ByKen McDonnell, writer at Creators.co
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Ken McDonnell

Steve Wang has been a part of the Hollywood scene for quite some time. He's perhaps most famous for his work on the 1984 classic Predator, as well as Gremlins 2: The New Batch, The Devil's Advocate and so much more. However, in recent years he's been doing a lot of sculpture work, a number of which has been in the gaming sphere.

In 2012 he designed a sculpture of Sarah Kerrigan (The Queen of Blades) from Blizzard's Starcraft II, which was placed at the Blizzard Entertainment Office in Versailles. He also made various statues of League of Legends characters, such as Tryndamere and Ryz. And now he's back with another creation, one that is sure to dazzle any fan of Riot Games' sensation. Actually, this is impressive regardless.

Steve Wang's Awesome New League of Legends Statue

"Wait, do Lucian's guns actually light up?" Yes, they do.

"Does the base of the statue actually have smoke effects?!" Yes, dear reader, it does.

"Wow." Yeah.

Steve Wang and his team put a tremendous amount of effort into the design of this sculpture and you can gain some insight into both the manpower and detail of this piece of art below. Let's take a tour.

He's kinda creepy without them eyes.
He's kinda creepy without them eyes.
Dat figure tho.
Dat figure tho.
This work seems pretty base-ic...
This work seems pretty base-ic...
"Hmm...should I give him nipples?"
"Hmm...should I give him nipples?"
Mate, something happened to your face.
Mate, something happened to your face.
Well, that's fucking awesome.
Well, that's fucking awesome.
LOOK AT ME GLOW!
LOOK AT ME GLOW!
Why does this look like chocolate?
Why does this look like chocolate?
Oh hey there, handsome!
Oh hey there, handsome!
Don't lose your head.
Don't lose your head.
Well done, team. Well done.
Well done, team. Well done.

Steve Wang's Other Gaming Statues

The badass Queen of Blades.
The badass Queen of Blades.
Nice locks.
Nice locks.
Dayum.
Dayum.
WOO, TRACEEEER!
WOO, TRACEEEER!

For more pictures of these characters and Steve Wong's work, head on over to his Facebook page and prepare to be amazed!

Which statue is your favorite?