Cube Cover Tutorial

Discussion in 'How-to's, Guides, etc.' started by Thomas Henrissat, Aug 14, 2017.

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  1. Thomas Henrissat

    Thomas Henrissat Member

    Aug 6, 2017
    Hi everyone !

    This is my first post here, and it is my way of giving back something to this community.

    So I made a tutorial on how to make a cube cover like the ones used in competitions. It's easy to make and I think can be useful if you want to practice at home, or compete with friends.


    Let me know if you liked it !
  2. Aeoluz

    Aeoluz Member

    Jun 30, 2017
    Teichmuller Moon Base
    Not bad!! For me, I would personally just stick a piece of pape with the template over the colored side of the card, so it looks neater. But nice, been wanting to get a cube cover in a long time!
  3. trucdev88

    trucdev88 Member

    Aug 25, 2017
    I am following your all steps. Unfortunately, I cannot find GIOTTO glue. Can I apply other glues? If you have known other glues like GIOTTO, please suggest me immediately. Thank you so much.

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