I didn't know about this man before, but I checked out his flickr account. His creations were more than breath taking, there was a perfection in any spaceship he built we could never reach. So, no real nenn, but a nice attempt on his unique style, good job! BTW I could do the photoshopping for you.
Very nice work. although it's really hard to replicate one of Nnenn's amazing ships, you did a fine job on this one. May he rest in peace. To tell you the truth I had no idea who he was until yesterday, His work is inspiring and I wish I would've known him before he passed away.
I can see how this is inspired by nnenn: the colours, the brick-built wings, the asymmetry. I must say that it does lack a bit in finesse or cleanliness to be really a nnenn though, but I guess that's where you see the hand of the master. Great job though!
@Eko: Your disrespectful. How could you say awesome to a death, all you can do is advertise you mocs, attention seeker, please rethink instead of asking for views.
Anyway RIP Nnenn, although I did'nt now him well, I did look at his mocs ever so often.
Very touching. Many of the Lego sci-fi community either knew or knew of nnenn, and all respected him but the most stalwart purists. For those not familiar, check the links that Neo-J has put up. You will be amazed and I am sure touched by the profound loss to this community.
Quoting-? E.K.O ? awesome!!!!! check out my stuff please! =D
I agree klay. How the heck could you say "Awesome!" to a post regarding and honoring the death of a great lego builder, as well as a father of two small children and a husband! It's either that you are morbid, or maybe you just like being disrespectful.