I love a MOC that makes you look twice to determine it's scale. This medium assault cruiser by Rancorbait hits all the right proportions with larger bulky surfaces to smaller greebly bits. I think it's the careful use of a couple minifigure hands that gives it the right amount of small detail in it's silhouette, which is important for establishing scale. And the use of thinner parts like the flags for the front end and the panel creating the intake or docking bay on the side protrusions. Those help break up the chunky surfaces dictated by the thickness of standard bricks.
The space madness that is SHIPtember may be over, but beautiful craft continue to be revealed. This epic cruiser by builder VolumeX not only spans 137 by 62 studs, but boasts a truly staggering number of stickers: 438. It would be incredibly easy, especially when dealing with those kind of numbers, to overdo it on so many levels. But that's not the case here, this vessel is stunning front to back and top to bottom.
Here at BrickNerd we look back from time to time, even back to the 30's. Guy Himber brought us this charming and delightful cruiser. Sure there's some modified parts in there, but it's Guy, he's a perpetual tinkerer.