If I didn’t have a fear of swimming (or heights), a ride on Ted Ande’s futuristic skiff Rhapsody sounds just peachy. I always enjoy seeing builders try to incorporate Technic pieces into their MOCS, and it’s especially well done in this one. I also dig the floorboard texturing.
I really dig this futuristic yet totally retro space taxi by builder ericteo_98, it looks like something right out of a movie. How awesome would it be to see this gliding through the sky against a sci-fi cityscape, dutifully delivering passengers to places we can only dream of. Of course this is the future, so the prices will be crazy too, but maybe the floor wouldn’t be nearly as sticky due to advanced material sciences (who am I kidding, we can’t have nice things).
When I see a spectacular futuristic micro metropolis like this one from builder Didier Burtin my first instinct is to build an enclosure, smoke it up, light it carefully and use a real-time motion control setup with a snorkel lens to do some Blade Runner type sleeping flyovers, doesn’t everybody?
Can you hear the horns in the distance? Fell the adrenaline in the air? That's right, it's time for the hunt. And the last thing you want to be hunting you is this lean, mean, killing machine by rockmonster2000. He is feared by all, worshiped by many, is a relic of anicent times, and has only ever been known by one name: the Harbinger of the Hunt.
I don't know if there's such a thing as FutureElegant (did I just make that up?) but this gorgeous motorcycle from builder Vince_Toulouse looks both retro and futuristic, steampunk and modern. It's a hard to define blend of styles that work so well I'm just going to not try. I'll just enjoy it for what it is, lovely.
I love when I'm scrolling through my Flickr feed and a MOC makes me stop and go "how the heck..." This incredible micro scale metropolis of the future by lisqr had that exact effect this morning. Even after staring at the photos I'm not certain how this was accomplished. I mean it's obvious it's a series of decorated wedges, but it's so irregular and at the same time patterned and predictable. I think my brain just melted.