Genji from Blizzard’s Overwatch is armed with the mighty Dragonblade. If you’ve played the game, then you know Genji’s blade is a force to be reckoned with. Man At Arms recently accepted the challenge of making it a reality, and the results are impressive.
They made the blade using state-of-the-art forging and traditional katana sword making techniques, and the final product even features a glowing sliver of plexiglass. See how it came together in the video below. [click to continue…]
Ostensibly, this is a post about fashion as the following short film was sponsored by H&M and features people wearing pieces from their collection (I assume). In reality though, it’s a post about a Wes Anderson thing. A VERY WES ANDERSON THING. Watch it below. [click to continue…]
Disney Style partnered with Party City to transform one woman into four Star Wars characters. You can see how these cute looks came together in the time-lapse video below. [click to continue…]
If you’re like me, then you’re probably counting down the days until the second season of Stranger Things. So, if you need something to hold you over until then, check out Doug the Pug’s pug-tastic take on the ’80s-themed show, which is appropriately titled “Stranger Pugs.”
Doug does an excellent job of recreating all the characters from Stranger Things, but I have to say that his take on Barb is the best. Watch the video below. [click to continue…]
It appears that Brandon Routh’s son Leo has inherited his father’s superhero genes. As you’ll see in the adorable video below, he can outrun The Flash! We’re not buying Grant Gustin’s excuses by the way. [click to continue…]
Charlie the chicken has become the most fashionable animal on Arizona’s Snodgrass family farm by strutting around in a pair of custom turquoise blue pants.
As you’ll see in the video below, he still has to warm up to the camera, but that clearly won’t prevent him from becoming a viral sensation. [click to continue…]
Earlier this month McCall’s released three new patterns in their cosplay line, one of which has a gritty, post-apocalyptic vibe. To complement the release, they’ve shared a super simple tutorial for beginning cosplayers that shows you how they achieved a distressed look for their “Resistance” pattern. Check it out below. [click to continue…]
We’ve seen our fair share of makeup tutorials, but Chrisspy has taken a new approach that’s clearly great for both cosplay and casual wear. Yup. Bust out that black turtleneck and head to the club like this on Saturday night. [click to continue…]
Your sh*tty robot queen Simone Giertz is back again with a very useful “Deal With It” robot.
As you will see in the video below, it works perfectly… and by perfectly I mean, sort of. But it’s still pretty cool, and I kinda want one—only with these glasses attached. [click to continue…]
Now that’s a happy face right there.
Siena College students created a very special prosthetic for 9-year-old Karissa Mitchell, who was born without a right hand. But what makes the prosthetic so special? Well, it turns out that Mitchell’s favorite movie is Disney’s Frozen, so the Siena students took that theme and ran with it. The ice arm even has a detachable Olaf light!
The college noted that the school’s student run e-NABLE program designed, assembled, and 3D printed the prosthetic. They were also involved with the Iron Man prosthetic designed by Pat Starace back in 2014. When Karissa’s mother, Maria, heard about Starace’s prosthetic, she wondered if e-NABLE could help out her daughter. One of the e-NABLE students, Alyx Gleason, noted that Mitchell was pretty pleased when she got to check out the printed-hand. “Karissa’s face lit up when we showed her a test hand. She is a very deserving girl,” Gleason said.
Check out the video below. [click to continue…]