A d20 with all 210 dots!

December 13, 2008 at 4:08 pm Leave a comment

So, I was fiddling with a handful of dice and wondering what to blog about.
Then I realized that there was no need to use numbers on the larger dice. Why not just use lots of dots in distinctive patterns?
d20-dots
The multiples of three were easy, and anything equivalent to 1 mod 3 could be made symmetrically by putting a dot in the center. However, those equivalent to 2 mod 3 (such as 20 itself) were much more difficult to make attractive.

Overall, I like the way these came out, although the dots don’t quite line up, thanks to my clumsy MS Paint techniques. A d12 is actually harder, because it’s very hard to make dots look good inside a pentagon. For now, I’m done with this, but I may include a d12 as a bonus in a later post.

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