Glass Blowing

Input text: a boy leans 78 degrees to the left. the shirt of the boy is texture. a 6 feet tall and .15 feet wide [metal] tube is -3.2 feet above and -2.38 feet left of and -.4 feet in front of the boy. it leans 77 degrees to the left. a 1.5 feet tall clear sky blue lightbulb is -.2 feet left of and -2.23 feet above the tube. it leans 106 degrees to the right. the thread of the lightbulb is pond blue. 1st [brick] wall is 1 feet left of and 2 feet in front of the tube. it is on the ground.it faces right. 2nd 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide [brick] wall is behind the 1st wall. it faces right. 3rd 3 feet wide [brick] wall is 4 feet above the 2nd wall. it faces right. 4th 20 feet tall and 40 feet long [brick] wall is behind the 2nd wall. it faces right. 5th [fire] wall is 1 feet left of the 2nd wall. it faces right. a orange light is in front of and -2 feet above the 5th wall. 1st [metal] rack is 2 feet behind and -1 feet left of the boy. 2nd [metal] rack is -.1 feet above the 1st rack. 1st clear red vase is -2 feet left of and -2.2 feet above and -1.4 feet in front of the 2nd rack. 2nd clear lime vase is 2 inch right of the 1st vase.a very large texture doorknob is -4.6 feet above the 1st vase.it leans 90 degrees to the front. a old gold light is 4 feet above and 5 feet behind the 2nd rack. 1.7 feet tall cocoa head of hair is -2.15 feet above the boy. it leans 15 degrees to the left..a large clear gentle blue bowl is 4 inch right of the doorknob. a very large silver ring is -1.99 feet right of and -2.26 feet above and -.55 feet in front of the boy. it faces southeast.
Tags:  ##HD  #totwBucketList 
Views: 116
Effects: Cracked paint, Brightness, Contrast, Sharpen
hedgehog1965  (9/18/2018) 
Looks more dangerous than I imagined :-)
Nanook  (9/19/2018) 
Guess it depends on how hard you blow.
:-DDD

watcher570  (9/19/2018) 
great scene and reply! :-)
nheiges  (9/19/2018) 
That's on my bucket list too - always wished I could learn how to do that. Hilarious reply!
KAWE  (9/19/2018) 
great idea
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