When you go viral

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I have recently experienced something new for me — I’ve got noticed on the Internet.

I make cosplay props in my free time. It’s something to free my mind from constantly looking at the code and figuring out why the damn thing does not work. I like to take a cool looking item from video games and make it in real life.

I share what I create on Instagram, Twitter, Imgur and Reddit. Usually, about 100 people…

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I write about biotech, learning, computing and futurism | http://conradthegray.com

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I write about biotech, learning, computing and futurism | http://conradthegray.com

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