Cubes are funny things.
They seem so simple, but do they appear in nature?
Irrelevant. Are they fun to draw on? The answer
is "yes"! Here at the SITO Grid Permeation
Institute we endeavour to explore all possible
modes of collaborative polygon fusion. Cubes are
only among the first wave of a series of three-dimensional
foldables soon to take the world with a whisper.
How do I?
It's as simple as this... someone creates a square image.
Someone else creates a square that builds off-of the
original square. Following the
Cube Orientation Guide, squares are
rotated as needed to create templates for further squares.
This is done until we have all six sides of a cube built.
We first did this during a PANIC
session way back in the early 1990's. The practice is now
being arbitrarily revived and has nothing to do with the
Want to see a cube in action? If your browser is Java-enabled,
take a gander at Cubec.