Excellent for a first crude effort, especially when you only have 1 picture to make it with. Ahem, john larkin, I'd like to tell YOU something, play Halo 3 yourself! If you destroy a Chopper, you see 2 WHEELS FLY OFF, not one! Why does everyone think that it has 1 singular wheel when it has 2 because you can even watch, ride it, the wheels aren't attached together! And when you destroy a Chopper, you see 2 WHEELS FLY OFF, not one! God people, get it through your skulls! THERE ARE 2 WHEELS!
Just to let everyone know, I am now working on creating instructions for this Lego creation. I have also taken the opportunity to update it a bit. So if you have been waiting (and I understand that many of you have been) you wont have to much longer.
I think this is probably the coolest brute chopper i've seen yet. Very relistic to the game, great job. As for going to Fenway, Yeah, Ive been. But I was little, and I grew up in New York so I'm a Yankees fan all the way!
Great work. I think the Bionicle idea was good, because the sticky-out bits on the side should be blades, and Bionicle would allow you to achieve that effect. All in all, nicely done. (The brute looks a bit strange tho...)
Is this another first? It's the first one I've seen anyway. As usual, looks nice! The only two things I don't like are the minifig and the wheel, which needs to be bigger and more pronounced. Other than that though, good job! You seem to have captured the shape of this monster pretty well.
Well, the scale is pretty good. It is only a little longer than a warthog. Only problem, they have now changed it so that it has a gunner and a driver. This is a great creation vbesides that problem. Great job!
it's got a nice design, but this creation, to scale, is too small. it also only looks roughly like what it is, for the pannels on top of it are too thick. it's a bit too bulky(which sound wierd, since this is a bulky vehicle anyways). it's a good start though.