Real Steel ATOM Out of Legos

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Introduction: Real Steel ATOM Out of Legos

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.

When i saw real steel i was deeply inspired to make the robots out of legos.

This will show how to make a fully jointed ATOM WRB robot from movie "Real steel" out of Lego's.

The Steps are in the pictures, I'll highlight the pieces added with each step along with other important things.

Step 1: Left Arm.

First up the left arm.

Step 2: Right Arm.

Now the right arm.

Step 3: Left Leg.

The left leg.

Step 4: Right Leg.

The right leg.

Step 5: Torso / Head.

The torso and the head.

Step 6: Attaching Limbs.

this step is for the attachment of the built limbs onto the body.

And your done! enjoy!

Step 7: Gallerey

Here's a bunch of photos of ATOM in action.

Checkout the ZEUS instructable!

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    totally awesome dude its cool

    hey man, where do i find [how to make atom or zeus in MINDSTORMS

    wow this is real
    please help us learn better by joining and making your technological contributions our Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/technologygreen/

    A little FYI, you are awesome at legos.
    LEGO the number 1 rated building toy. How is it legal for companies to literally...copy? the lego bricks! P.S Nice Atom. I am going to post an Instructable on zeus probably, or a mindstorms atom.

    I'm your #1 fan.

    Have you checked out WRB.com

    WRB (world robot boxing if you saw real steel)
    You get to create your robot, and then battle it. It is awesome, so you and I can host a make your own WRB robot from legos and lego products.
    Just an idea. P.m me when you get this message on your opinion

    Cheers!
    ThrashermanTotalDIY

    I've done a few Lego Instructables too but I think it's pretty cool that you have MULTIPLE parts pages and laid them out so nicely. I also really like your AK-47 model.

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