A few years ago, we saw a coffee table that looked like the N64 logo. Redditor Edgemeredrive made a furniture based on Nintendo’s other illusive logo.
The cube measures 35″x 35″, or nearly 3ft. on each side.
Michael Rick came up with a brilliant mod for the Power Mac G5 Quad’s handsome metal chassis. He spent between 150 to 250 hours sanding, polishing and waxing the exterior by hand to give it a mirror finish.
The original NES Zapper is one of the most iconic video game controllers of all time. At best, it was great fun, and at worst it was a source of frustration. The most damage you could do with one was maybe throw it across the room at your kid brother – until now.
We’ve seen a couple of fan-made wearable Pip-Boy replicas with useful functions. Will Sweatman wanted to make the most advanced Pip-Boy 3000 yet, and he believes he’s succeeded. In exchange for some sizable junk in its trunk, his replica is a Swiss army knife for explorers.
One of the many cool things Marvel has revealed in its trailers for Captain America: Civil War is Tony Stark’s new Iron Man glove, which he pulls out of his watch just in time to stop a pistol round that the Winter Soldier shot at him.
Have you ever wanted your own AT-ST? Well, a man by the name of Mr. Kernish has created his own full-size replica of the Empire’s All-Terrain Scout Transport.
The is an impressive build. It looks sort of like a treehouse, with a ladder leading up to the cockpit, so I assume someone can climb in.
There are several applications that let you make digital pinball machines, but perhaps none of them are as easy and quirky as the Flippaper. Made by arists Jérémie Cortial and Roman Miletitch, this pinball machine makes you draw the playing field.
Very few things in video games scare me for even half a second, but the sight of a Deathclaw in Fallout 4 usually sends shivers down my spine. These things will really ruin an otherwise pleasant walk through the wasteland.
Some artists sculpt with their hands, some chisel stone, others paint with brushes. Uncle Rob paints on canvas by throwing cans of spray paint into spinning lawnmower blades. What could possibly go wrong?
Whether you call him an idiot Picasso or a dumb-ass Van Gogh, there is one thing you can’t deny.
Thingiverse member Targ was inspired by a fellow designer dutchmogul’s 3D printed rattle mace and made a pair of sword rattles for his baby. Each sword is made of five pieces. Targ printed all of them using PLA filament, with the exception of the jewel, which is made of Taulman’s T-Glase filament.
Artori design has come up with an amazing bookend and shelf that celebrates super women. These two superhero designs are perfect for fans of Wonder Woman and other women who kick butt. Both pieces feature a silhouette of a female superhero demonstrating her superpower, which is to hold your books up.
Prop shop Show and Tell Props announced itself with a bang, debuting with a beautiful 1:1 scale replica of The Last Minute, the unique gauss rifle from Fallout 4.
In their The RPF thread, Show and Tell Props said the replica is completely hand tooled, with the base parts made out of MDF and oak.
I always liked Han Solo; he has been one of my favorite characters in Star Wars since the original trilogy back in the day. I was pretty mad when they (Spoiler Alert) killed Han off in the newest film.
Not too long ago I talked up Jaws to my daughter and told her how scary it was. We watched it and she called me a wuss because the movie wasn’t scary at all. I got my revenge the next weekend after we watched The Strangers.
Building your own dragon eggs is much safer then trying to steal some from a mother dragon. That usually ends in you being burnt to a crisp and dropping those eggs cartoon style as your ashes fall to the ground.