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Wood Burning: Boost your Workflow through Simple Design

teacher avatar Sean Voelger, Digital Artist

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9 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:22
    • 2. Materials

      3:30
    • 3. Wood

      2:37
    • 4. Cutting

      3:25
    • 5. Sanding

      3:13
    • 6. Design

      12:42
    • 7. Safety

      3:11
    • 8. Burning

      9:08
    • 9. Finishes

      6:05
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In this course, were going to be creating simple mountain designs for wood burning. I will show you exactly how to do everything from cutting to burning and even finishes. In the end you will end up with a small simple little craft that you can do so much with! You can put it on a wall, use it as a coaster, and they even make fantastic handmade gifts!

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Sean Voelger

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Hello! I'm an Artist creating, discovering and exploring. I want to share what I've learned along the way. I grew up in NY and have been creating art for a long time, there's nothing I would rather do! For the most part, in terms of medium, I'm all over the place; it's hard for me to settle on something. Usually, I stick to digital mediums, traditional paintings and drawings using anything from charcoal to oil pastel. But for the core part of me, I'd consider myself a digital artist.

I plan on creating more and more Skillshare courses as I continue and evolve my own personal skills to share to the world. I'm always trying to improve my courses as new ones come out, so be sure to check them out!

 

 

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1. Introduction: Well, hello there, everybody. And welcome to wood burning. Boost your work flow through simple design. Now, what the heck does workflow mean? Pretty much. It's ah, fancy word for productivity or efficiency. You know, words like that, that sort of thing. And essentially, what I'm gonna be doing today is I'm going to be showing you how to achieve this boost through simple design work. Today we're gonna be looking how to make these cool little mountain design thing. He's Yeah, look at these things. They're pretty cool, right? Cool. Little mount design things. Awesome. Anyway, you may be wondering how the heck is doing something like this gonna help my workflow when I want to do more ambitious things. Well, let me tell you, I think this is more of like, uh, an exercise or a warm up to something. This is gonna help you stay on top of your skills and really just help me stay in it. And also, you get a pretty cool looking thing at the end of it. It's not that hard. Doesn't take long. And if you want to make a nice little gift, what exactly are we gonna be doing here? Well, even though this is gonna be specifically about wood burning, you can actually use this process in pretty much anything you dio. So I'm gonna be showing you exactly how to prepare, burn and finish a piece. Were to be looking at things such as materials, type of wood, grain, safety, cutting, sanding, burning and finally finishes. Not only will I be giving you techniques along the way, but also demonstrate how something as simple as this can help you achieve bigger and better things. My name Sean. Vulgar. And that's it. Well, that's not like like, Like it. There's still more like like, more videos. But, um, like more video, that's not like this one's like this video starting. There's more of it. Okay. All right. Okay. You got 2. Materials: already. So welcome to materials. We are going to be taking a look at some of the things you're gonna need. So let's take a look here. We first. And most basic thing you are going to absolutely need is a wood burner. That is that's the whole point of wood burning. You're gonna You know what burner you can pick going up at your local art store or really, whatever. Anywhere from 15 $30 is going to be your price range. This one has a dialogue. It's kind of nice. The cord is very short, though I will say that Can I don't know why they do that. So, yes, you just so happen. This would be very good to have an extension cord. Uh, this is the shortest one I could find. And it is very long, much longer than I would ever. So you would have to consider that, um as thes courts are very, very unnecessarily short. I don't know why they dio it's very annoying, So make sure you are close to an outlet that is important, Teoh. All right. Um, also we're going to need We need a pencil. This is how we're going to sketch our design onto wood. And speaking of wood, we are going to meet, would now I'm not going into detail about that right now, but in the next video, I will. We're talking about all that, all the juicy bits of the wood, so that's good. And, of course, an eraser. And I find you don't want to use something like a Sharpie because I can't erase that. And it's gonna bleed all throughout the wood and depending on the wood. Uh, so you don't want that you're gonna want an eraser in a pencil. It's a wood burner, extension cord, outlet, pencil and eraser. And also a good place to work. You need go ahead and find a nice place to work using this area. Uh, but keep in mind, sometimes you can accidentally set this, and it can. Sometimes it likes to just go down on the and, um, spoiler alert. Uh, this gets hot. This gets very hot, very, very hot. And it will burn pretty much almost anything. So keep that in mind. Uh, so try and find a space that you don't really mind if it just so happened to get, uh, damaged. Okay, so that is it for materials. And also, you will need a some sort of saw, but we're not. We're gonna get into that in the cutting wood section of the course, so don't worry about that right now. Just these basic materials. You probably find them around your house, but maybe not wood burner, But that is the big thing, and that's it, All right. 3. Wood: all right and welcome to would we're gonna be talking all about would. And there's actually not too much to say, but I'll say what I have to say. So as you saw from the entrance, we are going to be making these little things, and I have in these little tree laying around with things. Yeah. So where do I get this? Well, let me tell you, it's actually very simple. Um, here's some pieces without it. And I actually get it from a piece of camp firewood that is really all it is. And here's the big, uncut peace of mind and you can get about 2025 pieces out of this, and that's pretty awesome. And I mean, I just found in my backyard it is Oakwood, all right. One of the hardest woods. And usually people would say, Oh, you have use bass would and password is one softest woods. And however I would have to disagree. I think it really it doesn't really matter what kind of what you're using A so long as you can really burn through it. Uh, many would probably disagree with this. However, this is what I This is my opinion on oak is very strong, and this will let last you a very long time. Uh, people tend to really like oak. Andi, that's pretty great. So in the next video, we're gonna be cutting these, um, And again, it's just camp firewood. Really? Any wood will be fine. This is about three inches in diameter. And what's so great about these things is you get these awesome tree rings here, and that's just it just makes it super authentic and working with these natural materials like this, it's just it's really possible. So that's it for Would, um yeah, that was very quick again. Not too much of a big deal. If you want, you can get so many varying sizes, and that's what every canvas you're gonna work on with this is gonna be different. They're all gonna be different. So that's really awesome. So that's it for wood. And in next video, we're gonna be cutting this thing 4. Cutting: greetings and welcome to cutting. All right, so what do we do with cutting? So we have our piece of wood, and I also have here a miter saw. Now all we have to do is cut it. Now, How do we got it? Let me tell you pretty much would you want to get, I think the best with for cutting and we're back. Okay, that didn't happen at all. So anyway, we do have our camp firewood, and we are going to cut it in. The best with is going to be about 1/4 of an inch. I think you know, you really want to get thin unless you want it thick. Sure, if you want to do that. So let's Jesus. But first, uh, safety safety glasses. You probably do some more safety stuff, but, you know, at least he have safety glasses. It wasn't in the materials, but I mean, you don't really need it, but you should. Let's get down to be using this. All right, So here's our miter saw. Um, if we lift this up real quick, you can see there is indeed a played there. Don't touch it. Do not touch it. Don't think about touching it and just don't touch it. Because that would be bad. Especially if it's on. So of course, you gotta plug it in, and, um, you can put it with you can cut it with a, uh you know, one of those fancy saws. Well, it's not really fancy. It's more, uh, you know, a saw a regular saw their not so fancy. But any way you could do that, it would take a long time, but you could do it. So what we're gonna dio just gonna grab it? Doesn't matter. Really. Which end? Well, the sides a little finer matter. But anyway, what we want to dio is we want to align this now. I just hit this. I just hit this button that's not going to turn it on, But it's going, Teoh, push it down, Have that up. So just pushed down. And we would just we just want Oh, we just want to line that up, make it good, make it all nice and good. You just want to get it at 1/4 of an inch, you know, real thin, real nice about there. That should be all good Now what we're gonna want to do is just hit this button here and pushed down. All right? So that's pretty much it simple is that, you know, I got it really thin. Really nice. I'm really happy with that. Um, So what we're gonna be doing next is we're gonna be doing some designs. Safety burning on a of course, sanding. We must do that. That is important. So that is it for this? 5. Sanding: alrighty. Hello, everyone. And welcome to sending This is arguably the most important thing. Okay, so this is very important. Okay, So let me tell you why now. These pieces of wood have he's kind of, like valleys these ridges all over it. And if we just cut it and just went for burning, it would be very annoying. It just sucks. Just sand it. Okay, So pretty much. Yeah. There's just so much bumps. And when you go to burn it, it just doesn't make any sense. And it's just hard. Your blades gonna get stuck. It just makes it so much harder. So what we need to do is sanding. And I thought I'd give you just a super short video on that. Now, how the heck did we do that? Well, first thing we need to do is ventilate. What do we need? We need sandpaper. So I have two pieces of sandpaper here, actually, and one of them is fine in one of them is a more coarse sandpaper. Okay? And we always need to go from course to find. So let's just find a Really I tend to do both sides anyway, but, um, I'm just gonna go ahead and take my coarse sandpaper. So it's just more rigid and not as smooth as the fine. You get the point. So bring it over here so you might want to go in circles. Now, you wanna go in circles? Because if you don't, then it's gonna your any of these lines way don't want that. So I'm just going in circles, like, tap it out. Um, that's pretty nice. And now we have a pretty smooth area. Um, and that was my course. I want to take my fine go to course. Two fine. About that much. Just going in circles, You know who is? We need a well ventilated area. Okay, so that's pretty smooth. As you can see, I don't have the tree rings are still visible, and you can overdo it. You don't want to overdo it because, um, you might get uneven edges. You see, I might have went aloof far. If you want to do the backside, you can don't have to not required If you want. You can. But I'm gonna skip that for now. You get the gist, and that's great. So that's it for sanding 6. Design: okay. And welcome to design. All right, So way are going to be designing, please, Mountains. I'm going to show you exactly how to do them. And I separated it into four simple steps. So I've done a little demonstration in my sketchbook on, and so I'm going to do a little example on their draw Him lay down four simple steps, but then we're going Teoh, get this onto Would we just sand it? No. How do we draw this mountain? Well, first, we're gonna have to start out with a nice little outline here, So I just kind of sketch out what I want. And you know, the great thing about these is that they always come out different. And that's what really makes. He's just so great. And they're just so simple. So then what I do is I establish a light source. Where is my light coming from? So to keep it real simple, I'm just gonna do it either is coming from the left or the right. So over here, the light is coming in from the left side. It means the right side is going to be darker. So what I do is I just thinking up that line and then we get these sort of he's, uh, branching like calm, branching out organic shapes and pretty much what that is, it's just branching out from the shadows, um, from this side. So they're just organic shapes. And really, when you're looking at a mountain, um, it's all three d bumpy, and you're gonna get weird shapes like this. So after that, I like to call these floating shapes, and that is final touches, and that is how you achieve this. So let's just get started here. So again, I'm just going to start out with a simple outline and trying to make it think Rocky, bumpy, that sort of thing. So try to use straight lines on, and maybe some curves here and there, especially near the bottom. I like to use curves, and then I'm just gonna keep going on, and I'm going to peak it off just like that, and you can make your peak is wide or thin or however you want it. And then I'm gonna come on down here, just finish it off like that and we have a basic mountain and, I don't know, maybe another peak right here. Just where it seems right or just need is calling for a mountain spaces empty, their need me a mountain and yeah, just just to get some more variation, that's had another peak on the other side. There we go. We'll go over here, and I like I wouldn't add any more than three. And so you want to stick in 12 or three? Zone four. Maybe. Maybe you can get away with that, but to keep it simple, nice and simple. Um, 12 or three is really what you want. So step two, we want to figure out where our light sources So, um, say the lights coming in from the right. So that means the left side is going to have shame the most shadows. So I'm just gonna think in this up right here, And I do recommend that you, uh, you know, do it just to do a little bit of a at least one sketch on a piece of paper before you do it on the wood. Although it doesn't particular matter particularly matter, because you can erase on the wood. But it is nice to get a little bit of practice in before you do it. Okay, So these mountains, I'm just thickening up these lines over here. Just like that, You know, you want to get great thick. And also, um, maybe this side might get they get up a little, especially towards the bottom. And I'm gonna be talking about line. Wait. Okay. So lying. Wait, What? That gets line way. What do I mean by that? Well, think of your image having gravity to it. So as you go down with lines tend to thicken up, and it makes its feel heavier at the bottom. So you have thicker lines at the bottom. It's going to feel sort of heavy. And that is exactly one. And if we go towards the top, it's going to be more thin like the air. We go up to the mountain, get thinner air. I don't know. You could be something or whatever, but you can use them for much. Any artwork you dio. Okay, so let's move on to step three. Uh, this is what I call branching organic shapes. And pretty much we're just going to branch off off with lines we did here. And I'm just going to make these organic shapes. Kind of just I'm just going crazy about that. I mean, I'm not I don't really know what I'm doing. And that's what's so great about this. Have organic process. I appear after you have that we could move on Teoh fourth step. And that is just floating organic shapes. And that just kind of comes out here. And you know what? Well, just connect it there. And I'm kind of, um I don't have too many curves. We'll actually have a variety of curves and straight lines. But when I get to the end, I like to just thin it out. Pointed out just like that so we don't have a perpendicular line. It just comes to a breath stop. So you don't want that, okay? And pretty much that's really it. Maybe on our flight side, I like that a few branches here just for a little variety. And that can happen. Teoh at a little organic floating shape there. And there we go. That is, That's it. That's how you do it. And I guess I just go over this really quick again. You want to establish your sketch here of your mountain then you want establish with lights coming from in thinking up the side for the shadows, and then you have your branching organic shapes in your floating organic shapes and that is it. And this is just a great will. Simple design. That's awesome. So now how do we get this on here? Pretty much. This is a very organic piece of material we're working with, so let's try and find a place when you want the horizon line to fit best. And then I think this is going to be our best choice now. It's nice and smooth, so I don't have to worry about it getting stuck, pencil getting stuck or the wood burner kind of get stuck. So let's go for maybe two mountains or we'll see what happens. So again, I just like Teoh kind of start in. So what's really great about this is thes rings act as a measuring tool, so this die in the middle. Well, that's that's your middle. So that's really great, depending on how war gear pieces, that's pretty much gonna be the middle every time. So what? I like to do it. I just like to start just below it to the left or right or wherever whatever side you want to start with, and then we just do the same thing. We just start sketching out our mountain on. You can pick it wherever you want. Um, either to be right in the middle or just the left or right, wherever you want to do it doesn't really particularly matter. I think as long as it's above the middle point, I think you're good. So I'm just gonna peak it right there. I mean, go down pretty dramatically and kindly that I'm gonna curb it out just like that. And then I'm gonna a little bit of space here. Nice little mountain here to form. Yeah. There we go. Right. And you know what? Yeah, What the heck? Let's had 1/3 just right there. Uh, just just very, very subtle. Just a very subtle mountain right there. And if I say you know what, you know he's race. That's what's great about this. And I don't use transfer paper, anything to get a specific design. And every time I think it kind of doesn't make it feel as unique. So if you do it this way, it really does feel like something special. Okay, so I think we have got something here I think we can work with. I have gone Teoh each end, but I have gone all the way. Um I'm going all the way at less left, like make 1/4 inch on each side here on and got a pretty much right in the middle as I was using this as a measuring tool, the center point. So now we want to figure out where our light is coming from and pinsight feeling that day, I guess, doesn't really matter where you put it. See, the light is coming in from the right, Andi. That means the left is going to have the shadows. So put that in right here. And as we go towards the bottom way, we're going Teoh have thicker lines. Seven thicker lines up here. If you want just shadows here and then I want to go to some of the other peaks and pointing it out. I'm kind of it's coming to a point at the end, that is, that's a great little skilled learn when you would burning. It's just like to point out those lines so that does it for that. You know what? That's a shadow down here, okay? And then we're going to bad some branching or getting shapes. All right, so that's pretty much it. Right? So better that process is here. And now we have a pretty nice design here. And what we're gonna do next is safety, but then would burn she And that should be real fun. All right, so that's it. 7. Safety: and welcome to the most exciting part of the entire course Safety. Okay, so what are we gonna be talking about in safety? So pretty much. I mean, it's all gonna be kind of common sense, but I'll just go through it anyway. So pretty much this when you plug this in, it's gonna be really hot. Like you don't want touch that. Don't touch that. Like I'm doing now. Luckily, I've unplugged it. Which you should do. You should unplug it when you're not using it. Like when you're really not When you're like, OK, you know what, guys? I'm done and we have to unplug. Okay. And if you do have a dial sort of like this, make sure it is off. So that Teoh I'd like to turn off the dial and unplug it, but still, don't touch this. Don't touch that. That's bad. That's gonna hurt. I'm not really sure what the purpose of this ring is. I really don't know. Um, it's just really annoying. And it gets really hot, too. So that's a thing. Also, when you're done and you just don't just you can just drop it. Um, otherwise, this might get on the table and start burning it, and that will set your house on fire. And that's bad. So don't do that. I want to make sure that this is not touching the wood or really close to it. Also, don't leave the sun an edge on the edge of a table. That would be bad because you could hit the wire and it could just fall and started burning things. We don't want that. We just want to burn wood. Um, this would and I guess finally, one more thing. Don't cut towards yourself. Okay, so I'll just demonstrated here. You don't want to cut towards yourself like that. If you trying to get a cut, you should always cut away from yourself. Um, you're trying to get cut, and you don't think you can get any other way. You can just rotate it, and that's really awesome. So don't go toward yourself, because you might slip and burn your finger. And that's bad. So that is really all the safety. Um, make sure you unplug it when you're done, because it's gonna get really high. If you just leave it on overnight. It's so important that you unplug, Please. Okay. Awesome. All right. That's it. 8. Burning: already the moments you've all been waiting for. Wood burning. Finally, we've been doing all this preparation, and now we're finally ready. Who start would burning? All right, so how are we going to do so? If you have a wood burner with a dial, I recommend that you turn it up all the way. Um, this is going to effectively burn, especially the Oakwood doing the Oakwood technique Like like I am, um, so turn that old. Well, if you don't have a dial, plug it in, give it five minutes to warm up, and we can get ready. Now, when you put this down again, make sure it's not on the table and burning your table unless you want to. I don't know why you want to do it, okay. Any way we're going to get started. So I have this kind of universal tip. It's kind of like a blade like, um, so I'm going to be using that, and pretty much What we want to do is we want to do exactly what we did in design. We're pretty much just redoing it, except that it's even easier. Well, that's debatable, because we are using the wood burner. And, um, if you make a quote unquote mistake, um, that can be impossible to erase unless you work it into the design. So if you do happen to make a mistake, try to work with it if you like. I didn't mean to do that. You can try to turn into some have organic shape or did it up here Somehow make a son I don't know or cloud something like that. Just try to work with it. Just just don't get frustrated and just say, Oh, and the really easy to make. So if you do make a big mistake, just restart. And I mean, it really doesn't think that long. So what we're going to do is we're just gonna get right, and and what I'm gonna do is I'm just going to start. Um well, let me start at the bottom and I'm just going Teoh put down my wood burner and I'm just going to start burning. So what you want to dio is you want the You want the blade to do the wood burner. You want the wood burner to do the work Now, This true, If you hold it down you're gonna get more of ah effect. But just just relax and, um don't burn towards yourself. Um, if you want to get a certain angle and you can't get it, you can just rotate it really simple, just like that. And so what we want Dio is I'm just going in here and going over the lines that we did. And I'm only focusing that Be careful at the top with your thinner lines. You want to really make sure that is then and not to go overboard with that because you can make a pretty you can make mistakes there. Now, when I get to corners like here, what I try to do is just like I said, when I point out, we want a thin that area out and just have it come to an arrow. We point. And this is a great technique toward gun and you can use it gives you a lot of control once you mess. So that's all great. So once we're pretty happy with this. I'm just gonna go in here if we want to do some more details. What we can do is we can come up to our lines here and just waken kind of catch this edge here. So here I was gonna push over here. There's gonna be smoke. Okay, So I'm just coming in here and just kept trying to catch an edge here and just let the blade kind of burn its way to make this more thicker line. So that's great. And then we want to move on to our branching organic shapes and wanted is just the same thing. I just want to go in there and burn it just like that. Just go right over the graph. I just trace right over him on and go. Okay on, Just let the blade do the mark. It's all about that about being relaxed, Everything's great. And try not to go too much on an angle because the cylinder part is very hot and that can burn areas that you don't want to burn. It could just so try to stick. Teoh, don't go any more than a 45 degree angle. Um, otherwise, that won't be too good. So I mean, I'm just going over here to these organic shapes and just putting him in, and really, we're pretty much done. Believe it or not. So we want what we want to do is you want to finishing touches here, and what I do is I just go back to the edges trying in lodge the blade into a kind of this whole indentation that I've created here. And I just kind of curb out these edges here, okay? Just go in here and just like that and just just really just smoothing out these edges, curving them out, doing that sort of thing, maybe all thinking up these lines down here, Just running a little bit of pressure here. And I'm just now these edges here. Okay, E mail. Come over here. Just just thinking the very tip of the blade here. And I am pointing that out. I don't really want a perpendicular edges here because that's just kind of way. Don't want that. Yes, you do want that. But I don't want that. So I'm not gonna do that sticking up this line down here gets a line weight going. It's good. Okay. Okay. That is It's really that simple. He takes, like, five minutes or whatever the whole thing. So again, I guess some pointers out there. Be careful the angle you use, Um, let the blade do the work and just let it burn. And if you are going along here and it just kind of gets stuck like, oh, it's not going and going, and then it's like, Oh, I'm not moving. You want a lift up? Because then you're just burning that one area, and it's gonna get really dark. So you really don't want that? Okay, so that is it. And these are just really fun. Simple designs, Dio and all right, so we have to do some finishes on here. We want to really make this last. Make it all nice looking and finish it up. So that is it for wood burning, all right? 9. Finishes: Oh, Okay. Um, hello. All right. So welcome to the finale. All right, So this is this is it. We have We've made our design sanded it caught it, do all that awesome stuff. So now it's time to finish it. This is just so exciting. Hey, this is great. So what I have here a little bit clearer. Sick is, I have this would finish, and it's just standard. It's not that dark. See, what we want is a lot of contrast. So if you'd use a dark stain for wood burning, it's gonna kind of sucked, usually because you're just eliminating all that contrast. This stuff isn't it doesn't It doesn't make it too much darker. Um, but yeah, so it's pretty light. It gets a tiny bit darker, so you can tell was going on, but it penetrates stains and it seals up. So this'll means it's gonna last a long time. And it's oakwood. That's crazy, cause oak is gonna last us over a long time. Okay, So thes things are usually pretty hard to open, but what you need is a like a rag. Do not use a brush. Don't use a brush. So this is like old T shirt, I think something like that. You know, just a rag that you don't mind. You have to kind of dedicated to it. So we're just gonna kind of in this These things are paint we should be using is some sort of chisel or something. Toe open it also, I'm in a well ventilated area, so if you do it inside or somewhere or, you know, in your room or something, uh, it's gonna be is a very strong smell to it. So what I'm gonna do is I'm just gonna reach in here, just grab a little dab, sort of like that. And what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take my wood and I just want to do it justice. Such just a smooch stuff, Okay? Really going a lot. Because you do a lot. It's really make it dark. We don't want that unless you want that. Then do more. So what I'm gonna do here is to show you should go in circles immediately. You can see it's much darker. I might have done a little much right there, but it's all good. We can still see it. It's all great and I'm just gonna take your bag and go in circles, okay? Just like that. And I also like to do the back. That's just good for really unifying and getting it all together and making it last. Look at that. I like to go a little bit darker on that because there's nothing there. Go a little bit here, okay? Don't worry about the bark. Um, should be good set. That is really it. For what finished haven is really not much to it. Just put that stuff on. It's close. That really good. And as you can see here, we have a nice finish. Stained little mountain things. So this is awesome. We are done. We're done. That also. My gosh. Okay, now, I mean, what confuses we Could you put this on the wall and you could use a coaster? Probably should let dry let dry. Okay. So, yeah, I don't really know what else to say. Just do really whatever you want. I throw it back in the fire or not. That was in the fire. But you could throw it. And don't You could if you really hate it. Although you may want to keep so, Yeah, that is pretty much hit. So that was That was wood burning, Boosting your design flow through simple design. And these really are simple. You can really just make these over and over, and that's really great. So what it does when you work like this, You're kind of boosting your productivity with it. Inefficiency, Because doing this will really help you stay in it and keep going. It really helps you like. I mean, if you haven't done what burning in a while or really anything, you can apply this to anything. So it really will help you get back in it. So really help you rejuvenate yourself. So that's really great. So that is all they have to say. Keep making more do a whole set of this. I don't know. You know? Definitely try this. Definitely trust. Okay, Awesome. Just follow the steps and should be good. So pretty much This is it. This is my good bye. Thank you so much for watching and check out my other videos. Of course. Is stuff like that following me? It's goes here. Whatever on. That's pretty much it. All right. I'll see you later. That