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Halo Ghost Instructions
Instructions for my Halo Ghost they're somewhat easy to follow, and with the right parts, and an actual want to make my ugly ghost, you should have your own in no time! But you may want to blow up most of the pictures in order to get a better quality image and a better idea of what's going on in the image.
About this creation
And thus we begin!






A layout of the parts for the control sticks. The black pipe-cleaner bendy piece you're going to want to cut about 7/8 of an inch long, or less, of whatever you feel is best.


The parts assambled.














Getting the angle on this will be difficult and annoying, because once in, the piece is difficult to turn. Also, you may want to blow this picture up to get a better idea of the angle.














The black piece on the right side has studs on all sides.














Attach a black flat one-by-two as the seat cushion.








In case you can't tell, those flat one-by-ones attached to the bendy pieces are not at the exact same angle as the pieces they're attached to, but are turned slightly in the direction of the back of the ship.










This parts going to be annoying. And in case you can't see, the pieces that those smooth ones are attached to are the tops to those pieces with one stud on one side, and with a slight indent on the same side.


Now getting these no-stud two-by-ones to be at that exact position and symmetrical, will be a pain.


Don't be surprized if the section you just finished doesn't perfectly attach to the rest of the ship. That's normal.








Cut this light grey pipe-cleaner piece about 7/8 of an inch long (pipe-cleaner pieces the bendy ones that are usually used at hand rails like on jabba's sail barge).






Now begin the first wing.












Attach the wing to the ship by sticking the peg in the center of the bottom of the dark grey part of the gun into the hole in the stud of the piece attached to the ship. It won't attache perfectly, but do your best.




Now build the second wing.














Now make three stands using three clear lego dishes (those things used as garbage lids) and place three studs on top of two, and two studs on top of one.


Place the short stand underneath the seat.


Place the two tall ones underneath the guns, but don't push the stands into the guns, instead let them rest on the stands.


And here is the finished product (assuming you built it correctly).





Comments

 I like it 
  March 15, 2012
What a great Ghost! The curves are amazing.
  December 8, 2010
I can't really understand the instructions. 1/5
 I like it 
  July 16, 2010
pretty good, if i had the right peices i would definately try to build it. looks just a little bit blocky, try switching out some of the studded peices for panels. great work anyway!
 I like it 
  June 29, 2010
thank you so much
  June 27, 2010
SWEET!!! im definetley gonna use it
 I like it 
  April 22, 2010
Very nice indeed! I might make one this weekend :)
 I like it 
  March 31, 2010
Hmmm, Very nice instructions! I might make a ghost tonight...
 
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