How to Make Custom LEGO Clones

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How to Make Custom LEGO Clones
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In the "Star Wars" series, between the first and second films, is a series of battles referred to as the "Clone Wars." During this war, which is between the robot army seen in the first two movies and the Clone Troopers. The LEGO building system has an entire series of sets based on characters and vehicles from the "Star Wars" universe, but some people enjoy making their own custom versions of the Clones.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • LEGO Clone Troopers
  • Markers
  • Sticker paper
  • Scissors

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Brainstorm the type of Clone Trooper you want to design and create. Jot down ideas and sketch out rough patterns for the trooper's armour.

  2. 2

    Assemble a Clone Trooper from the LEGO trooper pieces. You can detach the arms, legs and torso from each other and attach a helmet you may prefer. Get your Minifig as close to the sketch or brainstorming as possible.

  3. 3

    Remove the head, legs and arms from an extra Minifig character. Trace this torso onto the paper twice to make a front and back sticker.

  4. 4

    Sketch utility pouches and coloured stripes on the sticker paper. Sketch any other accents you intend to add to your character on the sticker in the torso-shaped sketch. Also draw matching stripes to fit on the arms and legs.

  5. 5

    Cut out the pieces of sticker paper.

  6. 6

    Peel off the backing and attach them to your Minifig. Trim the excess paper.

Tips and warnings

  • You can get basic Clone Troopers from your LEGO "Star Wars" sets. There is also a LEGO set, number 7913 in their numbering system, that includes a small troupe of Clone Troopers.

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