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gamefreaksnz:

A Legendary Piece of Halo Stained Glass

If you thought the Covenant were the only race who enjoyed the act of glassing, then clearly you’ve never met Veggie-San.  Employing a similar strategy that thankfully omits any and all  planetary destruction, this particular Halo fanatic uses her talents to  create beautiful pieces of art. Her latest effort, one that required the  meticulous arrangement of numerous colored shards, resulted in an  amazing stained glass version of the instantly recognizable Halo Legendary icon.  Featuring an Elite skull, two crossed UNSC Combat Knives, and a shield,  she called upon the copper foil method (which involves wrapping the  pieces of glass with copper foil and soldering them together along the  length of the seams) to complete her mythical masterpiece. As it’s a bit  on the delicate side, it is worth noting that tapping dat glass is not  recommended.

[Hawty McBloggy]

gamefreaksnz:

A Legendary Piece of Halo Stained Glass

If you thought the Covenant were the only race who enjoyed the act of glassing, then clearly you’ve never met Veggie-San. Employing a similar strategy that thankfully omits any and all planetary destruction, this particular Halo fanatic uses her talents to create beautiful pieces of art. Her latest effort, one that required the meticulous arrangement of numerous colored shards, resulted in an amazing stained glass version of the instantly recognizable Halo Legendary icon. Featuring an Elite skull, two crossed UNSC Combat Knives, and a shield, she called upon the copper foil method (which involves wrapping the pieces of glass with copper foil and soldering them together along the length of the seams) to complete her mythical masterpiece. As it’s a bit on the delicate side, it is worth noting that tapping dat glass is not recommended.

[Hawty McBloggy]

3 August 2010 reblog: gamefreaksnz