The legs needed twelve identical pieces, each 2x7cm.
Again, drilled at each end, and jointed with a rolled piece of paper.
I put the legs together before fitting them to the hips, simply because it was easier.
The thighs were formed of four pieces, with the shins fitted in the middle - two for the thigh, two for the shin, two for the thigh.
I then threaded the thighs onto the hips, and moved onto the feet.
The feet were each made of a single piece of corrugated card, folded in half at the toe (see the template), and fastened at the ankle with yet another roll of paper.
The feet looked at bit clumpy and Frankenstein's-monter-like, but they aided balance, and made up for the shortish shins.
- If I were to make another of these, I would make the shin pieces one or two centimetres longer than the thighs, purely to look better.