Computer Assisted Hybridization (CAH) is a method of computer modeling I came up with that takes two entities or objects and blends them into one. Removal of myself in the hybridization process leaves the computer in control of determining the similarities and differences between the forms, textures, etc., and ultimately meshing them into the most logical model. These models helped me determine how many physical traits the computer thinks each of my family members share with myself. The most ambiguous face is a hybrid of my wife and myself. These models were first cut in wood and then cast in iron.