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“Abraham Tucker” by McZargald February 27, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Military, Science Fiction, Space, Starfighters.
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gunner class: “Abraham Tucker”, originally uploaded by McZargåld.

Flickr user McZargald shows us what he’s got with this incredible, unorthodox starfighter which, quite frankly, simply blew me away. I’m loving the cockpit; and the ship has a very interesting shape. Impressive work all around.

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Dr. X does it again with the Baxis GX-C February 25, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Military, Science Fiction, Space, Starfighters.
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Baxis GX-C

Originally uploaded by Dr. X.

The Baxis GX-C is apparently one of the best selling gunships on the market. Easy to believe… who wouldn’t want to buy this sweet ship?

:o February 24, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Near-Future, Racing, Science Fiction.
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Rabadillo….. Again, originally uploaded by ((Primus)).

I rarely feature Bionicle, but this thing by Primus was just so awesome I couldn’t resist.

Gunship February 22, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Military, Near-Future, Science Fiction.
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Gunship 1, originally uploaded by steelharbingerofdeath.

Jamie, or Steelharbingerofdeath on Flickr, built this awesome helicopter inspired by some of Chuck Citrin’s MOCs. I’m a big fan of all the crazy SNOT work going on around the cockpit area.

(Via Brothers Brick.)

The Royal Applery February 21, 2009

Posted by monkfish44 in Uncategorized.
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The Royal Applery, originally uploaded by Erdbeereis1.

Another awesome entry to the Job Muller contest on Classic-Castle.

Dwarven Rollercoaster by Slyowl February 21, 2009

Posted by Nathan in Castle, Classic Themes, Fantasy, Historical, Humor.
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Dwarven Rollercoaster
Originally uploaded by SlyOwl

Barney puts a creative twist on the Renaissance Fair concept to make this pair of dioramas depicting the an anachronistic rollercoaster built at a medieval carnival – an alternative source for Dwarfish income as well as an alternate use for their excavation skills. Be sure to check out the other half of the scene on flickr, perhaps built together for Classic-Clastle’s Job Müller contest.

The Ivory Lotus February 20, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Science Fiction, Space, Starfighters.
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The Ivory Lotus

Originally uploaded by Crimson Wolf

Between it’s highly original shape, skeletal-yet-strong appearance and lovely use of lime, Crimson Wolf’s Ivory Lotus is a definite winner.

Spontaneous Portal Generator Prototype II February 18, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Science Fiction.
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Spontaneous Portal Generator Prototype II, originally uploaded by Neaku.

Flickr builder Neaku brings us this fantastic Bionicle-Lego replica of the “portal gun” from the hit video game Portal.

A Shift in priorites February 17, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Near-Future, Racing, Science Fiction.
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Shift

Originally uploaded by ѕроок

There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who like Spook, and those who haven’t heard of him yet. He reminds us why with this nifty motorcycle/moped/thing.

Farthest Star February 16, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Science Fiction.
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Farthest Star, originally uploaded by Tekka Croe.

Flickr builder Tekka Croe brings us this nifty little junk-freighter in the style of such favorites as Star Wars’ Millenium Falcon, which happens to be chock-full of nifty building techniques. I’m particularly fond of the air intake on the left side. Nice parts use indeed.