Eric made this crossbow with about two pounds of InstaMorph.  It fires a wood dowel and duck tape (for the feather part) eraser-tipped arrow up to 200 feet.

“I really like working with the product–very meditative.”

As you can see from the pictures, he re-used a lot of colored InstaMorph to make this final creation. It was then painted gold, cause, why not!? He also shared a video of it being test fired in his backyard. As you can see from that, it works pretty well!




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