Introduction: Turtlenator Desk Defender
He was just an old injured turtle, destined for the trash heap. Using new technology, we have breathed new life into him. He is now better, stronger, and more importantly faster. look out hare, hes comming for you! With the Turtlenator Desk Defender, no enemy dares to touch your stuff! You will be happy to have this feircely cute (If not a little scary) turtle on your side.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
• Hot glue gun
• Black Sharpie
• Silver Sharpie
• Red Sharpie
• Gold Sharpie
• Nerf Bullet
• Animal Squeze pen (The ones with the animal that you squeeze and the eyes pop out)
• Extra: G-I-JOE Machine Gun
Step 2: Creating the Bionic Eye
For the bionic eye, all you need to do is cut the end of the Nerf bullet. There will be a cilinder in the middle that you may need to cut to make it shorter. Once you do that, you need to color the sides silver and the circle red. Refer to the pictures above if this doesn't make sense.
Step 3: Gluing the Eye
☢WARNING☢ Veiwer discretion is advised for this part. You need to... sniff... cut one of your turtle's eyes out. Once its out, simpily glue the bionic eye into the old socket.
Step 4: The Robot Within
Once the eye is in, its time for the detail. Use your black sharpie to draw lumpy circles all over the turtle. I also colored the shell silver and i put my finger on it before it dried to give it a dirty look. Then color inside of them silver and put some detail on it when it dries. Look at the pictures as a guide.
Step 5: Extra: Turtle Gun
Use the scissors to cut a slit in between where the turtle's flipper meets it's body. Put glue inside of the slit and slide the gun into it.
Step 6: Finnished!
There you have it! Your very own turtlenator! I had already created it when i decided to make an instructables about it so i tried to make the steps as best i could. I would love to see what you guys make out of this character. Thanks for reading!
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