I spent 20 days building this giant wizard tower

I spent 20 days building this giant wizard tower

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34 Responses

  1. Chris O'Callaghan says:

    It’s so inspiring to see someone with so much passion and enthusiasm. I always love the builds and paintings that you make!

  2. Joe R says:

    A crate isn’t a bad idea. Keep it vertical and add anchors between each layer that secures to the central pipe and the inside of the crate. Then fill it with packing peanuts. Make sure to label it so they keep it orientated correctly and don’t try to set it down on its side. As long as you have it attached to a pallet, it should be safe. It is going to be a fairly pricey way to ship it, but this would be the safest way to ship it internationally.

  3. Andromydous says:

    Two things: The videos are always worth the wait and it’s pretty damn cool that you’re really utilizing that glove/prosthetic that you made.

  4. riuphane says:

    Pearl’s time lapse music always accompanies beautiful, artistic builds, and this is just one more example. Incredible, as always

    • Stefan Sauvageon / What-a-Twist says:

      @DaosX PearlescentMoon, she is, but her medium of preference is the Minecraft!

    • DaosX says:

      Who’s Pearl? Is she another crafter of nerdily awesome stuff that a Nerdforge fan would like to watch? …asking for a friend, of course.

    • Stefan Sauvageon / What-a-Twist says:

      @riuphane yeah Im just giving your comment some backstory lol

    • riuphane says:

      @Stefan Sauvageon / What-a-Twist true, and I know, and Pearl doesn’t have exclusive rights or anything, but she always uses the same song

  5. Rick Terry says:

    How you turn bits of cardboard into the finished product is truly amazing. The paint and texture, wow.

  6. Karis Kontilis says:

    If you liked this build, you’d of course like Howl’s Moving Castle – however, it also reminds me of the migrating tower from the fantastically surreal MirrorMask movie, and the invisible/cursed wizard’s tower in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia Wrede <3

  7. Rhiannon Rollins says:

    Can you imagine if she did one of the two towers from Lord of the Rings????? Holy moly

    • zatoth13 says:

      You know now she will most likely either build a valley of towers or try a 12 foot tower

    • Aisling Ní Fhoghlú says:

      If they went for the Jackson adaptation they could do a massive glowing eye on top 🤩

    • Robin Caspari says:

      Oh yes😍

    • CelticShadow says:

      @Rhiannon Rollins gotta remember to the larger, and more detailed the project the longer it take for her to make and put out videos. Which isn’t inherently a bad thing, cause the quality is better and probably better on the mental health too. But yes it would be pretty cool to see a series or something out of it

  8. ameagari says:

    i’ll be forever grateful for crafting content creators that leave out the s o u n d s. i would love to make big crafts of the things i love, but i can’t bear the sounds, even with earplugs. so i live vicariously through this kind of video! and its even better when its entertaining and made by someone as full of talent as martina😊

  9. Loafiverse says:

    I like how she had a clock just sitting there in some of the Timelapse’s, is shows how much time and work is really put into this..

  10. Sapioit says:

    It might be better to carefully use foam beads and garbage bags to pack it in sort of a christmass tree form, then use spray foam to fill the outside of that. That way, even if the spray foam expands a bit during the shipping, the foam beads still give it the extra wiggle room to expand without damaging the important pieces. You could even jokingly package it as a gigantic dill-does-thingy (read the first two words aloud without a pause between them), but put that packaging INSIDE the packaging in which you’re shipping it, so only when they open the box in their office, will they see the dill-does’ box, which they have to open to get to the tower inside. :)) =]]

    • Victoria Hastie says:

      spray foam would work amazing!
      if you use a more squishy type then even if the box gets pressed on a bit it wont damage the structure!

    • asdas sdgfdf says:

      Foam beads are awfull. There are air pockets sold as about 500ml -1liters in size. They are lightweight and not messy.

    • Noxxyy says:

      I was going to suggest spray foam in bags, not sure how they do it professionally. sure theres a YT video of it somewhere, like Shipping a PC when they do it to secure GPU’s in premade systems.
      nice call!

    • Manj J says:

      I love this idea! 😂

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