Quorra from "Tron Legacy"

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This is the character "Quorra" from the new Tron sequel "Tron: Legacy", which opens in cinemas everywhere on December 17th. Quorra is played by Olivia Wilde.

It was very heartening to see a stronger female character in this version (compared to the original), so I couldn't resist modelling her in Lego!

This model represents something of a new direction for me, technique wise. I am trying to get away from my trademark "2X miniland" scale characters, and most of my major projects going forward are going to be at this somewhat larger (1ft) scale. I'm still working the 'formula', but this style should enable me to create much more detailed and lifelike characters.

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  1. Brian Rinker 52 months ago | reply

    Very well done!

  2. GeekyTom 52 months ago | reply

    nicely done mate

  3. YG-49 52 months ago | reply

    Huge Legacy Fanboi here, can't wait, so it's great to see this. Love the use of stickers and new 1x1 round with hole.

  4. Model Gal 52 months ago | reply

    So excellent I posted it on my Model Building Secrets blog.

  5. Jeremy Devilbiss 52 months ago | reply

    the smuggest program

  6. Scruffy Mynxbane 52 months ago | reply

    wow, you're getting creepy good at these. Pretty soon you're gonna have to figure out whether or not to cross the uncanny valley.

  7. billbobful 52 months ago | reply

    Wow! Great model!

  8. oLaF LM 51 months ago | reply

    I see that Olivia really inspired you !
    this Fig is fantastic !
    even the blog has been TRONed !

  9. Annissë 51 months ago | reply

    You Rock!!!! Excellent :)

  10. Vanessa Salas Moreno 48 months ago | reply

    Fantastic photography, in general your gallery is great, congratulations ^ ^

  11. M<0><0>DSWIM 46 months ago | reply

    I LOVE the original Tron, but felt that Tron Legacy was a massive sequal to end all sequals! This fig looks awesome! I love the various techniques used, especially on the head. I also like this bigger-than-miniland-scale you're working in. Are the eyes painted, or are those printed bricks I've never seen before?

  12. Ochre Jelly 46 months ago | reply

    ...painted :)

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