TFDesigns has been rolling out some very interesting rover designs this month, including the one you see just below. This rover, for whatever reason, seems very playful to me (and certainly friendly). I think it's the choice of the bright colors that seem to call: "Come closer! I won't roll over you." This model also shows us that you don't need any truly specialty parts to make a solid rover, you just need a bit of creativity! Well done indeed!
With a new addition to his Ring Worlds collection, Inthert is back with an incredible model for his ongoing collection of Star Wars scenes. This particular scenario was shown in The Clone Wars TV series (RIP), where a Republic light cruiser flies underneath a Zygerrian slave facility in order to rescue the captives. This arc of episodes on the show was very interesting, and this model is just outstanding. Not only is the base provided with excellent detailing and an almost sinister appearance, but the cruiser is one of the most accurate ones I have seen. Simply excellent work. Inthert's ring worlds always make me geek out for a few minutes...
David Zambito took the classic TIE fighter cockpits and put them to good use in this other worldly colonization vignette. He integrated them so well, to the point that you almost couldn't see them as anything but a glass dome on an another world. These microscale colonization style builds are a rather popular idea, and David added another great one to the mix. The terrain color choice really pops, drawing you into see this build.
An example of wonderful photography, LEGO backgrounds, and excellent spacecraft building performed by Tim Goddard. What about that triangular landing pad, though? Very cool! The skilled shaping of the pad complements that even more strangely shaped craft that just got back from another cruise around the galaxy. Not sure why, but the shape of the craft reminds me of a firecracker.