Lego Atlas and P-Body

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About: Cosplayer and artist, i also enjoy making neat stuff out of Legos. You can follow me on Twitter (@TheMagicalMark) to check out more of my artwork.

This will show you how to make Lego models of Atlas and P-body (or blue and orange, as referred to by GLaDOS) from the video game Portal 2.

They both are fully jointed and have portal guns.


The steps for each part are in the photos, the pieces you need to add are highlighted.



See also:https://www.instructables.com/id/Lego-Portal-Gun/

Step 1: Begin Atlas.

First we'll build atlas.

Start with Atlas' main body.


The first pictures are the pieces you need to build him.

Step 2: Arms.

Now his arms.

Step 3: Legs.

And last, his legs.

Step 4: Portal Gun.

And of course the portal gun.

And that finishes Atlas!

Step 5: Begin P-Body.

Atom doesn't go anywhere without P-Body.

First his torso.


The first picture is the pieces you need to build him.

Step 6: Arms.

Next build his arms.

Step 7: Face Plate.

This next part is so you can put an eye on him.

Step 8: Legs.

Now his legs.

Step 9: Portal Gun.

Give P-Body a portal gun.

And P-Body is Done!

Step 10: Gallery.

Your done! have fun reenacting multilayer mode!

A few photos of them in action

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    33 Discussions

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    lego_jedi

    5 years ago

    Cool! I didn't have all the parts but I worked around that. Good job!

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    Kevin hardy

    5 years ago

    hey, can you help me to bring me idea for make a robot, a mini robots... have you...???

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    banana man123

    5 years ago

    Their great but I think you could make the body a little bit bigger

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    ttoyryla

    5 years ago

    Favorite, and follow!

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    Jellyfish789

    6 years ago

    Very nice. However, I used small claws to make up the arms of P-Body instead of the torch holders.