TRON ENTRY: Ian's Lightcycle 

to something
in the film
Playability Master
Judge's Notes RANKING
how do you play with a 3-d rendering?
65 points

Ian Healy (of S-Team Fame) was the first to submit a model - in truth it was his challenge to me to build my own version that prompted this contest.

Here's Ian's description:

Well, let's see. There's a minifig in Tron garb with a disc on his back inside. I wanted to make a cycle that would hold a minifig (because things should be built to their scale). Both wheels actually spin (which for the front wheel is a real challenge because in the movie it has no visible means of attachment to the body). Although in the movie the cycles are just drawn around the characters (in a sequence as cool as anything you've ever seen), mine opens via a hinge at the back so Flynn can get out and toss his disc around.


Ian's collection of bricks isn't as vast as mine - so he sent me an LDraw file of his build. I sent it through the render program I had to get this:

Here's a view from MLCad:


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