M-Tron Global Viper armed drone (VV)

On of the things I admire about Shannon's stuff is his forsaking of "advanced" techniques as a gimmick in favor of things that actually look good.

SP1 CORRECTOR Vic Viper Patrol ship

He also does good with colors. Subtle asymmetry done right. Not to say that technique and design cannot be combined, as Rob "Dasnewten" shows:

Sarigar Ver. 1b


Rob just might be my favorite builder of anything space. Not too many colors, not to many shapes. Although I do prefer this particular model without the stand.

Speaking of colors, Wimbe incorporates the four main neutrals as well as two shades of red on this neat mech:

Catch the use of torsos on the shins.


Don Solo, whose diorama I featured previously, took some photos of the accompanying rover. See them here. It utilizes a cool technic assembly that raises and lowers the chassis.

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