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This costume aims to look more realistic by creating the illusion that it can twist. This illusion is achieved by the exaggerated clevis between the tiles. Although this ...
- Black Duct Tape (Masking tape is ok, but isn't as strong. I don't recommend it) - Utility Knife (Be Careful!) - Cardboard Box Approx. 3ft Square - More ...
1. Find a Box you can fit it 2. cut holes for your arms and head. Now it's a party!
I used a different box (about the same size as the first one) made of 3/4" thick cardboard to use for the tiles you'll need to calculate the ...
1. I recommend Taping two tiles together, then taping them to the box. that way they look like two faces on a sub-cube. 2. Same idea for the ...
1. cut out oversized squares of contact paper 2. attach them to the tiles if you can, model the pattern from a real cube, you'll impress the nerds ...
Have fun with your costume let your friends try it on use it as a coffee table until next Halloween!
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