The Creation Process

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction……………………………………………………………...…….pg.1 The Creation Process……………………………………….………………….pg.2 Beginner 's Process The Deck The Beams The Top Conclusion……………………………………………………………………..pg.3 INTRODUCTION The Bridge. The structure that has supported mankind since the dawn of existence. Allowing to cross over large spans of land or huge masses of water; this concept has truly deserved a title on the “Ten of The Most Greatest Ideas That Changed The World.” During the time of existence, humans did not have the prior knowledge or technology to perform/design such consequential task at the time. However, that did not stop them from using their creative, god-given minds. Throughout the duration of The…show more content…
The picture down below shows a variety of different types of styles/designs you can use to create your bridge. Gather your supplies. Getting the correct materials for your bridge is crucial. Any of the materials listed above, in the introduction, can be purchased near your local dollar store. Reminder: The kind of popsicle sticks you buy, will determine the vision of your bridge. Begin creating. After you have planned out how you want your bridge to look, and gathered the materials needed, you can finally begin creating your bridge. Begin by choosing an empty workplace where you can work at; working at a crowded area, can cause distraction and most commonly, mistakes. THE DECK: Materials needed: Popsicle sticks, a glue gun + glue sticks, and paint. The bottom of the bridge is the most important part of your bridge; without the accurate measurements or planning, your bridge may as well be useless. Using your blueprint, start creating the bottom. Now, this part all depends on how you planned your bridge to turn out. However, in my case, I decided to create a deck, or the road, that ran the length of ____m. Your bridge can measure any length/width you want it to be; however, you should be fully aware, that how long or how short you want your deck to be, it will also determine the length/width of your beams. Lay out the deck of your bridge. Lay out the
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