Re: Dodecahedrons have 12 sides
Re: Dodecahedrons have 12 sides -- Rosanna Post Reply Edit Forum Where am I?
Posted by: beadiste Post Reply
04/09/2017, 22:58:33

Yes, of course - don't know what I was thinking when I typed "10," I've made many dodecahedron beaded beads.

Bead all by itself is the dodecahedron - two pentagonal ends, 5 pentagons on the upper half, five offset on the lower = 12. The zigzag seam around the circumference was ground.

The goofy bead with the pyramidal faces is the blobby one on the upper right of the strand - my crappy photo doesn't make clear what's going on, but it's not the usual cornerless cube.



Modified by beadiste at Sun, Apr 09, 2017, 23:04:24

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