This is great reference! I used this as reference for my 3D Modeling homework for class. I gave you credit for the art (by DA name/site). Cited your art Thank you Just letting you know. I should've asked first but I really hope you don't mind. When I found this turnaround reference I was so happy and tired that I forgot to ask.
A very good resource for anybody *ahem* looking to pursue the idea of lightcycles further than just watching the movie. One of these days when I have some real free time Ima draw one of these up in 3d and we'll see where it goes from there.
Random hypothetical insinuation: There's really no reason they shouldn't. It's just that nobody has the desire and the mechanical cajones to make a really functional, true-to-movie bike. It's a real shame, actually. However, since nobody's done a good job, that leaves it open for the rest of us , which is actually pretty exciting.
Actually, if Harley made light cycles, it would ruin them for me :-/. I'm just not a fan of Harley. Now, if KTM or BMW made them, now we're talking . BMW could make the sleek "good-guy" ones, and KTM could make the bad-ass evil ones
I grew up watching the original Tron, so the covered-rider kind, both original and Daniel Simon's reboots, really appeal to me. My favorite design is actually one of Dan's process sketches that lead to Elderly Flynn's white Encom 786. It's the small side-view sketch in the middle of this page. IMO, the perfect amount of subtle modernized form employed on the very balanced original proportion. Classic but not so classic that it looks like 80's CG
Right, but that is a complete different cycle as my version. It gets other frontlights, the top of the frontwheel is closed and have the speedometer. Also the control lever and the pedals are different, and the safty for the back is graded. My cycle based upon the pictures that most shown in the web.
Maybe, i make later a other version with the VFX-Version.
Yeah, and besides, the version in the film and the version from the 2008 comic con video (or remastered The Grid teaser) are different, not to mention that the blue and red racers have the same bikes, but CLU and Rinzler have custom bikes,