Entries in geek (196)
Star Wars enthusiasts have been making incredible custom replicas of lightsabers with glowing crystal chambers. This is the Sith blade we have been looking for.
Read on to take a look at the stunning insides of this Jedi weapon that is full of elegant circuit boards and microcontrollers highlighted by a glow of the dark side.
Cowabunga dude.... justjake54 took some ordinary twist ties and crafted some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles twistie sculpts that can easily defend your lunch sammich bag full of yesterday's pizza.
Being a gamer means you are a disgusting filth pig with tons of body hair and the complete opposite of abs. You are a champion of the mind and thumbs. Cover your shit up with these kick ass pixelated gamer sweatshirts and maybe... just maybe someone will find out that you have velcro pants pockets for a reason other than for playing snake.
Take a look at this kickass 'Steampunk AT-ST Lamp' that is made to sit on your desktop and protect you from wild Ewoks. It was created out of wood, bronze and copper overlays.
"12 V, 20W desk lamp. The configuration follows that of the AT-ST scout walker, and the head resembles the boiler of a steam locomotive."
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Feast your eyes on this giant-sized and playable wooden Gameboy. It measures in at 24"H x 14"W x 5"D that was made to make you feel like a little baby while playing it. JUST what we all need.
Make sure you read on to see more pics including a comparison shot with an actual gameboy.
Bringing Queen Amidala / Padme back into the Return of the Jedi as a scantily clad SLAVE with this custom made action figure and blister pack. Warning for children? I would have this toy into my mouth faster than a laser blast to Greedo's guts.
"he head is from a Padme Amidala action figure and the body and accessories are from a Slave Leia Action figure. The chain & collar have been painted shiny silver."
The figure was made by jvcustoms.
Like playing scratch tickets? Yeah, me too. The trick is to learn how to ENJOY losing. Cause you are going to lose a lot more than you think. So these guys come up with the idea of turning your loss into a complete win by taking the discarded tickets and crafting them into amazing sculptures.
How badass is THIS massive LEGO octopus destroying a Star Wars destroyer. This is the 'KR-KN' built by Iain Heath aka Ochre Jelly for the Emerald City Comicon 2013. He was tired of people criticising the LEGO Super Star Destroyer as a big dull grey set, so he added a giant red space kraken. NICELY done good sir.
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