The Steam Wars Contest at FBTBForums has finally come to an end, and the winner is Mark Stafford’s LEGO Steampunk Naboo Fighter, aka Royal Naboo Air Force 1. Some of the other builds we featured also placed. Congratulations to all, and thanks for the great eye candy!
The FBTBForums.net have spoken, and they’ve picked who goes on to the final round. The top five will be picked by the moderators and then put up for a final vote. Jabba’s Steampunk Barge by ACPin, above, was one of the top picks.
Yesterday was the final deadline for the FBTBForums’ LEGO Steam Wars contest. Behold the entries! Above, an impressive latecomer: General Greeves’ Amazing Wheel Bike by “Big Daddy” Nelson. Who are your picks for the winners?
Björn Hurri has a number of great steampunk Star Wars drawings he’s sharing over at Gorilla Artfare. I was pretty impressed with his Yoda (clickthrough for the whole thing) and Leia, but there’s plenty more and they’re all fantastic: C-3P0, a jawa, a speeder bike, Jabba the Hutt, Fett, a stormtrooper, Chewbacca, Yoda, Han and …
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Sillof, the man who brought us the Steampunk Justice League, tackles Star Wars with his latest batch of customs. (via)
The Star Wars Lego fanatics at the From Bricks to Bothans forums are having a Steam Wars vehicle contest. No actual entries have been posted yet – the one in the pic above is used as an example – so keep an eye out. (via Neatorama, who also link X-Wing origami.)
Sir Obi Wan Kenobi is the latest in the fan art mashup series that has rocked the web. Also new(ish) are desktops of the first four in the series.
Eric Poulton has moved on from characters to the Death Star; or rather, the “Massive Solar-Orbiting Electro-Mechanical Analytic Engine, Mark 6,” an “immense analytic engine.”
These three pieces by artist Eric Poulton are taking the internet by storm this week, and with good reason. Nifty, huh? Click the thumbs to see them in their full glory.
The fan documentary Looking for Leia is looking for backers. With only 7 days left in their Kickstarter campaign, they still need more than $8,000 to meet their goal. The documentary is covering fans of all ages and walks of life: We’re featuring an intergenerational and culturally diverse group of female fans, as well as …
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