Who does not get inspired and moved to invent wonders by watching profound movies? Yes, here is a standing example of how an ace observer, who got inspired by watching some of the best movies and built a rather exciting and fabulous moving castle. Called the Howl’s Moving Castle, this one was crafted to excellence by Ben Millet, who spent about 72 dedicated hours with it. By watching 24 movies, specifically, The Lord of The Rings, Pride and Prejudice and also extremely thrilling films like, from Justin To Kelly he got all his mental forces alive and completely inspired.
Perhaps a complex papercraft, Ben deciphered instructions rightly, to make it one of his finest creations. With a variety of paper and paper varieties, this one was made possible, with just a combination of a bit of patience and a lot of drive and enthusiasm. This Studio Ghibli version by Ben is absolutely remarkable.
Of course, now if you are charged up and like what you just saw, check out some more geeky papercraft models – magnificent World of Warcraft papercraft and also fantastic Pacman Paper toys.
Thank you Shirley for the tip!