You might remember Tesselate's little B5100 robot, which was in his store recently ... but did you wonder how he made it? Well, you're in luck: Tesselate has got a handy guide he's started which details the entire process. It'll stretch from illustration to design and production, and shows you how you can make your own one-piece (and not One Piece) mold.
Want to check out the guide for yourself? Head on over here to read it; it's a pretty fascinating look at the toy design process.
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