Introduction: Silly Glasses With Zotebook

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Use the Zotebook app to design your own custom silly glasses, then cut them out on a laser or craft cutter.

Step 1: What You Need:

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  • iPad with the Zotebook app (get the free Zotebook app from the iTunes store, upgrade to print at https://zotebook.io)
  • Cardboard or construction paper
  • A laser cutter or craft cutter (I am using a Silhouette Cameo)

Step 2: Open Up Zotebook and Start Drawing

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The Zotebook app is designed for you to dive right in.

The help button at the bottom has lots of short videos to help you along.

Or for a quick tutorial check out:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Learn-Zotebook-Wit...

https://www.instructables.com/id/Designosaurus-Lase..

The first step for the glasses is to make a box. Use the right angle gesture to straighten it up!

Step 3: Now Add Eyes

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Make circles for the eyes, and just drag into the box to cut out, or draw the circle in the box.

Step 4: Add the Arms of the Glasses

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The arms don't have to be perfect.

Step 5: Use Recurve for a Nose Bump

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Recurve is a fun gestures in Zotebook, use it to make a space for your nose.

Step 6: Add Other Fun Shapes

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Silly glasses are a great way to try out the different gestures in Zotebook.

See what you can come up with.

Step 7: Antlers Are Especially Fun

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Step 8: Ready to Cut?

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Go to Zotebook.io to cut out your glasses (check you are ready to print by scaling and naming your design).

Go to "Fabricate" to get a pdf file for a laser cutter or,

Choose SVG from the "Sketches" Menu to use the craft cutter.

It's easy to drag the SVG file directly from Zotebook.io to the Silhouette interface.

Step 9: Enjoy Your Silly Glasses

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Step 10: Thanks Mike

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This project was an idea from Mike, a terrific (and mysterious) engineering student in Colorado.

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