Halo’s Pillar of Autumn Built Using Legos, It Took 3.5 Years and $7000

By   /   Dec 24, 2014

Creativity is what our industry strives upon. Creative games, creative accessories etc. However, every now and then, a fan made creation amazes us. Which is a testament to the love we all have for gaming. If you are a Halo fan, you will certainly be impressed by a guy named Lee Jones. Why? Let me tell you why.

Halo fans will be very familiar with the iconic Pillar of Autumn spaceship from the game. That ship has been recreated. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not here to announce a fan made Halo remastered version. What I mean is that the Pillar of Autumn has be recreated by using Legos.

Can’t believe it? Check out the images below the article.

This is the work of Lee Jones. That thing is massive in size and it took Jones around 3.5 years to finish building it. The lego iteration of Pillar of Autumn is about 2.15m in length and weighs in at 100Kg. As for the cost, what you are seeing in the images below, is about $7000 worth of legos.

I don’t know if he is selling it or not but if he is, I would happily sell my organs to get my hands on this beauty.

Isn’t this amazing? Let us know what you think of this amazing piece of work in the comments.

Source: MCOpages

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