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How to fold a cube V.2

How to fold a cube V.2
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walmazan


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Thanks for all your suggestions, here is the new version, this time I used a real Cube to make the pattern. I hope you can support it again.

typative


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how/where exactly would I buy this at??

knitkimberknit


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Another great design!! I love it

computermd82


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I too am one of the sticklers that thought the depiction should at least be a possible combination.

Therefore... I now love it! Print! Print! Print!

Thanks Walmazan!

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dntpnc


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I really hate being so critical about a stunning design. I am really just trying to explain why I couldn't buy it.

The colors must be right now, as he used an actual cube, but the arrows are wrong. I tried cutting the design out on paper, and the spots where the diagram says should meet, don't.

As I said before, I love the idea and so much more of his work.

j5


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dntpnc wrote:The colors must be right now, as he used an actual cube, but the arrows are wrong. I tried cutting the design out on paper, and the spots where the diagram says should meet, don't.

They aren't supposed to. It's part of the argyle pattern. If he drew an arrow from the left side all the way to the right side, it would look rather silly.

Deep breath.
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Now let it out.

I have a shirt catalog, y'all!

dntpnc


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j5 wrote:They aren't supposed to. It's part of the argyle pattern. If he drew an arrow from the left side all the way to the right side, it would look rather silly.

Deep breath.
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Now let it out.


I get that the arrow breaks from one side to the other. I don't have a problem with that. The arrows, in my understanding, are supposed to show how it would fold up. The problem is that the orange in the top left and the red at the bottom right don't meet up.

Artistically, it's a cool shirt. Practically, it wouldn't work.

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walmazan


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j5 wrote:They aren't supposed to. It's part of the argyle pattern. If he drew an arrow from the left side all the way to the right side, it would look rather silly.

Deep breath.
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Now let it out.


You read my mind thank you J5!

cubeking


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As a speed cuber, I have waited for an accurate Rubik's shirt and now we have one in the derby. Hope it gets printed; many members of my family would be getting this for Christmas.

expo01


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blazer10777


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Love, Love, LOVE this design. #argyle4nerds

Melikins


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I don't mean to be picky, I love the design, but, unless I'm putting the cube together wrong, I think you have yellow/white and orange/red edge pieces when those are opposite centers that can't share edges. I hope I'm wrong, I'd buy this too.

baybei


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Great design! Love the argyle/rubiks mix! Will buy this if it prints for sure!

walmazan


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Melikins wrote:I don't mean to be picky, I love the design, but, unless I'm putting the cube together wrong, I think you have yellow/white and orange/red edge pieces when those are opposite centers that can't share edges. I hope I'm wrong, I'd buy this too.


Melikins, You're right, I cut it, assemble it and and I noticed the last cube face was turned wrong when I placed, But don't worries, in case they print it, I send the correct files and thanks to you and everyone who help me to make it more accurate.

gwendyw


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As a kid, I never could get the cube back to rights without a little "help". I'm sure my real-life cube had more than a few squares that weren't really supposed to touch!

emeraldchickpea


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walmazan wrote:Thanks for all your suggestions, here is the new version, this time I used a real Cube to make the pattern. I hope you can support it again.


Where's the taco?

walmazan


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Looks nice on a Pullover Hoodie too

ridicumeticulous


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No, it looks AMAZING on a pullover hoodie!


walmazan wrote:Looks nice on a Pullover Hoodie too

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