Thursday, January 13, 2011

Crafty Rockman EXE Operator Sculptures

It's not very often we saw artwork -- sculptures, namely -- inspired by the human characters that populate the Mega Man universe. Deviant-artist EnzanEXE set forth to change that: designing a series of highly detailed sculpts based off of some of the more popular, human characters of the Rockman.EXE series; Operators Netto (Lan), Enzan (Chaud) and Laika (Raika).

According to the sculptor, the models were made over a period of three work nights: Fifteen hours per model, and an additional five hours for painting and detailing. The final products sit roughly at four to five inches; standing up, however, they measure in at about nine inches.

Pretty cool, wouldn't you say? So, what does the future hold? Next time around, Enzan's considering tackle a Navi -- Forte.EXE (Bass), possible. What's more, she's also looking at sculpting Gospel (which, I personally, would love to see) and Cross Fusion versions of the above sculpts.

For more images and a peek at Enzan's other work, bounce on over to her Deviant-Art page right here.


  1. I prefer the human characters of EXE far more than the Net Navis. That's why I love the anime so much. And clearly Capcom noticed there was a lot of fascination in humans turning into Mega Man-esque characters, hence ZX and Star Force. But EXE had some of the coolest human characters ever, especially the trio in these sculptures.

  2. Saw these over on REO. They look awesome!

    Who tipped you on this, Protodude?

  3. Rockman next, please.

  4. @Steven: You didn't like the Navis? Why not? I liked the Navis because they somehow seemed more human than past Megaman characters.

    I wasn't the biggest fan of Cross Fusion though.

  5. These are really accurate. Very nice work.

  6. MegaMan.EXE, ProtoMan.EXE and SearchMan.EXE are my favorites, coincidentally.


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