculinidade tóxica. De sobremesa, torta de drama falso com crocante de problematização. Quem foi o primeiro apresentador de programa de culinária? Como esses programas evoluíram? Com quantas latas de milho se faz um porco pizza? Todas essas qu…
 
Comprida, curta, larga, estreita, recheada, com molho, sem molho, verde, preta, vermelha, com queijo ou com sachê de sabor: todo mundo gosta de massa. Descubra com a gente onde ela surgiu, quais as diferenças e as manias que envolvem esse alimento tão comum e com uma história tão rica. Convidada especial Pamela Ueda. Editado por Meg. Twitter: Paste…
 
Marion sent over her picture of the Black Cat project and requested some feedback and advice on her picture. The areas Colin helps with in this picture is the light and dark areas of the fur and the whiskers. To receive feedback on your artwork, take a look at our membership options on our website: http://www.colinbradleyart.com…
 
Cliff sent over his picture of the Steam Train that he has recently completed. In this episode Colin offers some advice regarding trees and foliage which are the areas Cliff found challenging. To receive feedback on your artwork, take a look at our membership options on our website: http://www.colinbradleyart.com…
 
Por que comemos sopa? Qual o limite entre sopa e cozido? Sopa é chá de frango? Todas essas questões e MUITO MAIS, você só ouve aqui, no Pastelando. Lave as mãos, prepare o estômago e venha descobrir que há mais entre o caldo e as batatas do que supõe a nossa vã gastronomia. Twitter: Pastelando Podcast - @PastelandoPod Leticia Dáquer - @pacamanca Me…
 
Alan sent over his ambitious project of Bamburgh Castle and requested some feedback on his picture. In this episode Colin offers some tips on what he would have done and offers help in the areas Alan found challenging. If would like to receive feedback on your artwork then take a look at our membership plans on our website here: https://www.colinbr…
 
Marion sent in her delightful picture of the Tabby Cat she copied from one of our courses. In Marion's email she mentioned she found the light and dark fur areas a little difficult so in this episode we try to offer some tips and words of advice. If you'd like to get access to our classes and receive feedback on your work visit our website here: ht…
 
Viajar e experimentar a culinária local é uma das melhores maneiras de conhecer um povo. Leticia Dáquer, Meg, Guilherme Atencio e Beatriz Alves, falam sobre coisas que comeram pelo mundo, e como diferentes lugares e culturas se expressam através de sua culinária. Lave as mãos e sente pra ouvir que hoje nós vamos longe! Twitter: Pastelando Podcast -…
 
Jana sent in her lovely picture of the Cliffs that is from a course on our website. In this episode Colin offers some advice for contrast in the cliffs and any other areas that could be worked on if desired. We hope this helps. To receive feedback and advice on your artwork view our membership options here: http://www.colinbradleyart.com/home/sign-…
 
Evelyne sent us her artwork she has been working on from our courses. In this episode Colin offers some advice on the areas that she found challenging which was the fur and applying pressure with the colour shapers. We hope this advice is helpful. To receive feedback and advice on your artwork take a look at our membership products found on our web…
 
Abhijit sent over his work that he has completed over the last year and in this episode Colin talks about his style and the progress he has made. We talk about adding contrast and how working on multiple types of pictures can really help with progress. To receive Colin's feedback on your work, look at our membership options on our website: http://w…
 
Maria sent in her work in progress picture of the Spaniel that she's working on from our course. Maria was struggling with some of the fur so in this episode Colin offers some tips and advice for Maria as she continues with the picture. If you'd like to get tips and advice on your work as well as learn along with Colin visit our website: http://www…
 
Alan sent over this fantastic picture he had finished using Pastel Pencils. As Alan is a member of our website he can receive tips and feedback on his work. In this episode Colin talks about some areas Alan found challenging such as the stream and rock walls. Listen to hear Colin's tips and advice. To learn with us visit our website: http://www.col…
 
Denise sent over her lovely picture of a Hare which she learned to draw from our courses. In this episode Colin offers some tips and advice on the areas of the picture Denise found challenging - the eyes, mouth and nose. We hope you find these tips helpful. To learn how to draw with us and receive feedback on your artwork, please visit our website:…
 
Leigh sent us her lovely picture of a cat that she has been working on. The area's she found difficult were the long hair and so in this recording we offer some tips and advice on how to achieve the subtlety in contrast that you find in animal fur. We hope the tips in this episode help with future projects. If you'd like to learn how to draw with C…
 
Vincent sent his lovely picture of the Steam Train masterclass picture. This is a tough picture with lots of foliage and natural aspects to it which make it extremely difficult. In this episode we talk about the random approach to nature and how difficult that is to draw. If you'd like to learn with Colin, try our free courses here: http://www.coli…
 
In this episode Colin offers tips and advice for Charles on his portrait of Errol Flynn. Colin discusses how to add shadows and contrast to the face listing specific colours that could help. We hope this advice is helpful and if you would like feedback on your pictures and to watch Colin's lessons please click here: http://www.colinbradleyart.com…
 
In this episode we help new member Simmy with their pictures. Colin offers tips on the rocks and how to working on landscape pictures will improve working on animals. It's the subtlety of shading that you can learn from doing landscapes as there's many aspects including foliage which require this. You can then transfer this technique to your animal…
 
Laura sent in her lovely picture of a dog she is working on and asked for some advice. In this episode Colin helps with some tips on how to add fur contrast to her picture and also how to choose a background based on the colours she has used in the picture. If you'd like to learn with us and receive feedback on your artwork visit our website: http:…
 
Hamide sent in her Tomato and Fennel picture for feedback. Colin and Steve sit down and record some tips and help with achieving more contrast, brightness and minor other changes. If you would like to learn how to draw and receive feedback on your artwork visit our website! ColinBradleyArt.com
 
Nicole sent us a message regarding a commissions she's been asked to do. As Nicole is a member of the website she can send us her photographs and artwork for tips and advice. With this one we offered help with cropping the picture to make it more appealing, tips for doing the sky and foliage and finally the impressionistic approach Colin would take…
 
Naomi sent us her lovely picture of the Poodle Project and requested some advice on the square drawing grid system. In this episode Colin offers some tips and advice on how to work with the grids and possible adjustments to the picture. If you'd like to learn with us and receive feedback on your work click here: http://www.colinbradleyart.com…
 
One of our student's Katia sent in her lovely 3 animal pictures that she has drawn from our courses. Katia used free hand to draw the pictures and so in this episode we offer some tips for checking proportions and spotting things that could be changed at the sketching stage. If you would like to learn to draw with Colin then visit our website: http…
 
Robyn sent in her fabulous picture of the Vase of Roses which is available as a course on our website. In this episode we talk about how great it is to put your own stamp on the pictures and finding your own style and sticking with it. If you'd like to learn how to draw with Colin visit our website: http://www.colinbradleyart.com…
 
Charles emailed us his picture of a lighthouse that has copied and asked for some advice on the version he has done. Charles adapted the sky and wanted to know if he had achieved a good likeness of the picture. In this episode we offer Charles a few tips on where he could improve his painting. If you would like tips and advice on your artwork, plea…
 
Cliff sent us his three latest pictures and asked for some advice on where to improve. He's making fantastic progress and in this episode we talk a little about base colours, what pencils are good for drawing outlines and how to get a good print of your picture. To learn how to draw with Colin and produce pictures that you can be proud of, visit ou…
 
In this episode we talk to Cliff about his first few pictures he has drawn using Pastel Pencils. Colin offers tips on gaining confidence and taking risks with the pencil strokes. We talk about his progression over the first few pictures and what to consider next in his drawing journey. If you've always wanted to learn to draw then visit our website…
 
Charles sent over his landscape picture that he had completed. Charles asked for some feedback on his work and any tips that we could offer. In this episode we discuss artistic license and what to leave out/change about a picture according to the photo you use. We also talk about shading and contrast, perspective and other minor tweaks that help cr…
 
One of our students Laura sent us an email about a commission she was asked to do. In this episode we highlight some of the key points when doing a picture for someone and some tips on how best to approach this picture. Would you like to learn how to draw and get advice on your pictures? Click here to learn with Colin: http://bit.ly/cba-access…
 
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