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Ever think, "Gee, these tampons would look so much better ensconced in a scary robot?" Here's the answer to your prayers.
Boy Scout Dropout
6.5"W x 19.75"H x 14.5"D
Iron Man of Plastic schematic and embroidery guide (pdf format)
It's not so much important that the pieces all measure the same size by the ruler, but that the number of squares are the same in each piece. It will help to cut all of each piece out at the same time, so you can measure them against each other.
Cut out pieces of plastic canvas according to the schematic.
Place appropriate pieces of canvas over templates and trace designs using a marker, or make up your own designs. Embroider designs onto plastic canvas.
Whip stitch pieces of robot together using the schematic.
Determine where you want to bolt on the wrench-arms. I placed mine 1/4 of the way down from shoulder, 1/3 of the way back from front of torso. With scissors or hobby knife, cut out the plastic bar between two squares. Thread wing screw through socket end of wrench and into hole on side of torso. Secure with a washer and nut on inside of torso. Tighten.