Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Tuesdays With Tatman #18

Although most people in North America refer to it as corn, technically this is a maize skull. Produced in mass quantities, this grain has a multitude of uses and now you can add one more to the list- skull making.

This ear of maize skull is a bit of an oxymoron since it has no real ears. Neither does your skull, but I'll pretend that I didn't hear that.

Each Tuesday in the 3.0 year will bring a new Tuesday With Tatman. As a tribute to the Skull Master's astounding feat let's all get creative and try something new(and hopefully skull related).

The "Countdown To Halloween" rolls on. Only 25 more days to go....


Noah said...

Awesome! I hope people decide to make these part of their Halloween decorations this year!

Tatman said...

That would be neat. This was pretty easy to do once I figured out the spacing.

Citizen Agent said...

Behind the Rows C said:

This is a wonderful. It makes me think of the aftermath of an ear of corn after all the kernels are taken off and what you have left is truly the bone of the cob.