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This incredible Toys vs Toys animation was made entirely on Vine

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Have you ever mucked about with Vine? You know, the app that lets you record brief bursts of video. Like Twitter, but with moving parts. 

The creativity on display varies from the dismal (no one liked our "Tea-making tutorial") to the downright masterful - such as the work of Johnny McHone

Using an assortment of toys, homemade props and what we can only assume is several months of free time (everyone needs a hobby), McHone has compiled his Toys vs Toys series into one amazing 20 minute block.

Ridiculous, artistic, hilarious - it'll appeal to fans of Robot Chicken

Well done, McHone. Now, haven't you got some work to be getting on with?

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