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Make Your Own Dancing Baby Groot

by Conner Flynn

If you have read the comic books and seen the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, then you know all about the friendlier version of Groot, who reappeared in the Marvel Universe in 2006. Well, now you can make your own Baby Groot.

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After he saw the movie and was blown away, artist Patrick Delahanty wanted a dancing baby Groot for himself. How did he make it? Well, he picked up one of those stupid dancing flower toys and got to work ripping its head off. Turns out that was the perfect way to start. A bit of muslin, hot glue, twine and sculpted clay, and soon enough he had his own custom Groot creation.

If you want to make your own, Patrick included photos and instructions. Everyone has to stop what they are doing and go make one right now.

[via Neatorama]

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Comments (1):

  1. Geonn says:

    And that ringing sound is money that COULD be going to Marvel if they’d get off their butts and just make one of these already. C’mon, Marvel! License to print money, right here!

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