Oh, how I wish I found these awesome Geeky snow creatures while there was still snow! The snow has melted here in the Netherlands, but you might still have a chance to make these where you are. They are great inspiration for next year either way, and Prince sang we could have snow in April.. so who knows?
This R2-D2 is so cool, they even managed to include blue color! Adding color to snow or ice is easy to do (my neighbor told me how). Just add some water paint based dye. She did that to water, before it froze over, but it works just as well in snow.
Exterminate.. hibernate? This Dalek snowman doesn’t really strike fear in me, but it’s still cool. I love the creative way they created his weapon. She shape isn’t too hard, so this goes on my shortlist for next winter.. The Batman made out of snow is really a piece of art. It was made by students and just looks amazing. Maybe Robert Pattinson should go white it the next Batman movie? 😉
When you are looking for creative thing online it’s easy to get discouraged. There is always someone who can do it better than you.. like these Dutch siblings and their Lego snowman. He is over 3 meters tall and looks amazing. It started out as a joke, when the snow wouldn’t stick together well enough to create a regular snowman. The brother and sister started using a crate as a mold, and the resulting shape looked like a Lego brick. The idea for this sculpture was born. The snow is all but melted now, but I am sure that this snowman will last for a few more days!
6/28/2021 02:52:10 pm
The one-minute rule is definitely important to me. I mean, if you can do it in one-minute, then why should you not? I feel like people just do not give much importance to this, and that is what makes me mad. If you want to be a person who can maximize this, then please, do be my guest. I am hoping for people to become able to go and use this method, it will allow you to be better at what you do.
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Tamara, Geek, mother of two Geeklings, editor.