Intro: Adorable Owl
I love owls and it's no secret: my username is a dead giveaway; that's why I simply could not resist making a Lego Owl. I was so pleased with the results that I decided to make instructions. He has full wing flapping capabilities and looks unbelievably adorable. He has many uses: he can be the center piece for your table; you could make him into an ornament if change up the back and put a hook there; whatever you do with him, if you build him, is up to you. The possibilities are endless, so get building.
To all who are interested in building:
If anyone could make this little guy in black and take a neat looking picture, it would really make my day; I will be more than happy to give a patch to anyone who can do this for me. If you build him in any color, though, I'd be happy. If you can, take a picture, and I will add him or her to the step here.
Thanks for stumbling onto my instructable.
For the Youth Design Challenge: I am native to the Chicagoland area!
Step 1: Piece Count
1x4 - With Four Pegs On The Side: x1
1x2: x4 (Or you can trade two of these for another 1x4)*
1x1 - With indented peg: x2
1x1 - Cone Variant: x1
3x3 - Triangle Variant: x2
2x4: x4 (Or you can trade two for another 4x4)*
2x2 - Smooth Top: x1
1x4 - Smooth Top: x1
1x2 - Centered Peg: x3
1x2 - Rod Hinge: x4
1x2 - Smooth Top: x2 (Or you can trade these for a 1x4 with a smooth top)*
1x1 - Smooth Top: x2
1x1 - Smooth Top With Slant: x2
1x1 - With Rod Attachment Hinge: x4
*Notes will be added where pieces can be replaced.
Step 2: The Ears/Top of Head.
Do you have questions or need help with anything? Don't hesitate to ask.
Step 3: The Body/Feet
To all those disappointed with the lack of music I usually put: have a hypnotic, ear vibrating, Radiohead album on me.
I continue to proudly showcase my gorgeous carpet and my favorite music with absolutely no shame.
Step 4: The Wings
What's an owl without wings?
Step 5: Eyes, Nose, and Beak: the Face
What would an owl be without its pointy little beak and giant, round eyes?
Step 6: The Final Steps; Piecing It All Together
And you're done! If you're able to, please take pictures and share.
Help me amass an army of owls and together we can rule the world!!!
First Prize in the
Improve Your Room Youth Design Challenge