More 2B Cubee

As promised, here are a couple shots of the Cubee we did for the Cubeecraft show.

I did a little Bruce action. Simplified the Cubeecraft's structure to better resemble the form of a 2B. Basically, took off the arms and legs. Then, not having worked in paper before, began figuring how things fit.

At first I had him barefoot. But, after taking a closer look, I realized he had yellow sneaks on. It was last minute, but I had to make the fix. Just couldn't leave Bruce shoeless. I didn't make them exact, but close enough.

For the final touch, I followed Chris' recommendation, and left off the bottom for a more stable stance and added a little 2B extra on the bottom. There you have it. The first 2B Cubee!

Thanks to Cubeecraft and Chris for letting us take part!

2B Cubee!

We're still here. Just life gets busy and unfortunately passions take a hit. Anyway, we're still trucking along. Here's a little piece we did for our buddy Chris at CubeeCraft. He approached us about doing a custom piece for a upcoming CubeeCraft show. Of course, we wanted to participate. Here's a preview of the Cubee we 2B-ized!

We at 2B haven't worked in paper before, so this was our virgin run. More complicated than we thought it would be... and our's was waaaay simple. It was fun to put the piece together and see a 2B in Cubee form. Our 2B Cubee also has a little hidden 2B-ness to it. Stop by the show and check it out!

Side note, we were very impressed by the snapping action of the CubeeCraft template. Nice work, Chris!

Check out his show if you're in the Philly area. It opens on Friday May 6th at Brave New Worlds, 45 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA. Chris will be there signing Batman: Built for Action. Stop in and tell him you're a fan of 2B. You won't get anything, but he might be more friendly to you... just might.