There's always a bigger fish.
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I'm amazed and humbled at the response I've gotten for this series - Monster of the Week - S01EP02 - Thanks everyone, I guess I have to make more :-/
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Guy gets his nose hairs done. Lol
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make your own yoda 😊
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1982 news report tries to explain home computers - Everyone seemed confused about what they would do with one, even the anchor wasn't sure you needed one
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Super Precision Gyroscope
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You're gonna need a bigger Lego
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My classic T1 Volkswagen Camper necklace. Really loved making it!
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Intel 1500 drones light show
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Solving Rubik’s Cube with a Robot Hand
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I modded a cheap handheld game to make swapping batteries a whole lot easier!
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Open-source trackball project completed! Source code released! Check comment for link.
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Magnetulum
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First printing may have ordered too far in advance of the event oh well I guess I'll just have to figure it out
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Dragonball collectible card collection..Texas holdem Dragonball style 🐉💛
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Venus transiting the Sun
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I don't think my toddler would leave this Cool robot lollipop holder
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Doggo doing chores
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A pair of '90s style videophones (Marconi)
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First Try at editing my online D20 group into a TV show like series - Monster of the Week S1E01 - Feedback is welcome!
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Sea is for Cookie
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Make it so.
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A closer look at the Epoch Game Pocket Computer, the world's first reprogrammable handheld video game console
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Grace Jones in Alice and wonderland as the red Queen
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Phoenix by Genesis Project - 8-bit pixel art created on a 37-year-old computer: the Commodore 64 from 1982 (The C64 only has 16 colors and a resolution of 328x207 pixels)
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A quick look at the very rare Bandai Design Master Densi Mangajuku, the world's first touch screen handheld video game console
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Every rose has its thorn
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Blood-borne Commission Piece I did for a fellow Redditor, hope u guys like it too.
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The depth of oil wells
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