The lights are on
There are a lot of things I love about Fallout 3, but one of the things I love the most is the vast arsenal of weaponry you uncover in the distant, destroyed future. From rusted pistols to high-power explosives to freakin' laser rifles, there's something for everyone. One incredibly talented artist took it upon himself to bring one of the game's more fantastic guns -- the A3-21 plasma rifle -- into the real world.
The impressive replica pictured above comes from Ryan Palser. Check out the full photo set on Flickr to see the many parts that went into bringing the weapon out of the game and into the real world. And for comparison's sake, here's what the gun looks like in-game:
Pretty close! Now if only he can get it functioning for the inevitable super mutant attacks...
Oh, and if this isn't awesome enough, Palser also did a great replica of the AER9 laser rifle from Fallout 3. I can't wait to see what he does next!
[via Make Online]
This is a win on so many levels. I want.
Would he like to donate one to me?
He did a great job. The A3-21 was probably my favourite gun.
must have. now if only this guy could make a replica of the chinese stealth armor i would be all set for the apocalypse
Sick! I wonder how long it took him to make these
That is so Badass!!! I wonder what people would do if I just walked around with those on my back. I bet security would probably be pissed lol!
Can I get one in my Fallout collectors edition. It would be SO much better than the poker chip.
Im interested if straped to ur backk what would happen in the airport
So ridiculously awesome, the paint is so convincing, I thought the thing was full metal!
Mount that baby over the fireplace... a conversation piece of awesome.
Those looks so good. i can't even imagine the time it would take to make them
No seriously that is a very well done job and kudos to him for doing amazing work on it.
I can think of so many evil things i can do with these............hehehehe
now if only they actually worked...wait...That would cause WWIII! then we really would want them to work...STILL WANT ONE THOUGH!!!
Imagine if in the collector's edition you get one of these for an extra $100 or so.