Origami artist Tadashi Mori is back with another Star Wars-themed tutorial. Making an origami Princess Leia isn’t easy, but the design is fantastic. Working on it can also be something of a meditation on a woman and a character that will be dearly missed. [click to continue…]
Now that I’ve seen the Assault Trombone/Fart Cannon produced by the father and son team behind YouTube’s CAPTAINQUINN, I want to see what an entire school band would sound like if their instruments were weaponized. It would put a traumatic spin on a Battle Of The Bands. [click to continue…]
I think it’s safe to say that playing D&D with Imgur user TheMightyJerd is a privilege. You’re looking at the set piece he made for his group’s “final climactic fight to keep the Order of the Cleansing Breath from summoning the evil dragon goddess Tiamat and burning the world to ash.” An epic terrain for an epic moment. Check out more pics of this beauty below. [click to continue…]
You know those Funko Pops you’re currently drowning in? Put some of them to use with fun crafts like this Ghostbusters-themed Valentine’s Day wreath from EPBOT. She provided a full tutorial, so you can make wreaths of your own for any occasion and literally any fandom you can imagine.
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Earlier this month, AstonishingStudios constructed a working LEGO reproduction of the classic Nerf Maverick REV-6. However, that build was a bit too complicated for a tutorial as it contained around 700-pieces, some of which would be difficult to procure. So they opted for a smaller, more manageable design that you can build at home. See how it’s done in the video below. [click to continue…]
We love a good crochet project, and here’s another for you to try: a Pokemon Bellsprout in a Poke Ball pot. [click to continue…]
We haven’t featured The Slingshot Channel’s Joerg Sprave and his crazy DIY weaponry in quite some time, but he’s gone and fulfilled his dream of a full auto crossbow. Needless to say, he has our attention. Plus, we missed the laugh. [click to continue…]
Repurposing pallets into functional objects for the home has been trendy for a while now, but we really love what Kone Mei has been doing. Kone is transforming them into wall decorations that incorporate fun/useful items like wireless chargers and lamps. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Okay, so you may not be able to make a custom D&D table like this, or a badass game room like this, but a glorious DM screen like the one pictured here might be little more approachable as a DIY project. It was built by Dave Henning as a gift for a very lucky friend.
It was made almost entirely from foam board and includes dice storage shelves with lighting, a place to hang reference material, a dice tower and additional storage for writing implements and NPC miniatures. Check out some additional angles below. [click to continue…]
You know that Stormtrooper doll that was featured in Rogue One? I wouldn’t be surprised if an official version comes out at some point, but in the meantime you have two options if you want one now. You can make it using the tutorial on Instructables, or you can buy a ready-made version from StormtrooperCrafts on Etsy.
This clay doll is on the easier DIY side, so it might be a fun project—especially if you have kids.
(via The Verge)