Check out this heavy bomber by Sunder_59.
This house by betweenbrickwalls took my breath away.
Calin is a master of small car models, like this rusty muscle car.
The picture might not be great, but I love this samuai Brickhead by John Cheng.
Moko has done a terrific job with this figure. I particularly like the mandala.
This realistic spacecraft by Tim Zarki is really fantastic.
Omar Gonzalez finally beat Persona 5 and gifted us with this lovely model.
These monkey astronauts by LEGO 7 took me by surprise, but they are so full of detail.
A lovely new red mecha by zi zy, stunning for such a small model.
Another mouth-watering near future fighter, this time by Nate Rehm-Daly.
xiei22 has gorgeous fighter in orbit around Mars.
The skin on this model by Daniel Stoeffler is nothing short of brilliant.
I really like the military/industrial feel on this truck by Sunder_59.
space_e did a great job on this near future space fighter.
Carpet Lego has a sweet touch with these WWII armor.
Such great little space pods by David Roberts.
I love the Thomas the Space Train vibe on this mech by P. B.
These hardsuits by Carter have a great gritty feel.
The colors on Damien Labrousse‘s shipwreck take me back to the sci-fi book covers of my youth.
This hover-tank by KANICHUGA is sweet.
So many awesome details packed onto this pair of walking tanks by Carter.
Vince_Toulouse has a distinct, streamlined style, so evident here in this massive dieselpunk flier.
This near future space fighter by P. B. has an intense crunchiness that I just love.
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.
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.