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This ones quick and simple... Although I did not take photos for ever step to make the giant Lego mini figure, I included patterns to make your own! ...
This little guy sitting at my computer provided the inspiration for his larger counterpart. As cool as he looks I decided to go with the more traditional old ...
For the first step I drew up some patterns on the computer using a Vector based program... Utilizing an actual MiniFig for inspiration I drew up the pieces ...
For this first step of building your giant MiniFigure take the head pattern, trace it and cut it out from your corrugated cardboard. I blew up each piece ...
I used black foam board for the chest area of the body since it doesn't have any curves... I traced my pattern onto the board, cut it out, ...
The logo was very simple...just cut out of vinyl and stuck to the front of the chest / shirt. The arm seen here was built using the pattern ...
The other arm was completed exactly like the previous one. The only difference is the way it's positioned and secured to the body...slightly raised as to not give ...
The hands were also traced onto cardboard (because of their curved nature as well) using the patterns. I then cut them out, bent and formed them into shape, ...
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