Do you remember the 2008 Pixar animated film WALL-E? The little trash-compactor robot stole our hearts with its curious nature and endearing personality. Today I would like to show you a LEGO version of WALL-E – just as cute as the original, and you can easily build one yourself. 🙂
The LEGO version of WALL-E is created by LEGO-fan Miro, and includes all the key features of the little robot; the simple square shape, all-terrain treads, the shovel-hands, and binocular eyes are all there.
Cute, isn’t it? Miro actually included step-by-step instructions for his LEGO WALL-E, so you can easily build your own. You can find the instructions at Miro’s flickr gallery here. Also, you may want to visit Miro’s BrickLink shop, as he regularly puts together and releases kits with all the LEGO elements needed to build your own WALL-E, in case you don’t have all the parts needed. The kits only costs a few dollars. Just look under Custom Items in his BrickLink shop called The Brick Corner.
Just for fun, Miro also created other versions of WALL-E sporting various colors. You may want to try that yourself also to build your army of trash-compactor robots for cleaning up the planet.
What do you think? How do you like this little LEGO WALL-E? Have you built one yet? Are there any other LEGO WALL-E creations that you really like? Feel free to share in the comment section below! 😉
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