Deadpool star picks up miniature craft skills from Malaysian artist

Malaysian miniature artist Lim Pui Wan teaches Ryan Reynolds how to make a tiny hair dryer. Photo: Handout

It’s not everyday you get to teach a Hollywood star from the comfort of your home.

But Malaysian miniature artist Lim Pui Wan is one lucky gal who got to share her craft skills with Deadpool himself in the Snap Original series Ryan Doesn’t Know!

In the episode titled, Ryan Reynolds Got Huge Skills & Tiny Art, actor Ryan Reynolds gets a hands-on lesson from Picoworm (Lim’s moniker) and learns how to make a tiny hair dryer.

Scan the Snapchat code and tune in to the episode to find how Reynolds’ final output looked like, which he described as looking like an “elephant trunk".

Picoworm joins a list of emerging artists and creators from around the world in this 12-episode series collaboration between Westbrook Media and Snap that is available exclusively on Snapchat.

The last episode is airing on Sunday (Feb 21), but Snapchatters can still watch the previously aired episodes on the app.

In Ryan Doesn’t Know, the actor chips away at ice sculpting with Shintaro Okamoto, has a go at visual trickery with VFX expert Trevor Bell, makes latte art with artist Melannie Aquino, learns floral sculpting from creative designer Aurea Molaei and much more.

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