What Are Your Dragon Balls Made Of?

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Why, we've closed the voting for out Snake Stache contest, but our Dragon Ball Z one is going strong! Reader Ian writes: "Here's my shot at Isshinchu [apparently each ball has a name?]. First attempt casting resin. Came out all crazy-cracked, but the flaws do beautiful things with the light. There is a red star embedded in there, though it doesn't come through very well in these shots." To bring everyone up to speed: Make a Dragon Ball. The best damn Dragon Ball you can! It cannot be drawn or virtual - it must be an actual three dimension Dragon Balls. Now! If you don't know what Dragon Balls look like, you can click here. While the Dragon Balls you make should look like actual Dragon Balls, feel free to get creative with what you use to make them. The contest wraps up later this month. The finalists will win either the PS3 version or Xbox 360 version of Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit. Be sure to send entries to kotakucontestATgmailDOTcom and include a Kotaku sign. Losers get INTERNET FAME.

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Reader Chris writes: "HERES MY DRAGONBALL. I MADE IT IN MY CERAMICS CLASS. IT TOOK A WHILE AND THATS WHY THERES ONLY ONE BUT HEY ITS MY GRANDPA GOHAN."

WE LOVE WRITING IN ALL CAPS, TOO.

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@Miakisses: Gah. Don't say such things, or we might see some fanboys dressed up all DOA Beach Volleyball'ed or something horrible like that. I don't think there's enough mindbleach on the market to handle the demand that would be created from such a contest.