Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, falling water house, broken down into rectangles.
1. Fill in the stencils.
2. You will be making many rectangular prisms made of 6 flat rectangles. Mark them with numbers so you don’t lose track, as you make them.
3. Look at the picture beside each stencil to see what they should look like as you make rectangular prisms.
4. Put the rectangular prisms together, using guide photo colour codes. The colours and numbers in the stencil correspond to the colours in the guide pictures.
Doodle a toppling tower of your own
1. Draw out all the pieces in Make 6
2. Connect each bottom of the windows (non-stripy edges) to the inner
edges of the big octagon
3. Connect the smaller octagon to the tops of the windows
4. Draw out all the pieces in Make 1
5. Connect each bottom of the windows (non-arched edges) to the outer
edges of the octagon
6. Connect the tops of the windows of section 1 to the outer edges of the larger octagon of Make 6
7. Draw out all the pieces in Make 2
8. Connect each bottom of the windows (non-arched edges) to the outer edges of the octagon
9. Connect the tops of the windows (arched edges) to the outer edges of the octagon to the bottom of Make 1
10. Repeat Steps 7 through 9 with Make 3,4 & 5
11. Choose whether you want the tower to lean on tow blobs or a rectangle.
If you want two blobs: draws blobs about 5-6mm long off two adjacent points on the bottom of the octagon of Make 5
Blue Mosque in Turkey, Istanbul. Simplified for 3Doodler.
Make the separate parts as you create the stencils. Follow the letters for order.
Start to create parts. Follow the letters to see which joints to connect. Look at Layout guides to see the layout of parts and placements.
Use the arcs in stencil to create domes. Respective arcs are by the parts it belongs to. Create as many arcs as you want to match the density of the dome you want.