Check out this cool Tron/Star Wars mash-up! Shannon Sproule managed to capture the Tron aesthetic while maintaining a recognizable Star Wars silhouette. Awesome!
Check out the cool shockwave effect that -SuspendedAnimation- used for this mecha’s weapon. A ton of great texture packed into this tiny mecha.
I really like de-marco‘s world of adorable 4-wide cars. It is almost enough to get me to build town, just to have the excuse to build so many of them. As usual, if you click through, you’ll find a link to his youtube tutorial.
I love a chunky, dieselpunk fighter plane, and this one by Sylon-tw is a doozy! The brick-built color blocking is excellent, as is the parts usage.
Having spent some of my childhood in Japan, I have a soft spot for Doraemon. This lovely model by CINDY SU uses a few custom elements to great effect!
Mitsuru Nikaido rarely disappoints, with his greebly signature style. This super-posable mecha is packed with detail!
It’s the creepy season, but John Cheng‘s latest model isn’t out to scare. I really like the way that the zombies bright colors pop against the muted tones of the grave!
With the arrival of official Overwatch sets, I’m glad to see that builders like ZiO Chao are still putting their own spin on the popular game. This Bastion captures the chunky style perfectly.
Deviating from his usual fare, Kelvin Low has produced the towering beast. The scale and sense of menace in the pose is so good!
The clean lines on this keep really stand out for me. Ayrlego managed to create perfect contrasts between the various materials and pack in the details.