The water drops (297 or 132 rods) - long rods compatible

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The water drops (297 or 132 rods) - long rods compatible

Postby Eric » Wed Jun 16, 2021 7:16 pm

Playing with one bulb of my giant hourglass I fell on these water drops.
They are also very satisfying shapes to admire and to handle. They are strong and resistant.
You can even build the small one with 132 long rods (Geomag kids).

Add a plinth on one side or the other and you have a cute tree or a hot air balloon.

[Edit]: 297-Water drop Howto and 132-Water drop Howto.

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297-Water drop

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132-Water drop

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132-Water drop
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Re: The water drops (297 or 132 rods) - long rods compatible

Postby Eric » Wed Jun 16, 2021 7:27 pm

Also very nice with long rods (Geomag Kids). More slender and ethereal :
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132-Water drop (long rods)

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I don't have enough time or enough rods to try to stack two to get the hourglass. It's still more fragile with long rods (I crashed once while handling during construction) ...
Try and tell me.

The whole family:
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Side by side to compare
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