Canadian enthusiast creates all kinds of weapons from Lego and has over a million YouTube subscribers.
Life-sized Frostmourne from Warcraft? Or a BFG 9000? Or maybe a working flamethrower? All of these (and many more!) Legendary weapons have been incredible sources of inspiration for ZaziNombies. A story about an ingenious Lego builder who has achieved amazing results in his hobby that literally feeds him!
An ordinary Canadian Lego lover who really was able to become popular and famous, occupying his favorite niche and earning extra money for a decent existence, while doing his favorite thing! What is his superpower? At first, he loves video games, and this is not a joke at all. Most of his projects are incredible, huge, and functional weapons (both cold and firearms and certainly fantastic) from games and movies. Don't believe it? Just take a look below.
Zazi creates his masterpieces from Lego pieces and uploads the assembly process and demonstration of their features to his YouTube channel. He started 11 years ago, in 2010. On his channel, you can still find a video with a huge minigun, a DG-2 superweapon from Call of Duty and other projects, which gained from 200 to 1.7 million views.
He now has 1.4 million subscribers and a gold-framed button sent by YouTube. An achievement that you can be proud of, or you can figure in your mind how much money a hobby can bring you if you really know how to do something well.
ZaziNombies is definitely one of those who really know how to engineer. He created a huge number of realistic 1: 1 scale weapons with Lego parts. Millions of viewers around the world follow his new inventions and order new projects for him. Among them are BFG from Doom, Fat Man from Fallout and many other cool guns!
He created so many different guns and experimented so many times (don't try this at home!) That I'm just bursting with the desire to show absolutely everything. Strange, but the Canadian guy, apart from YouTube, practically does not develop social networks, so it is almost impossible to find an exact description of his projects, how many hours they took and how many details they consist of. Of course, he mentions these facts in his videos, but as if these are not important parameters.
In pursuit of his dream, he even received a Guinness World Records certificate (again, it is not clear in which category) and ended up in the 2020 Guinness book. Just wow! Judging by the fact that, as far as I understood, after assembling his weapons, he disassembles them into parts and processes them into all new projects. It's even a pity that such magnificent creations will not become museum exhibits, but will remain only in the memory of YouTube videos.
Zazi pays attention to various models and franchises from Warcraft to Minecraft. He has real-life weapons and even various "standard" crafts in the form of castles and buildings. All his projects can be viewed on his personal channel.
Zazi periodically updates his room with new sets and gladly arranges room tours for his channel viewers. As for me, this is an example of how talent can be monetized in anything and achieve really great success.