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...
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! It was fun to make and Lego MiniFigs are even more cool giant sized! Plus they're poseable!
Step 1: A Little Inspiration...
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 school Lego MiniFigure look.
Step 2: Drawing Up The Patterns
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 in scale with each other. Once i was happy with them it was time to move on to the next step... Building!!
Bio:I'm a full time artist and part time freelance artist who likes to work in a variety of medias and the ones I have never used... I am eager and happy to try! I'm a (Full time) Dad who enjoys spending ...read more »