Primitive Technology: Tiled Roof Hut

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  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    Massive respect to one of the few legitimate primitive creation channels left. It's still mindblowing to see one person without any outside help do all of this.

    • Coolzled Being
      Coolzled Being Hace un mes

      you again?

    • Pink Goerge Floyd
      Pink Goerge Floyd Hace 2 meses

      @Кот Василий virgin

    • jinri_p
      jinri_p Hace 2 meses

      He's literally the man that started it all.

    • Joshplays
      Joshplays Hace 2 meses

      @Кот Василий no bitches?

    • Nugget_
      Nugget_ Hace 4 meses

      only commented this cause of sunnyv2s video and still go 1.1k likes, yet good comments get a fraction of that????

  • Zachary Dietze
    Zachary Dietze Hace 9 meses +3837

    Unlike most other channels out there that are clearly fake and leave their destruction behind as a potentially very big hazard that would take a long time to heal, this guy on the other hand gets straight to the point and doesn’t try to accomplish wildly unrealistic feats that are simply untrue, like making swimming pools. (Even the ancient Greeks knew that you had to filter water constantly, lest it turning into something foul really quick, especially in the heat) Just simple materials used in nature like wood, sticks, sand, clay, mud, rocks, fire, and anything in between. He doesn’t always keep uploading every other week either, meaning that this clearly takes a lot of time.
    He might not live in the wild, but at least he’s honest and that his methods are real. It shows some real ways of how humans could’ve survived thousands of years ago. And this guy is pretty much doing it by himself, in around 60-100 days! (Although I wouldn’t be surprised if he had some occasional help sometimes) *Mad respect.*

    • fatass
      fatass Hace 6 días

      @Adam Lynch clay is just fine dirt so any dirt will do if you seperate it but you can find the best dirt for clay around rivers and dirt that clumps together well like cracked dirt you see around.

    • Random Guy
      Random Guy Hace 23 días

      @birdy in compistbin explain how it would be fake.

    • ggeshundra
      ggeshundra Hace un mes

      @Mr. insan and the other hand is the best of the most important thing is that the us and we will be able to get the best of the most important thing is that the us and we will be able to get the best of the most important thing is that the us and we

    • ggeshundra
      ggeshundra Hace un mes

      @Mr. insan thank you

    • Mr. insan
      Mr. insan Hace un mes

      you are right mate 👍

  • M
    M Hace un mes +26

    I really rate it a channel that’s done well from actual hard work serious dedication well done to you🎉

  • Stuck On Disney
    Stuck On Disney Hace un año +1138

    For someone who has been watching since 2016, I cannot begin to express how amazed I am at this man’s skills, even 6 years later.

    • Stuck On Disney
      Stuck On Disney Hace 5 meses

      @DimensionOne r/woosh

    • MegaBored
      MegaBored Hace 5 meses

      Damn same been watching him in 2016 or 2017 with a guest account lol

    • Orion Hunter
      Orion Hunter Hace 6 meses

      @Sultan Bibit Kebun that's the flag of monaco

    • IllusionaryHeart
      IllusionaryHeart Hace 6 meses +2

      Jesus… 2016 being 6 years ago feels so wrong

    • wen
      wen Hace 6 meses

      @jay got l'ed by a literal piece of bread get real💀💀

  • derp scythe
    derp scythe Hace un mes +33

    I'd like to think that if he went on for long enough that he'd eventually become so advanced that what he'd be doing wouldn't be primitive anymore. Like he'd advance so far that he'd be using forged metal tools and such.

    • egg person
      egg person Hace 7 días

      @derp scythe i would think itd be cool if as time progressed, the time period hes emulating progresses as well. first stone age, then bronze age, industrial revolution, and modern age.
      imagine primitive technologies building a pc tho

    • derp scythe
      derp scythe Hace 7 días

      @egg person imagine if he built a steam engine

    • egg person
      egg person Hace 8 días

      yeah uh me has made iron tools

    • Michiel Kruijff
      Michiel Kruijff Hace 18 días

      haha he already is using forged metal tools by now!

  • Metex:)
    Metex:) Hace un mes +4

    Мужик, ты красава. Построить хижену из глины не каждый может, продолжай в том же духе

  • santiago orgeira
    santiago orgeira Hace 6 meses +621

    My man has HEATED FLOORS on his shelter, 10/10 would live there

    • Ryan
      Ryan Hace 2 meses +1

      The floor won't stay hot for weeks or days. It'll stay hot for a couple hours at most. Not just from the heat soak but mainly because the fire would be smoldering for a long time before it truly extinguishes

    • ワンヤンミン
      ワンヤンミン Hace 2 meses +1

      床暖房→オンドルの事??。

    • Wickedcop1 Youtube • 13 years ago
      Wickedcop1 Youtube • 13 years ago Hace 4 meses +4

      @BuffNipz 🤓

    • Nrishiee
      Nrishiee Hace 5 meses +11

      @BuffNipz lolllll

    • BuffNipz
      BuffNipz Hace 5 meses +3

      ​@J Films Productions pseudoscience is still technically a form of science, so yes I do have a science background

  • Popoy Jorge
    Popoy Jorge Hace un mes +6

    This is the primitive videos i like to watch

  • Callux
    Callux Hace 7 años +7379

    Absolutely incredible.

  • Jennifer Munro
    Jennifer Munro Hace un año +378

    The original and best primitive technology channel out there. Detailed descriptions, honest productions, worked hard as heck, showed his failures as well as successes. This man should remain a legend in the annals of ESclips history. I'd subscribe twice. All the best man.

    • 山|ㄥㄥ卩ㄖ山乇尺
      山|ㄥㄥ卩ㄖ山乇尺 Hace 5 meses +2

      @Trinidad Riquelme oh my bad, as long as it's not staged its ok

    • Trinidad Riquelme
      Trinidad Riquelme Hace 5 meses

      @山|ㄥㄥ卩ㄖ山乇尺 uhm yea he's real but read the description, he says he does NOT live there

    • 山|ㄥㄥ卩ㄖ山乇尺
      山|ㄥㄥ卩ㄖ山乇尺 Hace 5 meses

      @Trinidad Riquelme he does, he's one of the real primitive ESclipsrs out there unlike others

    • Trinidad Riquelme
      Trinidad Riquelme Hace 5 meses

      @BuffNipz he... does not sleep there

    • BuffNipz
      BuffNipz Hace 6 meses

      @Dexteritous I saw a spider in there it's definitely gonna fall down on his face when he's sleeping, massive doofus failure right there

  • FothR MuckR
    FothR MuckR Hace 6 meses +411

    The way you made the shingles for the roof was really smart. You're probably one of the few real primitive channels out there. I really enjoy your content :)

    • A Cat Is Fine Too
      A Cat Is Fine Too Hace 4 meses +1

      I've thinking like left small holes in the top part where the lids in the tiles, so you could tie them to the roof beams with cord, idk if the cords last a lot or maybe adding something like water resistant mortar like we saw in other videos, I worried how to make it more resilient to the rain with the resources you can find around

    • BuffNipz
      BuffNipz Hace 6 meses

      ​@iPlxel Have you ever tried to make one? Didn't think so. I'm well known on this site for making those extravagant dirt houses and it sounds like you're saying it's fake? No. We are built differently from someone like you who I'm guessing maybe doesn't dig in the dirt everyday?

    • Orion Hunter
      Orion Hunter Hace 6 meses

      @iPlxel the deranged mud concoction they made would not hold up all that and filter the swimming pool.

    • Koji Karasake
      Koji Karasake Hace 6 meses +2

      @A Cat Is Fine Too I guess he could put leaves or maybe hay under the roof tiles, then cover it with clay or mud and put tiles on it. I am not a builder and I am guessing ofcourse, but I think that could work.

    • A Cat Is Fine Too
      A Cat Is Fine Too Hace 6 meses +1

      seeing this I will like to know how to avoid waters going though the little gaps cause maybe someday will heavy rain and sure you will wish to isolate anything under that roof from water

  • Егор Назаров
    Егор Назаров Hace un mes +4

    This is my favorite channel, I love these videos!!!😍

  • Connor Tremblay
    Connor Tremblay Hace 6 meses +78

    I am still blown away by how this guy seems to be able to just pull anything in half. It's like the world is his cheesestring

    • Galaxy eliel
      Galaxy eliel Hace 2 meses +3

      we should give him one of those lego pieces, like the 1 stud lego on the bottom of a 1 stud lego. you know what i mean.

  • D3w10n
    D3w10n Hace 6 años +7558

    Immagine, your airplane/boat had an accident and you are stranded on an island with this guy... your life standards are probably going to go up xD

    • PhouHeng Wm😍
      PhouHeng Wm😍 Hace un día

      Wow sogood 👍

    • Nordic Empire
      Nordic Empire Hace 8 días

      @Potater Yeah If I was there I just need to tell him how it has to work and he go building the airport & plane 🤣

    • veikko vuorma
      veikko vuorma Hace un mes

      😂😂😂

    • Falcon Corbin
      Falcon Corbin Hace un mes

      Wrong it will skyrocket he can build fucking IORN ORE

    • TheDeadMan536
      TheDeadMan536 Hace un mes

      Nah bro this guy would design a flying machine capable of taking you and him to another world of much better living conditions where you two can live your life in peace away from the IRS.

  • Raoul Bhandoola
    Raoul Bhandoola Hace 6 meses +93

    The choice of having the explanations to the actions be in the subtitles is just so genius. If you want answers to what he's doing you can easily have it and if you don't then it isn't forced on you

    • Henry Olsen
      Henry Olsen Hace 2 meses +1

      Dang it I just watched thru the entire thing without subtitles.

    • FlakGnoll
      FlakGnoll Hace 5 meses +3

      @BuffNipz Clay isn't made just of animals feces, but also other animals parts like bones, hair, and other body parts. And isn't only animals remains that make up clay, plants and minerals remains too.

    • BuffNipz
      BuffNipz Hace 6 meses +2

      @FlakGnoll Yep this is because animals go to drink at water and ahem, drop turds, which mix into the soil over time to become clay. You can make it yourself at home which is also more efficient in disposing your own turds

    • FlakGnoll
      FlakGnoll Hace 6 meses +8

      @Adam Lynch near lakes, and others body of waters.

    • Adam Lynch
      Adam Lynch Hace 6 meses

      Where does one find clay in the wild tho?

  • CHARMZ VLOG
    CHARMZ VLOG Hace un mes +1

    Wow amazing

  • AxolotlNamedLeif
    AxolotlNamedLeif Hace un mes +3

    Can we just take one moment to appreciate the work that our ancestors did just to survive? Current times, sometimes I'm too lazy to get out of bed on time, but back then, if they didn't get the firewood, hunt for their food, and provide for the children by dark they would starve for the day or longer. It's absolutely incredible the work they did so a lot of us nowadays get to have these privileges. Sorry to take time away from your leisurely watching of this amazing work, but I just wanted to share. Thank you for your time.

  • Felipe Mattiello
    Felipe Mattiello Hace 7 días

    Muito legal. O sistema de aquecimento foi genial!

  • Dj-chemicalz
    Dj-chemicalz Hace 2 años +1855

    If there's one thing I've learned from this man it's that mud and clay will get you everything you need

    • Virture GD
      Virture GD Hace un mes

      @olafspetzkiwhen in doubt get the xbox out

    • hodayfa000h
      hodayfa000h Hace 5 meses

      mud works just fine I can build houses(square with a roof) with large trees and mud(covered with cement from the inside ) and the floor... is mad out of floor? oh and it is very useful if you want to go explore but you can't make it alone you need help(I used a traditional way that my grandpa used) and the house is good with a sea close to it (you can find camps to get/buy food) well I mean that is unnecessary to say but I liked to share how they build it and(this way was used hundreds of years ago from generation to generation) and I love to make it alive again

    • Unfazed MC
      Unfazed MC Hace 6 meses

      Primitive techno!ogy: wood and clay xbox

    • nadamasquealguien
      nadamasquealguien Hace 6 meses

      Even a girlfriend?

    • confused_shark
      confused_shark Hace 6 meses

      @Fevos Man in the description, he says “The entire process took 102 days, but it would’ve taken 66 if not for unseasonal rain.” Note that he says unseasonal. He most likely prepares accordingly to the amount of rain he expects for the season.

  • SALt
    SALt Hace 2 meses +2

    I love that even though this channel makes him plenty of cash he still chooses to spend his time enjoying ‘primitive’ pastimes out in nature.

  • Татьяна Ногина

    У тебя очень классный и интересный канал

  • Emmjay
    Emmjay Hace 6 meses +18

    Still my favourite build. I'd love to see how well it has held up over 6 years.

  • Shane Dog
    Shane Dog Hace 5 meses +6

    This is definitely one of my favorite builds he has done. Wow, lots of hours on this!

  • Emma Lucas
    Emma Lucas Hace 6 años +1863

    This guy makes me want to go dig in my back yard for clay

    • duma2lupin
      duma2lupin Hace 3 meses

      Damn right... This is stirring up our primitive genes for working clay and hacking at wood

    • Mustafa98Boy
      Mustafa98Boy Hace 5 meses

      @Mind Yoursahahahahahahahah right xD

    • orosmith576
      orosmith576 Hace 6 meses

      Same

    • Kandi Klover
      Kandi Klover Hace 5 años

      soulassassin0g No you won't, those are deep down and very thick so you'd never be able to break the utitlity pipes with just a shovel, even the houses own PVC pipes wouldn't break if you careful. Idiot.

    • DIY Russia
      DIY Russia Hace 5 años +2

      Very cool, very interesting!

  • Neroku
    Neroku Hace 10 meses +43

    he literally spent 100+ of days making tiled roof hut and still managed the video to be 14 minutes long. this is just incredible. because it's the average time person spent on a single youtube video.
    and for me? i would spent my time watching this video for 1 hour or more if he uploads it.

  • Sarah Phillips
    Sarah Phillips Hace 10 meses +17

    This was the first primitive technology video that I've ever watched, and man...
    When I first saw this video, I was like, "Oh, wow... This actually feels like Minecraft in real life!" And looking back, I can definitely see why.
    All of these are built and crafted using materials gathered from the natural environment around us, much like how you can in Minecraft (minus the crafting table, of course), and even years later, I STILL find that very impressive!
    Keep up the good work, John! 😁👍🏻💙

    • AnhNH
      AnhNH Hace 7 meses +3

      I find it funny when people say things like "Wow it's just like that game!" Isn't it because the game imitated and simplified real life?

    • Bcapper
      Bcapper Hace 10 meses +1

      I love his vids. Practicing the hobby this spring

  • Crime ≠ Politics
    Crime ≠ Politics Hace 2 meses +4

    Thank you for the video! In Scandinavia, they would soak the axe in water for a day to expand the wood and thus grip tighter around the axe head to keep it safely in place.

  • Mer_ce
    Mer_ce Hace 6 meses +16

    I been watching this channel back then and I can proudly say that this is the Original and legit Primitive channel. Building his own house in scratch, creating his own tools, making pots, rooftiles and stuff.. Until others starts building their own primitive mansion with pools🤣🤣

  • Jed Romanillos
    Jed Romanillos Hace 2 años +2920

    If you turn on the subtiles, it will explain everything he does. Its very helpful.

    • credence
      credence Hace 4 meses

      bump

    • minus5m
      minus5m Hace 5 meses

      Woha... THANK YOU!!

    • SM_Stormzy
      SM_Stormzy Hace 6 meses

      @HinduBoy bro this isn't a forum lmfao

    • Murry Brasell
      Murry Brasell Hace 6 meses +1

      thanks bro

    • LilNewo
      LilNewo Hace 6 meses

      been watching these vids for a decade and i never knew that. cheers

  • Scatt
    Scatt Hace 6 meses +5

    its amazing how this is all done by just one guy
    All the camera work, building, editing, and time spent into it
    (btw, in the description it says "It should be pointed out that I do not live in the wild and that this is just a hobby.")

  • GLiTCH
    GLiTCH Hace 5 meses +1

    I've watched this before, am rewatching it, and am STILL impressed.
    This dude is the real deal. LOVE this channel.

  • Aurélio Santos
    Aurélio Santos Hace 4 meses +5

    I could easily watch him working like this for hours.

  • Byron Sonne
    Byron Sonne Hace 9 meses +6

    Man this is so great. Love it. Would love to know how the hut is holding up over time!

  • 丂ㄩ卩乇尺几ㄖᐯ卂

    I enjoy this guy, after watching SunnyV2's vid on people like this he is pretty good, and let's be honest, he's the definition of a cave man making 1 person temporary homes and going from place to place, on his own land, of course

  • 팽이버섯1
    팽이버섯1 Hace un mes

    세중 너가 천만유튜버인줄은 몰랐어 건강 조심하고 잘지내라!

  • 급홍조의달인
    급홍조의달인 Hace 5 meses +9

    여기는 채널 주인이 직접 출연해서 작업하는 원조 아님?
    역시 출연자 계약하고 쓰는 곳이랑은 기본 마인드가 다름..

  • H8redd
    H8redd Hace 8 meses +2

    I have learned so much watching these vidoes, it's insane. I am no saying that I would be able to do exactly what he does, but if stranded somewhere, I would be able to build myself shelter and tools and manage to survive on my own. Not to his level though, he's amazingly good at what's he's doing, but I think I can replicate most of his techniques to various degrees.
    Thanks for sharing this knowledge with us, we never know when it will be useful.

  • D JJJ
    D JJJ Hace 4 años +892

    This guy is like the Bob Ross of survival. He does everything so perfectly and makes it look easy, even though none of us could do it. Also it soooooo relaxing to watch.

    • Robin Queen’s slime and games
      Robin Queen’s slime and games Hace un año

      I could probably do that

    • James McDonald
      James McDonald Hace un año +1

      @Kris Lara Coelho he even went to the trouble to get wood sap as a light to show us inside. Only the camera itself is truly the only piece of tech. Amazing.

    • guyfroml
      guyfroml Hace 4 años

      Bob Ross? You're definitely showing your age...as I am :-)

    • Patch Chappa
      Patch Chappa Hace 4 años

      Yeah

    • Kris Lara Coelho
      Kris Lara Coelho Hace 4 años +1

      @Moobles That's actually something I never noticed before, but you're right. I'll be taking notes for whenever I actually find a site with suitable stones to make tools to do this myself, but while that, we both can wait and see this guy's work improving and being more incredible every video

  • Tetroga
    Tetroga Hace 7 meses +2

    Now that he's back to making videos I would love to see how this hut held up, or if it didn't the ruins of it, I'd think he'd still be able to salvage the tiles of the roof.

  • James McDonald
    James McDonald Hace un año +22

    that was utterly riveting and the most silence I've sat through in one hit for a long long time. Thankyou.
    I made a 6 hole mini golf course out of hardened mud when I was a kid........ This makes me want to play with mud again.

  • Bubble bass
    Bubble bass Hace 6 meses +2

    Your vids are awesome man, sometimes it makes me wanna go outside and make an axe out of wood and rocks👍🏼! Keep up the awesome work dude

  • Александра Лебедева

    This got to be one of the best programs I have come across. Please continue doing these marvelous projects. The world needs to know that not everything has to be done using high technology.
    It would be wonderful to see how this beautiful little hut stands up in a rain storm!

  • PhotographicGeniusIfISaySoMyself

    I would actually pay money for this guy to give me classes and stuff

    • Krucible
      Krucible Hace 3 años

      he wouldn't say anything though.

    • Ratmations
      Ratmations Hace 4 años

      PhotographicGeniusIfISaySoMyself *gasp* you would pay a person money for generally teaching you?!

    • suske wiske
      suske wiske Hace 5 años

      Debra Presley Who says he cares for money at all

    • ImJustJacket
      ImJustJacket Hace 5 años

      PhotographicGeniusIfISaySoMyself same

    • jć
       Hace 5 años

      hottyson nx
      t
      3p

  • Yanina Ovc
    Yanina Ovc Hace 6 días

    Восхищаюсь умением и талантом!

  • Ernani Borba
    Ernani Borba Hace 3 meses +4

    Fiquei impressionado , seu trabalho dá ótimos resultados ! Parabéns pela dedicação e por compartilhar seus conhecimentos ! Saudações do Brasil

  • Phoebe Hart
    Phoebe Hart Hace un año +13

    ive always wondered, since these tiles werent glazed, if you ever had trouble with water seeping through. i know they wont dissolve but unglazed ceramic is still porous. maybe the water sheds before it sinks in? does heavy rain have any effect?

    • Harimi Beğ
      Harimi Beğ Hace un año +1

      sure. but you defensed to leaves

  • GP do Guilherme
    GP do Guilherme Hace 5 meses +2

    Teus vídeos são muito bons muito relaxante

  • PasteyWhiteboy
    PasteyWhiteboy Hace 5 años +500

    Imagine being the first humans to have one of these tiled roof huts, would of been like having a mansion

    • TeaPartier
      TeaPartier Hace 3 años

      @PasteyWhiteboy . HUGE improvement over sleeping beneath a pile of sticks and leaves.

    • Tracy Brown
      Tracy Brown Hace 5 años +4

      PasteyWhiteboy I

    • Ciaran Hughes
      Ciaran Hughes Hace 5 años +9

      Godly Gagger your point is correct but most houses made during the time period of where most of his videos are based would suggest wattle and daub houses were in use not hay roof houses

    • warriormguy
      warriormguy Hace 5 años +2

      PasteyWhiteboy how do you know that

    • DeepHorizon
      DeepHorizon Hace 5 años +3

      Juan Pablo Gonzalez lmao

  • Margarida Sousa
    Margarida Sousa Hace un año +3

    Lindo, inteligente e sarado, você é incrível 🥰👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  • Toby's Research program
    Toby's Research program Hace 6 meses +2

    Just came here from SunnyV2s video. I remember my dad showing me this channel when I was younger, but I wasnt too interested. But after watching Sunnys video on the fake primitive channels, I came over to take a look at ur content. Its actually quite peaceful, I think I can play this while doing sone crafts and stuff.

  • MR DOH
    MR DOH Hace 6 meses +4

    If he did it in Poland, he would have a case in court for construction lawlessness

  • Robert Brown
    Robert Brown Hace 4 meses +1

    I love how most tools he uses are just different sizes of sticks, just makes me smile

  • Bilbo_Gamers
    Bilbo_Gamers Hace 5 años +470

    Dude, as a caveman, this guy would get all the bitches. That house is pimpin as fuck. He probably rides around in a Flintstones style Lambo.

    • D.M.Ravindra Dhanapala
      D.M.Ravindra Dhanapala Hace 5 años

      Animation Studios 0 , but 33wjxusx25x55ztgjlb2 d

    • Wander Stribos
      Wander Stribos Hace 5 años +4

      Seriously, it has A FUCKING HEATED BED... That's something most modern beds don't even have!

    • CJ Morales
      CJ Morales Hace 5 años +5

      He'd probably still get some today

    • Fares Yasin
      Fares Yasin Hace 5 años

      Ikr

    • CO Biking
      CO Biking Hace 5 años

      Bilbo_Gamers lol

  • Tourettes Guy
    Tourettes Guy Hace un año +2

    Great work ethic skills...something that's missing in today's society!

  • Gdawg6295
    Gdawg6295 Hace un año

    it's insane to think i was watching this channel from the very beginning i remember watching the hut video the day you posted it i was deep into the youtube and struck gold i hope you come back an continue an teach how to shelter ourselves with the planet . i dont know how true it was about a rumor that you were gonna do some sort of show but that would be interesting hope all is well.

  • dyer2cycle
    dyer2cycle Hace 8 meses +3

    ..absolutely amazing skills..no doubt about it..but I must point out, this guy seems to have access to what looks to be the best clay in the world to make bricks, pottery, tile, etc. out of...the mud/clay most of us would have access to in a similar situation, would be MUCH harder, if not impossible, to make stuff like this from it...

  • Kingsleyk1101 Skorzeny
    Kingsleyk1101 Skorzeny Hace 4 meses

    Really enjoy your work mate, keep it up.

  • Nerd Nek
    Nerd Nek Hace 7 años +1682

    With all the garbage on TV why not give this guy a show? I'd watch the shit out of it.

    • napkins for thy anus
      napkins for thy anus Hace 5 años +3

      The Real Steel 00seven sub me yaaaaaa

    • santiana sanchez
      santiana sanchez Hace 5 años +4

      The Real Steel 00seven OMG YES

    • Max Burton
      Max Burton Hace 5 años +1

      There is a tv show like this. Its called benifits Britain

    • Blake Slocum
      Blake Slocum Hace 5 años +1

      I'd rather have captions, love this dude

    • Dunkleosteus
      Dunkleosteus Hace 5 años +9

      I bet they'd have a narrator instead. "Now he collects mud from the riverbank. He puts it in a basket to carry back home"

  • Mister Bones
    Mister Bones Hace 6 meses +6

    Fun fact, the heated bed he makes with the fire underneath is a primitive form of what is classically called a "hypocaust." They were very popular in the middle ages and earlier and can be made _extremely_ efficient such that they can store heat for days even when scaled up to service a castle's keep.

    • Mister Bones
      Mister Bones Hace 6 meses +2

      @Netron24
      The fun is in researching further and looking into all the interesting designs and innovations that have been made to the very simple idea of "basically just an oven in the floor." Could give you some ideas of your own if you were ever to make one in a similar scenario.

    • Netron24
      Netron24 Hace 6 meses

      where's the fun in the fact?

    • Danitron
      Danitron Hace 6 meses +1

      That’s actually really cool

  • 미미
    미미 Hace un año +1

    우와!!!
    온돌을 만들다니!
    대단해요!

  • Moises lacerda da silva Silva

    Sem nenhuma ferramenta só as mãos maravilha👍

  • John Breslin
    John Breslin Hace 6 meses

    A mud hut with underfloor hearing.
    Amazing 👏👏👏👏

  • Tumcho Bemo
    Tumcho Bemo Hace 4 meses +2

    I really wish I could like this video 1,000 times, What an effort and Dedication 🙌, RESPECT.

  • de tudo um pouco 🤣🤣
    de tudo um pouco 🤣🤣 Hace un año +1

    Muito bom,mais que sabedoria parabéns.

  • mnossy11
    mnossy11 Hace 7 meses

    Amazing!! It looks like you thought out the design carefully. How did you know the weight of the roof tiles wasn’t going to collapse the wooden frame? And why no windows? Could be covered by wattle that lets in light.

  • Kanav Dhawan
    Kanav Dhawan Hace 6 meses +10

    The only authentic Primitive Technology Channel

  • Boris
    Boris Hace 7 años +3300

    this is extremely satisfying to watch for some reason.

    • Todd Deleon
      Todd Deleon Hace un año

      Because to see how is the final result of the house

    • luciano casanova
      luciano casanova Hace un año

      Kid me would have legit found this boring as hell
      Adult me is finding this satisfying and interesting as hell to watch. I think it speaks volume about how much we don't appreciate how much it took to evolutionize the state of living for us and the fact self sufficiency is almost inevitably a thing of the past. Which is why the government has gotten as much as power as it has today.

    • Squag
      Squag Hace 2 años

      Probably because we all would love to do this someday but most of us dont have acres of land we can build huts in

    • Vinny Gregory
      Vinny Gregory Hace 2 años

      ikr

    • Shemin Jose
      Shemin Jose Hace 2 años

      Nazi pussy cat esclips.com/video/u2w3jLU5Q8Y/vídeo.html
      Thank me later

  • Napertandy .
    Napertandy . Hace 4 meses +3

    Underfloor heating too! All the mod cons a jungle batcholar needs. It's so easy for people to miss or not realize the amount of effort and hard work that 14 minute took to make. Astounding. Edit;86 million views - so worth every second.

  • Sabrina Babar
    Sabrina Babar Hace 2 meses +1

    He is the first youtube channel for these videos others started copying him and others fake their videos they use modern technology this guy is legit! Hats off! 👏🏻

  • Info Publik Riau
    Info Publik Riau Hace 10 meses

    Absolutely incredible

  • Katherine Smith
    Katherine Smith Hace 8 meses

    I swear, every time I go to this channel I begin watching the video thinking: "This will probably be stupid but also cool". But by the end of the video I'm thinking: "That's one of the coolest things I've ever seen". Keep it up, man.

  • Theduckenthusiast
    Theduckenthusiast Hace 5 años +531

    Could you imagine someone finding this and think it's a Stone Age artifact

  • dev07
    dev07 Hace 6 meses

    i really respect this youtuber because he is one of the only legitimate primitive survivors

  • Kai Writes
    Kai Writes Hace 11 meses

    영상 재미있게 잘 봤습니다 :)
    너무 잘 만드시네요.

  • F. Telles
    F. Telles Hace un año +1

    Muito bom este conteúdo. Pena que tenha pessoas que pegue o trabalho dele e subtraia sem a permissão, tirando parte do ganho dele sem ter feito nem um esforço e com isso tire o insentivo para ele fazer novos vídeos.

  • Richard Hutchinson
    Richard Hutchinson Hace 4 meses +1

    How long to build from start to finish?
    Absolutely amazing. I love your content.
    I'm curious how the tiles hold up to high winds?

    • xju
      xju Hace 4 meses

      more than 100 days

  • brudin
    brudin Hace 7 años +1851

    your camerawork is getting really good too, some really nice shots!

    • Aqeel Faisal
      Aqeel Faisal Hace 4 años

      +Brian Williams و الله ترانا بخير

    • Adriano Ximenez
      Adriano Ximenez Hace 5 años

      brudin ggvgnghoftcf ufbjrntjfn

    • Brian Williams
      Brian Williams Hace 5 años +14

      KoolAids his mud and sticks camera has better quality than my iPhones😑

    • KoolAids
      KoolAids Hace 5 años +25

      brudin I mean obviously he'd know how to use it... he built it from mud and sticks.

    • pooksley grim
      pooksley grim Hace 5 años +1

      MrMisterMan that comment was a year ago mate

  • Leonardo Ramos
    Leonardo Ramos Hace 6 meses +1

    Love your work mate! Greetings from Perth!

  • Rutaims
    Rutaims Hace un año

    Amazing, I salute your courage.

  • Bricks with the Fern
    Bricks with the Fern Hace 4 meses +1

    Props to this guy for ACTUALLY doing this stuff

  • Jaih69
    Jaih69 Hace 3 meses

    Love to see this again i use to watch his videos when i was younger

  • Lain
    Lain Hace 2 años +1417

    This guy has heated flooring and I don't. Now i feel like the primitive.

    • Geo Polo
      Geo Polo Hace un año

      @Attackers hypocaust refers to all underground heating systems.
      And there were heating systems with water way before 300 BC in southern Greece and the Aegean Islands.

    • Pluto
      Pluto Hace un año +1

      @Geo Polo i never said roman hypocaust was inspired by ondol. I think your confusing me with other guy my man. you really need to read things before @'ing at people. i dont remember starting this converstation, and you seem too oddly care about this A LOT lol.

    • Geo Polo
      Geo Polo Hace un año

      @Pluto I don't really care... You are confusing me with the other guy.
      My issue was with the "hypocaust is Roman and from 250 BC" and "Roman hypocaust proooooobably ondol inspired". Which is bogus.

    • Pluto
      Pluto Hace un año +1

      @Geo Polo yeah still doesnt change the fact that this guy used the ondol heating system, doesnt matter something similar was found in alaska lol. why are you jealous that this guy used the heating system from korea??? xDDD and you got so much things messed up i cant even being to start to fix whatever your claiming. its so funny

    • Geo Polo
      Geo Polo Hace un año

      @Pluto
      I will now spell it out for..."special IQ" because apparently you aren't getting it...:
      The oldest ondol system found is the neolithical system. Its the same that was found in Alaska.
      Maybe you should do research on your own claims first. ;-)
      The more advanced systems, which were used on a larger scale and were incorporated into the water management system were invented in the Aegean Island.
      These systems, first invented in these islands, are where the Roman version of hypocaust come from.
      Also those are not from 250 BC. As you claimed.
      The oldest findings of that type are in the Aegean. Not Korea.
      Hence why it makes 0 sense to insinuate that the Romans might have copied theirs from Korea.
      There have been version of these (water based!!!!!!) in Asia, but these were built long after the Minoans copied the water management system of the Aegean Island people. Such as Keros, or Naxos.
      Who had theirs around at least 3.300 BC.
      Again, because you forget, the large-scale watermanagement systems not the "sophisticated" holes in the ground of the Neolithic period. And 5000bc it's the neolithical period in Korea and Alaska, just as a reminder.
      There older ones from around 5000bc near Paros-antiparos, but those were used for cooling not heating.
      But feel free to pick an island and "research it yourself".;).
      Have a nice day.

  • Горацио Втрубудуев

    This was a pretty solid build. I wonder if this hut still stands. As for the mud walls he probably should have added some plant fiber to make it stronger. Folks in middle Asia add horse shit to the clay when they build saman houses of unburned bricks. And with time saman houses only become stronger and stronger because of it. After a few decades walls become so firm that you can not put a nail in them with the hammer.

  • Bat Guano
    Bat Guano Hace 5 meses

    Nearly a million likes on this video. Good job!

  • Bonitucha
    Bonitucha Hace un año +1

    Que demais!! Parabéns!!! Vc é excelente.

  • Whitey592
    Whitey592 Hace 4 meses +2

    This man seriously deserves more recognition, as he is one of the last legit primitive tech channels. Bless this man.

    • Whitey592
      Whitey592 Hace 2 meses

      @Super Grafx Engine i actually didint see that number lol but from searching primitive tech videos, i havent seen him pop up often

  • Aaron Spendiff
    Aaron Spendiff Hace 5 años +426

    I have some mad respect for this guy

    • Noms
      Noms Hace 5 años +1

      Aaron Spendiff do u mean MUD respect

    • Aurum
      Aurum Hace 5 años +1

      SAME

    • Achilleas Sym
      Achilleas Sym Hace 5 años +4

      Aaron Spendiff everybody should

  • GLITTER & GUTS
    GLITTER & GUTS Hace 6 meses +1

    Does ANYONE know if you can visit this house? I’m Australian, and I go caravanning around Australian every few years for a couple of months. I would LOVE to see anything built by primitive technology on my travels! Especially this house..
    We have a 4 wheel drive & lobe hiking so it doesn’t matter if it’s in the middle of no where! Me and my husband would happily hike and camp to visit one of these!
    Would love to see the quality of the work & get lots of photos. We would respect the cabin and it’s builder by not staying in the cabin, leaving nothing behind and causing no damage in any way. I just really really want to visit one of these bad boys
    I’m amazed by this man’s level of still, patience & knowledge as well as his ideas 💡 & so is my husband!
    I seen this on SunnyV2 only 6 hours ago with my husband and we’ve watched about 6 hours of primitive technology since than lol
    My husband is an artist/house painter, and I’m an artist/tiler and When we have holidays we LIVE in the outdoors, so this is right up our ally!! Seriously never found a better channel. Thanks sunny v2!!
    My husband wants to build his own axe & dog kennel now lol I don’t think he will be able to do it, he doesn’t have any patience but it’s really cool how much this channel has inspired us.
    We both work in construction and live on a property with lots of land so we are very tempted to build something.
    Anyway, if anyone knows how I can visit one of these houses, please let me know! Or if you know anyone else doing something similar on ESclips that isn’t fake, let me know their channel

  • Eledon Benevides
    Eledon Benevides Hace un año +1

    nice craftsmanship!
    here in brazil our ancestors developed a maiden thigh tile. it uses the natural contours of the thigh and create a roof pattern of cover and spout. it works great and there are plenty of a century lasting roofs this way.

  • random youtuber that doesnt exist.

    what's sad is that this guy is actually a good and wholesome straight-to-the-point youtuber, so many other scummy fetuses are attempting to milk views from him.

  • J
    J Hace 10 meses

    Awesome! Is this structure still standing today? If not how long did it last?

  • Matti Helminen
    Matti Helminen Hace 7 años +217

    I WANT MORE THESE!! Im so inerested and excited about this

    • Epitoma-rei-militaris
      Epitoma-rei-militaris Hace 7 años

      +AMERICA IS WHIIITE ehhhh it's about the same except for the tiles and the heater.

    • Mark Stephenson
      Mark Stephenson Hace 7 años +1

      +AMERICA IS WHIIITE . Why tarnish this beautiful effort by making pointless and ignorant comments?

    • Matti Helminen
      Matti Helminen Hace 7 años

      +AMERICA IS WHIIITE ikr

    • If you ain't a ho, get up out my trap house
      If you ain't a ho, get up out my trap house Hace 7 años +1

      Its interesting how you can learn more tricks from a 14 minute video than black people have developed in 200,000 years

    • Matt Rohan
      Matt Rohan Hace 7 años

      +Jack Shields
      make sure you get a copy with subtitles
      itsreally confusing if you dont

  • Irena Oreskovic
    Irena Oreskovic Hace 2 meses

    This is really different from most of the cabins people build ,,it is beautiful lots of hard work 👍👍👍😺

  • Mullajonova Masturaxon
    Mullajonova Masturaxon Hace 2 meses +5

    Большое спасибо за русские субтитры. Долго искала этот вариант.🤲🇺🇿🧕🏼👍❤️🤩🤲🤲🤲🤲

  • Boi
    Boi Hace 3 meses +2

    If the world reverts back to the stone ages, he's the teacher we'll all need

  • Kreb
    Kreb Hace 20 días +1

    Would love to see a resin “candle” video for this hut

  • b e n j a m i n
    b e n j a m i n Hace 7 años +329

    This was amazing to watch. I would love to take time and do stuff like this someday.

    • Derivative MVs
      Derivative MVs Hace 7 años

      +Benjamin Spence
      I think husbands everywhere said that and made a backyard hut they can retreat to whenever the wife makes them sleep outside

    • Riccardo1982
      Riccardo1982 Hace 7 años

      +Benjamin Spence I have been thinking the very same for years, and only recently I realised that is in my own, and my family interest, that I make that time and learn to rely less on the current electricity based western society.

    • Jonny X
      Jonny X Hace 7 años +1

      yeah me too

    • CptHippieh (old account)
      CptHippieh (old account) Hace 7 años

      me too

    • Jared Brooks
      Jared Brooks Hace 7 años +2

      I am going to make a structure like this with my brother.

  • 김상도
    김상도 Hace 6 meses +1

    Wow... It looks real nice!

  • Luke Pippin
    Luke Pippin Hace 3 meses

    I feel like the heating tunnel would be a great way to gently accelerate the drying of bricks.

  • ht hth
    ht hth Hace 4 meses

    Such beautiful work.