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Who would have thought that Playboy would try to get their geek-on by creating their Tron image? Inspired by the movie, Faith: Legacy, Playboy & # 39; Faith's image, "Game on" video, and behind the scenes photos of the photography, is a stunning sight and truly phenomenal work of art.
It all starts with a rather artistic effort by Hugh Hefner's Playboy team. The well-known magazine and business empire took two of their gaming companions and turned them into phenomenal throne style, high-tech masterpieces that impressed me more as a work of art than anything else. The photography and video definitely does not disappoint Playboy fans, as well as other art fans in general.
It is interesting to see how playmates Irina Voronina and Sasckya Porto are transformed with a careful application of bodypaint to get them "truned up" for the photography. Also in photography and video: Playboy "Game On" has custom built Tron bikes. Print and video aside, one of the most interesting parts of the work is the presented Parker Brothers Choppers Light Cycles, which are copies of the Tron bikes.
Believing that the Tron bikes are absolutely fantastic to watch, the Tron bikes are said to have a high price tag of $ 35,000 each. The custom Tron bikes were created by Parker Brothers Choppers in Melbourne, Florida, which creates a total of five custom built bikes based on the light cycles from Tron Legacy . It's unlikely that it's an unlikely score of one of those neon-glow, street legal motorcycles for yourself for the minimum of $ 35,000 for the average person, but there are many chopp fans who want to collect one.
Playboy Tron's "Game On" video is technically nude in some parts, but is fairly tame compared to most of their industry's comparative material. After all, the play cameras are strategically covered by bodypaint. Playboy really gets everyone leveled up and creates this real Tron style fight between Playmates. They even implemented the discs in the fight. For those of you who are not fans of the Playboy Empire, you are still likely to appreciate it as a creative and truly artistic work when you look at the Playboy Tron features.