Griffon Ramsey, who is very handy with a chainsaw, has made this video showing her work that takes a giant hunk of timber and, using a bunch of power tools, carves it into a mask from Zelda.
Reader Robert Lane is a woodworker, and a Call of Duty fan. He's combined the two to create this range of amazing replica Perk-a-Cola machines.
Squish. Squish. Squish. To you, they're nothing but obstacles, but each one of those Goombas you crushed had a life. Loves. Someone to remember them by. Someone to bury them, pay for a tombstone and mourn for them.
Canadian artist Steve doesn't have much use for one of the rooms in his house, it seems, which is why he's turned it into a construction yard for a replica Super Star Destroyer.
Reader Adam had a smith craft him a replica Master Sword. It's so good I hope he goes and hides it in a temple somewhere.
Reddit user Juankestein has shared images of a "Game Boy" he built when he was 9. Which is a fancy name for something he made out of paper.
Last December, reader Michelle decided to take a swing at building her own replica gravity gun from Half-Life 2. It's done now, and it looks fantastic.
Video Game Sans Video is a project that satisfies just about all the criteria you need to call something a video game. Except, well, for the actual video.
I am relatively sure lead artist Vince Coupal doesn't say "technology called CRAP" in this first developer diary for Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, but part of me wishes he had.
It's the game's one true oversight: the fact you can't pick up a lute in Skyrim and jam out a ditty to ladies in towers and monsters slain. Ah well. This'll have to make do.
And so is Chain Chomp, the 1-Up Mushroom, and pretty much every other Mario character that crafty-seller nerdJERK knits its crochet magic on.
Prop builder Zander Brandt figured the world was short on replica M-29 Incisor rifles from Mass Effect 2. So he went and made one.
Ben Howard is the man to thank for this beautiful, hand-made set of The Legend of Zelda chess pieces.
The Wii's sensor bar is a flimsy little thing. It's pretty weak, too. What it needs, then, is MORE POWER, and that's exactly what these two handymen are proposing.
This is a Neo Geo. A working, fully armed and operational Neo Geo. Made entirely of finely-crafted walnut. I don't know the precise moment master craftsmen and video games got together, but it's a union worth celebrating.
Brushing your teeth, doing your hair, shaving, all BORING. What we need to liven things up is a mirror that doubles as a touch-screen display. Like this one.
Casey Fleser and his wife thought it would be cool to paint their son's room in a Super Mario Bros. theme. So they did. And the end result makes the word "theme" sell it a little short.
Alien vigilante Garrus is not pretty. He wasn't pretty before his face got shot up, and now, he's even less pretty. Lucky for the kids, then, that this plush based on the Mass Effect gunslinger is so adorable.
Minecraft players sick of emerging from the rocky depths into the dangerous, deadly night, you should maybe be doing a little less mining. That or build yourself what's essentially a Minecraft alarm clock.
Courtesy of hand-crafting superstar Moxie, here's a Katamari Damacy playset for the real world, made of little else but felt and magnets.