The 2014 movie was seriously ripped on by movie critics in usual Michael Bay movie fashion for the usual Bayish reasons. Nevertheless I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. The differences among the turtles are thoroughly highlighted as Michelangelo is about half the size of Raphael. Here is the trailer for this year’s follow up which I am bodaciously waiting to see!
The original and still my favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie!
Alright crochet master, so you’re looking to make that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle crochet hat or mask for your kids (or for your inner child). Obviously there are going to be many ways to do this, and it depends also on how large you want the eyes, and what shape. Always feel free to experiment to get it just right.
Here’s what you need to get started:
1. Yarn: black, white
3. G hook! (G size, that is)
Go ahead and use the white for the eyes first. Use a slip knot, chain 3. That’s fancy crochet talk for those who haven’t reached ninja status yet (which, if you haven’t, what are you doing with your life?). Yeah, you need to get on that fast. Once you’ve done that, locate the 3rd chain from your hook, and DC into it.
How To Make A Ninja Turtle Costume
So it’s Halloween (or maybe not, and you’re just that into ninja turtles) and you’ve decided to make a ninja turtle costume…cowabunga dude! Some things never go out of style, do they? Let’s get you started then; it’s actually pretty simple.
First things first, here are the materials you’ll need:
1. Two poster boards (1 green, 1 yellow)
2. Paint: black
3. Green paint for your body (the kind that washes off easily)
4. Some kind of green shirt, short sleeve, or long
5. Dark shorts; black is probably best
6. Any shirt that is the color of your ninja turtle (ex: Leonardo/blue) You’ll be cutting this into strips for the mask, elbows, and knees
7. Black wristbands
So the ninjarazis over at TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.com have gotten their hands on a sneak peak of an officially-licensed TMNT costume, giving us a glimpse of what our famous amphibious pre-adolescents will look like in this year’s movie. The torn jeans, chain and shades imply someone what of a punk/thug-style. One can only hope!
So you’re looking to draw a ninja turtle? It’s actually a lot easier than you think, and doesn’t require a lot of time or skill. Here’s how:
First things first, you want to draw an egg-like shape for the face (Using a pencil is recommended. This way, you can correct any mistakes). Once you have this shape, draw a line around the shape, just a little above the middle point of the shape.
So you’ve decided to make a ninja turtle cake…congrats! You’re probably one of a few people who like to be fun and creative with their baking. While it may seem like you have to be a pro to make a ninja turtle cake, it is actually not that difficult. Here’s the scoop:
Step 1: First things first, unless you’re a baking ninja who makes everything from scratch, you probably just want to go out to your local store and pick up a box of cake mix. Betty Crocker will do just fine. You also want to pick up some frosting pens. Make sure you have all the necessary colors (you’ll be needing quite a bit of green).
Step 2: Once you’ve baked the cake (2 layers), and it’s cooled, you can start coloring the frosting so that you get the perfect shade of ninja turtle green. Put a layer of frosting on the first layer of cake.