MOCer Simon Liu is a big fan of Borderlands, so he built a life-size Claptrap for this year’s Brickworld Chicago. It’s not remote-controlled and it doesn’t have a fridge, but it does have a Pick A Brick cup lid for an eye.
Last month we checked out Hero Complex Props’ 3D printed Ultron mask. Here’s their latest creation, a life-size replica of a compound bow from the Thief games, made almost entirely out of 3D printed parts.
3D Print says it took 50 hours to print the 32″ bow’s 16 main parts.
Last year we checked out a high quality fan-made replica of the Three Dimensional Maneuver Gear from Attack on Titan. But if you’re looking for something more authentic, you’re in luck. Somewhat. Japanese geek merchandise company Movic is now accepting pre-orders for an officially licensed life-size replica of the 3DMG.
This life-sized R2-D2 cake is pretty impressive. And you know what? The best way to find the Death Star plans is to eat until your fork hits them. Then you take like 10 more bites until you admit that you’ve found them.
Shawn Thorsson built himself a life-sized ED-209 for this year’s Maker Faire. It is awesome and scary. But not too scary. You gotta handle ED-209 just like you would a Dalek. Just run up some stairs as quick as you can.
Fans of the Mass Effect franchise of games will love this life-sized version of Jack. The details are every bit as impressive as the character on screen. It’s even more impressive when you consider that she is 3D and made primarily of paper.
A life-size T-800 Terminator is one of those those that I hoped I would never live to see. Thank God this one is made of LEGO pieces and not Skynet parts. Even if he comes to life, so you could just take him apart brick by brick if you had to.