The cleanest, green-est lines are on this LEGO Kantam Robo

Peeled from the pages of Crayon Shin-chan is this intense rendition of Kantam Robo by Moko. I’ve got to say, this robot sports some incredibly clean lines, utilizing a wide variety of studless slopes and tiles to adult-ify the character from the manga by Yoshito Usui. All the contours and sharp corners along the build help to add depth to a creation that’s primarily green, creating pockets of shadow and bright reflective surfaces. But my favorite bit has to be the detail put into the mouth grill of the mech. It utilizes, among other parts, the minifig shirt collar to get the perfect spacing. Overall, it’s a significant step up from Moko’s first attempt at the character almost a decade ago (which was already pretty awesome).

Kantam Robo

3 comments on “The cleanest, green-est lines are on this LEGO Kantam Robo

  1. Frederic KOSTECKI

    Excellent rendition of a Mecha. I don’t know the original one, but those lines are so clean! From a distance, on could really think it’s a well built model kit – not made of stud full lego parts. Excellent.

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