Glados Ring




Intro: Glados Ring

. This is my first instructable so sorry if i not include anything.

this ring is the evil robot in portal,

what you will need is

-PVC cutter ( or some other way of cutting it)
-Yellow sharpie 
-ultra fine point black sharpie
-sand paper if needed

Step 1:

find the right size PVC tube that fits your finger and mark how wide you want your ring, i like my ring width at 3/4 inch

Step 2:

cut ware you marked it (WARNING PVC cutters don't cut straight) 

Step 3:

make the yellow dot first, then make a black ring with the black sharpie around that dot, then make a oval, than fill in the rest

Step 4:

there you are, the Glados ring!



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    7 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Ok, so I know about the whole be nice policy, but this is less than not-so-great (no offense). Amazing idea, but no execution. Maybe try to make it light up, or just use some clay to make it 3D. sorry for some harsh words, Slay

    (P.S. I have a pet-peeve for grammar mistakes, and this is packed with errors)

    2 replies

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    As for the spelling and grammar, perhaps English is not his first language. There's always spell-check :)


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Slay: I wouldn't say that it's less than not-so-great, I mean for the first comment on their very first Instructable, you could have been less harsh and given just constructive criticism. I see you know how it feels to publish your first Instructable, but how would you feel if someone came along and told you that it was "less than not-so-great". Besides, this Instructable is much better than some of the lesser Instructables on this site where you can see the user put little to no thought or work into their Instructable. Your suggestions for him to make it light up or make it 3-D are obviously plausible, but maybe not within his range of ability. Perhaps he just wanted it to be like this, simple, and easy.

    Ian: As constructive criticism, I say keep up the good work, but perhaps work on a more permanent solution as opposed to permanent marker.
    For a first Instructable, my opinion is that this is actually quite good. It's definitely better than my first Instructable...

    Thanks :)


    5 years ago

    I agree, this needs some extravagance. Add a yellow LED for the eye or something to that matter.