This is my Willy's Jeep. It was an extremely versitile vehicle and carried Browning .50 cal and .30 cal MGs. The British Special Air Service or SAS used it as an assault jeep in missions behind enemy lines where it was equiped with x4 Vickers MGs. Sorry there arent more pics, Ill tyr and find different ways to photoraph it and remember please enjoy and comment! =)
About this creation
This shows the front veiw of the jeep, and realy displays the gunner quite well.
This is a side shot of the jeep, my only regret here is that the wheels seem a bit off.
Here is the rear veiw and features the tail light.
Quoting Angryraccoon !
Hey, Kriss, thanks for commenting on MY Willy's! Here's my reply:...
Hey thanks, I think its really nice when people return comments. As to the over all size of yours, I think the fender covers took up alot of room on the sides. Ill admitt, this is not my best work, maybe my worst in the historic military catagory, although the gun needs some work, I think its better than my old .50 cals, which looked comic. I am working on an SAS jeep that is almost done, Im just working on the fender covers, other details e.g. gas cans, MGs, lights and the wheels, but the basic design is all done, I think its WAY better than this. Now, I saved the most interesting topic for last, as for my age, lets just say I have been called extremely smart for my age (and I thing writing is one of my definate strong points!), Im not surprised it shows, some of my early works really lack, but I feel Im quickly learning. =)
November 4, 2009
Hey, Kriss, thanks for commenting on MY Willy's! Here's my reply:
I see what you mean about the back being a bit small, but as for the overall size of the Jeep... I'm a little lost on that. It doesn't seem too small to me. Yours isn't much bigger. Just brickier.
As for yours, I agree with the other guy that the gun needs work, also you don't have a fender or covers for the wheels. I also would recommend use of tiles, and maybe a shift in the color...? I can't figure out how old you are, though. You sounded like you were an adult when you commented on mine, but I suspect you're a LOT younger than that.
I like it
September 26, 2009
lol i use different designs for .30 Cals! but there were different versions of the .30 Cal.
Quoting Colonel Schmeisser .
AWsome!!! the browning needs work though
I dont know why, but I used a different design than I do on my other .50 cals. They are featured in some of my other creations, like my Halftrack, and my Falaise Road Ambush, if you wanted to check them out. =)