How to turn a snowflake into a spectacular snowflake?

The trick is to make a few tiny adjustments, and to make them all the easier.

The trick, says the author of the new book, is to “simplify and optimize”.

You can’t get a perfect snowflakes, but the trick to making them is to simplify and optimize. 

It’s called the Snowflake-Tuning technique, and it’s an extension of the snowflake-making technique pioneered by Australian artist Paul Gough.

Gough’s approach is simple: create a small and light snowflake.

Then, to create a larger and heavier one, repeat the process, repeating the process until the large one is complete.

Gaugh’s technique is used in a wide range of paintings, sculptures, murals, paintings and even furniture.

But it’s not just a tool for making snowflaking, and in fact Gough admits he doesn’t know how to use it.

“I don’t know what the name is,” he told New Scientist.

“I don´t know if it’s something I should call it.”

It’s just a technique, he said. 

He admits he’s not a great artist, but he doesn´t blame him.

“If you know the right technique, then you can do anything,” he said, “you just have to be careful.” 

Gough and his team have also created a video tutorial for snowflake-tuning, called The Snowflake Training Kit. 

If you want to learn more about Gough, you can find his website here .