Chris Doyle has a great example entry, “Late 1980’s Romantic Comedy Armor”. Ha!
(Custom torso and M4/M16 rifle by BrickArms.)
Any update to Michael Jasper‘s Brickshelf gallery is a must-see. His latest batch of tiny, ingenious creations include a diversity of wonderful families with prams and strollers.
Nathan Proudlove has mainly been building amazing hotrods and other vehicles lately, but that doesn’t mean he’s not also a talented space builder.
Nathan’s “Lucky Strike” cave racer is blocky and colorful on the front and round, spiky, and black in back. The contrast of color and shape is wonderful.
(Via the ever-vigilant Young Spacers.)
Japanese mecha master Kwi Chang (Brickshelf) recently won Izzo’s Sci-Fi Industrial Mecha Competition (English info here on TBB) with another excellent heavy industrial mech, illustrated here in a cool background.
When the dead rise from their graves to destroy the living, dark magic must be afoot (or it’s the solanum virus, but that’s a different story). Dave Lartigue illustrates one such incident in his “Assault on the Necromancer’s Tower” diorama. Here’s the tower:
The dead rise up!
Villagers fight back!
There’s lots more to see in Dave Lartigue’s photostream on Flickr.
If that’s not cool enough for ya (and it should be), the mecha has a separate “Lodestar Aerospace Booster”:
With squad after squad of great minifigs, Joz is clearly a man after my own heart. Unlike too many “army builders,” he peppers his multitudes with unique units like this pair of “Jump Jet Instructors”:
Here are my favorites:
Oh, and yes, that is a kangaroo in the CPKF Insignia. Nice.