How to Make 8-Bit or Minecraft Props/Items

Introduction: How to Make 8-Bit or Minecraft Props/Items

About: A guy that enjoys doing the impossible.
Hey guys, what's up? Today, I'm going to show you how to make props/ items from your favorite 8, 16, 32, and 64 Bit videogames that look great and make you smile every time you look at them. Its fun and easy to make and I even made a video tutorial if you want to see what I actually did. I hope you like this Instructable and I hope I've helped.

P.S.  Here are some suggestions if you have no idea what to make

      -The ghosts from Pac-man
      -The Triforce
      -The Old Man from Zelda
      -Donky Kong
      -The Dog from Duck Hunt
      -The Ducks from Duck Hunt
      -Space Invaders
      -Mike Tyson
      -The Ice Climbers
      -Minecraft Creepers
      -The Mario Mushrooms
      -Fire Flowers
      -Boos from Mario
      -a Koopa
      -The Luner Lander
      -or even the Hero Dot from Adventure. (remember him?)

It is all up to you, but I hope that that helped give you a few Ideas

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    9 years ago on Introduction


    I am the person behind The photos in this entry of Megaman, Raccoon Mario wall, and Space Invaders are my creations from 8bitwood. Each piece of art on my site is created from individual blocks of stained wood and take weeks to create. I am happy that you like the pieces and am excited for people to see my stuff....I am less happy that you are giving people the impression that you created (or have anything to do with) the stuff on my site


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry for any confusion. I meant to put a works cited page but it was about 1 A.M. when I made this instructable and I simply forgot. I'm sorry for any misconception. I truly am sorry for any problems or issues you had with this post. I have edited this post to include a works cited page. Thanks for your response and thank you helping me have the inspiration to do this project.