Another set of carefully arranged auto carnage for all your destructive desires! Been a while since I've uploading one of these, you'll notice many of the cars are pretty old models.
About this creation
I have decided to start doing these with 10 crashes each instead of 5, hope that is OK. "Why wouldn't it be Scott, maximum destruction!" I have a few new models in this one, although this collection is still very old. Some vehicles, such as my 64 Impala I don't even have anymore!
My El Camino crashed into my Burnout anthology box. Very ironic considering Burnout is a game that revolves around crashing cars.
A speeder ran a red light and slammed right into the side of my 1964 Chevy Impala! Oh well, that car needed a rebuild anyway.
An enemy plane shot my Hornet-Fire toÖ (that place with hockey sticks) I had to make a forced landing. Most of the time plane crashes arenít that interesting, it would be too hard to have it in the air and most crashes with the ground are nothing but fire. The crash landing was pretty good.
This time my El Camino tried to go off a jump, but after hitting it at the wrong angle ended up flipping end over end. Iím always hitting jumps at angles in Burnout Paradise, even if it makes me loose the race, the crashes just look so cool!
After leaving the custom classics repair shop, the 64 impala ran a stop sign and got T-boned again by the green speeder (Iím going to call it a Mazda) who was just leaving Samís Tuner Garage. Ka-Boom!
My dad was driving my family to dinner when a giant hand placed a box of Minifigs in front of his Retro Wagon, BAM! As you can see though, the passenger compartment is completely intact, despite the damage to the front of the car.
Crumple zones will only due so much as you can see by this crash. The Mazda was driving at 100mph when it hit the wall. Thankfully the giant person in the sky (me) forgot to put a Minifig in the car. Lol!
An accident between my Retro Wagon and a 1970 Picard Piranha. To give you an idea of how old these pictures are, that is the old version of my Retro Wagon and the Piranha V1 before I had bought all the orange parts (As of this post the newest version is V3.2).
A real Mismatched crash, my smallest 8 wide hits my biggest 14 wide, ouch! I had originally crashed up the Mazda (not actually into anything, just arranged it to look wrecked), it looked really cool, but what could actually make it that smashed? Then I decided to take my VW bus and make it crashed into the Mazda.
Finally someone gets that stupid Mazda back! My El Camino Rams the passenger side of the Mazda, thankfully the driverís girlfriend wasnít in the car at the time.
Remember, seat belts save lives! Itís not even so much why you should where one, but why not. Iíve never understood why someone wouldnít where a seatbelt, it takes two seconds to put on!
I have one more like this to put up (with a lot of my newer models) but then I am thinking I might try doing it in stop motion! No promises on having sound, but should be cool none the less!
Quoting XY EZ
U wouldn't say cool 'cause it isn't correct for all the figurines that died in these accidents. But very realistic , great job!! 5/5 8-D
Don't worry, I forgot to actually put people in them most the time, lol! LEGO guys are pretty tough though, I've found a few outside before that had been run over by real cars and they were only a bit scratched!
Quoting Jay Jenkins
Awesome job! Glad to see someone else still going strong with Burnout: Paradise!
Yes, my favorite Burnout game is Takedown, because it had those amazing 20+ car pileups, but Paradise had some of the best damage effects in any game. The single car crashes were just stunning, and it had such a great car selection too.
I haven't played it in quite a while though, I have it for the PC and ever since my game pad died it just isn't as fun. The keyboard controls are horrible.