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Wall-E
Building instructions included below!
About this creation
I absolutely adore all of Pixar's movies. I am utterly fascinated by everything that they do, and their latest film, "Wall-E" is to date my favorite of all their movies. I cannot explain why, but ever since I purchased this movie, I have been watching it over and over like a little kid. From the storytelling to the visuals to the story itself, the film is simply wonderful.

Let me start by saying that this was not a commercial project, and was not done in my capacity as a LEGO Certified Professional. This was the first time in many, many years that I simply sat down and built a LEGO creation just for me, just because I wanted to. (And I loved every minute of it!)



I know a lot of people have created "Wall-E" LEGO models (including one of the Pixar animators!) so I thought, why not add mine to the mix? And since I love building in microscale, I thought I'd try to create the tiniest "Wall-E" that still had all the expression and emotion seen in the movie.



To me, it was important to get his "facial" expression correct... A lot of the other micro Wall-Es simply place the eyes flat against each other, and to me it's just not Wall-E without the subtle tilt that gives him his expression of kindness and curiosity. (But not SO much that it makes him look sad.)



I also spent a lot of time on his arms. They ended up very simple, but I created about 10 different types of arms. The "real" Wall-E does not have elbows, so his arms slide along an L-shaped track from back to front and then down to his "belly". In my model, you can simulate this by attaching his arms to any of three studs on the side of his body.

I wish I had yellow sabre hilts and light-gray bar w/ clips, but I don't think they exist in those colors. So the arms are shaped roughly correctly, and are based on Angus MacLane's design.




Build your own LEGO Wall-E

The model is a little tricky to build, and you'll have to look very carefully at each image to figure out what parts are used and how they're put together... but these steps should give you enough of an idea to get you going. If you don't have exactly the right parts, try to think about other pieces you might have that can do the job. (For example, I even thought of using shovels for arms at one point.)

If you build your own and add it to MOCpages, feel free to link back to this page so that other people can see these instructions too. Enjoy!







(Above, when you build the eyes, tilt the 1x1 brick up a little so that it's not perfectly straight ... for that "Wall-E" look!)






Comments

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  April 24, 2014
the devil is in the detail! - beauty in simplicity , congrats
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  March 5, 2014
well im going to be saving up parts to build this.
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  February 24, 2014
Great work of Lego creationism!
  December 2, 2013
awesome creation! i want to build this for my wife (she loves the movie), but cant find the parts. do you have a parts list or know the #s of the parts? some of them (the three-sided part that makes up the main body in photo #1, the 1x2 with a grey stud on the side that connects to the "neck" in photo #1, and the piece with the 2 pins that connects the 'back' to the main body) I cannot for the life of me find on your site or anywhere else. help!
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  July 29, 2013
Incredibly simple, yet very detailed :D There are now "yellow" (actually chrome gold) lightsaber hilts. You can get them from the "Palpatine's Arrest" set. Palpy comes with 1, so you'd need 2 sets.
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  January 25, 2013
Great design work!
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  September 29, 2012
That is a very neat creation! I have a light grey bar w/ clips! I got it from 6913 blue roadster. I hope that helps.
  July 3, 2012
really cool i want to replace his treads with functioning ones
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  June 30, 2012
Sweet!!!
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  May 17, 2012
Hes perfect! I'm building him!
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  May 3, 2012
I really want a Wall-e!
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  March 20, 2012
Quoting Nate B. do you mind if me and my freind make lots I mean like 30+ of thease to sell?
I would mind very much.
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  March 12, 2012
AWESOME!!!! I will make one soon!
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  February 27, 2012
Whoa. So simple, yet so awesome :)
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  January 12, 2012
Very nice, one of the best! Oh, by the way could you pleasecheck this out? http://mocpages.com/moc.php/304290
Sean Kenney
SAIDO DIEON
  August 9, 2011
cool
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  May 17, 2011
LOL! Best mini Wall-E I've seen here on MOCpages! XD
Sean Kenney
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Mark E
  May 16, 2011
Hey that is cool I like it. I also made a Wall E But it is bigger. :D
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  May 14, 2011
This is AWSOME i made my own but its not as good as yours... can you check out my page i just put a hands in pocket guy on!!! plz plz plz check it out!!!
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  April 15, 2011
kewl can i please use that wall-e in my moc but i will make modifications and give you crediy
  April 11, 2011
good, but for some reason I don't like the wheels/treads.
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  March 14, 2011
This is so cool, Mr. Kenney! I'm a big time Pixar fan too, and I've always wanted to make a little Wall-E fig. Thanks to your design and your instructions, I can now realize my dream!
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  February 26, 2011
Very nice small scale Wall-e.
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  February 23, 2011
i love wall-e and all the pixar movies brian
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  February 1, 2011
Awesome!
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  January 4, 2011
okay that is really good
Sean Kenney
Awe's Pie
  December 7, 2010
It's good. But I don't like it when a thousand people do the same thing. I just don't like it. If you made EVE, I would like it immensely. I've always been wondering if you could do that.
Sean Kenney
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Koen Rademaker
  November 8, 2010
Sóó cute, how do you come up with this ? Just amazing !!!
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  October 21, 2010
D'aww! He's so cute and perfect!
Sean Kenney
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Cade Goertzen
  October 6, 2010
cool. i like how simple it is
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  September 18, 2010
Cool!!
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  August 26, 2010
Oooooohh I likey.
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  August 20, 2010
I love it!
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  August 20, 2010
Yay! 250th I like it! This is fantastic Sean, and it looks cool as!
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  August 17, 2010
This looks awesome thanks for the instructions!
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  August 17, 2010
thanks for the instructions!
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  August 4, 2010
wow its simple things like that make this site great
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  August 1, 2010
great job!
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  June 30, 2010
Nice! I like the expression achieved just by slightly tilting the eyes. - Hector
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  June 23, 2010
ima bit confused with the part with the pins pm me if u know how
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  June 9, 2010
cool!!
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  June 2, 2010
Yup, that's excellent; you captured the essence of Wall-E well for such a small scale. P.S: from what I gather there are light gray bar-clip doohickies, they're just rather rare.
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  May 13, 2010
Looks really cool! How long did it take you to make Mocpages?
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  March 17, 2010
He is exactly like in the movie, and he is really cute! Can you , if you have time, check out my page, please?
  December 28, 2009
5/5. You could use silver bar w/ clips for the arms instead of dark grey?
Sean Kenney
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Agent X
  December 23, 2009
Is there a sub. for the light sabers? Srry they are being used right now
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  December 23, 2009
I like Wall-e it looks very much like him nice job Sean. Please come and check out some of my stuff. Here's the link: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/41934. Oh and your welcome to comment.
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  December 20, 2009
you should paint the sabre hilts yellow!
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  December 16, 2009
AGH! He's so cute!! Good build, love it 5/5
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  November 15, 2009
Hey guess what!! I was at Barnes& Nobles the other day and i saw a book called "small cars and trucks". When i saw the author/maker, of it i was actually pretty surprised. I never knew you had a book! Looked through it and i saw some pretty nifty creations. awesome job
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  October 30, 2009
this is so cool il rate it 8/5 im only a begginer moc builder but you should check out y pages and like tell me were i stuffed up and help me improve. any way no affence to other people but this is the best wall-e ive ever seen
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  October 28, 2009
There are not enough comments on this MOC, so I thought I'd just say -- awesome. There are a plethora of Wall-E creations out there, at so many different scales. This one seems vaguely Miniland-esque. The fact that you include building instructions is a great touch... I should start doing that.
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  October 11, 2009
Hmm... I guess I created the Instructions group AFTER this was posted. I'll invite you in then, hope you join!~Willis
Sean Kenney
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Jack Bacchus
  September 30, 2009
I Love Wall-E, Make M-O He's Suprisingly simple. I love the saying, "John, Are you ready to have some kids??!?!!?!"
Sean Kenney
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Jason Black
  August 28, 2009
That's cool, my Wall-E is just terrible. Thanks for adding Instructions to yours!
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  August 21, 2009
Just watched that movie, and this is great. Are you going to make an EVE? "I didn't know we had a POOL!"
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  August 17, 2009
woah this is awesome, looks just like him :) good work
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  July 29, 2009
TOTALLY AWESOME
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  July 23, 2009
Sean how long did it take you to become a professional lego builder and what did you have to do to become one?
  July 19, 2009
That thing is great! It looks just like Wall-E! I like the plant. Great job!
Sean Kenney
cool rock
  July 14, 2009
wow i love it i made one sooooo cool like max p said instant fav
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  July 7, 2009
wow....instant fav
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  July 6, 2009
wow, awesome, best wall-e ihv seen, plz also if u can check out this http://mocpages.com/moc.php/132211
Sean Kenney
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Grrr 31
  July 1, 2009
The best Wall-E I have seen at this scale ! Great MOC ;-)
  June 27, 2009
You are an inspiration to me and you made one of the best lego Wall-Es i have ever seen!!!!!
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  June 17, 2009
you should make instructions for the boot!
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  June 16, 2009
Impressive!... fantastic job, and of course instructions are easy to follow thank you!
Sean Kenney
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master builder
  June 8, 2009
so cool and great instructions sadly I do not have the pieces for it
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  May 25, 2009
Sean, Can you check out my Poetry MOC Please? I really want you to look at it. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/121850
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  May 15, 2009
I love it. So small, so cool. Great instructions.
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  April 2, 2009
I've never watched that, but this is awesome. If you are moderating MOCpages constantly, how do you, well, um... live?
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  February 28, 2009
When i saw this I ran to build it. The only thing I added were Tires. But, this is amazing. You should make an EVE or M-O.
  February 21, 2009
cool! areetsa c is so mean to everybody on moc pages including me. the only one iv seen he is nice to is my frend dmetry.good moc otherwize:)
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  February 11, 2009
Dat is one really cool design. i applaud your out-of-the box thinking, making something so accurate, yet so small.
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  February 11, 2009
Aw, I love this. I like how you really went for that expression in the eyes. Great job!
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  February 11, 2009
nice creation, my sister would love it.
Sean Kenney
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Gc: Darman
  February 10, 2009
I think you should make a sig-fig!
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  February 10, 2009
very nice.best i have seen on that scale!like the boot.:)
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  February 10, 2009
dude! that is awsome!
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  February 10, 2009
very interesting
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  February 10, 2009
nice ;)
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  February 10, 2009
nice ;)
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  February 10, 2009
5+. It´s just WALL-E.
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  February 10, 2009
Wow, that has to be the best LEGO mini Wall-E I've seen on MOCpages!!!
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  February 10, 2009
MOC's like this show the true level of creativity of the person who made it. So small but instantly recognizable. Glad to hear you got a few LEGO moments to yourself making this one. It must get tiring creating masterpiece after masterpiece only to give to someone else... okay fine I bet its the greatest life ever. Anyways great work, love this one! (by I also like Pixar, they really are an animation giant and they have yet to produce a bad movie, both commercially and critically).
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  February 9, 2009
Wait I thought you said you didn't work for LEGO?
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  February 9, 2009
AMAZING
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  February 9, 2009
you have enough peices to build THIS: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/73552 i have enough to build this its big but not as big as ur mocs) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/73552
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  February 9, 2009
OMG!!!! AHHH!! that is like... um... scary... i have a good sized collection... but its drawfed in comparison to your's... :(
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  February 9, 2009
Quoting Googoo i have a question Sean... how many legos do you have?
I have about 1.25 million LEGO pieces.
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  February 9, 2009
i have a question Sean... how many legos do you have? i have... um... I DON KNOW HOW MANY BUT IT IS A LOT!! your collection (from what i see) is the biggest EVER...you can see how big mine is right here!! : http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/63997 i have over 10 1x1 foot bins, i 2x4 foot bin, and some other random bins!
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  February 8, 2009
i think you should add a compartment to put legos in it but.....
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  February 8, 2009
i love it!to prove it i built it exactly when i saw it had instructions.5 star rating is what ill give 5 out of 3!
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  February 8, 2009
woot
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  February 8, 2009
It's really great that you built just for the fun of it, and Wall-E there looks good :)
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  February 8, 2009
It's so realistisc! I LOVE it
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  February 8, 2009
Great work, Sean! Thanks for posting instructions, I'm definitely going to have to build this later.
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  February 8, 2009
thanks it's awsome
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  February 8, 2009
WOW! Good job! Is very detailed and cool!
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  February 8, 2009
Wow i'm so jealous nice wall-e
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  February 8, 2009
One of teh better ones on MOC pages! I'm glad u posted instructions
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  February 8, 2009
Wow.That is awesome....this is the best wall-e iv e ever seen. Check some of my moc"s
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  February 8, 2009
WOW, That is amazing! I'll be sure to make one. You did a good job on the instructions as well, they're great! Please check out some of my creations!
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  February 8, 2009
i LOVE how the Eyes came out, but i will have to say that the treds could be a little more detailed. they seem... plain. but other htan that. well done. ill give you a 4/5 :)
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  February 7, 2009
hehe :) nice, you've really captured wall-e's face well...
Sean Kenney
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Patrick Leon
  February 6, 2009
Never saw the movie but it looks great!
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  February 6, 2009
Sean, can i become your favirite builder i want to become popular please please!!
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  February 6, 2009
Hey what gave you the idea to create MOCpages? oh and nice wall.E
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  February 6, 2009
Nice work, but the tracks could be done better. Nice work though. You could add little round 1x1 studs.
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  February 4, 2009
Perfect. If I end up with a WALL-E loading missiles into my F-22 or changing the tires on my truck, you'll know why.
  February 4, 2009
Hi Sean,well it appears that someone has deleted one of my mocs or actually it was a contest i was doing...im sorta unhappy about this could you please get back to me asap??? Im not sure who might have did it. Thanks-----David
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  February 4, 2009
thats relly good,cheak out my Wall-E
Sean Kenney
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Gc: Darman
  February 3, 2009
Awesome! This is the best micro I've ever seen! My big sister LOVES wall-e! I have to show her this! Could you tell me what kind of college major you need to be a LEGO designer? I'm thinking Mechanical-Engineering.(Is there such a thing as a LEGO designer?)Even though I'm still in 6th grade, It's been my life-long dream to work for LEGO! Please respond.
Sean Kenney
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Gc: Darman
  February 3, 2009
Thanks Sean! I guess I will major in history then! Everybody says I could beat a 9th Grader in history!
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  February 3, 2009
Dude, you created mocpages? You are awesome!!!!!
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  February 3, 2009
Great little Build, Sean. Nice job on the expression, in particular. Glad to hear you took the opportunity to do something for yourself. I have the same issues when it comes to painting, so I can relate. It's not the same, creating for someone else, and I find it essential to take time for myself with my artwork (and that's when the really GOOD stuff is done, anyway). Hope ya get a chance to do some more.
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  February 3, 2009
Quoting Gc: Darman Could you tell me what kind of college major you need to be a LEGO designer [...] It's been my life-long dream to work for LEGO! Please respond.
Well, firstly: I don't work for The LEGO Group... I'm a LEGO Certified Professional, which means I work WITH them as a business partner, not as an employee. ..... That said, there's really no single education path for becoming a LEGO artist or a LEGO designer. Many people have different backgrounds, as product designers, as artists, as engineers, etc. ..... I, personally, studied Computer Science in college (which is how I was able to create MOCpages). But that doesn't really have anything to do with my LEGO skills; I also always just happened to have a real knack for LEGO building. So I suppose the best advice is to just follow your heart and study what you love!
Sean Kenney
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aaron abeyta
  February 2, 2009
i like ur creation alot
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  February 2, 2009
So Cool. Love It! You are my favorite builder, Please go to my moc. I love your work. Her's my moc address: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/17161
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  February 2, 2009
Very nice the colors and elements match bice done!
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  February 2, 2009
LOL, a million bricks! I have about a 20th of that!
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  February 2, 2009
Quoting Eli C This is great, Sean! Very small, but great detail. I heard you had over 1 million bricks in your studio. How did you get them all?
I bought them :) You can see a photo of me in my studio at http://www.seankenney.com/about/in-his-studio.jpg
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  February 2, 2009
im gonna build one of those to... good system.
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  February 2, 2009
Quoting Joe Meno Geez, Sean - you did in under 50 elements what took me over 1200! (I know, I counted!) And that's why you're a pro!
Yeah, but mine doesn't walk around on its own, like yours! :)
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  February 2, 2009
Geez, Sean - you did in under 50 elements what took me over 1200! (I know, I counted!) There is a lot of nice stuff here - the one technique you did that takes your model over the top are the eyes. Micro is always challenging, and your model captures Wall-E's look and feel. That's skill. And that's why you're a pro!
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  February 2, 2009
where is my comment? never mind... i like it!
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  February 1, 2009
Awesome walle!
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  February 1, 2009
Very cool idea! Thanks for the instructions!
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  February 1, 2009
This is the first Wall-e I've seen, and it definitely is the best! Plus, I love how you give us the instructions to build it. :-)
Sean Kenney
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9-volt L.
  January 31, 2009
Waaaalllll-EEEEE!!!!! 10/10
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  January 31, 2009
Way to hop on the bandwagon, Sean! Very unique Wall-E. Really stands out amongst the others; especially the tread design.
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  January 31, 2009
Wow! Simply incredible! Well done!
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  January 31, 2009
Brilliant. You've absolutely caught the character of Wall-e in such a small model... fantastic creation, once I get a hold of the bricks included I will surely make one myself.
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  January 31, 2009
Simple, and very effective! Great work!
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  January 31, 2009
The best WALL-E ever!
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  January 31, 2009
Brilliant Sean... Brilliant!
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  January 31, 2009
That's awesome!
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  January 31, 2009
Another fellow Pixar and Wall-E lover. :) This is the best mini Wall-E by far. No doubt about it. A++
Sean Kenney
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Riley Santiago
  January 30, 2009
That is the best Wall•E I've seen! I couldn't seem to find anyone who has made a good, somewhat scaled to minifig Wall•E. As soon as get all the pieces together, I'm am making myself one. :D
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  January 30, 2009
holy heck I suck!
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  January 30, 2009
By far the best Lego Wall-E I have seen!
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  January 30, 2009
AWWWWW! He IS so cute! I am going to make it.
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  January 30, 2009
aww!!! He is so cute!
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  January 30, 2009
This is great. One of the best, if not the best micro Wall-E that I've seen. I'll agree with you on the pixar movies.
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  January 30, 2009
Very cool! Good movie. =)
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  January 30, 2009
Simply wonderful! I'll try to build it even if I don't have some of the parts...
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  January 30, 2009
Superb MOC, superb film. You're right, the eyes make Wall-E come to life.
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  January 30, 2009
love the film wall-e and this is easily the best walle that ive seen, somepeople make them too small but this one is perfect scale to show detail also
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  January 30, 2009
Great work Sean! Best Wall-E I've ever seen (for real)! Thanks for the instructions. Perhaps I can make this in Digital form!
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  January 30, 2009
I love the Pixar shorts and feature films also! I get to see Wall-E tonight, can't wait! This model resembles what I have seen (in pictures)so far, very well, great build!
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  January 30, 2009
sean your amazing at making lego creations
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  January 30, 2009
YES!!! Awesome!! I know how you feel Sean, there's just so such unorthodoxy in the movie (not to mention the KILLER CGI) that you just HAVE to watch it over and over, but SOME sisters in college just HAVE to bring the DVD with them!! Gets on my nerves sometimes… well, off to build this awesome mini, and send the link of this page to my sister, who's an artist and draws WALL•E very nicely and would love to see this. Thanks for another great MOC, Sean!
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  January 30, 2009
wow thats awesome but those hands look like the hands from my wall-e.
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  January 30, 2009
I love it. I really like the attention to detail (the tilted eyes) and the small, compact size of it. Very nice.
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  January 30, 2009
Simply Amazing! And good for you to take time to build something for yourself!
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  January 30, 2009
Wow! Great job, especially with the tilt of his head. It is by far the best Wall-E I've seen. Very nice!
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  January 30, 2009
sweet. it looks pretty poseble. just like him. its funny, i saw this page when it had 1 person who liked it, by the time i got here it had 7 fans. :)
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  January 30, 2009
now THAT IS AWESOME! i loves that movie... it was weird... but good... check out my latest moc if u have the time: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/94993
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  January 30, 2009
Great work! Its nice to see you doing something just for the fun of it. There are a lot of wall-e's out there, but I'm impressed with how much accuracy you were able to achieve on such a small scale. You really did a great job of capturing the emotion on his 'face'. I look forward to seeing more 'freelance' stuff from you. Nice work boss. Peace - Patrick
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  January 30, 2009
Cool! That is DEFIANTLY the best Wall-E I have ever seen! Thanks for posting the instructions!
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  January 30, 2009
Wow Sean! That's really cool! It's extremely detailed for such a small size.
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  January 30, 2009
nice build instructions. I think I have enough pieces, now I just need to see the movie to get the motivation...
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  January 30, 2009
Awww! He's so cute! Yay, first comment. I still have yet to see the movie, though.
 
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