Brickworld 2012 AFV round-up

BrickWorld WiC Tanks This year's BrickWorld saw an extensice lineup of especially well-crafted LEGO Armored Fighting Vehicles. The "cyberpunk" setting allotted these guys some creative license, there are enough flashy futuristic bits to make them stand out from the run-of-the-mill stuff that occupies much of the near-future military genre.
EAC Leviathan MBT Wyyven IFV Ignacio Bernaldez NATO "Demon" Main Battle Tank Carter Baldwin Cataphract MBT Peter Anderson (Shadow Viking) Jaguar IV Dragoon III Forest King (KingBrick)

Here's the same vehicles participating in a brikwars game, the venue is the Pennsylvania LEGO Users Group.

Under The Saharan Sun
Carter and Forest put together this gritty diorama, I took a moment to pose one of my Verticals for a good show.

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