Water goes up and comes back down -- can't explain that.
This is a video of a guy who built a functional version of M.C. Escher's iconic eye-bending waterfall. Don't ask me how it works, but I suspect it has something to do with a carefully designed optical illusion (like this one). That or black magic. I'm leaning towards black magic. Also, against the wall. HIYO -- drinkin' before eleven!
Hit the jump and be amazed. AMAZSHED I SHAY!!!!!!!!11 And spray.
These are parts 1 through 14 (10-minutes each for almost 2-hours 20-minutes of runtime) of a fan-made Star Wars documentary featuring all sorts of interesting facts, audio commentary from the cast and crew, alternative angles of scenes, etc. etc. It's called 'Star Wars Begins'... / Continue →
This is a video of Jeremy 'Balloon Man' Telford recreating a corner of Bilbo Baggins' hobbit hole Bag End out of 2,600 balloons over the span of three days. He does a good job. Sure if I had been involved it would have been way more detailed, but I wasn't invited to particip... / Continue →
Artist Noel Cruz repaints the faces of dolls made from characters in movies to look more lifelike. He does a great job, I just don't like my dolls looking too real because there's always the off chance they might come alive while I'm asleep and try to climb in my mouth. Unfor... / Continue →