Self-taught makeup artist Alyson Tabbitha may not be a big Hollywood name (yet), but she specializes in transforming herself in famous pop culture characters, such as Overwatch's Talon Widowmaker. This journey all began with her mom, a professional character performer, who got her interested in dressing up by handcrafting Halloween costumes. Other characters include: Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, Edward Scissorhands, and Lestat from Interview with a Vampire. Continue reading for more pictures. Click here for a few bonus images.
Unlike other heavy machinery, the Menzi Muck Spider Walking Excavators are based on a sophisticated high-tech chassis and the patented boom: various hydraulic cylinders enable the all-rounder to adapt its wheels and supports to any terrain. Whether it be mud or steep hills, this high-tech machine is capable of traversing it. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
These drawings may appear to jump off the page, but it's all just a clever illusion by artist Nikola Culjic from Serbia. Completely self-taught, these illusions are made possible using a variety of animorphic techniques that only appear when an image is viewed from a certain angle. Believe it or not, these results were all achieved within 3-years. Unfortunately, none of his works are for sale, as he intends 'to make his name a brand for 3D.' Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Line-X is essentially a spray-on coating, used mostly on truck beds, that makes nearly anything indestructible, including pumpkins. What is it made of? Scientifically speaking, it's a mixture of two different molecules: Diphenylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate or MDI and alpha-(2-aminomethylethyl)-omega-(2-aminomethylethoxy)-poly[oxy(methyl-1,-2-ethanediyl - both of which undergo a rapid exothermical reaction before being prepped for a spray-on application. Next, the two are kept separate under very high pressures as well as temperatures, and then fired together through a small nozzle. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Unless you're a celebrity and / or a big name company (Google, Facebook, etc.), asking a programmer to complete a job for "exposure" simply isn't feasible. Someone asked programmer Zach Zundel just that recently, or to be more specific, to do coding/backend work for free: "Lmao sorry friendaloo but if you want me to write you a couple thousand lines of code you get to profit from forever it's gonna cost you," said Zach in a tweet. Continue reading to see how the entire conversation went down.
You could either visit a water theme park during the summer, or rent a Wibit Sports Park for you and your friends. Its modular design allows you to configure it with several obstacles, including three balance beams, action towers, tmonkey bars, slides, a flip, multiple bridges, and even a lifeguard tower. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Artist Noel Cruz specializes in transforming normal action figures into photo-realistic works of art, or at least their celebrity counterparts, like Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. How did he get started? Well, after graduating from college, he was shopping on eBay for his doll-collector wife and discovered the market for lifelike, repainted dolls. Interested, Cruz decided to apply his background as a portrait artist to paint dolls in the likeness of celebrities to see if he could turn a profit, and the rest was history. Click here for a few bonus images.
Sure, conventional roller coasters may feature the latest and greatest technologies, but roller coaster ziplines are far more exhilarating. One such example would be "The Rattlesnake", an attraction that has riders flying off a 65-foot tower over treetops on a 1,000 feet long rail of sharp curves and plunging dips. Continue reading for another POV video and more information.
With the number of recipes available online, cooking a meal isn't the hardest of tasks, but IKEA aims to make things even simpler, with their Easy Recipe Series cookbook. It may not be packed with a variety of dishes, but all that are included can be torn out, thanks to them being printed on parchment paper with food-safe ink. Simply lay the ingredients out as detailed, roll it together, place on cooking sheet, and you're ready to bake. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and information.
Unlike other electric skateboards, Spectra is the first with a self-learning 3D posture control system. What does this mean? The board can accelerate and turn based on the rider's movement even without a remote. The more they ride, the more it understands and adapts to a rider's preferences. It uses a series of sensors, an integrated gyroscope, a differential speed motor control and electromagnetic AMS braking module to make the board user-friendly for beginners as well as pros alike. You can also control it with the Walnutt Go app, or just use it to monitor battery levels, choose a driving mode, find locations, and other riders too. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.