No other title better describes what’s going on in this diorama by David Simmons. This is what happens when you’re out in a remote part of the galaxy and “a godless shape appears out of the blood red darkness, lurching with a sickening, yet inexorable slither towards our brave spacemen who stage a desperate but Continue reading →
Jordan Schwartz’s (SirNadroj) fascination with the Fabuland theme is spreading its presence to everywhere. His latest work encroaches upon two themes of my world: surrealism and black fantasy. The result is something dynamically hilarious in my opinion. Nice work Jordan, way to bring the Fabuland happiness plague to the dark realm of interdimensional and biomechanical Continue reading →
The Black Fantasy contest has just ended, and there are has been a myriad of entries, including a score of stunningly horrific creatures. The following highlights some of the amazing entries submitted towards the end of the contest. The Final Horror, by Dene Quest. Kermit the Destroyer, by Megan Rothrock. Howl of Lamentations Unending, by Continue reading →
Jordan Schwartz (aka Sir Nadroj) shows that the Black Fantasy biomechanical creature invasion knows no bounds. Check out his interpretation of a monstrer demolishing a colorful Russian cathedral to rubbles. What an interesting concept!
Justin Vaughn (aka Mainman), answered the call of my Black Fantasy contest and created a most horrific biomechanical creature, called the Wail of Echoes Eternal. Way to set the bar high Justin; this is top quality work. Meanwhile I’ll be eagerly looking forward to what other players will step up with.
Cole Blood shows us the last place in Middle Earth you’d want to be: a lone soldier in the way of the Ringwraiths.
Builder Spaceruner uses a mix of older and newer parts to create a Blacktron I ship that looks both fresh and mean.
One of the most important images captured in our lifetimes is recreated by Luis Peña — the M87 supermassive black hole, and it’s accompanied by an ALMA observatory antenna that helped take the picture.
Jon & Catherine Stead bring us a Blacktron-esque Classic Space laser mining vehicle that will make you feel like you are mining moon rock yourself!
Go “Blacktron to the Futuron” with this fully loaded dropship built by Jme Wheeler. When you see the landing gear unfold, you won’t want to mess around!
Moko’s chunky hardsuit is chock full of delightful details
This flashy rover by Frost is ready for business and pleasure