Introduction: Lego Portal 2 Sentry Turret and Wheatley
Hey guys, and welcome to another instructable! If you missed my last one, go ahead and take a look at my page, it should be the first one! If anything is confusing or unclear, don't heasitate to ask, and I will try and get back to you in a day or two. Enjoy!
Step 1: Wheatley
Here are the pieces you will need for Wheatley
Step 2: The "Head"
For Wheatley's face, take a translucent light blue stud and put it on the inside of a mini white satellite. Connect that to the bottom of a black sextant brick.
Step 3: The Handles
To make Wheatley's handle things, take two black handle bars and two black 1x1 clips. Put them together like so. Connect them to the sextant and bend them forward as desired.
Step 4: The Back
The back of Wheatley just takes a mini white satellite piece placed on the opposite side of the face.
Step 5: The Final Step to Wheatley
To finish it off, take two white satellite dishes and place a white stud on the inside of each of them. Take the two pieces and place them on the empty sides sextant. There you have Wheatley!
Step 6: The Sentry Turret
Here are the pieces you will need for the sentry turret.
Step 7: The Body
To start off the turret, take a white jumper plate and two black 1x1's with studs and place them like so.
Step 8: The "Wings"
To make the sentry turret's wings, take two white jumpers and four black studs. Place two black studs on either side of the 1x1 with stud and put the jumper on top of that. If you want to open the wings, take the other two black studs and stack them on the original studs.
Step 9: The Front Two Legs
For the front two legs, take two white antenna and place them on the remaining 1x1 with stud.
Step 10: The Back Leg
This one's a bit trickier. Don't worry if it hangs really low, the pressure will push the leg up once it's standing. To make the back leg, take a neckbracket and put it on the back of the 1x1 with stud. Then, take a half axel and place it upright into the hole in the neck bracket (if this gets confusing, don't be afraid to ask me in the comments for help). Take the antenna and place it upside down on the half axel (sorry, this sounds really bad...). The white sloped brick is optional, but helps give a nicer look to the back.
Step 11: The Final Step for the Sentry Turret
Finally, you did it! Okay, so you can use either a translucent red stud, or a translucent red "smooth" stud. Personally, I think the smooth one looks better, but I know it's a rare piece, so the red stud looks just as good. Thanks so much for taking time out of your day to look at my instructable, it really does mean a lot to me to know that people out there are actually interested in what I build. I hope to continue making more builds, and maybe inspire you to try some creative building of your own! Thanks again! ~Shade Heart