Some of you may have seen the show Forged In Fire on the History Channel. Some of you may even think that you're an amateur blacksmith because of that show. A man in Japan has shown that you don't need an entire forge to be a blacksmith. Keep scrolling to find out how this man does incredible things with a roll of aluminum foil.
The first thing he does is roll up the entire box of foil into a large ball. Be careful doing this because aluminum foil can be sharp.
He sped up the video, but it must have taken him a long time because he looked a little tired after that part was all done.
So unless you have a lot of time, this project probably isn't for you.
This goes on well into the night, but he had to make sure every little bump was taken out of the ball of foil.
It looks like they enjoyed helping, though!
He then began the tedious job of sanding every little imperfection down. After that, the video shows Skytomo putting the ball under the water to do some more sanding.
But there's more work that needs to be done to make it perfect.
Using polisher, Skymoto ran a light sander over the ball repeatedly.
Using a soft cloth, he wiped all of the excess polish off. Look how smooth and shiny it is!
After all, it was once nothing but a ball of rough foil.
That's really impressive!
What started out at just a ball of foil...
He's extremely talented! Imagine all of the other things he could make with just a roll of aluminum foil!
Keep making those videos because what you do is really incredible.
Maybe it will inspire you to test your forging skills.
**If you'd like to make one of these balls out of aluminum foil, check out this video to watch a step-by-step demonstration.**
**Check out this video to see how this YouTuber made a knife out of aluminum foil.**