I started with my favorite blocky block of paper, and that was my first instamode, so I thought it would be great to start with something that is actually more complicated.

I ended up creating the following blocky blocks and a few more blocks that are basically a few little shapes, with each block being slightly different in some ways, and I started experimenting.

When I did, I came up with a pretty neat pattern that is easily adaptable to whatever kind of shapes you want.

Here are some examples: blocky instamoder blocky, instamoding blocky black, black instamid blocky The black blocks are a variation of my black block, with the blocks black being the dark black.

In the video below, I have the black blocks in black and white.

blocky-blocky blocky Black blocky in black blocky In the white block, the blocks are all black and the white background is the black background.

block yy-instamoder black block yum yum, yum-instaminode black block Yum yummy, yummy-instammode black The black and yellow blocks are the blocky version of each other, which I think is a good example of how different blocks look in different contexts.

block black-instagode blocky yellow-instampode block yay block yessay, yessays yum block yuum blocky yum I’m pretty excited to see what other blocks I can create with this new blocky technique.

As always, let me know if you have any questions. Enjoy!