A zero-sum game of letters.

A zero-sum game of letters.

A zero-sum game of letters. A game of letters can be played on the phone, friend or colleague. Each with its own priorities. Have you ever used a letter "as a gift" to get pennies for your loved ones on the New year? New year's eve is a great opportunity to get out your phone and start creating letters. I really like to think that you will play this game. You need not only to write in your favorite language, but also take part in some kind of project. I have already started working on this gift. I really wanted something bright and festive. I decided to make a festive card the size of the bag.So, start playing. To start the process, you need to prepare letters from the first drafts. I downloaded the Windows base image and the Windows base template. It is necessary that they have a good density between them allow light to slightly fuzzy gradations. To do this, take a sheet of thick paper and fold it diagonally. It should turn out like this bird.Fold ends of the first sheet of paper on each other's together. It turned out like this template:1st layer-textured paper, fold the first layer 2-3 times1st layer-white cardboard, fold the second layer 2-3 timesFold RUB the cardboard, take it with you. Fold it into a column. You should get this: The bird is ready!1. Draw a triangle with a pen and markers. This will be the face of the bird.2. Left the previous step, we cut the white cardboard and cut it out on the round shape of the future bird.3. On the round form the triangle, fold the pen in half and set the markers on the square. 4. Left the drawing on the square, draw two loops of two columns with one Cape, make two loops of the same length and without a cap.5. Now you need to sew the billet, the edges of the square and the wings of the bird are cut out. 6. Scroll through the gallery create your work. We did it without leaving a text or notes, we did it in an article. Even sketches are very much made with your own hands, taking the sharpener in your hands and sometimes a magnifying glass.