Mitsuru Nikaido is so good at biomechanical forms like this robot t-rex.
Gamabomb‘s industrial style works just as well in monochrome with this chunky mech.
As Febrovery winds down, yet another goofy neo-classic rover from billyburg.
I’m loving this speeder bike by Adam Dodge, especially with the mouse pilot.
Omar Gonzalez has updated some of his gorgeous racing mecha to use the new battlesuit cockpit.
Such a great little chibi elephant by Calvin Sun.
Such a brilliant use of this new plate by Cecilie Fritzvold.
Omar Gonzalez really outdid himself with this mecha.
billburg‘s latest rover is awefully meta.
Cecille Fritzvold is killing it in the latest Iron Builder challenge!
This retro build by F@bz is one of my favorites from Febrovery so far. I especially like the repeated visual elements.
The Backward One has a lovely attention to detail on these naval renders.
This fighter by Buck has a ethereal quality that is nicely complemented by the white.
This whimsical little rover from billyburg is the perfect Febrovery build.
Andrea Chiapella built this lanky mecha with classic Rick Dom touches.
Cole Blaq‘s clean style is beautifully showcased in this hulking think tank.
This aptly named bot has an air of wonderful chaos. Built by Aaron Williams.
I have a soft spot for Bionicle builds, like this one by Djokson.
Lu Sim gives us another superb mecha, this time in sand blue.
Gamabomb‘s distinctive style and use of color is showcased in this hardsuit.
It is a rare car model that catches my eye, but this upscaled hot rod by Aliencat! is pretty great.
This Titanfall mech by Kelvin Low is picture perfect.
Moko‘s builds are always impressive, but this fiery mecha really outdoes itself!
I really like this pair of chunky mecha by markwisski.
This pair of busts really showcase Tyler‘s style. So much character in the brick.
I come and go on neo-classic space builds, but this station by Damien Labrousse is just excellent.
A lovely interpretation of one of my favorite games by Melan-E.
Omar Gonzalez is constantly refining and improving his models, but this one is a real head turner.
Such a nice sense of scale and mass in this Megacity One model by Shannon Sproule.