Last year, Colin Furze blew the mind of every Star Wars fanatic when he built an almost life-size AT-AT. This year, he pledged his total allegiance to the Dark Side by constructing a full-size replica of Kylo Ren's TIE Silencer. The fighter measures in at 46 feet long, 23 feet wide, and 14 feet tall and is made completely of steel. As if that isn't enough, he enlisted James Bruton to also make a fully-functioning BB-9E.
Necessity is the mother of invention — or in the case of Tatsuo Horiuchi, being really cheap. The 77-year old retiree wanted to try his hand at painting but was too stingy to buy anything. And that's when he discovered Microsoft Excel.