Look What I Made!;-)

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Introduction: Look What I Made!;-)

Okay, I admit this wasn't a DIY... I did have help;-) But it did take more than nine months!
Sorry, no "how-to" pictures here... Plenty of those elsewhere on the internet;-)

2nd photo: Only one day old, and Baby Brigid meets the Instructables robot;-)

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Thanks! Just can't figure out how to get this build to stop spontaneously expanding;-)

Congratulation on this very cute baby. Great job.

I was looking through your steampunk cable instructable when I stumbled on this. Hilarious!

can you give us a parts list. He He Congratulation!!

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One part spermatozoon, one part ovum... Mix until zygote forms;-)

Thanks Evinfire! Yeh this is my first 'ible that keeps getting bigger and more complicated all by itself;-)

My daughter made one of those too!

Be sure to school him/her well in the fine arts of mad scientist steampunking.

Dude:
By far the coolest Instructable I have seen to date, You do good work!
Gratz! you will keep us updated im sure.
best reguards Grasshopper.

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Thank you my friend. Yes, I'm sure there are steampunk baby toys in my future;-)

Yeh, I agree, even if she does look more like her daddy than her mommy;-)

this is the very essence of everything i love about instructables and everything that is still good about the internet! thank you and as everyone else has said Congratulations!

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Thank you so much for your kind words.

That is so awesome. Is it usb or ic2? How long did the software take to write for it ?

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No USB or ic2... Right now it's all about input, output and sleep mode;-)

Copycat! There were over 108 billion faster than you. ;)
(accorcing to http://www.prb.org/Articles/2002/HowManyPeopleHaveEverLivedonEarth.aspx)

And i think it qualifies for a DIY because even in DIY's you can have help and it is not always a one-man-job.
However, the time it took from start to finish is a new record for instructables.com.
Especially if there is this low count in steps to make (especially for you)

:D

Thanks for sharing and i wish you all the best for all of you! :)

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Thanks for your kind words! Yeh, this was a lot easier than the Steampunk Volkswagen project I still haven't finished!;-)

I can't find the tutorial link...