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SPARTAN 2.5 Program


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A banner I made (isn't finished this will get a background maybe even become Infestation's teaser poster) for my article over at Halofanon about the SPARTAN 2.5 Program.

It was made before III too test the economical limits with reducing the chemical used in augmentation process for spartans. Removing only a few of the least important (one being lust :O I know!) 80 Spartans emerged from the program.
Unfortunately were all dieing as fast as SPARTAN IIs over the years.

Because 2.5 were essentially a prototype to even cheaper SPARTAN III program. They tested other selections with the spartans. Such as teams are larger and Given specific duties.
Every Team was also given a Letter named such as Alpha or Gamma. With 2 after them to signal they were spartans.

The Program began in 2531 and just like the II program abducted suitable children. But also set out and made false ads for families who couldn't take care of their child could give them up for a better life.

By 2553 the end of the war only 24 Spartans remain.
These here from left to right-

SPARTAN-063 Austin: Gamma 2, SPARTAN-089 Gary: Gamma 2, SPARTAN-042 Ryan: Whiskey 2

I tried a new style of coloring with them as well.


wheres all the muscle

the spartans on the sides have small waists and they all have small arms

cool but...

whats with the left arm

really good

but can you do more ODST pics i love them and they give me alot of insperation for my own


I really like how the CQB spartan came out
but thats just me

10/10 5/5



nice halo art, i was gonna say u should make a L4D picture but i saw u already have lol

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