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Triangulate This!-- "Object Shown at Actual Size" Entry . . Team Triangulate This!'s entry for "Object Shown at Actual Size", is a skateboard. I had U.S.A. in mind while doing this due to the Winter Olympics, which they did great in, if I do say so myself. The deck of the skateboard is 4 studs thick, which is the approximate thickness of an actual board. I built the wheels to ressemble real skateboard wheels I had on hand, and tried to get very close to the real thing. I have been wanting to use the writing technique for "U.S.A." ever since I had learned it, and this was my first time ever trying it. It took me from 8-10 hours to build, and it was time well spent.


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