Watching a magnified view of plastic toys melting shows that even disintegration can be beautiful.
The macro lens captures every moment as the toys bubble up, catch fire and melt down to a blackened mess of plastic.
YouTube channel What Will Happen If also got in on the Lego-melting action. In this video, the channel takes a handheld blowtorch to a statue made from Lego bricks. The Lego bricks go up in flames a lot faster than the Lego vehicles.
While it's fun to watch Lego pieces melt in videos, don't try this at home. Melting plastic smells awful and the fumes can be toxic. Best to leave it up to the professionals.