Yautja Life

lambofomg:

eventhorizonchaos:

archiemcphee:

To honor the untimely passing of the awesome H. R. Giger, one of the strangest, most fantastic artists of our age, whose groundbreaking dark, biomechanical style has been an inspiration and influence for an incalculable number of artists working in myriad art forms, The Brothers Brick assembled a great post of Alien-inspired LEGO creations.

Here you see an awesome Xenomorph (complete with dribbling acid spittle) and bloody chest-burster, both built by the Arvo brothers, as well as a couple scenes from Aliens that were recently recreated in LEGO form by Missing Brick.

Head over to The Brothers Brick for lots more.

lambofomg

BLESS YOU FOR TAGGING ME I’M CRYING.

phantasity:

I drew this the day I found out H.R. Giger died. I first learned about his art watching the film Alien.

phantasity:

I drew this the day I found out H.R. Giger died. I first learned about his art watching the film Alien.

xombiedirge:

Predator by Jinbei

trukenvrac:

Journey by clonerh

trukenvrac:

Journey by clonerh

Why is it that whenever it comes to fanfiction, fan-art and even videos like Wolverine vs Predator, Batman: Dead End and Master Chief vs Predator.. Predators always get screwed over?

The ooman have the spirit of fighting and they believe that as long as they keep fighting they will win, no matter what. It’s actually a spirit I admire and appreciate, though I do not embrace it for myself. As to the Master Chief video I just posted. This fight in particular I feel the Predator should have won. The Master Chief is a very seasoned warrior and has an impressive arsenal, he could stand well against a blooded warrior. That yautja in the video was much more skilled and should have won the fight. Nevertheless, renditions are usually up to the author, and I respect the artist for his tremendous work and thank him for it! We all know who would have really won that fight /_\

Predator vs Master Chief

Part 3 of AvP: Redemption, directed by Alex  Popov

Part 2 of AvP: Redemption, directed by Alex Popov

Part 1 of AvP Redemption, directed by Alex Popov