Hi, I’m Patrick Gill. And Anthem would be a better video game… if the robots had truck nuts. *honk honk* I mean it. I genuinely believe that having truck nuts on these robots is better than not having truck nuts.
The legendary Maxon pen holder It’s an armor for the arms The shape hasn’t changed so much but it’s become a character Comparison time This will be a close battle -Close? Close battle Isn’t this, cool? You’d find him in
The neck is here, the hand is here, the muscles of the biceps are like this Rather than doing that, you just want to draft it like this After that, adding the arms -I see This will create the movement
Tonight: I are a fat. Richard wears a cat. *meow* And James is Batman. Our meeting point was Fleet Services, on the M3. And Richard was the first to arrive. And there it is. I am genuinely, genuinely proud of
Hey guys, it’s Ro! Welcome to another Nerdy Nummies! Today I got so many requests to doooooo……… Rilakkuma Bear! Rilakkuma for those of you who don’t know is a very popular Japanese character a very cute bear, and his name
Designing is all about creativity… …an eye for detail and good judgment. Still, mistakes are inevitable. But some of these design fails… …don’t just qualify for mistakes, though. They range from silly to stupid… …and downright outrageous! Let’s check ’em
We were approached by Netflix to create a t-shirt to promote ‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture’ which is a movie about Doug Kenney and the creation of National Lampoon Magazine. “I don’t think there’s any bullets in there.” “Patches!” They
>>Jimmy: VERY GOOD TO SEE YOU. >>IT IS SO GOOD TO SEE YOU. >>Jimmy: HOW ARE YOU DOING?>>HI, EVERYBODY! [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ] I GOT TO TELL YOU — >>Jimmy: I WANT TO TELL YOU, I’M NOT GOING TO
– [Finn] Previously on Daily Bumps. – What are you looking at? (gasps) (bang) – What was that? – Right? – Yeah – There was no one in there. ♪ Show the love ♪ ♪ Let’s live it ♪ ♪
The new mayor of London Boris Johnson. Overheating buses, empty cable cars and fantasy bridges. Boris Johnson’s legacy, after eight years as mayor of London, was a string of expensive vanity projects, that ended up costing the British taxpayer £940m.