In a case of life imitating life, this is a photo and video captured by photographer James Crombie of a murmuration of starlings creating the shape of a giant bird. How about that! Does it only look like a bird from this angle, or would it look like a bird’s
This is a video of crafter of things, writer, rider (motorcycle and bike), part-time teacher, and animal lover Becky Stern (links to her website with free downloadable patterns) demonstrating how to make some illuminated zodiac embroideries that light up thanks to LEDs and conductive thread in the back. Pretty cool!
This is a beautiful, surprisingly low-definition video (did they text the video to Youtube and it got compressed? And does the lower quality make the shapes even more mesmerizing?) Per one particularly insightful Youtube commenter: “It would be cool it they took the shape of other animals like a rabbit
Need to draw some perfect circles? What is this, Venn Diagram class? Well I’m in the middle of sad and alone if it is. This is a video from DanHax detailing a technique to draw more perfect circles than you would have if you were just going to freeball it
Ever wondered what Tetris would look like with soft, Jelly-like pieces covered in fur? Me neither, at least not in a fantasy I’m willing to admit to, but German softbody animator Chris of C4D4U has decided to show us what it might look like anyways. So the pieces don’t actually
These are the Cheetospheres created by artist Sam Keller. As you can see, they’re spheres made out of Cheetos, or, quite possibly but I certainly not — off-brand cheese curls. Trust me, just as with cooking and eating, you always want to work with the very highest quality ingredients. “Says
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.
This is a video from the Noboribetsu Marine Park in Japan of a seal that has a circular ring to swim through that’s above the waterline, which works on the same principle (atmospheric pressure) as those floating pond bubbles that fish can swim up into. Per Youtube commenter agerven on