Odds are you’re familiar with the Wicked Witch of the West’s death scene from
Steven Richter, a sculptor, prop builder, and “generally creative person” from Long Island, New York created the melting
Although it’s unclear how long it took Richter to sculpt this crayon version of the infamous gnarly, green character, we’ll guess not too long. Not because any details of the witch are sketchy—far from it—but because Richter probably has this all down to a science. Just check out the images on his Instagram. By the way, apparently this isn’t the first time he’s melted some of his expert-level work.
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Oh, and if watching this crayon Wicked Witch of the West melt puts you in the mood for watching the real (fictional) thing, here’s a clip of it from the original film:
What do you think of this melting crayon Wicked Witch of the West? Could you ever melt your own sculptures after putting in a bunch of time and effort into them? “Fly fly fly” into the comments section with your thoughts!