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Octuptarra Droid (V.2) . The Octuptarra Droid from the Star Wars saga. . It's been a long time since I've posted a creation, so I'm proud to present my second version of the Octuptarra Droid! I decided to rebuild the old one when I stumbled upon a technique that I call the triple-clip technique (if it has been invented already, let me know). It works as follows: put a bar inside a steering wheel and a 2x2 dish. Now you can attach 3 clips on it. It's such a solid construction that you can pull the bar out after the clips are attached. Using this technique you can make a perfect radical threefold symmetric base. The only downside is that I could't find a way to make the legs articulate and thin at the same time. Well, I'm to old to play with lego anyways ;). Like the previous one, the neck can extend for better range of view. The instructions. As you can see, pretty common pieces. So everyone could/should make one ;). I can't wait to put these two in a diorama. Reference pic. Comments are appreciated!


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