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Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by KEN PHENIX, Oct 6, 2012.
What is the strongest impression you are left with ? what really grabs you ?
Wow! Great piece of film making and very inspiring subject.
Well the delivery, the fine production quality and story-telling was more important than the project itself. I couldn't imagine ever having the desire to create a bike like that myself. My projects tend to be given more to expedience, practicality or frugality. What moved me was how Seth tapped into and evoked that therapeutic euphoria I experience in the garage immersed in a project, and particularly while metal working. He is so right, strike that first arch and the world goes away. Time does stand still. When I'm welding and grinding I don't even get hungry, for hours on end.
I have almost no patience for most videos these days. The motorcycle-related films are some of the worst of the lot.
This one...I watched from start to finish. So much wisdom...and great cinematography, too.
That, was wonderful.
Thanks for posting.
I love a good bit of steam punk but the bike was fugley......:eek1
That was awesome.
Yeah the bike is ugly as hell, but that was part of the point!
Very Post-Apocalyptic Punk as the builder stated. The guy at the end was the best. My wife even enjoyed watching the video. I already warned her...I am on my way to being that guy.
Thanks for sharing that vid.
Well done video, but those are some gross looking motorcycles.