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Pinball Machines: Themed Comics for Breakfast

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I made a mini pinball machine themed comics for breakfast that you CAN PLAY. Its pretty much easy to build. The hardest part is making the figures in it. 

Materials:
Cardboard
Colored Duct Tape
Clay
Acrylic Paint
Paper (for background)
K'Nex
Wire
Popsickle sticks
Small wooden stick
Elmer's Wood Glue
Elmer Washable Glue
Hot Glue
springs (like from a binder)
thumb tack
marbles
rubberbands

You first build the frame out of K'Nex.

Then, you build the board out of cardboard and put a background paper on it.

You cover the outside area of the cardboard in duct tape.

You make all the pieces out of clay.

The plunger uses a stick of wood with springs. A thumb tack is put at the end of it to hit the ball. and a clay handle is put at the beginning

The flippers anre a piece of clay connected to handles underneath the board.

You connect the board to the frame by wrapping rubberband and wire on the corners.


Yes' you should post!
This is too cool! I love the design, please post instructions!