What kinds of obscure hobbies do you tap into when you're bored?
For some, it's hour-long video game sprees. For others, the cure to boredom means endlessly scrolling through your Instagram feed. However, every now and then, we come across someone with a hobby worth mentioning!
That brings us to Anucha "Cha" Saengchart, a Thailand-based cosplay artist who is known for using everyday items to replicate your favorite celebrities, movie characters and childhood cartoons.
He first began gaining exposure for his unique hobby using Facebook, where he cleverly named his project Low Cost Cosplay. Since then, Saengchart has been able to garner over 260,000 Facebook likes.
According to Bored Panda, the 25-year-old creative, who works closely with the elderly, got the idea for this expressive project when he was at work, attempting to transform himself into Piccolo from "Dragon Ball Z" using towels he found.
Now, we wouldn't suggest trying to turn yourself into an anime character in the bathroom at work, but if you're looking for something to do on your free time, the inspiration can be found all around you!
Check out the photos below for a closer look.