Introduction: The Robot
After meticulous planning, drafts, and ideas, I present to you: The Robot. This guy is perfect to build as a desktop toy, a tiny action figure, or really anything you want. He is fully equipped with hundreds of degrees of movement in his arms and legs, making him very posable. He has an easy-to-replace head feature while still being very sturdy. If you so desire, he can hold any accessory that Lego Mini-figures can. He is very customizable, so if you build him feel free to modify him to your heart's content. If you do end up building this guy, pictures are definitely welcome; if you take a photo and you so wish, I can add it to this step here. Like all my other creations, the name, The Robot, comes from a song by Kraftwerk: The Robots. I hope you enjoy this little knickknack!
-DOP (DarkOwlProductions: Soon to be my new username.)
There is instructions for this with a piece count at the end here, too, if you find these instructions unclear.
Step 1: Pieces Needed
While I don't have a piece count, these are some of the pieces you will need. Before you build, make sure you have these. All of them will be used at one point or another.
Step 2: The Chestplate
Step 3: The Arm Sockets
Step 4: The Leg Sockets
Step 5: The Legs and Head
Step 6: The Arms
Step 7: The Feet
After this, you're done. Congratulations. If you have any questions throughout this, please let me know. This is my first time using Lego Digital Designer. Please tell me how the instructions worked out. Should I use them again? Feedback is certainly welcome.