chris-littlechild - May 16, 2016
Â At this point, the Doom aficionados among us will have had a weekend to spend with the new game. So whatâ€™s the verdict? Does it stay true to the iconic original, while updating it for our fancy-ass new world of 2016? Or is it a generic Halo-flavored spacey shooter too far?
Chew on that for a while, I donâ€™t need an answer right away. Itâ€™s early on a Monday morning, thatâ€™s no time for, yâ€™know, thinking about stuff. Letâ€™s disengage our brains and enjoy some crazy-ass chainsaw art instead.
Said Doom fans will also be familiar with the hulking revenant, that dastardly and bastardly classic series foe. It might look a lilâ€™ funny, with that rocket jet pack thing tied to its back, but itâ€™s not a joke youâ€™d want to eff with. An 8ft tall sculpture of it is just the kind of thing you donâ€™t want in your living room.
Rob Bast isnâ€™t assed though. This guyâ€™s well known in the making-art-with-chainsaws community (I assume thereâ€™s a community; on an island somewhere away from the rest of humanity perhaps), and heâ€™s just finished up one hell â€“yeah, that was intentionalâ€”of a project. Behold:
Apparently, this is the result of 150 hoursâ€™ work. Itâ€™s currently on display in the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, Game Spot reports.
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