There’s one 3-year-old boy who is destroying whatever he can get his hands on, and his father has been capturing it all on video.
Luckily for everyone involved, it’s all done through special effects.
Daniel Hashimoto works for Dreamworks, and apparently likes to play around after work. After capturing his son doing everyday things that a little boy does, dad goes in and adds some spectacular effects. And they’re incredibly cool.
For example, there was the time the living room was destroyed:
And another time, the toy store didn’t fare much better:
But then it got a lot worse:
The kid’s Lego Blaster is quite serious:
Finally, here’s one way to scare your kids enough so that they’ll stop jumping in puddles:
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