MrTS wrote:I know its not perfect. But i think this design is ok. What i really need i a bar of 2 studs long, without anything on it...On this moment i used a hamer, haha...its the best i have. I tried a lot of different pieces, but maybe i missed some other sollutions. Suggestions perhaps?
MrTS wrote:...I don't wish to use any modified pieces, I'm still curious about what you will make of it.
Great design, consider this idea stolen, Mr TS. It really bothered me that the shorter legs didn't move either, & this is a fine solution.
Hey, these actually look a lot better than I would have thought! Good work.
I'm not so sure about the rubber band, and where it goes, but it's definitely a tough problem to make work.
I'm a purist too, so please understand my position when I say this, but I might try some flex tubing cut to a 2-stud length. I, on occasion, do cut flex tubing to provide myself with bar lengths that do not exist. I dunno, might be a n option?
I think what I may do is try slicing and sanding a pair of lego dwarf legs- get rid of the top connector bumps then cut them in half. I may have to fill the legs up with something first. After that I may try filling the top with some form of epoxy let it try drill a few holes in the legs to allow them to connect to lego bricks from the back adn two small ones to post onto the original lego leg tops. Still thinking it through right now.
Instead of using the hammer maybe you could try using the T-bar piece and sticking a half-pin on the other end so you can put the torso on it.
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