Welcome Al Gelato

Celebrating 30 Years In Los Angeles! Thank You LA!!!!

Location

Location

Location – 806 S. Robertson Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90035      (310) 659-8069

Store Hours:

Closed Monday

Tuesday – Thursday 11:30am – 10pm

Friday & Saturday11:30am – 11:30pm

Sunday11:30am-10pm

Easter Sunday Closed 

July 4th11:30am – 5pm

Holiday Hours: Thanksgiving Day Closed 

December 24, 2012      11:30am – 6pm

Closed 12/25 – 1/1    

Reopening 1/2      at 11:30 am…

Delivery

Delivery

Delivery – Our Delivery Area is Sunset Blvd to the North,La Brea Avenue to the East,the 10 Freeway to the South,And Avenue of the Stars To The West. 

•Please Note, A Delivery Fee Of $5 Is Charged By Our Courier Schlep & Fetch To Bring It To Your Door.

All Deliveries Must Be Paid In Advance By Credit Card.

For Their Safety, Drivers Will Not Carry Cash.

Gratuities Are Appreciated! Buon Appetito!…

Wreck Journal

Wreck Journal

Wreck Journal – In my blog post, I often write about the importance of writing down goals and projects. If you actually write down your goals and plans or type them, you raise the level of your commitment to them. From your thoughts, structured ideas and projects emerge and you are ready to take action. The next thing you can do is improve the way you plan daily, organize what you want to do, and assess your progress. Writing down things can also be a great help in reminding you of what’s on the plate.

This is a perfect connection to another challenge. Spend a little time every day to record something in the journal. There is no minimum number of words or time requirements. It is important to keep it and write something every day. The journaling assignment lasts for two months and is always available. Exchange ideas with other Goalify users and get valuable tips to help you be more consistent with your journaling. Once again, you will receive Goalify Unlimited for 3 months. This time, it’s an excerpt from the most hard-working author.

Here are seven steps you can take to improve your journaling:

Find the right media for you.
Some people like to write on computers, tablets and smartphones, while others find pen and paper to be the best fit for them. Even if we all spend a lot of time in front of the computer, or just for that reason, I recommend creating your own handwritten journal. Get a nice notebook and a high quality pen. This is really fun to write. After all, journaling should be fun too! With your notebook, pen, and writing area ready, it’s easy to integrate journaling into your daily life and even make it a habit.

Let’s start by seeing where you are now.
Make a note of how your life is progressing now. Describe your work situation, your personal relationship, and any other observations you have about your current living situation. The more you understand the current situation and the better your starting position, the clearer your goals will be. It makes sense that it takes about 30 minutes to do this exercise. Write down everything that comes to your mind. Personal reflexes can have some amazing effects and can be a great help when it comes to finding a solution to a problem.

Write every day.
Now that you’ve finished looking back on your life, start writing regularly. Write whatever comes to your mind for a minute or two. Of course, you can write more if you want. The important thing here is not to write a specific amount. Instead, it is to do it consistently.

You may want to write about your feelings, or you may want to explain what is frustrating to you. Or you may want to write about what you are hungry for. It may seem like you’re writing less for a few days, but still keep it and write regularly.

It becomes a habit to spend a few minutes every day writing a diary, and if necessary, increase the writing time. If you start to lose consistency because you spend more time journaling, reduce the duration to something more manageable.

Record your goals and your success.
If you have a goal you want to work on, or a project you want to complete, write it down immediately. It doesn’t matter if it’s something big or small. It’s writing, and writing consistently. Also, don’t forget to keep a diary about what you have accomplished and what you are proud of. It includes not only the small successes that occur in our daily lives, but also the greater outcomes. It’s important to keep track of things so you can see what you’ve achieved later.

Write about what inspires you.
It doesn’t have to be about goals and success all the time. At times, you may want to write down an inspirational quote. Are there any motivational quotes that are good for you? (You can also include photos, concert tickets, and postcards as L Reminders. The main thing is to be inspired by it.

Take your diary with you wherever you go.
So are you going on vacation or business trip, or are you leaving the city for a short weekend vacation? Ideally, take your diary with you wherever you go. That way, you’ll always have it with you so you can gather your thoughts and write them down with inspiration and other things you want to remember. Take the long train or plane and write about what’s in your heart.

Do a monthly review of journaling
At the end of each month, read the journal to see what you did. Look at the changes that have taken place in your life. Make a quick note of what goes well and what goes wrong. What seems to be a big problem is smaller than you initially thought. There may be some success. Perhaps you barely noticed it, but it is a source of joy and satisfaction.

Sort journals according to topic.
Assign colors to different topics (eg, blue for individuals, green for business, red for problems). Record the color coding system somewhere, such as the journal index or table of contents, and add color to the text after every writing session. That will make it easier to find things later. After you write more sentences under your belt, you will be especially grateful for setting up such a system

What do you think of journaling ideas? Would you like to take part in our challenge? Can you come up with some tips for our list?…

Draw Seagull Easy Drawings Bird Drawings

Draw Seagull Easy Drawings Bird Drawings – Seagulls are familiar white and gray birds that are frequently found in coastal areas around the world.

Have you ever seen a seagull that lives far away from the sea? Don’t worry, he hasn’t been lost. Some seagulls move inland in either summer or winter. Some show how the tool works.

did you know? There are over 40 species of seagulls and hundreds of other seabirds. Many seagulls live in colonies, or groups that can contain hundreds or thousands of individuals. Some seagulls are known to live for almost 50 years.

Step-by-step instructions for drawing seagulls

Seagull drawing-step 1

  1. First, draw a curve to form the head and neck of the seagull.

Seagull drawing-step 2

  1. Use a series of curves to outline the rounded curve triangle at the top of the beak. Note the sharp tip. Then use a curve to enclose the bottom of the beak.

Seagull drawing-step 3

  1. Draw a curve downward from your beak. This forms the front of the neck.

Seagull drawing-step 4

  1. Stretch the line both behind and in front of the neck. Then extend a long curve from each. Notice how these lines overlap the neck line. These form the back and sides of the bird. Then draw a series of long and short curves from the back of the bird and connect almost to the other side. The short jagged dots on this line indicate the texture of the feathers. Finally, draw another series of long and short lines from this line to the side of the bird to enclose the shape of the body.

Seagull drawing-step 5

  1. Draw a bird’s tail using a long “C” line and erase the guidelines if necessary. Then draw single and paired curves across the tail.

Seagull drawing-step 6

  1. Draw a pair of lines down from the bird’s body. The lines should start straight and parallel, bulge outwards, and then return to their original state. This forms the bird’s legs, and the bulges become joints. Then use a series of curves to create the soles and toes. Draw a small triangle to form a nail on the tip of the visible toe.

Seagull drawing-step 7

  1. Draw the rest of the legs using the bulging parallel lines in the center. Use curves to draw your feet and toes, with a small triangle at the tip of your toes representing your nails.

Seagull drawing-step 8

  1. Surround the wings and draw a wavy curve from the top of your back to the bottom of your back. Draw a curve consisting of short lines to add a texture.

Seagull drawing-step 9

  1. Describe the seagull’s face in detail. Draw a curved band over the entire beak. Draw several circles on each other to form the eye and shade one to show the pupil. Finally, use the two curves to outline the eye and meet at the points on either side of the eye.

Complete drawing of seagulls

Color the seagulls. Most seagulls have black and gray markings. Their beaks and feet may be orange, yellow, red, black, and even blue!

Send seagulls for a beach vacation with sea creatures and feathered friends.…

Preschool Tree Template

Preschool Tree Template

Preschool Tree Template – These printed materials are for personal and non-commercial use only. Do not republish, upload, or modify the PDF file.

To feature or share these prints, please provide a link to a web page that contains a PDF.

procedure

  1. Click the image or the link below the image to open the printable file above. A PDF reader is required to view these files.
  2. Print the file on A4 or letter size cardstock.
  3. Color the wood and use it for cutting, crafts and other learning activities. Check out the sections below for treecraft ideas.

Easy Fruit Drawings

Easy Fruit Drawings

Easy Fruit Drawings – Art schools often ask students to draw and study fruit bowls. Of course, there is a very good reason for this. These diagrams teach learners a lot about consistency, composition, structure, and much more. So don’t be shy to try this. If you need help, there are many tutorials online that show you how to draw a fruit bowl.

To draw a fruit bowl, you need to maintain three important things. The first is the structure of the drawing. You need to introduce both the bowl and the fruits in it. Next, you need to check the composition of the drawing. Finally, you need to make sure that the elements in the drawing, such as the fruit and the bowl itself, are symmetrical to maintain consistency.

  1. Drawing a simple fruit bowl

An ideal tutorial for beginners, this video will teach you the simplest and easiest approach to drawing a fruit bowl. If you are completely new to drawing and sketching, you should start now. Not only is it easy to draw, but it also helps you understand how composition works when drawing a fruit bowl. This knowledge will be useful in later drawings.

  1. A simple fruit bowl drawing tutorial

Compared to the drawing we saw earlier, this drawing has a more structured outline drawing and looks a bit nicer. Of course, the drawings themselves lack details and are a bit annoying to say the least. But given the fact that the painting demonstrations are aimed at children and brand new learners, it was all intentional.

  1. Draw a simple fruit basket

Once again, pick up the pencil and make something very simple, yet very important to the overall development of your drawing skills. This figure follows the absolute basics needed to compose a fruit bowl figure. I don’t recommend learning about drawing composition from this tutorial, but you can get a pretty simple idea of how it works.

  1. Beautiful sketch of fruit bowl

This tutorial will walk you through the process of sketching a simple yet beautiful picture of a fruit bowl. The placement of the elements in this figure provides a good idea of how the composition works with pencil drawings. Apart from that, the sketching work done in this drawing is relatively simple yet really beautiful. This is a good place to start if you are a beginner or a complete beginner in pencil sketching.

  1. A quick and easy way to draw a fruit bowl

In this video, I’ll show you how to draw a smooth and fairly easy fruit bowl. The outline of this artwork is very smooth. There is no roughness in this figure. This is similar to one of the clip arts that you see on your computer’s word processor. I personally found this demonstration very useful. It helped me practice my pencil skills and I was able to understand that I can draw smoothly with freehand.

  1. Drawing a simple fruit bowl for kids

Kids will enjoy working with this particular tutorial and the drawing styles shown here. This is mainly because it’s a very simple process and in fact it gives very good results. Kids enjoy working easily and finally getting something fruitful. Therefore, I think this tutorial is perfect for them. Also, given how simple and trivial the process is, I don’t think you’ll need any additional help from anyone else to do this drawing.

  1. Drawing a gorgeous fruit bowl with amazing pencil shading

If you have some experience in drawing or pencil drawing, it is highly recommended to try this drawing. The picture of this gorgeous fruit bowl is very well constructed and the sketches are very good. The instructions in the video will help you throughout this drawing process. All you need to do is focus, observe, and practice until it’s perfect. The whole process is easier than it looks, I can guarantee it to you.

  1. Demonstration of drawing a small fruit bowl

This video demonstration will show you the process of making a small fruit bowl with a pencil. This is a simple approach with no complexity at all. Shading is also very simple. You can start this drawing right away. You don’t need to know much about sketching before you start working on this particular piece. Therefore, you can start right away if you want. Arrange the videos side by side so that you can peak each time you get stuck.

  1. Stepwise Fruit Bowl Drawing Tutorial

This video is a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw a fruit bowl. The drawing is very smooth and the sketch is also very smooth. The pencil strokes are very vivid. It’s as if I’m putting effort into drawing. If you are uncertain about such an approach, we recommend that you do this drawing in your normal drawing style. Don’t think too much about transparency and smoothness. It is enough to finish the contours and shades accurately.

  1. Quick pencil drawing of a fruit bowl

Once again, let’s take a look at a tutorial that demonstrates a quick and easy process for drawing a fruit bowl. Tee…

Draw Hammerhead Shark Drawing Tutorials

Draw Hammerhead Shark Drawing Tutorials – Learn how to draw a hammerhead shark.

I learned how to draw a shark. Hammerhead sharks look very unique — they have a classic shark body. His trademark is his head, which resembles a hammer. But in my opinion, this head is like a double-edged ax.

Hammerhead shark painting lesson 1

To start, draw a sketch:

The trunk is like a torpedo:

Draw unpaired fins – the tail and dorsal fin:

The pectoral fins are large and have a triangular shape:

And now it is time to draw a hammer-shaped head of this shark:

Horseshoe-shaped mouth is located on the underside of the body. Eyes are set wide apart on the ends of the outgrowths on both sides of the head.

We drew this hammerhead floating straight ahead. But in order for a picture to be interesting, we need to learn how to draw fishes in different poses, for example,curved to rotate.…

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