Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Blame it on the Boogie

CSF user Nannan Z bring's us an excellent MOC called the Guilty Light. Wonderful form, color and detail. I really like the engine. Extra points there.
The whole ships is supposed to be based on a BFG type photon cannon. And apparently, it shoots those annoying Barnacle spheres out at you. Playability +1.

Musical Influence: Jackson 5

Monday, August 13, 2007


Can you say clever parts usage? Excellent use of those cannon bolts. I've been messing with the cannons themselves, but I never tried anything with the bolts.

Peter Morris gives us this nifty MOC. I always enjoy his use of color, it breaks every rule in the book, but works so well. His work reminds me a bit of Dan Sibley's. Although Dan ususally controls his colors a bit more. More and more lately, I've been enjoying MOCs that break "The Rules" and still exceed at being awesome.

Musical Influence: Will "Big Willie" Smith

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Speaking Of Micro....

Nick pulls out a couple cool little ships.
Arpy also makes some cool models.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007


Uber-cool builder nnenn brings us this tiny little ship, proving his title as King O' the Micro
The scale it's built on is impressive, hard to make something that size look that good. The coolest thing about this MOC however, is this

How cool is that? a little rover/tank/SUV thing deploys out.

If nnenn is the king, then Andrew (aka Wintermute aka onosendai2600) Is pretty much the Duke of micro. Check out his latest, a station for all his little ships to dock at.

I'll make no claims as too where Moyblik and Snoikle are going. For now, I'm just postign on Snoikle cause it rocks yer socks.
Musical Inspiration: David Bowie