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    Main screen based on Mario rs 2007 gold He used more than , blue toothpicks for the sky, , toothpicks for the backplate for the text and only  toothpicks for Mario's red jumpsuit. As the Runescape video shows, Korry went through the painstaking task of painting each toothpick for the smaller parts, but he proceeds to use spray paint across a large swathe of toothpicks for the larger areas like the sky and shadows. He then uses graph paper to align the toothpicks so they're in the proper order and adjacent with the right amount of indentation. There's a lot of measuring going on here because he wants the words and certain parts to stick




    out. As the Runescape video showcases, the entire thing was designed in parts and then assembled separately. There's even a bit of a special little surprise at the end.Even though the old  rendition of Super Mario Bros is old and dated, it's still big enough to keep and maintain a strong enough following that gamers are willing to take time out of their lives to


     build a , piece toothpick sculpture of the main menu. It takes a certain level of unfettered dedication to even think to pull off something like that. The added fact that the precision and math involved with doing it properly is another hurdle that seems crazy to overcome just for the sake of showing it off to complete strangers on YouTube. Anyway, Mario has been


    a busy boy, with his latest outing being the new Mario Party. I do wonder if Nintendo RS gold took note of Korry's real life sculpture of the iconic plumber and if they plan on acknowledging it anytime soon Well, if for nothing else at least Korry managed to spark some discussion about his project across social media and some gaming websites.Mass Effect  And Mirror's Edge


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