1. Alternate Mode of Transport:
We have all seen trains, bikes, cars, boats and planes! What mode of transport haven't we seen? Does it use cosmic power? Does it relocate you along radio waves? Show us your idea for a mode of transport. It must include a minifig but the build can be set in any time period
About this creation
Hello once more and this is my second model into the 2013 MocAthalon. This is a new type of bike that runs on cell power that was recently discovered by the worlds top scientists. You just have to refill your cell. No more gasoline stations it's just the cell stations. And the cells are meant to last for ages. You can drive over 2,000 miles on one cell. And there is no pay off when it comes to speed. Cell's give your vehicles engine the maximum horsepower and torque for your engine.
The hood opens up to reveal the engine with the cell. This is the cell that runs the cycle. All of the cell vehicles run on the these little casements,
The main body piece for the creation is actually those police motorcycle shells that you get in the police station sets. This one happens to be black.
Thank you for looking don't forget to rate and comment.
Until next time-Garett Smith
Cool build, Garrett. It's a nice mesh of a futuristic looking hoverbike with the rough character riding it. Like a member of a biker gang of the future. Nice touch. I like the main pic. Reminds me a bit of Mike Nieves work. Looks like you have the basics down for photo editing with GIMP. I would be glad to impart some of the knowledge that I have picked up, though I'm still learning myself. Open a thread in the Everything LEGO Group and let me know what you're trying to accomplish and I'll see if I can come up with some suggestions for you.
Quoting JS Can
It looks like a good build and I like the pop-up hood feature, but displaying mostly black builds is so difficult. Building in a different color might have shown the intricacy of the build better.
Yes I struggle with that. If I build with something all in black it looks good in person. But when I take pictures it doesn't show the details right.