Entries in crafty (16)
Cardboard artist Asif Farooq planned out each of these guns in meticulous detail, cut up the cardboard and crafted an impressive arsenal of weaponry that actually fires live rounds. Just kidding, they are cardboard.. they don't do shit but look cool. That is good enough for me.
Read on to see them all...
Check this out. It is a R2 unit that has a been loaded with electronic Super Soaker parts and filled with blue gatorade. What is the BEST part about this, is that it looks like our little android pal is taking a pee right into your cup. Spell it out loud "I CUP". Works every time.
"After spraying it white and masking off the entire thing with blue painter’s tape, the shapes for the blue designs were cut out and painted. Half of a foam sphere from the hobby shop was used to form the dome."
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This massive AT-AT cat fort was build for the two luckiest felines on planet Earth. The insides of the "CAT-AT" are that of a luxury condo equipped with a shelf of booze, a disco ball and animal trophy heads. Just like any Star Wars geek cat would WANT in his room.
Keep on reading to see more photos and wish you were a cat just so you can live in this.
What we have here is a normal banana. *Nod* But wait... what rests inside this banana is a powerful superhero! Don't believe me? Read on and see for yourself.
Wait... what? Crochet can be awesome? YES indeed. I say pillaging, but let's be honest here, this outfit would do wonders for hardcore boozing and capturing people to store in your shed, and we ALL know it. Made by Veronica Knight. Thanks a tons Ms. Knight.
The holidays sure can be delicious, especially if you craft a Skyrim Gingerbread house! Anyway, this cute blonde-headed nerdy chick (FrostyStarcraft) decided to recreate Breezehome with a dragon on top and a dead giant spider to the side that will make you drool some some of that sweet sweet goodness on the edge of a broadsword.
With a pile of old cardboard boxes and a galactic ton of love, Matheson Harris has created quite the impressive collection of DIY Star Wars ships.
"Hot glue, cardboard, sharpie, a few sucker sticks and ping pong balls"
Read on to see the entire garbage armada of a tie fighter, x-wing, tie fighter, AT-ST and even a giant cardboard star destroyer.