We have absolutely no idea why there is a life-size Sarah Louise Kerrigan creation from StarCraft II, but all we can say is kudos to the individuals who created it. Geeks don’t need excuses for random acts of supreme awesomeness, and this seems like a good starts to a perfect….6 months I would imagine or however long it took to create something so detailed. At first glance, the extremely lifelike version of Kerrigan appears to be a cosplayer with layers of makeup and prosthetics. We have searched the internet far and wide, but there seems to be no explanation why this sculpture exists. The pics are dated as far back as five years, so for those of you who haven’t seen it, feast your eyes on one of the most detailed gaming character statues we have ever seen.
If by any change you have missed out on the best 600 hours of your life, here are some details about the major character and a predominant antagonist in Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft series of video games and novels (courtesy of starcraft.wikia.com)
Sarah Louise Kerrigan was a psychic terran female. She began her career as a Confederate ghost and later became the second-in-command of the Sons of Korhal. Following Arcturus Mengsk’s betrayal, she was captured and infested by the Zerg Swarm, ultimately becoming the self-proclaimedQueen of Blades and leader of the Swarm.
This life-size StarCraft Sarah Kerrigan sculpture will blow your mind. Check out the creation of the amazing sculpture: