There isn't a great deal of instruction it's just a fun project I made as a display piece for the Restore where I
do some volunteer work, I tried to keep the cost just above free, about 50 cents to be exact.
I did braze the two halves togeather, but JB weld or other epoxy glue could be substituted quite easily.
Step 1: Makin the Body
cut the ends off with a grinder, and brazed them togeather.
I used a little silver paint after sanding to make them pretty.
The arms are held on with a scrap of 1/4" all thread, the tape is a shim to keep the
shower hose arms on,
larger all thread holds the legs in place, I think it was 5/16"
The legs are made from rebar allignment brackets.
Step 2: Pretty Easy Stuff.
The spatulas I got from Spatula City, and the head light was from the junk bin, his hair
is steel wool painted red.
Rubber washers next to his body and leg to keep them from rotating.
Have fun I did, the whole thing took about two hours including drying time.