Graham Dewhurst has been hitting Bricklink hard down under, and has made this awesome hangar...
Featuring some of his newer ships:
And some old friends:
I look forward to the next phase of this diorama. Great stuff Graham!
Thomas has been keeping the NCS flame alive, producing a series of great models since our last update.
The ground crew sphere walker is ready to roll.
Thomas keeps the ball rolling with the Omaron - excellent use of spheres.
This speeder is another fine looking piece of hardware.
The Beguna is a wonderfully eye-catching model. Such bold shaping and strong design. Awesome work, Thomas!
Take a look at this beauty from James Shields. We've been following the secret progress of this model for many months. Now that it's finished, it doesn't disappoint.
Nobody knows quite why the Ugokin war started, but all attempts at finding a diplomatic resolution met with disaster. The war was proving long and bloody, and with the Ugokin almost never retreating, and self-destructing rather than surrendering, any victories came at a heavy price.
The first major break for the Federation came at the battle of Solice IV. Although hardly more than a skirmish in militaristic terms, it was the capture of a Ugokin "Hunter" class starfighter intact that allowed Federation scientists to decode secrets about the Ugokin spacecraft that are still classified today.
Check out this little beauty by flickr user Monkfish44. Monkfish is a TFOL and lives in the UK... hopefully he'll join Brickish soon, and we can get a closer look at his excellent robots and spaceships.
Check out the rest of his gallery here.
This fantastic small starfighter by James really looks the business.
The retro box art is fantastic. Check out the rest of the pictures here.
Nice work James!
I know very little about Chad Smith.
He posted a single beautiful model in 2006 and returned to the relative obscurity of his Lego train club. The ship was a major inspiration for me, and helped refine the parameters of the Neo-Classic Space project.
Have a look at his gallery. The smooth, sideways construction is excellent, and there's some elegant landing gear on the flip side.
Come back to us, Chad! This picture wouldn't look anywhere near as good if you were holding a train!