The long-awaited return of the DOOM game franchise has arrived (stay tuned for our review), and no demon is safe.
To celebrate the release of the game, an eight-foot-tall sculpture of one of the game’s Revenant enemies carved from wood—using chainsaws, fittingly—was commissioned. It’s a quite impressive, and slightly intimidating, piece of work.
Be sure to continue below to check out a video of the sculpture being made.
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To celebrate the release of DOOM, Bethesda has teamed up with Australia’s number one chainsaw artist, Rob Bast, to bring one of DOOM’s most iconic enemies to life.
Created over a period of almost 150 hours using an arsenal of chainsaws, this 8ft tall sculpture of the Revenant was carved from sustainable cypress wood and highlights the incredible intricacies of this character’s design. This awe-inspiring creation is something that has to been seen to be believed and will be exhibited at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, Australia from May 13th, 2016.