Lego Portal Gun

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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.

Intro: Lego Portal Gun

This will show you how to make a Portal gun model from the video game Portal, using lego. (no it doesn't work)

It features interchangeable colors, blue and orange. (step 6)


The steps are in the photos.  I have highlighted the pieces you need to add with each step.

Includes optional stand. (step 5)



See also: https://www.instructables.com/id/Lego-Atlas-And-P-Body/

Step 1: The Pieces.

Listed in these two pictures are the pieces you'll need to build this.

Step 2: The Barrel.

First is the barrel and the prongs.

Step 3: The Body.

Now the main body of the gun.

Step 4: Attach the Barrel to the Main Body.

Here is how to attach the barrel to the body.

Step 5: The Stand.

I figured out you could build a stand for it with the extra parts.

Step 6: Interchanging Portal Colors.

 As you know when you shoot a portal the glowing parts change color, here you can change the blue and orange colors.

Step 7: Done!

Now your finished! Enjoy blasting your Lego guys with portals!

Here are some different views of the gun.

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    19 Discussions

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    g-manYYC

    1 year ago

    BOOO THIS DIDN'T WORK ALL OF IT FELL APART!!!!!! YOU SUCK

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    mattbenai

    2 years ago

    The back part seems a little disproportionately small, but apart from that, I LOVE IT

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    AmrCemal

    2 years ago

    i want it

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    AmrCemal

    2 years ago

    i wnt that

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    alindleynvmbed

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Just found it after a while of looking. According to BrickLink, it's called: Windscreen 4 x 4 Roll Cage

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    hrodriguez7

    6 years ago on Introduction

    it would be really awesome if you put an LED in the front or a laser in the front!

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    3ddementor

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Nice Job
    I love the accuracy of the model, it looks as if there was an actual kit designed for this build!

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    Geeknxt

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Could anyone post a .ldd file for this?
    I don't have all the parts and I really want to make this.

    Geeknxt

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    Jsquared24

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome! You are a really good lego builder! 11/10
    And nice touch with the interchangeable colours :)

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