This is a classic clip from How Its Made featuring the processes by which waffle, sugar, and cake cones are manufactured on an industrial scale. That’s easy, waffle and sugar cones are made with deliciousness, and cake cones are made with the material that didn’t pass quality control to become
This is a video of maker of things The Q using math to construct an elliptical pool table that sinks every shot from a spray painted dot on the table, provided you hit the ball hard enough and not just barely tap it to prove him wrong and win a
In erotic arts news, this is a video of a potter who appears to be crafting a small to medium-small penis (relative to my own) on the potter’s wheel when it goes limp and starts flailing. Thankfully, the potter is able to re-erect the member before collapsing it back down
Because sometimes a dinky paring knife just isn’t going to cut it *ba dum tss* this is a video of metalworker and Youtuber Faraway Forge crafting a giant gyutu chef’s knife out of what appears to be an automotive leaf spring. The whole process was pretty satisfying to watch. As
This is a video of musician and Youtuber Deden Noy performing Rush’s 1981 banger ‘Tom Sawyer’ on his homemade drum kit, which he crafted out of paint cans and water jugs and scrap metal. I also included his cover of Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’, because what Deden lacks in
Aluminum cans: they can be recycled indefinitely because they never deteriorate during their lifespan or the recycling process. And this is a video from How It’s Made detailing how they’re made. The process may surprise you, particularly if you thought the process involved magic because a wizard selling canned love
In dream it and you can achieve it news, this is a video of guitar maker Burls Art constructing and playing an infinity mirror electric guitar. The result is pretty impressive, although when I showed it to Thanos he says he still prefers the gauntlet. Could you even imagine playing
This is a video of Youtuber Elde Art demonstrating how to make an endless folding picture cube, using one of his own Dragonball Z cubes as an example. I won’t lie, the tutorial looks more complicated than my current skill set is capable of tackling. *shrug* I’m a simple man.