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The Lego community is filled with boundless creativity. Fortunately for us, there's also a healthy cross-section of builders who happen to be interested in gaming. Here's another creation that leaves us simultaneously impressed and depressed. Impressed because, well, look at it. And depressed because there's no chance that we'll approach this kind of brick-building prowess.
Flikr user Pate-keetong has posted a few images of his creation on his photostream, as well as a few other creations inspired by Metroid, the Hobbit, and more. As the Big Daddy indicates, it's all high-quality stuff. OK, now we're inspired again. Whew.
[Via the Brothers Brick]
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The ankle area looks far too skinny, but this is still incredible. It is much better than anything I ever made with Legos.
really cool, o the amazing things you can do with legos
I saw this on Ken Levine's Twitter and was blown away. The incredible attention to detail some people have with LEGOs is just... well, incredible!
The model is epic (and I wish there were instructions for it).
That title however... the horrible pun burns! IT BURNS!
Well that's cool!!
Legos are always the best.
Awesome work! Reminds me of how much a problem Big Daddy can be in PlayStation AllStars. Legos are the sh¡t!
It looks like a futuristic Big Daddy.
damn...i still have my old LEGOs in a tub...somewhere...I could probably build it (minus a few odd pieces) if only I had the instructions for it..
Man Jeff, I here ya. I'm depressed that I used to have that Lego drill piece before it was lost. Such excellent work Pate-keetong! Flickr has some of the best Lego stuff out there.
i bet he used bionicle pieces
Ooooh! Pretty. :D
That deserves an award!!!!