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I built this bird at Legoland Windsor in 2013. It was in an instructor-led session where a Lego expert showed us some SNOT techniques and we all made the same model.

I've had the model on my shelf at home and although it's nothing too special my kids have expressed an interest in making their own.

Does anyone recognise it (ignore the colours as we had a free choice) and know of any instructions? I'd rather not dismantle and reverse engineer it!

From memory, the instructions were shown using a projector and were slightly pixelated, like from a computer design app rather than the slick instructions in normal Lego sets. So this may be a MOC by the instructor rather than something published, but you never know.

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I don't have a copy of the instructions, but I've recreated the model making some educated guesses: Full Build

Here are two highlights of the internal construction: The first shows how the feet tie into the body. Feet

The second shows the basic SNOT work to attach the sides to the model. Body internal

The full instructions are available here.

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