Want to make a resin robot? Tesselate shows us how

12:00 PM on 12.14.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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New guide is a step-by-step process for how he made B5100

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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