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Animated John Lennon in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed!!).
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PDO of Pieces (PePaKuRa File)


If you can't figure out how to download this file, refer to this One-Step How-To Guide




Have you built this or one of my other models? Feel free to let me know how hard you thought they were!
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My Custom Cubeecraft Cutout template of a Classic TARDIS (1980's Version) from Doctor Who.


I Also have a Cubee version of The 11th Doctor TARDIS Template here [link]

And Also Have a "Bad Wolf" TARDIS Cubee Template [link]

And a Classic 1st Doctor's TARDIS (Black and White Version) Cubee Template [link]

And Also another Classic TARDIS Cubee Template [link]

Classic TARDIS 1980's (Pink) Version Cubee Template [link]


This Cubee is a modified version of the TARDIS (9th and 10th Doctors Version) Cubeecraft from [link]

And more of my custom Cubeecraft fan art Doctor Who Templates can be found here [link]

Doctor Who (c) BBC
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The tutorial to my jam jar plushie here: [link]

As I said in the tutorial, please credit me if you make this and send me a link so I can see what you've done! ^w^

It's sort of in time for Valentine's Day!
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Daffy Duck from Looney Tunes cartoons in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed!!).
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Bosko from Looney Tunes cartoons in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed!!).
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Here is the pattern for the bread. The instructions are on another page in my gallery!
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God I love that redundant and creative title... ;)

Anywho... this is the "Super Metroid" from, in my opinion, the best, and most nostalgic Metroid game of all time, Super Metroid. :P
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Colors Used - (In Descending Order of Amount):

Perler:
x661 - Black
x659 - Dark Green
x605 - Rust
x573 - Kiwi Lime
x491 - Cream
x484 - Brown
x468 - Hot Coral
x190 - Light Pink
x187 - Tan
x22 -- White
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Total Bead Count: 4340
Pegboard Count: 9
Time Taken: A single afternoon :P
Cost: Around $13
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For any of you non-bronies who don't know, this is Vinyl Scratch / DJ PON-3 from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic! :D

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Colors Used - (In Descending Order of Amount):

Perler:

x359 - White
x304 - Black
x223 - Light Blue
x200 - Blueberry Cream
x178 - Toothpaste
x145 - Neon Blue
x116 - Periwinkle Blue
x45 --- Dark Blue
x28 --- Turquoise
x10 --- Raspberry
x6 ---- Bubblegum
x6 ---- Light Pink

Hama:

x128 - Azure
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Total Bead Count: 1748
Pegboard Count: 6
Time Taken: 2-3 Hours
Cost: Around $4.50
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BritishStarr generously allowed me to use her CUSTOM Vinyl Scratch sprite for this! Check out the sprite here -> [link]
THANKS GURL! :D
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I feel this thing is in serious need of an overhaul. In the years since I first put this together, I have tweaked and streamlined and refined my approach entirely, and these steps no longer reflect how I personally make these. But as I already have enough things on the go, redoing this'll just get added to the 'shit I will get around to eventually' pile. So you folks get to deal with this ugly thing until Chimera stops being lazy.

2012-12-16: This has received a lot of attention over the past few days. Where are all you people coming from? :confused: Chim is curious. Apparently the recent waves of faves are the result of this Facebook post.

:bulletred::bulletred::bulletred:If the download doesn't work for you, NOTE ME with your e-mail address (unless you want your e-mail address to be visible to everybody) and I'll send you the file.:bulletred::bulletred::bulletred:

A Note on Selling These: Yes, you may, so long as you provide links to this tutorial for other people. Spread the dragony love, people. Spread the dragony love.

The tutorial says not to use wire for these, but it can be done. Sort of. You have to cut out a bunch of the steps to make it work though.

*Industrial-Pop has a simplified-for-wire-use wing diagram here.

~Line-of-Birds has a journal entry with some information the more inexperienced beadworker might find useful.

~Miryl has gone and knocked out a variant design over thisaway which is worth a look-see too for you wire-working folks.

And if, after all that, you decide you want a real challenge, take a gander at this incredible thing by *Rrkra

If you find anything screwy with it, or any parts which you don't understand or want clarified, let me know.

2011-03-14: :woohoo: My third DD! :la: I will read every comment and do my best to reply, even if it does take me a while to get around to them all, and I appreciate each and every fave. Much thanks to `FantasyStock for the feature.



Other people's dragons can be found here.

~Rydiathedragon432 has gone and actually taken up/completed the unofficial challenge to make one out of tennis balls, and I am indeed duly impressed.
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