ZaziNombies is back at it with his latest Lego creation. This time he tackled the Wrath of the Ancients bow from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Usually I just watch these videos on mute while I listen to music but I actually wanted to know how he made the thing. One of the interesting things about the bow (other than the fact that he lit a Lego arrow on fire to match the model in the game) is how he got the bow to stay together as he held it in the middle.
As someone who used to play with Legos a whole bunch, I know that the longer you make something, the harder it is to keep together. Something about the weight on the sides of the thing being too heavy for the middle of thing (or I'm just bad at Legos). It's pretty awesome that he could also sort of fire the arrow from the bow, even if just goes a couple of feet.
But, I've got to say. He's got to stop actually lighting these Legos on fire. They're kind of terrifying to me. I mean it's fun to recreate weapons and stuff from video games or movies or whatever but why do you need to make them exactly like their fictional counterpart?
Honestly, maybe this comes with getting older or my software getting a little out of date but I don't want anyone watching this video to try and light their Legos on fire because it's cool. It seems like one of the more dangerous things you can do. I'd love to say something like, "Let's leave it to the professionals" but is ZaziNombies a professional?
He just has a YouTube channel. Is that enough to make someone a professional these days? Maybe I should start a YouTube channel. I don't know. But if you're reading this or watching that video and you're like, OH MAN SO COOL THAT'S AWESOME. Please don't make one at home and then accidentally light yourself on fire.