Nevermind The Classic, Give Me LEGO Doom

I've played plenty of Doom in my day, from the original shareware to the most recent re-releases, and I think it's time for a change. The talented Ochre Jelly's masterfully built LEGO Doom should do nicely.

Not content to simply build a few figures, Iain "Ochre Jelly" Heath has created an entire multi-level LEGO Doom playset, utilizing some amazing advanced techniques to simulate blood splatter and missile trails.

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I am going over his pictures with a fine-toothed comb, making note of his tricksy secrets so I can never, ever use them, ever. I am so not good at free building.

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Damn. Just look at that. The way he used the little red squares with the hands to simulate an exit wound. That's some master building right there.

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Missile trails!

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I need to make a serious investment in some clear LEGO pieces. There are so many things in my office that need to float.

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You could say this space marine is... not going to be alive much longer. There's gotta be a better way to say that.

Check out Iain's Flickr set for more photos, after you've watched the killer fly-through video below.

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Holy crap this is awesome. He captured the details of the enemies so well - just look at those revenants and imps!

If he ever has the patience and time (had to throw a destiny pun in there because I'm obsessed with it at the moment), I'd like to see how he tackles this bad boy: