Couple of Pics I found.

link4044

Sr Member
looks like he lost a toe armor....looks like the other guy might be a elite and other a marine
 

Sean Bradley

Sr Member
Yeah, I was just going to say that. Looks like this may have been for some kind of Pre- Halo 2 Microsoft internal event, perhaps before Nightmare Armor came along. I wonder where the armor came from?

The detailing of the suit looks really arbitrary, like a speculation of what it MIGHT look like in the game under development.

Where did these pics come from? Very interesting indeed.
:Steve:
 

Sigma LS

Sr Member
:agree:

the helmet is definitely much different than if they really tried to make it from the released game. no tubes, rostrum plate sticks out alot, number of cheeck lights, etc. I do like that paint job though.
 

Sean Bradley

Sr Member
How easy is it for us to judge now, but this was likely before anyone else had done this competently. But I totally hear you. Look at the Elites foam hands!

When theres no bar to be raised, theres nothing to judge your work against.

With great challenges comes great responsibility... and spider powers apparently. :mrgreen:
 

Ares

Well-Known Member
Not to be rude, but those are below-par. The Marine is nothing like a Marine. The Chief's helmet is too big and the armor is disporportioned (sp?) and you can see the Chief and the Elite's human skin. :)
 

Adam

Community Founder
again, probably created before designs were finalized. Lets not be critical. I'd bet 90% of us couldn't make armor that looked that good. Yes, is isn't accurate, but it is good craftsmanship.
 

honest insanity

Active Member
Ares said:
Not to be rude, but those are below-par. The Marine is nothing like a Marine. The Chief's helmet is too big and the armor is disporportioned (sp?) and you can see the Chief and the Elite's human skin. :)
Wasnt there talk about how the Master Chief is actually kinda disproportioned in the h2 game? Theres a thread somewhere here ill look for it...
 
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Adam

Community Founder
compared to a real human, yes. In the same way barbie dolls are disproportionate to humans.
 

xalener

Well-Known Member
...and his legs are too far away from his pelvis. His shoulders are too thin and far away from his torso, his helmet is WWAAYY too small compared to his body, at least, for a human head to be in it.
About the armor, no one said he can't take some artistic license. I think the helmets cool. And the elite is obviously stilyzed, I don't understand how people can gripe about that.
 
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