Using 1,128,960 blocks, placed by hand, Thorlar created this Deathwing/Kerrigan/Diablo masterpiece.
Man...this is spectacular.
I once made a pixel art evil pikachu. It feels inferior now
all minecraft artists now give up their dreams in shame
"Check out this pixel art, if you can see it over the tears of the world's artists"
Breaking: every artist decides they're inferior after seeing minecraft art, go back to working at IKEA
I watched this guys stream once like a year or two ago and he was doing this incredible warrior art thing, anyway i had just gotten in the room, and asked "why are you doing it like that" cause i was curious and he said quit questioning me or something and perm banned me. @giggawatt I DO WHAT I WANT SHUT UP!
"I AM AN ARTISTE!"
Even in this short video he annoyed me, probably a frustrated virgin obsessed with Minecraft and his two cats.
way too much free time
When that's what you make with all your free time, more than acceptable IMO
Well, if I saw correctly, he receives donations for this kind of stuff, so he isn't doing it in vain.
He sure does but its still awesome lol
23.5 weeks..... lol i dont care if i got paid to do it, its still utterly mundane task.
You know we make fun of him because he has too much free time but he has gotten more recognition than most ever will get for something they did in a game. I still wouldn't have done it though, but I guess that's why this is a world record.
its not the type of recognition that matters for more than 5 minutes tho. its not like someone is going to say in 25 years hey remember that legendary minecraft picture that guy made.....
He set a world record. Not many people can say that. That's just fact.
a record that not many people will remember or even care for.
Now that somebody knows it's a world record, they're going to beat it with some crappy picture, based on quantity over quality.
It would be more interesting if he had to mine all those blocks xD
It's great. Someone has a lot of time and patience on their hand to pull this off. Great job though.
Can someone please tell me how you download other peoples world's in Minecraft?
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