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    Challenge Accepted: Drifting with Zoe Bell, Part 3

    It's the next day, and Zoe and Conrad review some aerial footage of a few attempts at drifting a figure eight. Zoe takes to the wheel at a final attempt to master the maneuver, and wraps up her own instruction by becoming an instructor herself!

    Ask Adam Anything: Home Improvements

    Every week, Adam takes a question from the comments section below or on social media (tagged #AskAdamSavage) and answer them for the Tested member community. This week, Adam answers a question about his personal home improvement projects.

    Model Behavior: Bug Boy Model Kit!

    This week, Kayte and Norm put together a model kit purchased at this year's Monsterpalooza convention, and attempt to replicate a paint finish of the kit we saw at the show. This delightfully unsettling bug boy kit was sculpted by Andrew Martin (Monster Caesar Studios), and we loved putting it together and experimenting with painting it!

    Ask Adam Anything: Do You Miss Mythbusters?

    Every week, Adam takes a question from the comments section below or on social media (tagged #AskAdamSavage) and answer them for the Tested member community. This week, Adam talks about what he misses from working on Mythbusters.

    Challenge Accepted: Drifting with Zoe Bell, Part 1

    We're thrilled to debut a project with the inimitable Zoe Bell, actress and stunt performer from some of our favorite films like Kill Bill, Death Proof, and Thor: Ragnarok! In this series, Zoe takes on the challenge of learning to drift a stunt car--a physically and mentally demanding skill she's yet to learn. Zoe embarks on the journey of developing this skill using the maxim of SODOTO: See One, Do One, Teach One. The first step: getting a feel for the car on the test track with Adam Savage.

    Model Behavior: Creating a Bronze Finish

    We've used Rub 'n Buff on Tested before to give objects metallic finishes, and this week, Bill Doran takes us through the process of turning two garage kits to bronze. We chose these two kits for the differences in their sculpts: one an organic skull and the other a piece of armor. Here's how a wax metallic finish can bring out the details in your paint work.

    Ask Adam Anything: Most Used Shop Equipment

    Every week, Adam takes a question from the comments section below or on social media (tagged #AskAdamSavage) and answer them for the Tested member community. This week, Adam talks about his most used tool in his shop, as well as his favorite ones to use for his builds.

    LEGO with Friends: Train Engine with Greg Peltz!

    We're joined by special guest Greg Peltz, a set modeler at Pixar and creator of Bonelab three-dimensional skeleton model kits! One of Greg's many passions is train engines, so the set we're putting together is a custom locomotive that we hope to get running on the table. We chat about Greg's work, Bonelab creations, and geek out about trains!

    Model Behavior: Fixing Glue Mistakes

    Kayte shows us some of her tips for fixing and correcting glue and adhesive mistakes when modelmaking. Whether it's with hot glue, super glue, or epoxy, there's always a way to fix or hide your crimes. Don't panic!

    Ask Adam Anything: Drawing for Leisure

    We're bringing back Ask Adam Anything segments! Every week, Adam will take a question from the comments section below or on social media (tagged #AskAdamSavage) and answer them for the Tested member community. This week's question is about Adam's personal drawings for fun and leisure.

    Science in Progress: Making an Octopus Puzzle, Part 3

    While we wait for the California Academy of Science's Giant Pacific Octopus to learn Adam's puzzle, Kishore and Indre visit biologist and cephalopod expert Rich Ross' home aquarium and lab where Rich breeds and raises octopuses and other amazing critters. It's one of the most fascinating home laboratories we've visited!

    Science in Progress: Making an Octopus Puzzle, Part 2

    Two years after our first visit to the California Academy of Sciences, Adam and Indre return with the Octopus puzzle to introduce it to a new Giant Pacific Octopus. Here's how the marine biologists at the Cal Academy introduce Adam's puzzle to the GPO!

    Science in Progress: Making an Octopus Puzzle, Part 1

    Adam visits the California Academy of Sciences to meet one of its Giant Pacific Octopuses and chat with marine biologists to learn about Octopus intelligence. Back at the cave, he designs and builds a feeding puzzle to give to the Cal Academy to help stimulate the GPO!

    Model Behavior: Patina and Polish

    We can't get enough of Bill's Skyrim-inspired prop builds, and this week we assemble a cold-cast dagger kit from the Punished Props archive. Bill shows us how you can get a metallic finish by polishing cold cast parts, and then add real patina weathering without any paint!

    LEGO with Friends: Custom Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!

    We're in for a treat for this month's LEGO with Friends! The incredibly talented Brent Waller visits us from across the world to talk about his designs for LEGO creations like the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 and Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. We check out Brent's custom minifig designs, learn about his contributions to the LEGO Batman movie, and put together this awesome Stay Puft!

    Model Behavior: Miniature Wood Flooring

    Fabricator and modelmaker Kayte Sabicer shows us a technique for making simulated wood flooring using simple gatorboard and shellac sealer! This is an effective technique she's used many times in making miniature sets, and can be use for miniature displays. The finished effect is so cool!