Is there some secret to having such steady hands for this kind of work, or is it just natural? Cuz goddamn i could never be that precise
@Fightin First, it's definitely mixture of patience and natural talent.
@Fightin First, There is a secret. It's practice, practice, and more practice.
@Bilbo Murray, thats fair
@Fightin First, LOTS of Adderall
@Fightin First, practice
@Fightin First, my current theory is that you have to be a Martian.
*Gif ends and restarts*
Marty, we've got to go back! Back to the sculpture!
Pfff, anyone can do that! Watch me...
*make sphere and puts a smiley face on it*
There, now it's art!
@Super GingerBoy, I’ll buy it a high price!!
People are fvcking amazing.
Damn Doc Brown is T H I C C
@Tom Haverford, i love these beating anorexia montages. He was skeletal at first but managed to get a healthy weight back
Anyone else feel like, WE NEED THIS ARTIST TO DO A STOP MOTION REMAKE
“Please excuse the crudity of this model, I didn’t have time to build it to scale or to paint it.”
This is fücking intense
That’s pretty heavy, Doc
Wow that was really funny
my dog is named Dr Emmett L. Brown
Some people are so flaming talented! I hate myself 😞
Great work but I was very uncomfortable the whole time
Dude, fvck this guy!
He was thinking 4th dimensionally
I could do that, easy, I just don't wanna
This guy better be getting paid to be doing that for the amount of time that probly took. Otherwise what an intense hobby
He touched the butt.
He can bring anything to life!
Lol he picked his nose