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  1. Kenneth-DK

    Tron Legacy Light Cycle

    First of all, this is not my design. It was designed by Jack Marquez, who was so kind to also provide instructions as how to build it :-) I took the liberty of using his instructions to build the Light Cycle, build a base for it and then added light to it, as it seemed the right thing to do, to really bring Jack’s Light Cycle to life. Adding light to my LEGO creations seems to be my thing ;-) I hope you all like it :-) Edit: Im sorry, Im having alot of trouble adding pictures, and even removing this big one that I only managed to add. Im aware that I should deep link from Flickr, but Im failing to get that to work too Please bear over with me and be kind and visit my Flickr account to see the Light Cycle lit up from the inside by LED lights
  2. This hover bike was built by Squidman in 2009 as part of payment for a debt to the Skull Twins, and was one of two nearly identical space hogs. The second bike had an inverted color scheme with mostly white instead of black and was called Ivory. The bike seen in this post is called Ebony, and is the last of it's kind, as the other skull twin and his bikes were swallowed by a black hole while trying to outrun the Space Police III forces around seven years ago. The bikes features two laser weapons around the skull ornament on the nose. This three-engine hover cycle is one of the fastest bikes in the Milky Way, seconded only to legendary "Rewind 3", which went so fast it broke the time barrier. So far, it hasn't showed up again, but that hasn't stopped bookies from taking bets stretching back past the last 100 years to next millennium (or two). One of the mysterious Skull Twins... no-one knows what's under the mask, with some saying that he has no face, just soul-piercing, glowing red eyes. The Ebony bike and it's Skull helmeted driver left our galaxy for the Andromeda galaxy due to law enforcement pressure in 2011, and upon his return in 2018 found the galaxy a much darker, more sinister place with the Space police IV dictatorship in place. Due to his disappearance in 2011, this skull twin was declared dead a long time ago and is using this legal void to commit a great many crimes. (The bike was remade into it's current form using only parts from the set, with the addition of the skull twin helmet, head, dark gray pants, a 2 x 2 DBG tile, and a 1 x 2 black plate. This list obviously does not include the white mini-figure stand! ) As usual, comments, questions and complaints are always welcome!
  3. I really like the two-seater TRON Legacy light runner MOD that was made by BrickBrosUK and posted on Brickset last week. I just love it's ingenuity and style while only using parts from TRON lightcycle set (number 21314). So, I made my own version and now, it even flies with a hover car modification. (AKA fold down wheels) It may be a far cry from the blue / orange bikes that was in the set, but I think with the new printed trans-red dish from the TIE micro fighter from this year's Star Wars range as tire rims, it could be even better when built in real life. The round 2x2 tiles in red are supposed to have this print. The diamond-like pieces are the car's headlights. The rear of the car while in driving mode. This vehicle has a steering wheel, something the original alternate model lacks due to part constraints. Flight mode, with the wheels turned down. This model would fit in rather nicely with my cyber punk models, although they are not set in the TRON universe. As usual, comments, questions and complaints are always welcome!
  4. I'm selling: 76053 Lego Batman Gotham City Cycle Chase - SOLD 70901 The Lego Batman Movie: Mr. Freeze Ice Attack - SOLD 30522 Batman in the Phantom Zone All are brand new in their factory sealed boxes/polybag. All are from a smoke-free, pet-free, mould-free, odour-free home. You can buy them separately or combined. Free UK P&P. 76053 and 70901 are £16 each (including UK P&P). 30522 is £5 (including UK P&P). And some parted out Nexo Knights vehicles and minifigures. They've never been touched. Interested in any of the above? Please PM me.
  5. I have a soft spot for the original TRON movie, seeing as it's exactly as old as I am ;) So it was my goal for a long time to build the iconic Light Cycle, and with the help of some custom lighting I finally have a working model: Photos & some reading:
  6. Originally designed for assault and infantry support, the M2-A Quarab is a maglev powered 2-wheel-drive cycle with optional weapon and supply mounts. Already built for a high power-to-weight ratio when unloaded, it was an obvious choice for conversion to a racing machine. Oh, the poster.... Couldn't resist, though it would have been better if I'd bothered to check the real one first. A Quarab is a breed of horse that is a cross breed of certain other types. With strong influences from Tron and Akira, this design is also a cross-breed of design ideas with my own personal touches mixed in. Handlebars and foot pedals. The front forks turn on an axle connected to the handlebars. Compliance photo: Thanks for looking. C&C welcome.
  7. IT - Overview by BMW_Indy, on Flickr "IT ... will change everything! We're going to have to redesign cities." Such was the hype surrounding the introduction of "IT", a futuristic vehicle featured in the hilarious 5th season South Park episode "The Entity." "IT" may have been inspired by singer Enrique Iglesias, but it was really lampooning the over hyped Segway scooter. Hence, I thought it would be appropriate for Mr Garrison and Mr Hat to introduce "IT" from a Segway. The government confiscated and destroyed all "IT"s except for this prototype which can be seen on display at the Area51 Cruise Night at Brickworld next month. Note the rear flexigrip has been replaced with the more familiar seat arrangement by popular customer request.
  8. Sir Thomas, James Watt, the inventor, subject of Her Majesty the Queen Victoria, while traveling through the Wild West. In his youth, Tom lost his left arm in an unsuccessful test of improved by him steam engine. From its wreckage he has made ​​his first prosthesis. His last prosthesis with full hand functionality serves him well as firearms. This will be valuable in the dangerous Thomas's journey through the Wild West. Axle-free wheels with forged steel rim on the electrodynamic suspension are getting out from any scrape, be it rocks or quicksand. Generator produces enough electricity to power a lamp and electrodynamic suspension. Asynchronous two-cylinder engine with superheat can reach speeds up to 30 miles per hour. Reinforced boiler sustains steam pressure up to 20 atmospheres. Frontal arc lamp was taken from the steam locomotive. Sir Thomas James Watt with his customary top hat and a monocle. Watt's steam cycle with dignity withstand all the trials, as well as his inventor.