This is a massive domino maze depicting the fall of the dinosaurs as told by domino-lover Flippycat (of Starry Night, Nintendo, laser and wall-themed domino maze fame). It took almost 39 hours of setup over two weeks to complete the scenes and less than a minute and a half to knock them all down. One thing is for certain though: no matter how it's told, the story of the dinosaurs dying is always sad. I just cried. HARD. So hard I'm blowing snot bubbles. No, no I'm not. I am blowing bubbles in my chocolate milk though. "What are you, six?" In good looks? I'm probably closer to a four.
Hit the jump for the video. All the action is in the first 1:30, the rest is time-lapse of him setting up all the scenes.
Thanks to Lisa, who used to be into setting up domino mazes until she got a cat. SPOILER: cats and domino mazes don't mix.
This is an impressive stop motion of a game of 3-D 'Snake' being played, all draw (and erased) in chalk by Chris Carlson. It looks like it took some serious patience, which I have zero of. If I had made it would have been the worse game of 'Snake' ever played. Miss the first... / Continue →
This is a video of the Battle of Hoth recreated in Minecraft with the original audio from The Empire Strikes Back. Whoever made it did a good job. Me? I got a "should have been fired years ago" on my most recent peer evaluation here at work. I don't know who wrote it but *s... / Continue →
This is a video tour of the Jurassic Park that Youtuber Josh Collin spent four months recreating in Minecraft, presumably to try and prove he's a bigger dinosaur fan than me. *tears off shirt to reveal 'DINOS ONLY' tramp stamp* Better luck next time, Josh.
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