There is something so lovely about yellow lift arms, resting perfectly at the intersection of LEGO and industrial design. This motorized rover by David Roberts not only looks cool, but has a novel method of locomotion. Make sure to click-through and check it out!
I love this style of four-wide vehicles. They’re an impractical scale, but builders like de-marco produce these lovely little cars that look so charming beside minifigs.
The mix of warm gold and bright bluish green is amazing in this mecha model. Omar Gonzalez manages to balance the complex color blocking and parts usage to create a lovely ornate texture.
This speeder by Tammo S. is full of amazing curves. I mean, really, just study the way they some together and let it improve your own builds!
One of my favorite things to build in microscale is landscaping. I love all the trees and greenery. I’ve been trying to expand my repertoire and develop some reference content for other builders, so how about I build a 100 different trees! Continue reading First 20 Trees
Check out this awesome retro-futuristic flying van by Alice Dee. It may be a render, but it makes me want to break out the bricks and see if I can make one for myself!
I love the details on this pair of ships by Luis Peña. It was the planes that really pulled me in, make sure to click-through to see some larger images.
The super clean lines and bold color blocking on this little plane are delicious. I’d love to see more aircraft models like this one by Red Spacecat.
Shannon Sproule nailed the implied motion in this gangly robot. The subtle asymmetry and restrained use of color are just icing on the hard surface cake.
I really like the BrickHeadz line, so when builders extend the existing models with builds like this it really works for me. jp_velociraptor did a fantastic job of translating the BttF time machine to this chibi-scale!