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Durrett

Active Member

I started this Robobrain from Fallout 3 months ago. It's totally a scratch build. I'm not sure what the scale is, but it ended up about 11" tall. I started by sculpting the brain, which is in scale to my cat's head. The body is an empty jar of baking soda I used for kicking superglue. The arms are pond hose over a wire armature, so they are poseable. The claws can open and close. The smaller tubes are Lego pneumatic tubes. I'll post a build if I can find the memory card with the pictures on it. Thanks for looking!



 

11B30B4

Well-Known Member
That rocks! I love fallout. great job I thought it was a kit. I would really like to see the build pics
 

Wes R

Legendary Member
Very awesome. It should be a kit lol. Bethesda is terrible at merchandising. Robobrains have amused me since all the way back to the original games. I still want to build a life sized one if I ever have display space.
 

Yellowjacket

Well-Known Member
It's nice to see the rare, one of kind pieces from time to time. I like a good Viper or x-wing as much as the next guy, but this one made me smile.
 

LyonsHunter

New Member
Sir, being a large fan of the fallout series, i must say you did a fantastic job making this. I would advise you make a kit and sell it. I am sure there would be numerous buyers. There are a decent amount at fallout fans on this sight. I am telling you, you could make quite a profit. It is just a suggestion though. It seems very laborious so thank you for showing me something so amazing.
 

Durrett

Active Member
Sir, being a large fan of the fallout series, i must say you did a fantastic job making this. I would advise you make a kit and sell it. I am sure there would be numerous buyers. There are a decent amount at fallout fans on this sight. I am telling you, you could make quite a profit. It is just a suggestion though. It seems very laborious so thank you for showing me something so amazing.

This was waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much of a pain to make a kit out of. It would end up being too expensive. Thanks though!
 
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