Grown-up Steven.

AND I KNOW WE SAW HIM THIS AGE IN SO MANY BIRTHDAYS AND HE DIDN’T LOOK LIKE THIS AT ALL But hot tamales I just want to see him with long max’d out curly hair like Rose ;A;

Also wanted him with little knickknacks from the show. Like, carrying around the photo of his mum and dad, his ukelele, the VHS Rose left him, and a mysteriously unmelted cookie cat what even do they put in those things

Lastly I really dig the idea of him wearing little crystals in honor of the gems. His necklace naturally has rose quartz, garnet, pearls, and amethyst- but I think it would be cool for him to wear some sort of malachite (hence the bracelet) to show his gratitude for Lapis’ sacrifice.



One of the most jaw-dropping spectacles in George Miller’s film Mad Max: Fury Road was the blind, masked Doof Warrior, harnessed to the Doof Wagon in front of a wall of speakers, ferociously playing his awesome flame-throwing guitar. He and his outrageous musical instrument stood out in a movie where every scene was extraordinary.

Make: Community Editor Caleb Kraft was inspired by this unforgettable character and decided to create his own version of the Doof Warrior’s guitar: a Flamethrower Ukelele.

“Nothing says rock-n-roll more than actual fire entwined with your tunes! This guy was completely ridiculously over the top and I loved it!

I felt that the scale of the one in the movie was a bit outside my comfort zone, so I decided to build a flamethrower ukulele instead. I didn’t want to try to replicate exactly what he had, and I also wanted to scale things down to be marginally safer. My version can be built from hardware store parts in a very short amount of time.”

Here’s Kraft’s video showing how he made his fantastic fire-spraying ukelele:

Now that is pretty freaking awesome.

[via Make: and Bored Panda]