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How to Penguin

Hello  everybody! In this post you will learn how to build a super cool penguin!

First gather the pieces below.

Then attach the flipper pieces below to the other piece.

Then build the pieces below out of white and black bricks,slopes, and arch pieces.

Put those on the piece with the flippers with the white in the front and the black in the back.

Put that aside and put these pieces together in the following order.Then build another of it.

Attach them to the sides as shown.

Now for the head! Take the 2x2 black plate and attach it to the brick with a plus on it.

Then put a gold claw piece in the +.Then attach the two 1x1 bricks behind the brick with a plus.

Attach the lego technic brick on top of the two 1x1 bricks.

Place the two cylinders on it.

Then attach a 2x2 plate on top of the technic brick with the cylinders.

Then attach it to the top of the body.

You know what?I REJECT Nature!
And there you have it folks!Your very own penguin!I named mine Skipper.Remember,in lego,you can do whatever you want!I want to see if you could make a penguin with an opening beak or flapping wings!You could also use different colors.See you next time! 


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