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’ve long been an admirer of Jon Hall‘s understated dieselpunk style. Sand blue is a perfect color for military builds and nicely set off by white here. Careful use of custom graphics (and removal of some original printing) really finishes it.
A delightful little Nemo by nobu_tary.
Tyler has really outdone himself with this guy. Perfect scale and color blocking!
Clever shaping on this spider tank by Cole Blaq.
An impressively organic piece by Paul Vermeesch.
billyburg really hit the spot with this little bit of neo-classic space goodness!
I’m loving the use of gears on this little mecha by Marco Marozzi!
ska2d2 has built another great diespunk flyer.
The brick-built striping and all those engine details! A great fighter by Sylon-tw.
zi zy is the master of these little mecha, constantly innovative and surprising. I love the tracked heels!
What a great crab-like mecha here by Benjamin Cheh Creations.
Lu Sim really knocked it out of the park with this menacing black mecha. The translucent flourescent orange highlights really work!
I mean, just look at those awesome swords!
Moko‘s latest mech is full of crunchy detail!
Another ska2d2‘s dieselpunk flying machines, this time in a racing red.
Just the essence of a walking tank, nicely distilled by P. B.
A sweet microscale space freighter from Shannon.
It’s the latest Iron Builder entry from Nannan and I love the muted tones and mini-golf!
Jon Hall [flickr] -Jon creates amazing aircraft. His highly detailed and imaginative MOCs are well worth the study.