Hey there everyone, welcome to Halo Spotlight. The place where Halo community creations are put front and centre. In Fanart Features, we highlight artists and their creations.
In this fanart feature, we’re showing off some artwork by Fracture. In this fanart feature, we’re showing off some artwork by Fracture. Fracture creates screenshot artwork using the famous game GMod (Garry’s Mod). Using a range of models and scenes, Fracture creates some breath-taking artwork. Please enjoy some examples of the artwork below.
Two head hunters in mjolnir after an assassination on a splinter group leader, as they make their way to their debriefing.
During an attack on a UNSC base, a young UNSC trooper takes cover as Covenant forces begin infiltrating the base perimeter.
A Spartan giving marines a morale boost right before their pelican sends them to the frontlines.
A Spartan entering a crashed longsword, and finding the remains of the three crew, two of which embraced each other in their final moments.
A UNSC sniper taking aim during an attack on their base (same base as the one in the UNSC Trooper image).
The body of a UNSC trooper who was killed as his base was infiltrated by Covenant (Same situation as the “Taking Aim” and “UNSC Trooper” images).
A huge thank you to Fracture for wanting to take part in this piece and sending over the images and descriptions. If you’d like to see more from Fracture, you can do so on their Twitter Account.
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