A while back, New Elementary put out a call for participants in one of their Festivals of Parts. They are one of my favorite LEGO blogs and a solid influence on the way that I write about my hobby, so I jumped at the opportunity. I wasn’t alone in wanting to test my skills, so it was lovely to be chosen to receive a bag of Nexogons. Continue reading Coronae Softworks
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.
I am always delighted by the humanity of Galaktek‘s models and this pair of bots on a hover scooter are no exception!
Bob DeQuatre really outdid himself with the brick-build designs on this fighter.
This over-the-top drider cyborg by LEGO 7 has a bit of everything.
I really like these handsome brownstones by Barton Thinks.
Omar Gonzalez maintains a consistent style and quality with this latest mecha.
Normally, I don’t have much interest in starfighters, but these BlackTron models by Carter just hit the spot.
I am always impressed by Micah Berkoff‘s characters and his expressive use of constration and system.
ska2d2 just keeps rocking these microscale ships, capturing a balance of scale and detail.
I love the stripped down simplicity of this spaceship by Jacob Unterreiner.
It’s really the eyes that sell this mob of uber-Mixels by Andrew Lee.
The wargamer in me can’t help but like these models with color coded bases by John Stephens.
I haven’t been keeping up lately, but here’s some great finds!
nobu_tary knocks it out of the park with this lovely octopus man.
This slick little build by Magma guy just works.
This MaK-esque mech built by David Steeves is just screams.
This mini Homeworld fighter by Jacob Unterreiner is just 31 pieces of perfection.
Lu Sim never fails to impress with the mecha. Models like this make me want to get building.