Pokémon is a media franchise that started out as a video game series for the Nintendo Game Boy in 1996 and has since gone on to become a of selection books, trading cards and anime. The world of the Pokémon franchise is inhabited by strange and powerful creatures, known as pokémon. Trainers make it their mission to catch, train and battle these creatures and become a master. Geodude is a pokémon that resembles a boulder and so is often mistaken for one. You can make this pokémon out of LEGO blocks without much time or effort.
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Things you need
- Gray Flat 3-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray flat 4-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray flat 6-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray flat 8-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray flat 10-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray 10-by-2 LEGO bricks
- Gray flat 12-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray flat 14-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Gray 14-by-2 LEGO brick
- Gray flat 16-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Dark grey flat 2-by-2 pieces
- Dark grey flat 8-by-2 pieces
- Gray flat 2-by-2 joint LEGO pieces
- Gray Flat 2-by-2 rod LEGO pieces
- Black stud LEGO pieces
- Gray 4-by-2 brick with three connecting holes
- Gray 2-by-2 LEGO bricks
- Gray 8-by-2 LEGO bricks
- White flat 2-by-2 LEGO pieces
- Black 2-by-1 joint pieces
Lay down a flat 4-by-2 piece and add a 6-by-2 felt piece evenly on top. These pieces are both grey, as are all pieces in this pokémon unless specified otherwise.
Stack a flat 8-by-2 and then a flat 10-by-2. You can now either stack three more flat 10-by-2 pieces or a 10-by-2 brick of a similar height.
Add a 12-by-2 flat piece and then a 14-by-2 flat piece. If you don't have pieces of this size, you can substitute multiple smaller pieces. Stack another two 14-by-2 pieces on top.
Place and 8-by-2 flat piece on top with two dark grey 2-by-2 flat pieces at either side. Attach a 2-by-2 flat joint piece to the two ends.
Position an 8-by-2 dark grey piece in the centre of the next layer with two 3-by-2 flat pieces at the ends.
Stack a 16-by-2 brick on top, which is roughly as tall as four stacked flat pieces. It is fine to stack up small pieces or make up the length with smaller pieces.
Add three flat 14-by-2 pieces or the equivalent brick. Connect a 12-by-2 piece.
Place a 4-by-2 brick with three holes in the side on top. Put two 3-by-2 bricks at either side. These bricks should be roughly the height of two flat pieces.
Attach an 8-by-2, 6-by-2 and finally a 4-by-2. You should now have very rough circle shape.
Add a 2-by-2 flat square with a rod in the back into one of the outside holes on the circle shape. Place a flat and white 2-by-2 square on top. Place a black LEGO stud in the centre of the white square.
Repeat the previous step for the other outside hole and you have two eyes.
Attach a flat 3-by-2 piece underneath one end of an 8-by-2 brick. Place a 4-by-2 brick on the top in the same position. Add a 2-by-1 black joint piece to the opposite end of the 8-by-2 brick, on the top side.
Connect a 2-by-2 brick to the edge of a flat 4-by-2 piece. Fill up the rest of the flat piece with a 4-by-2 brick. Join this creation two the joint piece to make an arm.
Push the square brick on one end of the arm into the joint on the circle.
Repeat steps 12 through 14 to create the opposite arm. Your pokémon is now complete.
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