Father's day is coming. So I want to offer kids create something solid for their dads — a tank, for example.
- green paper
- stationery knife or scissors
Make 1688 green modules following the scheme :)
Join the modules in three (15 pieces total), and then assemble a circle.
The total number of modules in the row is 30.
Gently wrench the workpiece inside out carefully pressing and dropping them down.
Rows 3-8 are made by 30 modules.
Row 9 has 30 modules but insert them with the short side out.
The turret is ready.
Assemble the tracks.
Make a circle out of 50 modules.
Rows 1-5 consist of 50 modules.
Row 6 has 46 modules.
Row 7 has 46 modules with the short side out.
The second track is made the same way.
Insert 3 wheels. The total number of wheels for two tracks is 6.
Every row of a wheel has 10 modules. Collect 7 rows.
The track is ready.
Join the tracks.
Make a detail alternating 5 and 4 modules in a row.
Assemble 34 rows.
The ends of the blank should be slightly bent.
Insert the detail between the two tracks.
And make the gun. It is made the same way as the connecting detail but you just need to alternate 2 and 1 modules in a row.
Assemble all parts:
The tank is ready!