Good morning, and again, welcome to the Aperture Science Enrichment Center. One of our recent tests has been the conversion of Aperture science materials into a Lego form. First, the Aperture Science lift elevator.
About this creation
Zam here. This is my version of the lift from Portal 2. It actually works as an elevator for my latest base (hence the background) due to the winch system I added.
Annoying note - it took forever for the lift to rotate into this position so I could take this shot.
The lift, opened.
Annoying notes - No tube for the lift, so the door is the only source of stability when it's opened. Plus, this isn't strictly how the door opens in the game, but that's me being picky.
Now, (*sigh*) on to the most annoying item to replicate...
...the cube, version 1...
...and version 3. Due to compactness, flat resting, and playability reasons, this is my favorite.
And nobody can call themselves a true Portal Moccer without a Portal Gun!
This would be even better if those binoculars were white.
Note - it's a good size for a minifig, and no parts were harmed in the making of this gun.
Pow! An orange portal. Sadly, I have no blue portal, so I can't go anywhere.
Well, this concludes my second foray into Lego-ized Portal stuff (My first foray is here). Future projects may include an energy pellet dispenser, a thermal discouragement beam, and maybe two characters from the cooperative testing initiative...
Thanks for viewing! (Ratings and comments appreciated)
Wow! I really think you should post a 3rd Portal anthology soon because I am hungry for more! And y'know, basically nobody in the history of the universe has ever posted an energy pellet dispenser, and only one person has made a Thermal Discouragement Beam so there's some extremely original and creative ideas there. And that elevator is literally PERFECT. I just played Portal 2 and you have included every single detail, down to the vent above. Perfect, and the portal gun is amazing aswell, and the cubes are great. 5/5, keep building!