Luanga Lue Nuwame is a comic book publisher, Youtuber, and cardboard craft artist residing in Mississauga, Ontario. Nuwame is best known as the Homemade Game Guru on YouTube. His crafting channel specializes in showcasing handmade DIY projects, geek crafts, and oddities related to cardboard innovation. The channel has received over 7 million unique views from around the world! Since the channel’s creation in 2008, the Homemade Game Guru channel has been featured in The Mississauga News, Reader’s Digest, Global News, CTV News, The Toronto Star, Make Magazine, Inhabitat Magazine, The Toronto Sun, Global Innovation Magazine and numerous other media websites and publications. His 2015 DIY craft manual The Cardboard Bible was a former Amazon Canada top selling papercrafts entry.
In 2008, Nuwame won a Majorfun.com award for making innovative fun online craft tutorials for kids. In 2009, Nuwame obtained a World’s Record Academy world’s record for creating the largest handmade board game, which was based on the city of Mississauga. He offers an online course on Udemy.com to make a personal genealogy family tree board game. In 2020, Nuwame teamed up with various comic book artists in Canada and the United States to create a fundraising 3D ‘Superheroes VS COVID-19‘ cardboard poster to raise money for the Mississauga Food Bank.
Currently, Luanga is launching the world’s first line of cardboard articulated magnetic action figurines based on indie comic book heroes and he was recently nominated for The MARTYS Awards (the highest artistic award for artists in the city of Mississauga (Canada’s 6th largest city of 800,000+ people)).
Luanga is planning to launch bi-monthly tutorial videos to compliment his new content on YouTube.