Butter Bot Figurine

Jason created this little robot figurine, a “buter-bot” specifically, out of InstaMorph.

“To celebrate the return of season 3 tomorrow, I morphed one of my favorite characters from Rick and Morty. For the uninitiated, it’s a little robot that was cobbled together for the sole purpose of passing butter, but tragically has enough sentience to despair at its lot in life.

The little guy is made entirely from InstaMorph, stands about 2.25 inches tall and has 8 points of movement (shoulders, elbows, wrists, neck and waist) to better reenact scenes from the show. It always takes a while to get moving parts just right, but I think the effect is worth the extra effort.”

Nice job on all the colors and detail here Jason!





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