A Korean guy, judging from the circles-containing glyphs in the background.
Admirable skills. If I tried to make a sphere this way, I’d work on a shrinking potatoid until I’d end up with nothing.
…random thought. Could ice be machined on a lathe?
What a cheat!
Every block of ice has a wonderful ice sphere inside it, just waiting to be carved out!
Nice, but too bad he ruined the work of the person who carved that cube in less than three minutes.
If I tried to make a sphere this way, I wouldn’t have any fingers left to get frostbitten.
You can get an aluminum ice press that will do this about this fast for around $300 USD. I don’t know how much the carver makes, but I would imagine you would recoup your $300 pretty quickly.
Where I see this making the most sense as a craft is where you’re bartending in a more upscale place. Something like extravagant flaming pours (we have a place in Portland called Huber’s that is kind of known for Irish coffee flame-arcs of around five feet).
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