There’s no need for more introduction about E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial – a movie from 1982 directed by Steven Spielberg.
This E.T. build, along with a communicator he used to call home, is a built by LEGO enthusiast LEGOJalex, who was fascinated by how E.T. builds his own communicator device out of normal household items that he found around him.
Also, just like in the movie, this 10.8-inch (27.5cm) tall LEGO-built E.T. is also capable of doing some interesting things, including:
- His neck can be come longer (or shorter) by a turn of the knob which can be found at the back of his body (this one’s really cute!).
- Remember “the heart light”? LEGOJalex has also incoporated this feature into his build as well, where you can light up E.T.’s chest at a push of a button on the side.
- Both his arms, hands, fingers, feet, as well as head can be moved.
You can check out all these features in action in the video below:
Here are 17 images which LEGOJalex has provided for his E.T. and the communicator build:
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