We always love featuring crazy starfighter designs here on BrickNerd, and you the builders never seem to run out of ideas. SweStar revealed his latest design of a rather large starfighter, incorporating a nice color combination and enough greebles to make any spaceship builder happy. Elegance meets science-fiction designs with this inspiring model.
Andreas Lenander continues to build excellent sci-fi models, the latest being this very starfighter that immediately caught my attention. Just look at those wings, with the incredible angles and the colors that grab your eyes' focus. There's so much subtle detailing in this model, which allows the ship to be sleek and greebly at the same time -- a rare combo.
When it comes to building starfighters these days, the stranger the better, as demonstrated here by dark-purple fan Chris Perron. Thanks to LEGO's Nexo Knights series, we have had several new curved elements introduced to the ever growing collection of our favorite plastic pieces. Several newer parts are used throughout this spacecraft, for example the dark purple curved panel elements that work miraculously well as...well...panels on this ship's body. Another great and unique starfighter to showcase here on BrickNerd, and I can't wait to see some more designs from Chris in the future!
Tim Goddard unleashes this new classic space starfighter on the galaxy! Check out the engine detailing in the rear, the greebling on the wings, and the smooth integration of the cockpit into the main body of the spaceship. Every year, we see more and more crazy spaceship designs using the classic theme that LEGO did years ago. Builders like Tim are doing a fabulous job at keeping this theme alive today.
The 2002 theme of Ice Planet inspired Sylon-tw to craft this spaceship that I'm sure could skate right through your planet's atmosphere. Though this little ship is compact, it looks like it would be pretty fast, zooming through the sky, patrolling the arctic area (or wherever it's been assigned). The intakes for the engine positioned on each side add a lot to the model, as well as the use of the fairly new cockpit/slope element in translucent orange. If you're in a cold environment, keep an eye out for this guy!
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...