//Builders that have heavily influenced me: Sugegasa - This guy's work really deserves a second glance. He inspired me to really think outside the box when I'm building, and completely changed my views on humanoid robotics, which switched from 'absolute hatred' to 'awesome'. Brian Kescenovitz - Aside from his great name, Brian has an awesome building style, that I would love to emulate but cannot, due to a severe shortage of dark-bley. Also, his creations nearly convinced me to add color to my stuff, which is saying something. Keith Goldman - Anything larger then a certain size is probably influenced by this guy. Peter L Morris - Observation of Peter's creations can reveal the mysteries of SNOT. It worked for me. Magnus Lauglo - Although I'm trying to avoid making my stuff look to much like the modern military (I tend to build with the future in mind), Magnus' work has helped me understand ground vehicles. Plus he has great suspension systems.
//Great Builders that may or may not have inspired me: Kwi-Chang - Asian mech builder. squieu - A Japanese mech builder, who specializes in very small creations that make heavy use of clips. izzo - Another Japanese mech builder. Do you sense a pattern? Moko - A multitheme Japanese builder.