Entries in craft (63)
Check out this simple, but cutely awesome hand-crafted dragon that is made from ball joints. If you want one (yes you do) you can hit up the creator [ here ].
Here is a decently way to ruin a child's happiness by converting a regular old healthy apple into that of McDonald's fries. I say take that sucker, cover it in butter and deep fry it.
What do you need more than a Bioshock inspired steampunk bracer with interchangable blades? NOTHING, good sir! For added effect, there is a mounted green LED that spins and just plain looks cool. The hook and straight edge blades are made from aircraft grade aluminum, so you can easily do some damage without tiring out. Made by Skinz-N-Hydez.
Read on to see more and watch a video of the LED lights in action.
How would you like to ride (sit in) around this awesomely colorful recreation of 'Vanellope's Kart' from Disney's Wreck-it Ralph. Weighing it at around 13lbs this prop was made in about 3-4 weeks of video gaming elbow grease by ikariyamanga and LauraC.
"Completely collapsible - Front and back of car disconnect, spoiler, wheels, rear rims, 6 pipes all disconnect for easy transport. Has suspenders to keep it up while the rider walks around."
And yes... all those stars sprinkles were painted by hand. Perfect.
A long long time ago, in THIS galaxy a father named darthdaddy42 started building the awesomest bed ever made by a human for the luckiest kid ever. The X-Wing BED is finally finished.
What makes it so great? For starters, look at it, that thing is massive! Secondly, the wings can be controlled via remote to close and open into attack mode. Lastly, it has a built in TV and DVD player that you can watch Star Wars on from the cockpit.
Read on my friend and see what you can wish your father made for you...
"Terminators are Space Marine Veterans who have earned the right to wear Tactical Dreadnought Armour, better known as Terminator Armour, and serve as their Chapter's greatest infantry assets, each essentially serving as a walking tank."
The Iron Man steampunk style pocket watch by Adi Simion may not be able to keep track of time, but I am pretty sure anyone would throw money at it to own one. Who needs time when you command a portable Arc Reactor?!