Mr. Square Root

Introduction: Mr. Square Root

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Mr. Square Root is a simple cube with even sides, long arms and short legs. Enjoy!

Step 1: The Body

Cut along the dotted lines and stop at the red stop sign.

Step 2: Fold

Fold along the solid lines using the arrows as guides.

Then fold up the green squares.

Step 3: Tape

Put tape on the grey circles in the blue squares

Step 4: Fold

Fold the red rectangle in half, so that the green squares are on the inside of the blue squares. Apply pressure so the tape on the blue squares stick to the back of the green squares.

Step 5: Pressure

Apply a piece of tape to the grey rectangles on the yellow squares.

Step 6: Finishing the Cube...

With the pieces of tape going in first fold the yellow squares up. Then apply pressure and / or more tape as need to secure all parts of the cube.

Step 7: ​ Section 2: Putting on the Arms and Legs

1. Cut out the arms and legs along the dotted lines.

2. Fold along the solid lines.

3. Apply tape to the grey rectangles.

4. On the opposite side of the blue squares add the arms.

5. And on the bottom tape the legs.

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