Created by visual comparer of things MetaBallStudio (previously), this is a video animation comparing the size of various dragons, starting with the diminutive ~60cm Azymondias and Mushu from The Dragon Prince and Mulan, and ending with the larger-than-galaxies Super Shenron from Dragon Ball Super. That is quite a range. So
This is another size comparison video from MetaBallStudio (previously), this time comparing the sizes of various fictional watercraft from popular media (including video games). Which was your favorite? There are so many to choose from. Of course a wise person once said, it’s not the size of your ship that
Size: does it matter? It’s a question that’s been raging on since the days of chickens and eggs. I say it does, but my girlfriend insists it doesn’t, presumably just to make me feel better. This is a visual comparison created by Youtuber MrRanker of some of the largest and
This is a video from MetaBallStudio comparing the sizes of fictional starships. It’s actually an updated version of the very first comparison video the channel made all the way back in 2015, which feels like a lifetime ago, and may have actually been a lifetime ago if you’re a gerbil.
This is a visualization created by MetaBallStudios comparing the sizes of the natural satellites that exist in our solar system, first using New York City as a size reference, then the entire earth. So — what moon is your favorite? “The Death Star.” That’s no moon! “LOL.” LOLOL. Hey let’s
This is a 3D visualization created by the folks at MetaBallStudios comparing the sizes of various fictional flying machines. It was fun enough to watch, but I’m more than a little upset they forgot to include my favorite fictional flyer of all time. “Rose from Titanic.” Ahahahahhaha, I showed this