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Steampunk Walker Mecha Tank is the Coolest Thing Ever March 28, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Armor, Fantasy, Military, Steampunk.
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Steampunk Walker Mecha Tank, originally uploaded by [jaster].

This tank by Matt Hamann (known as Jaster on flickr) looks pretty incredible, and is probably blogworthy just as a build, and the extremely impressive walking feature is just icing on the cake. All in all, a great piece of work.

Via the illustrious Brothers Brick.


All Terrain Assault Vehicle March 28, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Armor, Military, Near-Future, Science Fiction.
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All Terrain Assault Vehicle (ATAV), originally uploaded by Alex E.2.

I’m not sure if the builder of this awesome little All Terrain Assault Vehicle (flickr user Alex E.2) is a TFOL or not, but the MOC was just so slick it deserved some blog love regardless.

Radar Rover March 26, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Classic Themes, Science Fiction, Space.

Radar Rover

Originally uploaded by Chrispockst

Chrispockster’s Radar Rover is perfect. ‘Nuff said.

BluJaye RS-13 Starfighter March 25, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Military, Science Fiction, Space, Starfighters.
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BluJaye RS-13 Starfighter

Originally uploaded by exotrator

ExoTrator came “back from hibernation” to Show Us What He’s Got– and I’m glad of it, because what he’s got is more than impressive!

This compact BluJaye fighter has a lot going for it, but I particularly like the cockpit and the engines- not to mention the colours.

Maintenance Bot 09 March 23, 2009

Posted by Hawk in Hardsuits, Mecha, Science Fiction, Space.

Maintenance Bot 09, originally uploaded by gIadius.

Lukas Winklerprins (gladius on Flickr) built this sweet little mech for MechaHub’s Civilian Mecha Contest, and boy, is it awesome. I’m really loving that pneumatic thing slung over the mech’s shoulder.

Lair of the Bare-Chested Bandits March 23, 2009

Posted by monkfish44 in Pirates, Uncategorized.
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Lair of the Bare-Chested Bandits, originally uploaded by Erdbeereis1.

Philip Stark AKA ErdBeereis1 has built this amazing creation, and well, there isn’t much to say about it that it doesn’t already say for itself.

Via TBB.

Murder at the museum… March 23, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Modern, Town.
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Originally uploaded by remyth

Remyth excellently illustrates a murder scene on the sidewalk of an extremely gorgeous museum. While I love the caution tape around the body, my eyes are drawn to the museum itself, and architectural beauty and chock full of great details.

Better still, it’s also compatible with Green Grocer and the other modular LEGO town sets.

Alvin T. ca. 1994 March 19, 2009

Posted by Nathan in Classic Themes, LEGO Photography, Modern, Town.
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This developing aficionado of urban cityscape, at94, definitely deserves a spotlight here on our blog. With talent beyond his years, he’s produced a few notable structures of pastel color in the recent past including the brownstone building seen to the right and the ramshackle warehouse/bridge below.


Spacie 11 is a genius. March 16, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Classic Themes, Military, Science Fiction, Space, Starfighters.
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Harbinger DBS1 mobile missile pad

Originally uploaded by spacie 11

I could easily have blogged almost any of Spacie 11‘s great builds, but in the end I chose the Harbinger DBS1 mobile missile pad for it’s great blend of looks and functionality. See also the video of it in action, and once you’re done with that, be sure to check out some of their other builds- like the LL-259 training craft, or the VH-1000 cargo VTOL..

Tortilla? Nay, Tortuga! March 14, 2009

Posted by shadowviking in Classic Themes, Historical, Pirates.
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Tortuga? Aye, Tortuga!

Originally uploaded by SlyOwl

Apologies for the title…

SlyOwl’s latest diorama is packed with details as usual, but what really caught my eye is the base. Brilliant.