This Halo Frigate, Made From 25,000 Lego Bricks, Took 5 Years To Build
This fan-made Halo Lego sculpture took an extraordinary amount of work.
One dedicated Halo fan has spent five years constructing something pretty amazing out of Lego. As shared by Lego site The Brothers Brick, Steve Witt has spent five years building a 25,000 brick reconstruction of the Halo UNSC frigate, an extremely detailed tribute that he has named Katara (an Avatar: The Last Airbender reference).
The ship is almost 7 feet long, and weighs in at 112 lbs. It's 32 inches wide, with over 150 working lights. It's a pretty enormous undertaking.
The ship is hugely detailed, with lettering and numbering designed to match the ship from the game, as well as many little features that aren't apparent in the image above--click through to The Brothers Brick to check them all out.
The full ship can be viewed at the Rogue Brick Builders Lounge in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Halo series has never come to Lego, although you can check out the Mega Construx range for something similar. If you're after some official video game Lego, the Super Mario set is out now, including a Lego NES that's already pretty difficult to find.
The next game in the Halo series will be Halo Infinite, which is coming to Xbox One, Series S, Series X, and PC in 2021.