I’ve made some joke (funny) video about an aluminum mushroom which I found in my garden. I didn’t plan to do such a video but when I saw that it (in fact the scrap) looked like a mushroom I decided to make it. So, that's just my installation. The most important I wanted to show was that we can use even technological material after our casting. Even scrap and fails can become a part of decoration.
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Step 1: Once Upon a Time in a Shadow Garden...
Once walking through my garden I found amazing thing. It was a mushroom or... :) Something which definitely looked similar to a mushroom but what was really that?
Step 2: How It Was Really Made
And now I'll write how it was really made. I made this mushroom during clothes hook casting. That time I just didn’t have enough aluminum and poured additional aluminum into the mold. When I took clothes hook out of the flask I found that part of the object looked similar to a mushroom. :)
Step 3: Nice Thing for Decoration
It looks like a real mushroom, like the creation of Mother Nature.
In my opinion, such things can be used for decorating the backyard, your garden or anything you want inside or outside your house.
If you melt some metals from time to time don’t throw away or remelt such things. It looks enough beautiful.