This striking SHIP has it all: color-blocking, unusual shaping, subtle asymmetry. Chris Perron has outdone himself with this lovely model.
This model is simply breath-taking! Spencer_R has built a micro-scale masterpiece. Make sure to click through for all the photos.
Wow! Such a perfect departure from the over-used browns in most steampunk builds. Markus Ronge really captures the Victorian decadence!
An awesome reimagining of a classic Alpha Team set. The color blocking and throwback elements are good, but where Chris Perron really shines is the sculpting, with curved and angular elements working together perfectly!
This unusual build has an unusual bio-mechanical vibe that contradict its boxy nature. Shannon Sproule‘s builds often have these strange vibes.
I’m a huge fan of brightly colored builds like this amazing mecha. Moko is an extremely talented builder and I always look forward to new creations.
Dieselpunk aircraft like this are a small but interesting niche in the AFOL scene. Ted Andes has a lot of great details going on with this funky little plane!
I’m loving this chibi battleship by Thomas of Tortuga. He takes full advantage of digital building for clever parts usage in unusual colors.
Kelvin Low‘s signature style is in full effect with this new mecha. A sweet mix of system and technic elements complement the chunky look and the color blocking is on point!
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!