A man has constructed a fake Thomas island off the coast of Hawaii with help from local fishermen and an online crowdfunding campaign.
The man, who goes by the name alma, has built the island and will likely use it to film his next video.
He plans to use it as a backdrop for a documentary on the Hawaiian islands.
“The island is beautiful,” he said in a video posted on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo.
“The water is amazing.
I’ve seen it in my life.”
The video includes photos and videos of the island, which he has dubbed “The Thomas Island.”
It’s located just off the west coast of Hawai’i, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of the city of Hilo.
It’s not exactly a replica of the actual island, but alma said he designed the island so it would be able to withstand a hurricane.
“There are only a few islands that can withstand hurricanes, but the Thomas Island is one of them,” he told ABC News.
“It is built to withstand even a hurricane that hits it.
And it is not going to break.”
The island was built using recycled materials from a nearby boatyard.
He said he was able to build it without using much construction materials, but he did not want to use any of them.
“I just went to the local materials supplier and I just bought what I needed,” he added.
“I was going to be using scrap metal, I was going in there looking for a trailer, I just grabbed the parts I needed.”
Alma said the island will be a tourist attraction and that it’s the perfect place to film the film he has planned.
“You could have a couple of days in Hawaii and it’s going to look really beautiful,” alma told ABC.
“You could also film a day in Hawaii for about $100.
The cost of it is just right.”