How to make this giant Rubiks Cube. From about 10 feet away this thing looks real!!!

Step 1: Materials

From local Michaels:

- 1 pack of vinyl cling sheets (see pic)
- 1 Elmers 20"x30" foam board (about 1/8" thick)

From local hardware:

- 2+ rolls of 1" wide black vinyl tape
- ordinary electrical tape to fill out as needed
- double sided Scotch tape


box cutter/Exacto, large straight cutting edge, small ruler
<p>This is my finish head. It is modeled after my regular cube. </p>
<p>Thanks man!</p>
<p>I am making one of these atm. I will post pictures of the process soon. I ma modeling it after my incomplete, smaller rubiks cube.</p>
<p>i have a 1 minute pb on a rubiks cube .thanks for this. now i can be my favorite thing </p>
the 10&quot; is the specs. for each individual cube or for a whole face of a cube
figured it out and almost done with mine all i have to do is the white side
This could be useful as a blindfold for BLD cubing.
Well, the most frequent question is, &quot;how do you see?&quot;<br /> <br /> Answer: I wasn't able to see out of it at all. I was in a hurry making it and I could not figure out a way without ruining the realism, although perhaps I could have put openings in the gaps somewhere.<br /> <br /> And why thanks for asking, the t-shirt was a thrift store find. I forget the shirt's brand, but it was unusual.<br />
Maybe you could put a screen of some sort into it, and have a small camera somewhere. Or (worst-case scenario) don't wear it.
My question is, where did you get a shirt so perfect, so 80's, for this costume?<br />
&nbsp;How can you see where you go whithe the rubik's head?
You don't! You use your Jedi mind powers...may the force be with you. :D<br />
How do you see like this? Could you make one tile on the white side clear?
lol I made this for halloween and it was a HIT. everyone liked that i made it myself, and i used foam instead of cling sheets. foam glue worked miracles with this. and yes you dont have eyeholes, so i will be working on an improved version =D and I'm putting a hat in it so i can see probably. use a hard hat insert or something.<br/><br/>good job with the instructable<br/>
pictures PLZ!! also, GREAT instructable!! :)
I would love to see photos of other people's rubiks heads!
good idea. I think i might post my own instructable showing the glue i used and the finished product.
You mention that you "tried to make mine the same as the color layout of the original version," but you got the order wrong. You have green and blue on adjacent sides but they should be on opposite sides. White should be opposite yellow, and orange should be opposite red. Since you have red on the top, the orange side would be missing (the side you insert your head).
Just cut a couple eye holes in the black lines
just wondering, are you cubemaster general at the speedsolving forums?
Nope.. thanks for asking.
yeah cause someone is using this photo for their avatar
wow, thanks for pointing that out to me. i would appreciate if you let me know who by private message so I could contact them. thanks:
... thats..cool.
Hmm... do you think there is any way to modify this so you could wear it around your waist, almost like a skirt?<br/>Same function, hopefully more comfortable. =)<br/>
how do you see?
you don's =D<br/>I stole my friends plastic hat and wore the cube on top of it<br/>
Ha. For some reason, I keep thinking of pyramid head.
nice but those cubes make me smash things
SO, How do you see? I think my sister would love this!
where did you get that shirt? it works so perfectly for the costume.
thanks, I bought it in a thrift store : )
i was looking for a shirt online and came across this video on this website and there is someone with a rubiks cube costume like the one you made<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2008/sep/17/pickard.of.the.pops.ladyhawke.dusk.til.dawn">http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2008/sep/17/pickard.of.the.pops.ladyhawke.dusk.til.dawn</a><br/>
Very Cool! Great Instructable!
This is the coolest! My husband is a rubiks cube nut. I sent this to his email. How cool! :-) Shyrell
Haha, very nice.
Lol, this is one of the best costumes for da nerds
im going to try this but im going to add a special sheet of black paper wich u can see out but not in and im going to make the box around a moterbike helmet so will stay secure im pretty sure it won't be so hard
hahaha!!!! nice one dude!
haha, thats good stuff
how do you see? and how doesnt it move around that much?
Wher did u get the stickers from?
from Michaels but they are vinyl not stickers. you need to make them into stickers using 2-sided sticky sheets.
they arent stickers...they are taped...with the paper he listed in the begining...
do you think i could get that from hobby lobby?
or you could just put some black mesh wher the eyes would be about on the darker lines... io used to haev an alien constume that just had dark mesh for the eyes, you couldnt see through them from a distance at all, prtty cool
i have been asked a few times now... i can't see out of it. I suppose you would have to cut a peephole somewhere or just look downwards out of the bottom. There's no good answer because rubiks cubes just don't have a spot for eye holes.
!!!....!!BUT DOES IT TURN UP-DOWN, OR SIDEWAYS!?!!!!!!?!??!??????!?!?

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