This is a video of Youtuber Homemade Modern detailing the process in which he made an epoxy table filled with pieces of broken glass bottles. That’s neat. The result wasn’t as clear as I would have liked though, so he can expect a moderate to low-star Etsy review. Want to
This is a very satisfying/relaxing ASMR video of Youtuber WUZU Clay constructing a Minecraft underwater ocean monument diorama out of polymer clay and clear resin. I fell asleep several times watching it. Soooooo relaxing. Now my legs are asleep and I’m afraid to stand up because I might hit my
Because it’s taco Tuesday, this is a video of woodworker Peter Brown constructing a margarita glass (looks more like a goblet of firewater to me) entirely out of Himalayan rock salt, using a lathe to turn and carve the three separate pieces of the glass, then gluing them all together.
These are a couple videos of woodworker edctoom demonstrating the telescoping hidden castles he carved into unassuming wooden logs, presumably with magic, but possibly by laser, fairies, or extreme skill, all of which are forms of magic anyways. So no matter which way you look at it (except between your
Lovingly crafted by maker of things Crescent Shay over the course of (I assume) many centuries, this chainmail cocktail dress is constructed of 2,652 pennies. Inspired by scalemail, to make the dress Shay first had to collect all the pennies (more than she anticipated), wash them, then drill three holes
This is a video of Adam Hillman revealing an 8-bit Mario sprite by arranging M&Ms in a Mario-shaped pattern, then adding water so the candy’s colored coating bleeds into the water. How about that. I was so inspired I decided to do the same thing except instead of Mario I
This is a video of Mike the cat showing his owner Jim Young of Van Hollow Pottery how to properly shape a cup on the potter’s wheel. I assume Mike had sat around licking himself and watching Jim produce inferior cup after cup for long enough and finally decided to
What will undoubtedly be considered the greatest opus of Australian artist Jason Sank, these life-size catmen were made using actual cat hair he collected from a groomer. Some more info about these modern Davids while I hack up a furball: Sank sculpted the fur over chicken wire forms he built