How to make a puzzle from cubes LEGO
The trademark "Lego" with its designer is probably well-known to everyone. What only people of different ages do not collect from these blocks. This is the machine, and airplanes, and castles, and even entire cities (though all in miniature). Today we want to offer you a project just connected with these cubes. But to make of them we will be a puzzle. Such a project in ready-made form is suitable for children as a game-development or for lovers who want to make an original recognition. In general, there are many uses - it is only a little to include imagination. So, let's get started.
You will need:
- the blocks themselves "Lego" (or their analogs);
- self-adhesive paper (you can use a simple one, but you will need an adhesive that can stick the paper to the plastic);
- stationery knife;
- carpenter's vice (you can do without them).
1. Take rectangular blocks from the designer "Lego" (or its analog) and make a small wall (as shown in the picture) for the size of your future picture.
2. Next you need to select an image for the puzzle.
3. Print the image in the correct size on self-adhesive paper. To enlarge the picture itself or crop its edges, use any graphics editor on your computer.
4. Once your picture is printed - take the scissors and trim the extra edges.
5. If you do not have a carpenter's clasp, then skip this step and move on to the next step. Proceeding from practice, the blocks from the Lego constructor are tightly fastened together and there is no need for such clutches. If you still found the necessary carpenter's clutches, then squeeze in them the resulting wall from the blocks (you will not be superfluous). From top and bottom, place the brushes to ensure a uniform pressure on the entire surface.
5. Glue the self-adhesive paper with the previously printed pattern on the wall of the blocks. Try to stick it evenly and do not make air bubbles.
6. Take a clerical knife and cut off the extra edges of the self-adhesive paper with a pattern.
7. Then, with the same clerical knife, start making horizontal slots along the blocks. Simply lower the tip of the knife to the joints of the blocks and push them a little bit. It is desirable that the knife be sharp - then it will not leave a jag.
8. Now it's the turn of cutting out each individual block. Similar to the previous step, install the blade in the junction between the blocks and with a slight pressure, drag it to the intersection of the horizontal and vertical lines. Once the slot is made, remove the block from the wall.
9. Repeat the previous step and disassemble the entire wall. Now you have a disassembled puzzle, which must be assembled according to the picture.