So is it Godzi-rice or Rice-zilla?
Godzilla is undeniably one of the most iconic fictional monsters we have around. Originally created by Tomoyuki Tanaka, the character made its big screen debut in 1954 in a movie entitled Godzilla. Fast forward to the present, the ‘King of Monsters’ remains popular with the release of Godzilla vs Kong just last March 2021.
Now a video recently went viral on social media showing how a talented man from Russia managed to create a miniature Godzilla figure using a single piece of rice superglued to a toothpick. I know that sounds pretty unbelievable but, as they always say – you gotta see it to believe it.
According to reports, the amazing guy’s name is Mikhail Myagkkov, who is a jeweler by profession. Apparently, he worked on his tiny masterpiece for three days with the help of a microscope and several tools.
Initially posted on the SubReddit nextf***inglevel by #alexander_the_dead, the unique piece of art has since made rounds on social media, gaining numerous comments from impressed netizens.
On the original thread, someone wrote:
“Imagine going through a bag of rice, doing every single grain like that, cutting off the super glue parts and cooking it into a meal. The amount of effort but my god I’d love to see it.”
Another praised the artist from Noginsk, Russia and said:
“You’re a man of focus, commitment and sheer f***ing will.”
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