The new pandemic pastime: Snow sculpting 101

Marta Czurylowicz
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The new pandemic pastime: Snow sculpting 101
The new pandemic pastime: Snow sculpting 101

Snow sculptures have been popping up across the country - from snow people and snow pets, to mythical characters and ice castles - it seems to be the new pandemic pastime.

We caught up with Matt Morris, a community snow sculptor from Waterloo, Ontario.

Baby Yoda ice sculpture. COURTESY: Matt Morris /Snowbank Productions. Submitted.
Baby Yoda ice sculpture. COURTESY: Matt Morris /Snowbank Productions. Submitted.

Baby Yoda ice sculpture. Courtesy: Matt Morris/Snowbank Productions. Submitted.

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Cold sculpture - Matt Morris/Snowbank Productions. Submitted.
Cold sculpture - Matt Morris/Snowbank Productions. Submitted.

Courtesy: Matt Morris/Snowbank Productions. Submitted.

He has been carving creations out of snow for almost a decade and recently started a snow sculpting club where he divulges crucial carving tips and tricks. Morris has a YouTube channel with video content breaking down the how-to’s of snow sculpting.

For a beginner's breakdown on snow sculpting, watch the video above.