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Like many people, I like lego minifig. And, like many people, I like to build what I like with Lego bricks. What's more obvious than to want to build a minifig with bricks?
In my mind, the idea was to build a giant minifig to set up on my desk next to my computer. But it could as well be exposed in very different places or even be used as a giant in fun stories in the middle of Lego sets.
To build it, it seemed to me that an upsacle factor of 6 or 7 was the most suitable. Neither too big nor too small. Then I made sure that the shape is as close as possible to the original and with the same articulations.
This giant minifig is made with a thousand parts and it measures over 28 cm (11 ") tall.
Like any classic minifig, my Giant Minifig has hair, a printed face, a printed t-shirt and articulations on the neck, the arms, the hands and the legs.
Face and T-shirt can be customized with different printed parts or stickers.
I hope you’ll like it.
Thanks to support, comment, and share this project.
Update - 17/05/2020
I built an alternative hair.
Thank you for letting me know in comment which do you prefer.