Luis (TerremotoQuake) presents a sleek and deadly armored personnel carrier called the Vector. In addition to the ultra-smooth tiled exterior, the interior is just as immaculate. But purists beware, this APC seats non-LEGO army soldiers, seemingly chosen to show the smaller-than-minifig-scale of the creation.
Especially when they’re inspired by Warhammer 40K.
CBLA has built a pirate mecha (right) to scale for minifigs, which makes excellent use of a Jack Stone skull piece for marking on the shoulder.
Mark has built a space marine (below) from the blood angels chapter to scale with a big Knight’s Kingdom head.
Zach has built a droid, called a manticore that’s so bizarre that I can’t look away. I always thought that a manticore was a lion with a human head and a scorpion’s tail. Instead, I’m looking at a droid that has two feet, and that’s where the similarity to anything in nature ends for me. That’s also why I like it, it’s so different from anything else out there. The technique using wing plates to make a curve is used here to great effect, and integrated quite well.
BZPower member The Zipper recently posted this “hornet-like creature” that you probably wouldn’t meet in your great aunt’s garden — not that you’d want to!
The Zipper’s design also gives her creature a look akin to a Zerg Mutalisk — another nasty beast whose acquaintance you’d best avoid.
Thanks for the link, Joey!
Alex Fojtik uses a rainbow of color accents on a black mecha frame to create one of the most unique mechas I’ve seen. He further added the chromatic stickers from the Mars Mission sets for a great effect.