What happens when you love TV/Movie cars and Lego? Well ya put them together of course! Zach Sweigart is what you might call a Legomaniac. I can't blame him. It happens to the best of us. We stumbled across Zach's designs through a site called MOCpages.com. It's kinda like MySpace/Facebook for Lego fanatics to share their designs. We were so impressed we decided to post some of Zach's designs (with his permission of course).
Back to the Future - 1981 Delorean DMC-12. This design was featured in the third issue of Brickjounrnal magazine. You can see more of this design on his MOC page.
Starsky and Hutch - 1976 Ford Gran Torino. Check out the awesome detail on the grill.
Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) - 1967 Shelby GT-500 'Eleanor'
Knight Rider - 1982 Pontiac Trans Am
Batmobile - 1989
Halo - Warthog M12. What? It's a OSC car too! Video games count.
When Zach isn't studying for college or building Lego creations he's working on his 1977 Trans Am. Sweet ride my friend. You can see more images of Zach's work on his MOC page. Got any OSC art you would like to submit? Send us a line via our contact page. We would love to feature it. Looking to build your own OSC Lego creations? Check out some of the great sets and parts to get ya started below. See ya next time!
Are you addicted to Car Town yet? I know we are. I thought I would mention some of the great templates created by fellow Car Town gamers. Check out some of these awsome TV and Movie car designs. Great job guys! Links to sources below each picture. If you ask the artist nicely, I'm sure you can get a hold of the template for your favorite TV/Movie car.
Looking for more Car Town TV and Movie Car Templates? Check out our next batch!
Now I know this isn't exactly an On Screen Car. But it is related! I promise you! A french artist named Nils Guadagnin has recreated one of the pop icons from the movie Back to the Future II. I'm sure you recall seeing Marty McFly running from future Tannen gang on the streets of Hill Valley 2015. We may be less than six years away from 2015. But we still don't have hover technology. Or do we? I wish. Guadagnin was able to simulate the hovering in his artwork by using electromagnets and a laser tracking system. It can hover but not support weight. None the less it's still pretty sweet. That's all for now. Hope you're having a great holiday weekend. Be sure to thank all those who have served and are currently serving our country.