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LEGO Halo Vampire on LDD
The Vampire: sucks the energy out of you until you drop. Dead.
About this creation
Well, as you can finally see, I was able to get Java working on my Laptop so that I could use the "fancy image uploader." This is why all of my picures have white backgrounds instead of black, and the lighting is much better and the contrast is not as high. I'll be using this method from now on, but if you guys really want to see it on black, then maybe I'll put it there.

Here's a Shortsword view of our Vampire, which has the unique ability to first stun, and then, when the Vamp is upgraded, drain the power of another airborne vehicle. Hornets, Sparrowhawks, and Shortswords like the one spying on it must beware.

And here's a Hornet view. If he thought the Banshee encounter was bad, then wait till he sees THIS.

Here's a shot of the inner "tuning fork" that creates the stasis field when needed. I tried to get all of the shining orbs and the textures as shown in some of the concept arts.

Here's a little side-note for the repeating rotating plasma cannon, which goes up and down 45 degrees and rotates too. You can also see my awesome curving technique to give it the feel of the ship. I can't believe how good it turned out, and if you hate it, then I'm not even thinking about changing it.

Here's the back of the Vamp, with its booster engines and again the awesome curves. I did forget one thing though: there's supposed to be a bar that connects the back curves to the main body, but I didn't do that. D'oh!

A shot at the Heavy Needler, which I made as the Part of Mixed Feelings. The shape and size are overall very nicely scaled, but this whole blocky thing and the fact I used horns as needles is something that needs to be fixed. I tried to come up with some other way, but in fact this one looks the best. If anyone knows how to do this a better way on LDD, I would greatly appreciate.

Here's the bottom of the Vampire, which I sort of neglected because no one sees it. The reason I have a picture of it is because I'm showing you the method I used on the Locust for the head: two slopes that create that curvy hairline.

Well, that's all my Vampire has to offer, and I think I'm drained of energy just by building it.

Please check out my other LDD creations!

Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)


 I like it 
  December 22, 2010
awesome!!!! luv this. one of my favorite of all your creations :P speaking of the shortsword bomber you should really make one :P
 I like it 
  December 8, 2010
Nicely done, i really like it.
 I like it 
  November 15, 2010
AWESOME! I think it's kinda cooler than MegaBlok's vampire. Clearly, you are very dedicated to LEGO building! Keep it up! Also, could you check out my hog and banshee?
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