Happy Father's Day!
Me: Huh, what are those bottles doing? Swinging? Are they going to hit or something? Ooho, that one was close…
Person in background: *does the thing!*
Me: WHAT THE FUCKING FUCK AMAZE
scifi dog attire
i drew this little friend and i dont know what he is but i love him
Don’t worry, friends. Little guy is ok.
he doesnt have arms to drink that tea that is a threat in disguise
goodbye small fucker
LEAVE HIM ALONE
I’m going to help train our friend, I won’t stand to see him take this abuse any longer
We’re taking it a bit slow because he’s still recovering, but his training is coming along nicely! You can do it, little guy!
looks like all that training is starting to pay off
I will resurrect many time with more strangth.
Revenge is sweet.
goodbye small fucker
I always love these because you get to see so many different art styles but holy fuck guys someone needs to get him a spikey hat or knights armour covered in razor blades
he has evolved, and now he has a knife taped onto him! go fight lil blue friend!
You can tell a lot from a person by what ending they reblog this with
Swedish musician Martin Molin has long had experience with esoteric instruments like the glockenspiel, traktofon, or Theremin, but he may have topped his musical prowess with the invention of his own new instrument: the Wintergatan Marble Machine, a hand-cranked music box loaded with instruments including a circuit of 2,000 cascading steel marbles. As the devices cycles it activates a vibraphone, bass, kick drum, cymbal and other instruments that play a score programmed into a 32 bar loop comprised of LEGO technic parts. The marbles are moved internally through the machine using funnels, pulleys, and tubes.
Molin began work on the marble machine in August 2014 and hoped to spend about two months on the project. Its complexity soon spiraled out of control as all 3,000 internal parts had to be designed and fabricated by hand, a time-consuming process that eventually took 14 months. An early version was designed using 3D software, but it was easier for Molin to create parts on the fly leading to it’s Frankenstein appearance. The musician shared much of his progress in regular video updates that he shared on YouTube.
Despite the extreme interest an oddity like the Wintergatan Marble Machine is bound to generate—especially on the internet—don’t expect to see it on tour anytime soon, as the contraption has to be completely disassembled to move it. Molin hopes to build additional music devices, some smaller, or perhaps more suited for transport. You can read a bit more about it on Wired UK.
Who’s that girl?
How many of these spider facts did you know?
Designing BB-8 by Elvira Ibragimova
I can honestly say i’ve never seen a more entertaining ladle.