In Fallout lore, Deathclaws were originally replacement troops in the Great War. They’re huge, scaly, and fast, and terrifying. This clay model from Sculpture_Geek is so realistic, it looks about ready to jump off its stand and headbutt you.
Link’s Twilight form, immortalized in statue... form. It took the artist several long weeks, but I’d say it was worth it.
Very cute but probably very easy to lose. Better not drop them. Or take them near couches.
Crafted by 3D game artist Andrew Pearson-Roach, this real-world version of Batman supervillain Bane at least has several cool photos we can look at.
Just another adventure for Calvin and Hobbes. This eight-inch-tall figure was sculpted and hand-painted by Emily Coleman of emilySculpts.com. The piece took Coleman 25 hours to complete, who noted that "sculpting comic strip characters is very very hard." Head over to her DeviantArt gallery for more sculpty goodness.
Professional sculptor Guy-Olivier Deveau's latest intricate sand sculpture is a tribute to H.R. Giger. See it in its full nightmarish glory below, as well as more of Deveau's work, including his tributes to NES classics and Warcraft.
Cardboard is great. It can be shelter, it can be storage, it can be entertainment, it can be invisibility on the battlefield, and if taken to the extreme, it can be art.
Australian artist Sam Jinks used to be in animation, but a few years back shifted gears and started sculpture. He now makes things that you will look at, look more closely at, then swear they were alive. Even though they're not.
This is not a retouched photo. It's not a 3D model, or an actor dressed as perhaps the United States' greatest ever President.
Chinese sculptor yanchuan1111 is looking for a job. He is going the right way about getting one.
Take a look at these images of Ellen Ripley, star of the Alien series. Take a good look. Squint if you have to. Now let me tell you that these are not photographs of Sigourney Weaver, taken while filming the movie.
ED-E and I were inseparable, when I first played Fallout: New Vegas. Well, except for all those times that the demands of the plot separated us. But no matter: his perks, cheerfully sarcastic beeping, and killer laser were great company on an endless trek through the Mojave Wasteland.
Some folks see a scary movie or play a scary game and proceed to purge all that terror out their minds immediately. A game as scary as the original Dead Space made me want to void my bowels many times over. I breathed easy once my time with the game was done.