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this is a simple LEGO thing that I got off a LEGO manual. It doesn't need much.
Make sure to upload lots 'o pictures!
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Step 1: Materials

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like I said, it doesn't need much.

Step 2: Step #1

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conect the 1x6 flats, with the 2x4 flat, like shown

Step 3: Step #2

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now conect the 2x2 upside down triangle, with the 2x3 block together with the 2x3 flat peice.
just like in the picture.

Step 4: Step #3

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now put step 1 and 2 together

Step 5: Step #4

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put the 1x1 triangle, with the 1x6 block

Step 6: Step #5

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put step 4 with step 3

Step 7: Step #6

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put the last 1x1 triangle where it belongs!

Step 8: Step #7

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put the 1x2 flat, on th 1x1 triangle

Step 9: Step #8

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get the propellar and put the 1x4s across eachother

Step 10: Not quite done yet..........

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conect the propellar to the mystery peice, and the mystery piece to the clear 1x2 block 

Step 11: DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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put step 9 on the helocpter
put on the last piece................................. VUALA!                                     a helocopter
I hope you had fun and didn't get confused with blury pictures......
don't forget to upload lots 'o pictures!
The landing pad was a nice touch.
hrodriguez7 (author)  sherrycayheyhey3 years ago
I used it 'cause the table was glass and the pictures would've come out a bit too shiny
vishalapr3 years ago
This is a great idea!

Some tips for next time would be lay a piece of A4 paper on the floor and put the helicopter on it and then take photos to get nice backgrounds!

Very well done!! I really like this ible!
hrodriguez7 (author)  vishalapr3 years ago
it was my 1st instructable and i forgot to use my tripod
thats why the pictures are so blurry :P

thanks for the complament!