HOWTO make a molded portrait-gourd


18 Responses to “HOWTO make a molded portrait-gourd”

  1. show me says:

    This is very cool, and would be really interesting to try, but I’m sorry, that thing looks like a turd.

  2. glatt1 says:

    Tim Anderson is always doing the coolest stuff.

  3. BrotherPower says:

    Dibs on Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Y’all can have Elvis.

    • knijon says:

      A commenter at Instructables intimated that you could do other veggies with a Jesus mold, slip them into your local grocery store, and wait for the “miracle” to show up on the local news.

  4. dustindriver says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I want a model of my own skull. Alls it’ll take is a 3D MRI and a 3D printer…

    Is that too macabre? 

  5. IamInnocent says:

    Fertilize with Voodoo juice.

  6. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Honestly, if you want a homunculus that much, it’s easier to just summon a demon and ask for one.

  7. kmoser says:

    Two words: bonsai kitten.

  8. anansi133 says:

    It’s like a really slow 3D printer

  9. Tim H says:

    Fred Saberhagen taught me that the pressure exerted by a growing gourd can crack open a spaceship bulkhead, therefore I choose to not believe that this molding process works.

  10. CLamb says:

    Interesting.  I wonder if this would work with cows?

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