Mike Senna of California spent an estimated 3,200 - 3,800 hours over two and a half years building this full-scale, functional WALL-E robot from scratch. He talks, rolls around, moves his arms and eyeballs, but can't compact trash. He will melt your heart though. Probably with a hidden laser blaster. Never trust the cute ones.
Hit the jump for a worthwhile video of the EVE lover in action.
Thanks to PFC Smith, Jessicow and Brian, who agree the cute robots are the ones you have to worry about the most.
This is a full-length remake of the original Toy Story shot scene-by-scene using real toys by Jonason Pauley and Jesse Perrottato over the past two and a half years. That...is some serious commitment. I don't know if I've ever stuck with any personal project that long. Unles... / Continue →
This is a video of the Beetle Juice roller coaster Youtube user nuropsych1 built in Minecraft creative mode on an X-Box (wow). No screencap could really capture the scale or trippy visuals of the coaster though, so if you're going to watch it, watch it, and if you're not, that... / Continue →
This is a series of realistically painted Pokemons by DeviantARTist arvalis (aka RJ Palmer -- check out his page for ultra high-res shots). It says in his little bio he likes dinosaurs, so we're pretty similar. Except I LOVE dinosaurs. I am dino fan numero uno. My buddy Ter... / Continue →