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Paul Jeong has built a replica of the Arcadia-class jumpship entirely with LEGO bricks! It’s a pretty impressive model, complete with engine details and a nice paint job. Be sure to hit the link to see more photos. I especially like the ones with the ship photoshopped into the loading scene. (Thanks to Black Six for the link!)
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!
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!
Brick builder, Nick Jensen, has crafted a life-sized Suros Regime out of Lego - awesome! Thanks, Andrew Bulthaupt.
Ooh, almost forgot this - found it yesterday. Check out the Lego Gjallarhorn created by ZaziNombies... it's simply gorgeous. In the thread on our forum about it, slycrel suggested you check out his 'The Last Word' model, too. (He's right.)
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
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!
If you have access to a 3D Printer (still waiting for them to be renamed Replicators, myself), you can print off your own Duke Mk.44 thanks to Kirby Downey at MyMiniFactory. Thanks to Bluerunner for pointing it out.
After seeing Wednesday's Destiny Drawing Board, Mark Stafford decided to build a Shrike of his own - in LEGO. If you're wondering how the impressive model pictured above could be built in such a fast turnaround time, the explanation is simple: Mark is a designer for The LEGO Group! Hopefully one day we'll see official Destiny LEGO sets, but until then this personal project helps remind us that in the Bungie community, everything is awesome. (Nice find, Hedgem0ny.)
Good ol' Hedgem0ny found a very intricate LEGO Hunter on Flickr, created by pecovam, and tweeted about it. There's some more views of this cute guy and a lot of other great custom LEGO figures (mostly all video-game related) to be found on pecovam's Flickr gallery.
Reddit's NickBrick put together his own custom revolver - so what if the game's not out yet? There's always LEGO! Swing by the DestinyTheGame Subreddit if you want to let him know what you think of his creation, or explore his Flickr stream for more shots of this awesome hand cannon.