This definitely isn’t your average Thomas the Tank Engine, this is Thomas the Tank Engine meets Mad Max and the apocalypse. The remote-controlled machine was devised by Japanese sculptor Y Nakajima who hacked the multi-legged Combat Creature in order to create post-apocalyptic Thomas.
Not only is it mobile, it can rotate and shoot a 300mW laser which can pop balloons and ignite matches. Who would’ve thought that Thomas the Tank Engine could look so gosh darn scary?! Yikes.
Nakajima used water-based acrylic paint to achieve the war-torn look
Death will come to you all
You can check out more of Nakajima’s work here. Don’t forget to give post-apocalyptic Thomas a thumbs up and a share with your friends on Facebook before you go.
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