lol ... I barely had time to watch the video ... can't imagine trying top set all those dominoes up. With my luck one would fall about half way through, and I'd have to start over :-)
LOL. Yeah, I'm not quite sure I'd have the patience for it. But it certainly is fin to watch!
The process of the recreation of the picture is very very impresive...
@Hernan: Agreed. It's definitely something that's both enjoyable and interesting to watch.Most domino videos only show the final stage where they all fall against one another, which is why I especially liked this one. You get to see the entire process from start to finish. :)
Oh man, I thought for sure the cat was going to mess with it. I just don't have the patience for something like that.
@Mark: Ha ha, you're not the only one. I was waiting for it to jump at them or something, but no dice. Just dominoes. Har har.The cat is obviously used to being around them or its reaction would've been different. Jeez, can you imagine setting all those up, and just when you're almost done kitty decides to have some fun! :PAnd I'm with you on the patience thing. That's a whole lot of work for something that ends so quickly. But hey, I guess he can watch his video over and over again to continue enjoying it! :)
Woah that was pretty cool. What if the cat jumped on it? Lol
my cat would have clearly ruined the entire thing by leaping in the middleCheck out the stop-motion tribute to atarihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKbJvM7VbQc
OMG, that video was AWESOME! Great find! :)LOL at your cat.
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