Jack Skellington Lego Mosaic

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Step 1:

You will need:
-a bunch of black Lego bricks
-a bunch of white Lego bricks
-a baseplate, 48x48 studs
-the pattern seen below*



*I can't find where I got this pattern from so if anyone has the source let me know and I'll give credit.

Step 2:

Fill in the corners with black.

Step 3:

Add the smile, eyes, and nose.

Step 4:

Fill in the white and you're done. Happy Halloween!

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    Jack A Lopez

    1 year ago on Step 1

    In step one you write,

    "*I can't find where I got this pattern from so if anyone has the source let me know and I'll give credit."

    Did you notice the picture has a signature, "WFTH", on it?

    Perhaps "WFTH" stands for "workfromtheheart". I found a user of hiveminer.com, with that name, here:

    https://hiveminer.com/User/workfromtheheart

    and several of his, or her, pictures seem to have the same, "WFTH", signature.

    It might be the same person.

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    bevarnow

    Question 1 year ago on Step 1

    Little late! *cough cough* 7 years. How many white/black pieces do we need?

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    Jack A Lopezbevarnow

    Answer 1 year ago

    You can discover this, by looking closely at the picture, specifically this one,

    https://cdn.instructables.com/FSZ/D5LH/GUEK9JQ7/FS...

    and counting the squares.

    The notes on this picture say: 877 black, 1391 white, 2268 total

    But that does not add up, because the total area of the 48x48 baseplate, is 2304 squares. That is to say, I am expecting the total number of black and white squares to be 2304.

    By the way, when I counted the squares in this picture, I found:

    861 black, 1443 white, 2304 total

    You should do a counting yourself, and then get back to us. I mean, share your result with the rest of the class.

    ;-P

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    haggis17

    6 years ago on Step 2

    I see what you were doing with this but it was hard doing the corners it would be great if you could do this again but with more description! thanks!

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    Dusk Shadows

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Jack...Skellington...is...my...GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    So bored

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Im so bored i dont even know why i maked this place since school stuff are blocked i can't do anything!!!!!!!!!! >.< By the way this is so frikin cute!!! :) <3 <3 <3

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