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Monday, October 31, 2011

My Wedding Dais


Assalamualaikum semua..!! Hahaha..!! agak biul betul ek aku nih.. ape laa yang aku tengah GILER sangat nie ek?? Aku sendiri pun tak tahu kenapa... Title entry aku kat atas tuh pun tak tahu laa betul ke tak noun nye.. Hahahaha.. Yelaaa.. Bia laa aku jelaskan ape die yang aku maksudkan.. Hurmmm.. Malu laa pulakk!! Hahahahaha.. Nie haa!! citernye tentang Pelamin Idaman Aku laa... Hahahahaha... Amat kegilaan kan aku ni..!! Hahahahaha... Meh tengok jenis2 pelamin & warna yang aku idamkan suatu hari nanti... Chill-out..

Ade brown + cream

Woooww!! yang ni buat aku tambah berseri ni..
Gold Brown..

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Coklat...
Maklum laa aku minat color Brown..
Hehehehe..

Yang ni agak Simple & Tenang je kan..
Hehehe..


Aku suka Brown nieyh..!!
Huhuhu...


Pelamin Mini
Waaaahhh..!! biru..
Warna Romantik.. Tenang....

Woooaahh..!!
Sweetnye color...
Merah Love gituu...
huhuhuhu...




Yang ni pun cantik gak..!!!





Hurmmm... yang tuu jelaa yang aku dapat share dengan korang yer..!! Hehehehehe.. Tapi memang minat color2 yang cam nie tau.. Hahahahaha... Dah giler angau dah Din Aziz nie kan..?? Hahahaha... Ok lah!! Papai..!! nak out dulu laarrhh...

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Kek Coklat Kukus



Assalamualaikum.. Hari ni aku mau citer sal resepi yang mak aku buat iaitu Kek Coklat Kukus... Huhuhuhu best dan sedap sangat2.. Ceiwaahh..!! siap bagitau lagi tuh..!! tapi memang betol pun.. sedap tau mak aku buat.. Nanti aku cadang nak bawak sikit time aku masuk hostel kat tempat belajar nanti.. Buat bekalan.. Huhu.. Bukan senang dah lama aku tak makan Kek Coklat Kukus mak aku buat ni.. Time aku balik hari tuh, mak aku ade buat dalam 1 loyang. So, ape agi serbu laa makan.. Hahahaha.. Best sangat2..!! so trylah buat kek coklat ni..ada juga panggil kek coklat moist, kek coklat lembap atau kek coklat kukus.. Kat bawah ni aku ade senaraikan resepi2nya.. Kalau nak cuba buat, try laa.. Hehehehe... Jom..!! Chill-out..!! 

Ok..ni resepi Kek Coklat Kukus mudah dan best :-

Bahan-bahan kek coklat :
  • 250gm Butter
  • 3/4 cawan gula
  • 4 biji telur
  • 2 cawan tepung gandum
  • 3/4 cawan serbuk koko
  • 1 cawan air atau susu cair
Cara buat kek coklat :

  1. Bancuh serbuk koko dan air atau susu cair.
  2. Pukul Butter dan tambah gula sehingga kembang.
  3. Masukkan telur sebiji demi sebiji. Then, pukul lagi..
  4. Masukkan tepung gandum selang-seli dengan bancuhan koko tadi sambil terus memukul.
  5. Kukus 45 minit (dalam loyang)
Inilah keadaan kek coklat setelah siap dikukus dalam loyang


Nahh...!! hidangannya...
Dah siap....
Yummm..!! Yummm!!


p/s : Korang cuba laa try buat kat rumah dengan resepi ni... Rasenye betol dah kot resepi yang aku bagitau kat atas tadi.. Tapi inilah keknya yang aku suka makan hasil air tangan mak aku.. Hee~ Bessst...!! Oke! dah selesai.. Papai....!! see u later...

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Fright Night Movie



1hr 41min
Genre : Horror , Comedy
Distributor : Walt Disney Picture
Starring : Colin Farrell , Anton Yelchin , David Tennant , 
Christopher Mintz-Plasse , Toni Collete , Imogen Poots.

Synopsis

A suburban Las Vegas teenager realizes that his new neighbor is a charismatic vampire in this remake of the 1985 horror comedy hit. After years of climbing to reach the top of the social ladder, high school senior Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally rules the roost. Just as Charley ditches his best pal, "Evil" Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), and starts dating the most popular girl in their class, however, a handsome new face appears in the neighborhood. It belongs to Charley's new neighbor Jerry (Colin Farrell), an outwardly amiable guy with a quick smile and a sharp wit. But when Ed vanishes without a trace andCharley sees a side of Jerry that everyone else seems to miss, the nouveau popular teen becomes convinced that the nice-guy act is a cover for something truly sinister. Unable to convince his mother (Toni Collette) that Jerry is a genuine bloodsucker, Charley turns to Las Vegas magician Peter Vincent (David Tennant) to help exterminate the demon before he drinks the entire neighborhood dry. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

David Tennant

Anton Yelchin , Toni Collete












Sunday, October 23, 2011

Mural SMK Teknik Kuantan


Assalamualaikum.. haduuhaaii.. lame betol x menjenguk blog aku nih.. agak busy sikit.. X de mase nak luangkan kat blog nie.. Huhuhuu.. Xpelaa.. sekarang mau story about cuti akhir sem 3 nie aku de job kat SMK Teknik Kuantan. Job yang x lain x bukan job Mural laa.. Mulanya projek ni Kolej aku yang dapat tender. So, diagihkan pula kepada bidang Art & Design ( Fine Art & Graphic). Kerja nie dikendalikan seramai 7 orang yang terdiri daripada 4 org (Graphic)---> Khairul Anwar, Alif, Mohammad Ismadi, Muhd Nizam . then 3 org (Fine Art)---> Izzi, Dayat, Aku... Hehehehe.. Kerja ni kteorg start mengemudi pada 12 Oktober lalu.. Dan Alhamdulillah siap sempurna pada 20 Oktober (4 pm).. Ceiiwaahh!! siap dengan jam lagi bagitao tuhh..!! Hahahahaha..!! 13hb kiteorg start berkerja keras.. Huhuhu.. Cat2 bangunan.. Pasang2 Scaffolding.. Ape2 pun chill-out dulu ape yang de kat bawah nie.. :)


Memasang Scaffolding
3 tingkat Platform




Menuang Cat yang mahu disental pada dinding

yang agak menggerutu besar2 texture bangunannya...
Hadooooiii......







Agak tinggi kan???
Huuhuhu..
Bangunan 2 Tingkat..







Bermulanya kerja pada malam hari.....
Haa..!! Nie die pancaran menggunakan
Projector.. Memerlukan kerja pada waktu malam hari..

Haaaa..!! Boss..!!
Senyumm Bergaya dengan laptopnye..
duk Control Pnacaran tuu..
Huhuhuhu...

Selepas dah pancar tepat mengikut ukuran
Composition yang betul , proses melukis dilakukan..


Keesokkan Hari....


Alahaaaii Ismadi..
Penuh dengan penghayatan..
~Good Job~


Port Ismadi..
Sebelah Bunga Raya aku..
Haaaa..!! Bunga Raya ni aku laa
punye keje..
Hahahahaha...!!

Dayat n Alep duk color 
Genggamam tangan 1 Malaysia..

Uuuuiii...!!
sempat lagi lontarkan senyuman 1 Malaysia..

Uuuuii..!!
Hati2 Is...
xde tangga tuu kat sebelah..
sanggup ikat pinggang kat Scaffolding..

Sempat lagi bergambar sebelum berangkat pulang
Tanggal 16 Oktober
berangkat pulangnya Ismadi
ke kampung halamannya..
Sabah.. Kerana hal keluarga..


Buat tona warna..
Realism..

Sketch pada waktu malam..
pancar pakai projector..

Time color kerawang...


Aaaaaiikk..???
Lecturer pun 'turun padang' jugak..??
Hurmmm.. Caaiiyyokk2..!!
Puan Ida, Puan Ros..

Haaaa...!! Tuuu diaaa..!!
Si tinggi lampai pun turun padang jugak..??
Puan Haida.. Huhh!! Penuh dengan ketelitian..
Tapi semmpooii..!!


Hampir dalam 20 % lagi mau siap..
Alaahaaii..!! si Puan Ida n Puan Ros..
Sempat lagi bergambar sebelum berangkat pegi
ke UiTM Shah Alam untuk urusan akademik
student2...
Naahh..!! Dah siap..!!
Touch-up by - Khairul Anwar..
Huhuhu...
Udah siap dah Bunga Raya..
Realism...
Coloured by - Din Aziz (aku laa)
Dah siap sempurna
Corak motif Kerawang
di blok asrama Lelaki..

Hurmmmmm.... Alaahaaii... penatnyee.. buat kerja nie.. tapi kadang2 best jugak. Buat kerja outdoor.. Huhuhu.. daripada asyik buat keje dalam studio je.. Haaa..!! sekarang paint atas dinding.. Huhu.. Bukan senang.. Hurmm.. Adesss.. ponat dah.. Pape pun ak out dulu laa... ChiLL SuDaa.. :)

Friday, October 21, 2011

Real Steel Movie



Review: Hugh Jackman stars in Real Steel a live-action version of rock-em-sockem robots, which harkens back to the underdog flicks of the 80s.

Real Steel is a throwback film. It is retro filmmaking, in a good way. Some could call it an homage to 80s underdog flicks, others might say that it is a traditional story archetype, using themes that have worked for years. In other words, it isn’t exactly an original plot, but it still works. From the first five minutes of Real Steel, you have a pretty good idea what will happen throughout. It is a simple film, with simple concepts, supported by good action, solid acting and timeless themes. Putting aside the flashy robots, it is nothing you haven’t seen before, but it also takes the familiar and does it very well.

There is a reason that underdog stories work so well. The 80s especially were littered with them, and in almost any movie featuring a competitive event of any kind—whether it be about, say a kid learning karate, an undersized boxer with a heart of gold, or a kid skiing to save the rec center from being turned into a strip mall!—the idea is the same. It doesn’t even have to be about sports, just competition.

Those days have changed, and while the theme is universal and eternal, most filmmakers feel the need to add what they see as twists and layers to what is already a proven formula. Sometimes it works, sometimes it takes away from what works. Real Steel is more straightforward than that, and the result is an inoffensive movie that is hard to hate, driven by the charisma of Hugh Jackman and the surprising talent of Dakota Goyo as the boy who finds a robot…and a father. Yeah, it’s that kind of movie.


Max is a smart kid and understands that he was kind just slightly sold. He is, however, a big fan of the fighting bots, and convinces Charlie to let him tag along to watch him compete in robotic boxing events. Charlie grudgingly accedes. Following a disastrous fight they end up at a robotic junk yard, scavenging for pieces to try and put together a new robot, when Max discovers Atom.

Atom is the ultimate underdog. He is an obsolete fighting robot that was built as a sparring partner, which means that  he was designed to take a massive amount of punishment and still keep coming–just like any good underdog. And while it may seem odd to call a robot “him,” Atom is essentially a metal Rocky.

Atom soon begins fighting on the lowest tiers of the robot world, but quickly displays talents–including speed and the ability to take a whoopin’–which when paired with Charlie’s fighting knowledge, make Atom a contender. That of course, leads Atom, Charlie and Max on a collision course with Zeus, the ultimate fighting bot and reigning champion. But not before valuable lessons are learned and people grow, etc., etc

The plot of Real Steal basically takes all of the best underdog movies of the 80s, then picks and chooses the plot points that work best. And while that doesn’t make for the most original of films, it does lay the groundwork for a movie that appeals to a wide spectrum of people. It is also helped immensely by the performances of the stars, especially Hugh Jackman.



For a movie about things that don’t actually exist in the real world, Real Steel’s effects are more than up to the task. One of the main characters is a beat up robot that never speaks, so his entire personality has to be told through movement and details that are created mostly in a computer. It is always a risky proposition to place such emphasis on something that is entirely effects driven, but the CGI is well designed, and you will soon buy into the robot as a character.
Conclusion
Everybody loves a good underdog flick, with clearly defined good guys and bad, and it is hard to not like a character redemption arc where someone learns valuable life lessons and such. Throw on a visually impressive side filled with robots doing awesome things, and you have a hit. Having a A-list star in Hugh Jackman at the top of his game doesn’t hurt either. Real Steel may be a grown up version of rock-em-sockem-robots, but it is a good one that will appeal to a lot of people. 
Real Steel is a familiar and safe movie, filled with clich├ęs and plots you have heard a thousand times. But the unique gimmick of the robots, the performances of its stars and the effects that sell the underdog story through a robot avatar all work well. The story may not shock you, but it won’t need to because it is a proven commodity that is put together extremely well. Director Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum seriesDate Night) has made his career with films that aren’t exactly challenging, but are designed to reach a wide audience, and that is what he has done with Real Steel—his best film to date, and an overall good movie.


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