The Brute Chopper is a new vehicle in Halo 3. For those of you sick of seeing poorly constructed LEGO Warthogs, here’s Alex Peacock‘s chopper:
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We just featured Josselin Guedes‘s steampunky “L’invincible” three posts ago, but this latest from Josselin is too good to pass up:
Presumably, the game will be developed by Travellers Tales, creators of both LEGO Star Wars and the upcoming LEGO Batman. We shall see.
(Thought I’d post this now, since I still don’t see an update from Kotaku, LucasArts, or Travellers Tales. Thanks for the tip, ever-watchful RichardAM!)
Jausse presents a flying machine powered by the mysterious element “cavorite”.
Jordan Neves has posted a batch of very cool space ninjas, which he calls the KabutoCorps. His Black Space Gods aren’t half bad either:
Well, one can infer that from the name of his most recent microscale spaceship. Here’s Tim‘s Spinal Fury:
Morgan19 (aka “Jamie”) puts a lot of effort into presentation. It’s always a pleasure to look at the detailed schematics that go along with each new creation. As to the vehicle itself, all the callouts in the graphic indicate just how many features have been packed into this creation.
There’s something viscerally true about noddy‘s suggestion that Jehovah — creator of the universe, destroyer of Sodom and Gomorrah, the Pillar of Fire that led the Israelites into Canaan — rides a Harley-Davidson motorcycle:
Alan Saunders presents a vignette based on a quote from the Sherlock Holmes story “The Adventure of the Red Headed League”:
The light flashed upon the barrel of a revolver, but Holmes’s hunting crop came down on the man’s wrist, and the pistol clinked upon the stone floor.
“It’s no use, John Clay,” said Holmes blandly. “You have no chance at all.”