Set in the world of Front Mission, Left Alive puts you in the perspectives of several survivors hiding behind enemy troops and mechs while trying to get out of a war-torn country.

I’ve always felt that there had to be a better way to display my builds during public events. I thought maybe putting some builds on top of a rotating base would be a great way to do this and thus the hunt for the ideal rotating base began. 

So I’ve finally started using my Foldio 3 and so far I’m loving the upgrade from my Foldio 2 which is what I’ve been using for all of my mech models since 2016.

Episode 1 of my video blog series is now up! 😀 In this episode, I talk about the Hero Factory Leg Extender piece and how it’s used for my mech building, tackling issues on leg and hip stability and a little on leg design. There’s also some discussion involving a 4×4 wedge, using 1×1 round bricks vs a 1L Technic connector, and lastly a little bit on that 1×2 plate with 45 degree slope on one stud.

If there’s something about the mechs Omar Gonzales (a.k.a. Chokolat Shadow) builds, it’s that they’re always excellently built with an amazing color palette and a fine attention to detail. His newest mech named the Queen of Hearts is the first of a series of builds entitled “Royal Flush” and is themed along the 4 houses of playing cards.

Omar “Chokolat Shadow” Gonzales is back with another amazing mech design, this time exploring his own frame with a fresh color scheme.

An amazing new mech build from Omar Gonzales featuring his usage of the Mech Wars reFrame, with his signature applied to it.

Moko does it again with his LEGO super deformed version of Nemesis Prime! Excellently built and accurate, this build just has Moko’s name all over it.

First LEGO mech review of 2016! JAN LEGO’s P-4 mech minifig scale mech build has a really nice overall design, sweet color scheme, and lots of delicious eye candy details all over.