A horror to end the year with

My final project of 2008 entails a sixteen square feet diorama depicting the theme that I know best: horror. In a Russian World War 2 setting, a collossal alien artifact which I refer to as the Black Fantasy Column towers from the ground, spreading darkness along with an invasion of Cyclopean Virtues across the landscape, consuming the helpless soldiers. The creation contains over 20,000 pieces, including custom minifigure accessories from Brickarms, Brickforge, and MMCB.

To get the most out of the viewing experience, I recommend going through the teaser and then reading the backstory, which is historically accurate to the best of my internet research. Happy New Year and enjoy End of Days.

17 comments on “A horror to end the year with

  1. Chris Edwards

    Awesome! I don’t know if this will get you the “crazy talk” award, but the King of the Action title will be hotly contested!
    I’m assuming that’s what this is for, anyway…

  2. Dr. X

    Amazing. I never would have thought the little episodes with Viktor and Nicolai would lead up to this. That black column is very cool.

    I see you have also found a good use for those black cheeses from BrickCon.

  3. TooMuchCaffeine

    The detail and texturing on the cubes are brilliant, and the whole thing is very good – both impressive and a bit disturbing.

    It wasn’t clear to me from Brickshelf if the cubes have lights inside them or not. Do they?

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