Angus MacLane and Bertie

Angus MacLane, a guy we like a whole bunch, created this ThreeA Bertie robot using LEGOs. Most of Ashley Wood‘s Bertie robots are battle-worn and weathered but the design on this one was modeled after Tintin’s Rocket in “Explorers to the Moon”.

Angus MacLane and Bertie

Source – Super Punch

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