More Disgusting or Less Disgusting?

Of course, as always happens in the theatre, when you make something inherently awesome, they decide that it needs to be awesome in a completely different way. I’m not saying this is a bad thing, but it does mean that I get to make everything at least twice.

Remember the Jaw in a Jar?

For those of you who are too lazy to click a link, or just scroll down here’s a picture.

Yeah, I got notes on that. Really, all that means is I got to play with clear gelatin instead of colored Jello brand, and come up with something new!

So. Different jar, clear gelatin instead of Jello (I did add a little bit of lemon Jello just to make it more…. fun.) On a side note, plain gelatin smells awful. Really horrible.

So what do you think? More disgusting or less disgusting than the last version?



3 responses to “More Disgusting or Less Disgusting?

  1. The second one is more “realistic”? I wouldn’t say disgusting. I think it is amazing!

  2. Hah! I like the second one better. It’s easier to see what it is, especially if you’re doing it for a production of any considerable size.

    It’s actually a hilarious idea for what I should do with a plaster mold I have of my teeth:

  3. hmmm the only reason I’d say the bottom one is a bit more disgusting is the fact that the jawbone is more visible and distinct from the gel. Now if it only had some flesh still attached you’d be all set

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