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PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 12:27 pm 
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Just a 6-tile magic made with glittery paper that looks goooooooood! ;)
The goal is to make the cube have an old school color configuration. It is a little bit simpler variation of the magic dino cube!


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Sadly, the photos don't do much justice to this cute magic puzzle. It was a special order which was made eight(!) months ago, and it will be shipped early tomorrow morning! :P



I am glad all my promises are being fulfilled one by one in this extremely efficient month of July!

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that looks amazing!!!

do you know a good place where i can order strings from?
i know i can get it from cube4you (or Rubik) and im going to but i want to wait until i have a big enough order compiled because of the shipping to the US.
ive heard fishing line works, what do you use/recommend?


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Well, the strings I use for square magics are made in china (rubik), and I could make my own too, but I have trouble finding capillary of the appropriate size.

Regarding the fishing line, 0.45mm seems fine. I am currently using it for some other... non-square folding puzzles! ;)




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Another cool build, I like how you decided to use the old color scheme.

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Cool you get a smile and a smile with sunglasses. :) 8-)

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Scott Bedard wrote:
Another cool build, I like how you decided to use the old color scheme.


Oh yes, I totally agree! :)

My trade partner suggested and strongly insisted on doing it the old school way, and it just looks fantastic!





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