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!
We've all seen many LEGO space rovers. We've featured almost just as many here on BrickNerd. The designs of these rovers get more advanced, more sleek, and overall better-built each year with the release of new parts. Though people attempt to come up with new wheel designs, so many of them don't stand out. However, this rover by Legonardo Davidy shows us an incredible wheel design on this new rover. And guess what? It uses simple, old parts! Super cool work put into this model.
Another wonderful sci-fi vehicle created by Sad Brick. This is possibly my favorite spacecraft that I've seen done by this builder, mostly because of its sleek craftsmanship. The different light gray elements incorporated into the main body of the rover are connected in interesting ways. The flexible tubing on each side fits perfectly with the windscreen very well, giving it even more intricate curvature. And lastly, it's always great to see a terrain scene to display such fascinating vehicles! Would you drive this craft? I would!
There seems to be a sudden wave of many amazing micro and nano scale creations in the past few months. This miniature (yet mighty) space rover is a wonderful addition! Builder Sad Brick has created a rover that is so unique, but incredibly realistic at the same time. I would definitely cruise around in a full size version of this adorable little build!
Check out this nifty starfighter by F@bz. Certainly a unique design combining both armored bulk and lightweight airfoils. Gotta love the use of those skateboard ramps in the nose assembly. It even carries a little rover in the back. Swooshable and practical, a winning combination!
Not sure why the driver looks so perturbed, must have been a rough landing...