Little Wooden Boy is a "character" in the animated 1980s series the animated "The Tick"
The Tick, a large, blue, strong but stupid and INSANE superhero, is upset that his sidekick Arthur wants to skip “Craft Night”. Sulking in his apartment, the Tick sees “a little boy trapped in a block of wood” and decides to free him.
After makings some measurements based on screen caps from the show, I cut the parts from a pine 2×4.
The arms were cut from pine, using staples and eye screws to attach them to the body.
The gouge was the hardest detail to reproduce as I had to interpret a drawing into 3 dimensions.
The face was painted on using red and black enamel paints. The “buttons” in the animation were hollow outlines which I interpreted as drill holes.
The arms are attached to the body with a staple and eye hook. The legs are attached with wood screws. The hole in the leg is significantly bigger than the screw to allow some side-to-side movement (presumably for martial arts moves). True to the Tick’s craftsmanship, the legs are mounted asymmetrically.
Little Wooden Boy guards the city with an unwavering gaze! Beware naughty spawn! Little Wooden Boy is on the job!