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Guy Makes Oversized Novelty Weapons from Old Amazon Boxes

Japanese artist, the ‘Crafty Transformer‘, has amassed a large online following for his amazing DIY cardboard creations. Drawing inspiration from popular videos games, anime, and manga, he recreates well-known character gadgets, weapons, and tools. He even provides templates you can download (found in his YouTube video descriptions) along with step-by-step instructions in his videos. Below we’ve embedded some of his most popular vids along with some gifs, photos and even a fan-made compilation of his awesome work. For more, check out his YouTube page! Crafty Transformer seems to be making…

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DIY Super Sized 122-Inch Flying Paper (Polystyrene) Airplane

Check out this awesome DIY project using polystyrene to create a ‘super sized’ version of the classic paper airplane design. Built by YouTuber The Q, this version measured 310 cm (122 in.) in length. The longest flight achieved was about 100 meters (328 ft). Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/videos/diy-giant-paper-airplane/

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Exploding Model Star Wars Ships Using Cotton Balls and LEDs

@plasticstarwars on Instagram Star Wars collector and amateur model maker @plasticstarwars found a creative way to make ‘exploding’ ships using cotton balls, LEDs and even some fibre optic lights for ‘sparks’. The Singapore-based model maker says his favourite model kits are made by Bandai and Deagostini and his Instagram page is filled with amazing custom paint jobs and landscapes. [via reddit] @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram @plasticstarwars on Instagram Read more:…

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