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Straight from Bungie's Creations page, Cozmo has singled out Kob One's artwork for this week's excellent Community Focus. Kob One comes off as a real down-to-earth Guardian who understands the Titan struggle, so check out his thoughts and artwork!
Black Six sent this in last week: a life-size replica of Hawkmoon created by Elliott Feldman highlighted at the brothersbrik. There's even a video showing off its working trigger and hammer!
BeardFade knows what he's doing in CSS (that's something to do with the Internet - not a class of Covenant battleship!) and he's decided to put those skills to use in some neat web animations featuring each logo of the Destiny classes. Go check them out in his forum post!
Black Six let us know about an article on The Brothers Brick featuring Nick Jenson's custom Arc Edge that he built out of LEGO pieces. Not sure if that thing would fall apart if you hit something or someone... or just hurt like heck!
-INSANEdrive wrote an all-encompassing, short novella regarding his thoughts of the first year of Destiny on our forum.
-Leviathan drew a Pretra
If you're reading and finding yourself with some of your own fanart, whether it be visual, musical, and beyond, feel free drop us a line or post in the forum. We'd love to see more!
These two videos have also been quietly sitting in our news queue, but they definitely deserve to see the light of day! If you're in Destiny withdrawal, have at them:
We mentioned this beautifully-rendered digital comic a while back. Here's an update of the pages Jake has published since. Click the image to go to the full page. Great stuff!
Yes, it is just as amazing as that title suggests. Discovered through Hedge's Twitter curation, Exotic Watermelon Exo is both beautiful and hilarious, not to mention an excellent piece of fanart by artist Jake Myler (@Lazsummerstone). I hope there's many more!
After posting the LEGO Icebreaker last week, I descended into the domain of Flickr for more constructed marvels. I returned with these, but that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Phaeton V2 by Jake
Guardians by SpartanBricks
Thorn by Nick Rezler
Vault of Glass by Merc4Hire
SKSProps is obviously talented if you take a look through his DeviantArt gallery. I'm not sure if this Mask of the Third Man recreation inspires me or terrifies me! He's also got another Hunter helm, a lot more shots of this Mask, and he's recently started a chest piece.
See - a LEGO pun! Bet nobody's done that before. Anyways, SigbiasSilva let us know about a pretty great fan creation that's been making the rounds: a LEGO Icebreaker. That fiery sniper rifle that keeps on giving!
Another in this impromptu 'Wednesday Art Round Up' from our dear Hedgem0ny. This here's a 3D model created by OnyxGiant and posted on his CGHub page. It's an original design inspired by Destiny's Warlock class, with loot, Ghosts, and guns:
Hedgem0ny knows how to scour the world wide web for great fanart and fills his Twitter with these lovely images. First up is a modded G.I. Joe action figure that the eight-year-old inside me would love to explore a sandbox with. You can see a couple more views on OrionPax9's forum post about his creation here.
UncookedMoa wanted to share their fan-made Destiny trailer, "We Are Guardians", featuring "Final Hour" by X-Ray Dog. I think the result is pretty slick! Check it out!
BaghdadBean, one of the lucky One of Seven winners that got to tour Bungie's studio a few months ago, made a Destiny-themed bag to take on her trip. She writes:
When I found out that I would be going to Bungie for the One of Seven studio tour, I took the Geomantic symbols from the Bungie Day news posts and the Project Tiger symbol, and started making a new fabric design. After a week of haggling with it, I printed out a run of fabric, and set to making this Bean-Bag. I took this with me to the studio, and got all of the other One of Seven, plus every Bungie employee who I could corner with a magic paint pen, to sign it.
This will be placed in the RTX 2013 Side Quest Child's Play Charity Auction, and it is my sincere hope that it will raise enough money to put a smile on some deserving kid's face.
A cool project with a very charitable outcome. Thanks for sharing, Bean!