FaZe Clan's Tfue is the latest Fortnite player to have a reconstruction of his face made in Fortnite's creative mode, and the streamer was very impressed by the work.
The trend of recreating the faces of popular players and streamers in Fortnite Creative began after this remarkable sculpture of Ninja, which got the ball rolling.
Using thousands of blocks with different colors for shading, players can make incredibly detailed structures, although it does take a considerable amount of time.
In the case of Ninja's sculpture, the creator @Sxvxn showed a time lapse so that people could appreciate just how long it took, although with the creation of Tfue we only get to see the finished product.
The size of the sculpture and level of detail on is ridiculous, and the creator explains in the video's description that it took "20-25 hours" to complete, using approximately 30,000 blocks.
Tfue couldn'e believe it, saying "This man was making my face for 25 hours straight. That's crazy, imagine dedicating 25 hours just to make someone's face."
The creation of Ninja's face was vertical, rather than horizontal, meaning it could fit into the square area known as the 'Block', where fan made submissions are added to the game.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like this creation of Tfue would fit into the square area given for the block, so it's unlikely it ever gets featured.
The same creator also made their own version of Ninja in Fortnite creative, which you can see below.
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