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GOOD JOB: Bioshock Big Daddy LEGO Sculpture

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This is the Bioshock Big Daddy sculpture built by Finnish LEGO lover Pate-Keetongu. Apparently this particular Big Daddy has made a habit out of skipping calf day at the gym.

The body is built of pieces from the Lego Exo-Force flying mecha sets, and the arms use ball joints and are movable. For the the builder used a "Big ball" or "Tectonic ball" piece, which is held onto the body with the bricks and tubes around it. The Big Daddy's hand drill is a piece of the classic Rock Raiders sets from the late 1990s.

I'd love to see some officially licensed Bioshock sets if I didn't already know LEGO would reject them for "Not meeting our target demographic." Please, if you think 10-year olds aren't playing scary video games and don't want LEGO sets of them, well, you're seriously underestimating my power to think like a child. Boogers are salty, girls are grody!

Hit the jump for a bunch more from all angles and a few bonus shots of his Samus Aran Power Suit build.

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Thanks to cruz, who still has nightmares about spider splicers. You too?

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  • frypot

    What is that drill not about any more? I remember loads of lets that had those in....That crappy fake chrome effect holds happy memories.

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