Monday, November 22, 2010

Fun with Mushrooms

I was delighted to discover the king trumpet mushrooms my wife had bought for use on Thanksgiving, and immediately pulled them out of the fridge and went looking for miniatures to pose with them. I soaked some paper towels and put them around the bases of the mushrooms to get them to stand up straight so I could take a decent picture.One quick and dirty GIMP job later, I've a fairly decent image to complement a future game location's description. It could use some work here and there but it's a start. :P

12 comments:

Greg Christopher said...

This is not the kind of "fun with mushrooms" I was imagining in my head when I clicked the link in my blogroll.

What the hell do you even make with mushrooms that big? Do you stuff them?

The Happy Whisk said...

This is so funny. I love it. Thanks for sharing these photos.

Scott said...

We have wild morels here. Now I'm hungry. :(

Christian said...

You're not supposed to play with your food!!!
;)

Great pic.

LoneIslander said...

lulz, mushroom forest

Lord Gwydion said...

@Greg--those mushrooms are solid, so you slice them long-ways and grill them with 삼곂살 (samgyeopsal, Korean barbequed uncured bacon) for dinner. Or chop them and put them in a soup.

Awesome pic, by the way, Ze!

Risus Monkey said...

Fun with fungus. Keen!

Barad the Gnome said...

This is wrong in so many ways and yet.... you win the internet today. :-)

JJ said...

Hungry & I want to see what lurks beyond those gigantic fungous stalks!

Norman Harman said...

Don't want to encounter what took a bite out of the one on the right! Also, serendipity today's guest blog post is on Necromould

Loquacious said...

awesome!

ze bulette said...

You know, they weren't that tasty actually - I think they were much more enjoyable as part of a diorama here. :)

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