Something wicked this way rolls

Sweet unholy hell. When MisterZumbi does something for the first time, he does it with a bang — like a backfiring hotrod.

For someone who’s never built anything larger than minifig-scale, this is quite the first. The level of detail in MisterZumbi’s “Road Zombie” is unbelievable. Click the pic to check out the engine, the interior, and other tidbits of heavy metal goodness.

(Via Klocki.)

7 comments on “Something wicked this way rolls

  1. steven marshall (AKA) Steven1980

    Well Adam, you said you were building a big scale vehicle when we last spoke and it has come out Amazing, jaw dropping, the engine with all the chrome and piping, great idea to use the chrome cones for the front lights. As always your presentation with the photography is so beautiful some of the best I’ve seen :0)

    Does the steering work? It looks like it does. Excellent work all round, some excellent ideas superbly executed ;0)

  2. Pixel

    Sweet Merciful Jesus! That thing is incredible. The detail is amazing. from the front brake lines, to the fuel lines, to the interior door handles every piece is wonderfully crafted and adds up to an amazing period rod. Well done sir!

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  5. Shadowviking

    “Gripping the wheel his knuckles went white with desire
    The wheels of his mustang exploding on the highway like a slug from a .45
    True death: 400 horsepower of maximum performance piercing the night
    This is black sunshine.”

    *air guitar*

    I like the side art. And the fact that there’s an interior door handle. And, well, pretty much everything. Amazing.

    “Finally nothing moves. High noon.
    Black top rolling below the asphalt drive
    A concrete fascination scraping the edge of nothing
    This is black sunshine.”

  6. Nathan Proudlove

    Awesome, awesome, awesome. This is great. My only wish is that it was part of our LUGNuts group on Flickr. Now I feel like going back to the Batrod and adding more detail. Aw, maybe for the next build.

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