Futurama Pumpkin Carving

It’s that time of year and I haven’t carved a pumpkin for quite some time. Paula organized it (however I was the only one to show up), but we still had fun. After searching for a good pumpkin carving pattern, we finally found a good picture of Bender from Futurama. A little editing, a sharpie, and an hour of carving and here’s the result!

Bender Pumpkin (light) Bender Pumpkin (dark) Bender Pumpkin (dark 2)


  1. Roast Beef Said,

    October 14, 2008 @ 12:28 pm

    That is freakin sweet man. how did you do the teeth so good? did you hold the pieces together with tootpicks or something? i’m gonna do a Fry sillouette pumpkin this year. cheers

  2. Matt Said,

    October 14, 2008 @ 4:25 pm

    Actually I only used two toothpicks – one for the antenna and one at the far right of the teeth. (Doing it again I would have let the antenna meet the top so it was supported better). To make the teeth I cut away about half of the thickness of the pumpkin from the back, and then I carefully cut each square out. The teeth are 100% pure pumpkin :)

  3. 20 Incredible Pumpkin Carvings | Rounds.com Blog Said,

    October 27, 2011 @ 3:51 am

    […] Source This pumpkin can kiss Bender’s shiny ass! […]

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    […] 3. Futurama: This Bender pumpkin from Futurama is so intense, it's scary! (Via Matthew Kocsis) […]

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