These Hand-Made Video Game Statues are Works of Art

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Slovenian toy builder Samo Kramberger has a gift. He sees a video game he likes, he takes some clay, and he recreates the characters, down to the finest detail. And his work is incredible.

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Using absolutely nothing but wire, clay and paint, Kramberger has built a range of statues that would be the envy of companies that have machines and full-time artists doing this kind of work for them.

Some of the games he's based statues on include Fallout: New Vegas, Dead Island and Heavenly Sword, while there's also some Star Wars and horror movie stuff in there for kicks.

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123samo [DeviantArt, via Insanely Gaming]


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Sigh...if only I wasn't 29. It would be socially acceptable to have one of these on display in my home. It's ironic too; 15 years ago I probably couldn't afford one.