The lights are on
Mega Bloks still holds the Halo license, but that doesn't mean you can't build your own Spartan creations out of Legos. Mike Nievens forged an intricately detailed Noble VI Lego figure, featuring working joints, articulated fingers, and the most detailed Lego feet I've ever seen.
"I promised long ago to build a Spartan," says Mike on his Flickr feed. "I've tried many times but
failed miserably each time. Since then, every model I've made had the
purpose of practicing new techniques to use for the Spartan. This
has taken me way too long to build. This is part of a larger Vignette
that I have planned out, but haven't made yet. I'm taking it very
slowly and making sure each part is the highest quality I can muster. There are still a few placeholder parts that I need to remake. But
I'm saving that for later."
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That is awesome. I love what you could do with lego.
That's cool and all but... my Noble VI didn't look like that.
That is so cool!
i will not have fun making this :D
That is very brilliant indeed. Wonderful recreation!
Awesome job; and great use of the Bionicle mask!
LEGO Halo: Brick Brothers. LOL. Just how big is the whole thing?
That looks really cool.
That puts my Great fairy's Fountain (from the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time) replica in Minecraft to shame. This would be even harder. Maybe I should make more gaming homages in Minecraft, or take the challenge of using Legos.
i would by this
Looks a bit leaner, i like that