Paint from Memory Challenge ๐ŸŽจ ft. The Sharer Family & SpongeBob | #TryThis

Paint from Memory Challenge ๐ŸŽจ ft. The Sharer Family & SpongeBob | #TryThis


With this tool, I shall give birth to art! Oh, boy! [music playing] What is going on?
I am Stephen Sharer. And I’m Grace Sharer. You’re watching Nickelodeon’s
YouTube channel. And this is the Paint
From Memory Challenge. [music playing] – Last time we painted…
– Oh, boy. – That might have been a long time ago.
– I don’t think I’ve ever painted. But we’ll see how it goes. Yeah, let’s give it a try! – Yes!
– Oh, yes! – I think we got it.
– Yeah. Let’s paint SpongeBob! This shouldn’t be a problem
for an artist of your magnitude. I’m gonna start with yellow,
’cause SpongeBob is yellow. I’m gonna start with black
to do a black outline. Oh, this is lookin’ so good. Wow, I’m an artist right now. There’s a square. OK, we got the arms,
we’ve got the legs. Gotta do the shoes. I think they’re just like,
basic square shorts. Yeah, basic square.
Basically, everything’s square on him. OK, there’s his pants
and I have to do his shirt. I can’t really remember his outfit. You know what?
I should have done yellow first. You’re supposed to do
the lighter colors first. Yeah, lighter and then darker. Oops, I did it the opposite. Yellow legs. Grace, yours if very square. Yeah, SpongeBob’s square. I feel like mine’s way more realistic. This is getting a little messy. This is looking good. I definitely, no.
I should have done… – OK, I got his arms, his legs…
– The yellow first. I think he wears black,
like squeaky shoes. I think I remember like,
when he walks it like squeaks. – He does?
– Yeah. Squeaky, squeaky! I forget what color eyes he has. – Maybe like white?
– Black, I think. Big eyes…
Oh, the black’s actually working. Yes! – Ok, let’s try this white for his eyes.
– This is looking so good! Now I just need to do like,
his sponge holes, you know? Mine’s looking– Uh-oh.
Looks like he has a third eye! Grace, those eyes are
the smallest eyes I’ve ever seen! Oh, no! You have got to stop judging people
by the way they look. [donkey noise] You’re right. I’m gonna do some little circles
around the sponge. – Now I just need to figure out his mouth.
– I gotta do blue eyes. And then I’m done.
I’m almost done. Boom, boom.
OK, he’s looking really good. I think mine’s basically done.
Oh, you know what? Every artist must sign their work. – Oh, yeah.
– I gotta do a cool signature. And sign my piece of artwork. I think that’s all. – Just gotta sign my name.
– Stephen… I’m gonna do blue because
blue is my favorite color. Woo! And voila, check it out. – Wow!
– My master piece is finished. It’s beautiful! So this is my finished SpongeBob creation. Check it out, he has everything. The sponge shape,
the sponge bubbles, the blue eyes, the pants with the tie,
the shoes, the hands, and of course,
the Stephen Sharer signature. this is a master piece. Wow, it’s good.
This is my SpongeBob. He has the sponge holes,
his eyes, his lips, and his pants, it has the belt. A white shirt, a blue tie, and his nice squeaky black shoes. So on SpongeBob, I think we did
a pretty good job. The question is Grace, who’s the next character? – Oh!
– Oh, that’s fun! – I think I got it.
– It’s like a star! I’m gonna start with an outline of
this awesome purple color. I’m gonna do a giant triangle at the top. I think he’s a star, not a triangle. Well, a star has a triangle at the top. [moaning] I think that’s his outline of his body. Oh my gosh, mine looks like a flower.
Like a tulip. Oh, yours is so pointy. – I have to do a lot of makeup work.
– Oh, yeah this is a good color. This is looking a little bit off. What? I’m not perfect! But I am full. I’m gonna give him an orange,
like an orange tank top. I’m just gonna paint him all pink.
Oh! This is gonna be his tank top-type shirt. – Ok, now I just need eyes.
– Now I need some eyes, oh! I need eyes too. OK…
We’re like always on the same pace. That’s funny. – Black.
– White. – Black.
– White. – Black.
– White. That’s not art! That’s just annoying! I’m almost done.
My master piece is almost done. Here’s his pupils. Oh, that looks so much better. And then I think he has
like flowers on his shorts. I’m highly focused on this, Grace. – Me too.
– I should have done the black last. That’s right, it’s the darkest color
that you do last. I keep messing that up. I think I might have everything. I’m doing blue, uh-oh.
I didn’t leave room for my last name. R-E-R, boom! – OK.
– Finished. All done! This is the work of a true genius! All right, let’s see how we did. Oh! – OK, you definitely–
– I got the shorts inside out! – Right?
– Oh yeah, you got ’em inside out. But they look good. They look like – they’re related.
– Yeah, I got the flower point. Oh, he’s got the belly button! No! – We both forgot that.
– We forgot the belly button. It’s not too late. I don’t have black.
A little dot. – Right…
– Boom! – There we go.
– We did good. I think overall, for this one
I’d probably give myself a six. Maybe like a five. – Five?
– Yeah. I would give you
about an eight for this one. OK. – Oh!
– Squidward. All right, this is the lightning round. We’re gonna paint Squidward together. I am Bikini Bottom’s greatest artist. OK, you do the head.
I’ll do some arms. He’s like very fishy.
Oh, he’s a squid! – Yeah, I think he has a lot of feet.
– Right? Squidward. – Alien-type head.
– Yeah, you’re right. Alien-type head.
Yeah, that looks good. OK, and then I’ll do some like–
He has a very skinny body, I think. – Yeah.
– Something like this? – Is it?
– I think he has a huge, huge nose. Yes, very big. There! Now it’s art. It’s gotta take up,
like go all the way to the end. Like, just make it huge. – Like that?
– Yeah. Even bigger. I think it’s even bigger. Like, doesn’t he play music
from his nose or something? Yeah, like a flute.
It’s like do-do-do-do! [playing clarinet] Squidward, yeah! Yeah, Squidward! [playing flute] Black…
Black, there we go. – I think that’s what his feet look like.
– And then I feel like he has a frown– I’m just gonna do straight–
Straight for his mouth. I feel like he’s never very happy. – Yeah.
– Kind of like, mmm… Yeah, something like that. I think we’re good. Let’s just
fill him in a little bit with the green. Yep. – Make sure I got the green.
– Just going fast. – There we go, he’s looking–
– I got this. Then his face.
Last thing is the face. Don’t mess up the eyes. Woo! His mouth’s getting smaller, oh no! His mouth is getting smaller,
there we go. Oh, sign it, sign it,
and we’ll be done. – S-T-E-P-H-E-N.
– I don’t really know cursive. – OK, there we go.
– Boom! – Done.
– We did it. Master piece is finished. Lightning round complete. [murmuring] Do you like it, Squidward? Shut it. – Oh!
– Oh, he has a shirt! I got it right, four feet. – They’re just like, differently shaped.
– One, two, three, four. – I think it’s five.
– He does have a shirt. Squidward has a shirt! Yeah, he’s the only one that
has a shirt and no pants! That’s so random! We were close, not bad. I would say overall, Grace,
this is probably about an eight. – Yeah.
– I think we did good. – Sharer fam did good on this one.
– Yeah. Thanks so much for watching
the Paint From Memory Challenge! – I’m Stephen Sharer.
– And I’m Grace Sharer. We’ll see you next time.
So, until then, you know what to do. Stay awesome and share the love.
Peace, woo! [music playing]

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