According to Jerac, the steering wheel turns the wheels of his 1950s racer, and the Technic fig has plenty of leg room. I love the silver spokes on the wheels.
Jarek (aka Jerac) presents another impressive addition to his fleet of microscale spaceships. This one’s a second version of his original Behemoth gas miner, now called the Behemoth II. According to the builder, the ship “features hangar, detacheable containers and… detacheable details if held incorrectly :>”
This creature, dubbed Black Mechos, is just creepy. Kudos to you Jerac! Excellent work.
It looks a little like an X-wing crossed with an obelisk, but Jerac‘s latest steampunk flyer is pretty nifty.
First of, sorry everyone (readers, Andrew, Josh, Nathan, mother, santa) for not bringing you space the past week and a half or so. Real life is getting in the way, with one switch of apartment just done and the second one coming up in two weeks. Until I’m all settled down I might have to Continue reading →
Brickshelfer and Classic-Spacer Jerac posted something so cool I can’t help posting it. (Sorry Linus!) Jerac calls it a “Corviwurm,” but it looks very much like a Zerg Mutalisk (which he acknowledges in his CSF post): Add to Del.icio.us | Digg It | Furl It Technorati tags: LEGO Space Video Games StarCraft Zerg Jerac Brickshelf
Classic-Spacer Jerac (who, it turns out, isn’t Swiss after all) has posted another awesome entry in his fleet of micro-scale Swiss-themed space ships, the Titan freighter (click for gallery): The awesome bridge: A smaller container that slides in and out of the freighter (labeled “7″), which clamps onto the bigger, black container shown in the Continue reading →
I’m really enjoying the recent surge in micro-scale building (mainly in the Space community, though SEALUG member Justin Major showed off a really awesome modular city at this month’s meeting — should’ve taken pictures). Classic-Spacer Jerac (Jerrec on Brickshelf) posted a micro medical frigate titled Grigorij Rasputin earlier this morning: Here’s the Rasputin assisting another Continue reading →
Jarek‘s sci-fi vehicles have some of the smoothest contours I’ve seen, and his latest starfighter is no exception. Take note of how well those wedge plates complement the flow of the cement mixer half cylinders.
Polish builder Jarek brings us this completely crazy and awesome trio of bio-mechanical exoskeletal creatures. He says he built them off-the-cuff as a break from another model, but you’d never be able to tell, since they’re packed with fantastic details and clever techniques.