that-runneth:

TRON vs. SARK: Round 2 by ~agentspymonkey

that-runneth:

TRON vs. SARK: Round 2 by ~agentspymonkey


mazorvirus:

Wakka Wakka.
Pacman seen in TRON [1982]



no-forests-here:

of course it’s tilted

no-forests-here:

of course it’s tilted


napoldeinlove:

expositionfairy:

doublemooncrab:

spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

MSNBC i think it was posted like 400 photos of the parade

we had a nice tron group at the very front of the parade with a fucking troned up motorcycle ffs

and this is the only photo of us that they posted

i’m so, so sorry you guys

also a shot of me that one of giz’s friends took

my horns kept getting caught on things and my vest had had enough the vinyl is wrecked

Jeezus you’re too in character here and it kills me

Someone be bringin in the logic probe

Oh my god that second shot is fantastic.

literally the the sECOND SHOT THE LOOK ON YOUR FACE MAKES THE WHOLE THING


skullvis:

eaion:

OMU, Sark with blue circuits!

(Fun fact: I remember reading somewhere that the good guys were originally going to be warm colors like reds and golds, and the bad guys were gonna be cool colors, namely blue I assume. However, they changed their minds, and reversed it so the audience would be able to tell who was bad easier. At this point though, Clu 1.0 had already been colored yellow, and the process of coloring the circuits had to be done frame by frame, so they didn’t want to re-do it, I guess. That’s why even though he’s Flynn’s program, and a good guy, Clu 1.0 has yellow circuits. Maybe that’s also why the tank programs have green circuits? I don’t know about that for sure though. Just speculation.)

(All that said, I hope I’m not misinformed, as I can’t remember where I read all that ^^; )

Aaaahh, it is very interesting what you said! It seems logical, that the warm colors should represent the good guys. (Anyway I always thought that the “red” maybe means “the communists” or something, although I never read anything about it; just thought maybe that was the reason the movie was released only in 1988 or 1989 in my country.)


spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

i’m going to refrain from public grumbling about this paint job et al

but let’s see a show of hands: who would actually pay, at minimum, 400-600 dollars for this at charity auction

because that’s pretty much what was put into this/the value of it

s i g h

anyway this particular one is going to david warner as a gift in just a few days at dragoncon, and an identical base will be signed by him there - that base will go to another finished and painted figure, which we will be auctioning off for charity to benefit the california chapter [maybe?] of the national alliance on mental illness - a charity that I chose with with mr. warner and his son’s input

surprise


OMU, Sark with blue circuits!


spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

Maria Sark by andyi on Flickr.
Via Flickr: I’m way behind on posting photos of cosplayers from the cons I’ve attended. This is one of my favorite cosplayers ever: she’s Sark from “TRON.” While I will humbly take credit for posing and composing and Photoshopping well, it’s a fantastically well-executed and wearable costume, and she made some terrific and simple modifications that give Sark a cool, lighter, Deco-inspired riff. The movie costume (designed for a male actor) looked clunky and boxy. Her facial features also elevate the costume. I often “see” a costume differently when I dump my photos and look at them onscreen. I got a “Maria” (of “Metropolis”) vibe from this photo immediately. I wish I always had both the guts and the clarity of thought that I brought to this photo. I loved the costume at first sight, so I broke my usual “five seconds” rule. I took…well, as much as twenty, asking her to move to a spot with a workable background and strong downward lighting, and directed her “pose” a little bit. It was worth it, because I got the shot I wanted.  So often, I’ll look at a photo and think “Rrgh. I should have asked Superman to rotate his shoulders a bit to show off the logo better. And asked him to walk fifteen feet to the left so I could shoot him in front of that big window with the city behind him.”  But this isn’t a model I’ve hired…it’s a fan who’s walking around a public place in a costume. So I usually don’t feel very good about asking this nice person to go into Performing Monkey Mode for the sake of a random guy with a camera. I shot this in 2011 at New York Comicon. I bumped into Sark again during the 2012 Comicon at a diner near the convention center and I frantically searched my iPad for this photo, to no avail. Ach. I imagine she’d like to have a copy. ——- W-WHAT

spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

Maria Sark by andyi on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
I’m way behind on posting photos of cosplayers from the cons I’ve attended. This is one of my favorite cosplayers ever: she’s Sark from “TRON.” While I will humbly take credit for posing and composing and Photoshopping well, it’s a fantastically well-executed and wearable costume, and she made some terrific and simple modifications that give Sark a cool, lighter, Deco-inspired riff. The movie costume (designed for a male actor) looked clunky and boxy.

Her facial features also elevate the costume. I often “see” a costume differently when I dump my photos and look at them onscreen. I got a “Maria” (of “Metropolis”) vibe from this photo immediately.

I wish I always had both the guts and the clarity of thought that I brought to this photo. I loved the costume at first sight, so I broke my usual “five seconds” rule. I took…well, as much as twenty, asking her to move to a spot with a workable background and strong downward lighting, and directed her “pose” a little bit. It was worth it, because I got the shot I wanted.

So often, I’ll look at a photo and think “Rrgh. I should have asked Superman to rotate his shoulders a bit to show off the logo better. And asked him to walk fifteen feet to the left so I could shoot him in front of that big window with the city behind him.”

But this isn’t a model I’ve hired…it’s a fan who’s walking around a public place in a costume. So I usually don’t feel very good about asking this nice person to go into Performing Monkey Mode for the sake of a random guy with a camera.

I shot this in 2011 at New York Comicon. I bumped into Sark again during the 2012 Comicon at a diner near the convention center and I frantically searched my iPad for this photo, to no avail. Ach. I imagine she’d like to have a copy.

——-
W-WHAT


infiniteviking:

spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

did we ever share these detail shots?

if we did i don’t care i’m sharing them again

he’s being molded and cast as i type these wooorrrddss aaaAAAAA

also we’re still accepting orders, shoot me an ask for details, etc

Never gonna stop reblogging this thing. It’s AMAZING.


spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

aaaaAAAAA here he is in all his flawless glory, minus the base he’ll come with!

I absolutely guarantee that Disney will never produce something that looks this impossibly good, so don’t miss your chance to snag one of these guys!

He’s 1/6 scale, will come as an unpainted kit, and is $200 - I’m happy to discuss payment plans, as well!


windgirlcurse:

‘DAT SARK by ~silvertyphoon7

windgirlcurse:

‘DAT SARK by ~silvertyphoon7


oftfrustrated:

Why the hell not. I’m posting everyone else.  :x

Yay, the eyeliner! :333


Whaaaaaa! So I managed to take photos at last of these gorgeousnesses!!! :333 (I am not sure in that this word exists in English - I mean “gorgeousnesses”, but I don’t mind now. :D)


Gwaaaaaa, so now I have the Betrayal \o/, and I didn’t even know that these sketches is in the end of the book. :O Just look at that Flynn+Clu. :B) I  received them from That_runneth! Awww, bigbig thank you!^^ And the sassy David Warner signature is first from Spicer, too, of course. ;)) Thank you! :333


steel-heel:

Tron and Sark are the equivalent of ‘old but now considered retro’ mean girls in the Arcade or at least that’s my headcanon

also i did these in ten minutes and they’re terrible and honestly i don’t care

Vannellope! XD