How To Make A Duckball - Part 6 of 6

Tom Baker

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How To Make A Duckball – Part 6 of 6

The last step goes fairly quickly. With swooping motions using both hands, one from the front and the other from the back, compress your duck. Congratulations! You now have a duckball.

Although some people like to maintain the shape of their duckball with bits of string and transparent tape, I do not condone this practice. Instead I recommend that you just enjoy the moment, shoot a couple of photos, and let your duck resume his natural shape. Your duck may be a tad irritable, but later when you show him the finished photos, you’ll both have a good laugh together.

Disclaimer: no duck, or photographer, was injured during the creation of the “How To Make A Duckball” series. Also, the “How To Make A Duckball” series was created just for fun. Please do not harass or manipulate ducks!

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