Drawing Cubes With SQL Server Spatial

Slava Murygin has entered his cubism phase:

Hey, there is a time to go level up and instead of drawing Spirals, Fractals and other cool stuff I decided to go 3D!

So, the first my try will be drawing 3D cubes.
As you know, SQL is not an Object Orienting Programming language, and I can’t just simply create an Object “Cube” with certain properties. To create a Cube I need a Stored Procedure:

Click through for a touch of Picasso in your database.

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