Thus it has been decided, thus must it be!
And may God have mercy on your soul.
(Lacking context? Go here.)
So let it be written, so let it be done. Lmao
So say we all!
…where the value of all is 45.57%
What kind of God would allow that face (which heathen I voted for) to be immortalized in 3D printed sculpture?!
I hath gazed upon the face of the abyss, and abyss made a face back.
And seriously, who can cross only one eye?
Cory is never going to be able to do all that.
What @Gulliver said. I’m endlessly fascinated and impressed by people with independent eye control. Is that something you practiced, or a skill you’ve always had? Naturally, I’m assuming it’s not ‘shopped — I have too much respect for your many talents for that to be true.
[Athena is in school]
Classmate: “Athena! Is this YOUR dad? [Displaying copy of snide fish printout]
Athena: [Palm to face, makes note to self about how to apply to be an orphan.]
Reason is gone from the world. I don’t understand how the classic plucker could score so low…
I cannot even begin to imagine how he will make that face….. But it will be fun to see! Congrats to you on preforming a perfect “snide fish” and good luck to Cory!!
Outstanding! Good luck to Cory!
Now *that* is the kind of face-off you should challenge Jim Hines to!
123d catch http://www.123dapp.com/catch and a few photos should do it.
Now you’ve got me wondering what it might take to get both of your faces scanned.
Who’s a snide little fishie? You’re a snide little fishie!
And hundreds of years from now academics will fight over why this contorted face printed in ABS plastic can be found in landfills from the 21st century all over the world. Does it have religious significance ? Was it a toy ? A fertility symbol ?
You must use this as the author photo on your next book.
Sadly, the crossed-eye effect will be lost in the modeling. Have to draw in the pupils afterward, with a sharpie.
Nice kabuki-style mie, John.
I am in awe that you can cross one eye only. What’s the secret?
Can’t remember if I posted this or not, but here’s a suggestion for the next “face off”:
Taunting the tauntable since 1998
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