This is a miniature Death Star carved out of a ping pong ball and some card-stock. It's pretty impressive for being so teensy. Speaking of -- you ever played the game where you and a friend shoot ping pong balls out of your mouths trying to hit each other in the face? It's actually kinda fun. Well, at least until you swallow a few and have to pass them the next day. I felt like a f***ing sea turtle laying eggs.
Hit the jump for a couple more shots including a couple of the process and a size-comparison next to a pack of smokes in case you're not sure how big a ping pong ball is.
Thanks to Rev Dr Dom, who runs a church and clinic out of the same building and is my one stop shop for spirituality AND genital wart cream.
This is a Death Star made out of a cantaloupe. It's probably a lot healthier for you than the cake version. And less tasty. Far less tasty. But if you had two, well, then I'd have to stick my face in between them.
Fan Made: An Edible and Healthy Death Star [cinematical]
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This is the half-inch papercraft Millennium Falcon model made by working under a magnifying glass professional David Canavese. David says she ship is entirely paper (and glue) and took eight hours to complete. There's a bonus Star Wars Blockade Runner after the jump that's ev... / Continue →
This is a gallery of Star Wars themed origami. Each piece was folded from a single sheet of paper by Martin Hunt. Martin eventually wants to get the licensing rights from Disney to have his original designs published in book form so everyone can share the joy of folding paper ... / Continue →