An expert pumpkin carver shares his tips for creating a work of art

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Expert pumpkin carver Adam Smith says he started carving pumpkins for fun a few years ago. He started with cartoon characters and eventually created the famous scene from The Last Supper on a large pumpkin. Since then, he has been getting requests for different things. He showed us how to carve a castle on a cliff in a 300 pound pumpkin. The pumpkin is going to be taken up to Primary Children's Medical Center for all of the patients to enjoy.

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