The latest odd and awesome spaceship from Rob (dasnewten) is this unconventional “light fighter/reconnaissance type” vehicle. As different and equally cool as they both are, this could almost be from the same space force as Joel Larsson’s Sleipnir.
Rob (Dasnewten) has built a gorgeous gunship inspired by ships in Homeworld: With brick-built numbers, tank treads on the cannon, and truly complex SNOT on the cockpit, Rob’s gunship is an amazing LEGO creation. The fact that it’s inspired by Homeworld is just a minor bonus. Best tip of the week, Carter!
We’ve blogged Rob Dasnewten here many times. One of my favourite non-LEGO blogs, the accurately named Concept Ships, has gone one step further and published an excellent roundup of his work. Nice work, Rob. The ship pictured above is Rob’s latest: the GP-21 Shrike.
Rob presents a small, brilliantly designed fighter: The custom stickers add great detail to an already excellent model reminiscent of World War II fighters.
DasNewten tries his hand at a style reminiscent of nnenn‘s microscale ships. And I say he succeeded rather nicely. Just one picture doesn’t do this little beauty justice, so click the photo above to check out more on Flickr.
A while ago Rob M, or Dasnewten, revealed a good-looking fighter, fantastic in its dark grey glory: It’s a beauty to be sure, and he even made a few variations on it. I like them all – Rob really shows that a good design can be pulled off in several colour schemes: And then, just Continue reading →
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