It's that time of year again: Halloween! So to get into the festivities of Halloween, I have created a very simplistic and basic design for a Jack-O'-Lantern. Just a little something for the Halloween season and to use as a decoration. I went into Tinkercad and made this design and it is ready to be complete.
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Step 1: The Start
So to start off this design, I took a orange sphere and stretch it out just enough to make it look like an actual pumpkin, as shown above
Step 2: The Eyes
The eyes for the pumpkin are 2 basic black triangles evenly space on the front.
Step 3: The Stem
This was supposed to be the second step, but it's okay if it's the third one. For this, the stem is a thin, green, centered cylinder placed at the top of the pumpkin.
Step 4: The Nose
Hey hey hey, it's me again and I have a new step for this project. Usually when you see a pumpkin, it has a triangle nose. Well this one is just that to make it look like a pretty cool pumpkin. So this nose is the same as the eyes, just smaller and below the eyes.
Step 5: The Mouth
For the mouth, I used a black, stretched Icosahedron which I put right underneath the nose.
Step 6: The Eyebrows
So we have a angry pumpkin here. So the way the eyebrows work is very simplistic and basic. They are 2 small, black, thin, rectangles that place directly above the eyes and tilted at an angle down to make him look angry.