Known as Novvember to those in the know, the month of November is all about hairy men building a ton of ships that all look the same.

Highlights from this year's event include but are not limited to:




It's funny, cause I have homework I should be doing. Hahaha. Wait no, that's not funny.



I know it's late, buddy, but I haven't forgotten. Chase, if you didn't all know, builds some pretty cool SPACE things. HERE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVOURITES.



By DeviantArt user Sketchboook:

And Phoenix-06:



I've been a fan of Martin's microspace, and his latest doesn't disappoint.

He demonstrates color control by managing to sneak in some dark red amidst the greys and the blue, and the textures give it a very "real" aesthetic. This particular model seems to show a leap forward in his photography and presentation as well.


It makes things go really, really fast.

By MOCpages username "Space Pirate" for a contest cooked up by Shannon Young. Also features some unbelievable crazy-good original ships:

Look at them curves.


Nathaniel Brill of MOCpages brings us a great subway station that's worth checking out.

No zombies, sorry.



Yeah, I built.

The Gungnir interceptor is designed to chase down and destroy priority targets. It does this with its heavy pulse cannon. For defense against other fighters, the Gungnir is also armed with two small turrets, sixteen missile tubes, and electronic countermeasures.



Yes, yes he does. And it is awesome.

Dave Sterling Vs. Crismo Giger

In round Six of the MOColympics over at mocpages.com .

Sterling won with his Life-Size NES:

...And matching controllers and "tetris" game pak.

However I did find Crismo Giger's entry more creative, he uses decorative technic pieces to mimic the backdrop of an old-skool shoot 'em up. It's refreshing in the sense that 99% of the Lego builds out there are built with the third dimension in mind.

Occasional driving force of the blog, self-proclaimed Lukas fanboy, and aspiring engineer, Jacob spends too much time building LEGO, not enough time practicing piano, and not nearly enough time doing school. He also enjoys long sentences. In the instance of blogging, he believes in quantity over quality, wherever quantity can be maintained.
One of the cofounders of YSAB, and the founder of YSA, Observing Mike actually being productive is a rare occasion. Mike enjoys making outlandish claims in relation to actually building, pretending he's actually sorting his collection, and making excuses for why he hasn't photographed his MOCs. In his free time he enjoys learning CSS from Spook, photography and poking badgers with spoons.
Occasional builder, occasional blogger, and full-time procrastinator. That's really the only way to describe Dean. He rarely gets anything done, but is a very active lurker. He's probably seen and liked your MOC, but just forgot he had a blog.
Erik is still a teenager.
Lukas is tall, blond, mildly OCD, and doesn't build nearly enough as he would like to, thanks to school. He has a webpage.
Spook (Tim)
The resident codemonkey and graphics person. If something isn't working correctly, it's probably his fault. Fitting to his name, he doesn't post often, but someone has to do this stuff too, right? Spook does build with laygoes, and has his own blog as well.