Rolling the dice is a move with great significance – it can mean that your turn has arrived, that you are telling the future, or that you are taking a chance… it can all start with a roll of the dice, and we have the perfect set for you to get started!

## Tutorial Video

## Step-By-Step Images and Instructions

### 1.

Use a pencil and a ruler to draw five horizontal lines across the page.

### 2.

Add a vertical line to the left, going across all the lines, and then add shorter lines to the sides, crossing two lines each. Connect these to the central line with angled lines to create a hexagon.

### 3.

Add another hexagon to the right of the first…

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And repeat this with four more hexagons to the right.

### 5.

Now, add diagonal lines to the top of each hexagon, creating arrows.

### 6.

Use a black pen to go over the shapes, transforming them into cubes…

### 7.

And then use a pencil to add one circle to the top of the first dice, two to the second, three to the third, four to the fourth, and so on until you reach six dots.

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Use the black pen to go over the dots on top of the dice…

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And then use a pencil and ruler to add a diagonal line to the left side of each dice.

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Add small circles to the line – two on the first, three on the second, two on the third, one on the fourth, one on the fifth, and two on the sixth.

### 11.

Draw a diagonal line on the remaining face of each dice.

### 12.

Now, add circles to the three on the right – three on the outside and the one to the left of this, and two on the one to the left.

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Add four circles on the remaining face of the first dice, six beside this, and one on the final dice.

### 14.

Use an eraser to remove all pencil marks.

### 15.

Grab a black pen, and shade the top and left face of each of the dice.

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Use the black pen to shade the remaining faces of the dice…

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And then color the dots with a gray pen.

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Finally, use the gray pen to add shadowing to the bottom of each of the dice.

And just like that, your luck is literally in your hands – and who knows which way it will turn?