Back then, the innocent charm and appeal of the mysterious space robot quickly caught the hearts of children and adults alike. Up until now, the Iron Giant has remained a cult classic among fans, and has even caught the attention of devoted AFOLs and builders in recent years. Needless to say, the thought of recreating this piece of animation icon is something that I wanted to see for a very long time. Check out the video below. Standing in at an impressive 13 inches tall, this highly articulated MOC comes with a total 23 points of articulation, allowing for an impressive number of movement and a variety of poses.
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Through home video releases and television syndication, the film eventually gathered a cult following and is now widely regarded as a modern animated classic. The film was produced by Warner Bros. Feature Animation uses both traditional animation and computer animation techniques to tell the story. Set during the Cold War in , the film is about a young boy named Hogarth Hughes, who discovers a giant metallic robot who fell from space. With the help of beatnik artist Dean McCoppin, they attempt to prevent the U. Most of the instructions are for original custom builds, and there are also instructions for alternate models for official LEGO sets, and even some small custom kits with both parts and instructions included. The LEGO version of the Iron Giant comes with 23 point of articulations, which makes him easy to pose in a variety of positions, as you can see on the pictures.