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This wasn't too difficult, and the more detail you put in, the better the result. Patient people will be good at this! Dont forget to vote for me ...
1. Duct tape (I used white, silver and black) 2. A piece of cardboard 3. A knife 4. Computer/printer
Find a picture that you like. Something with high contrast and big areas makes it easier. I found a cool picture of John Cleese that I liked. I ...
Use a program that you are familiar with to turn the image in to the right number of colours. There is normally a function called posterise. That is ...
Get your piece of card and stick down strips of white duct tape. Start in the middle and work out so that you have even strips on either ...
Stick your template to your cardboard. My cardboard was A4 and so was my picture, so I just lined it up and used some duct tape on either ...
This part can be tricky, just be patient! Start peeling off the layers you don't want. Use the spare print out as your reference so that you know ...
Now you have your finished picture you can put it in a frame, send it as a birthday card or if you thought about it before starting, you ...
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