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Need a huge amount of lugging space? Want a HMG so you can mow down zombies? This is the truck for you!
About this creation
Here is my most recent vehicle, the apoc truck! It's a retrofitted HUMVEE, but I didn't have the right tiles to spell HUMVEE so I settled for truck.































Of course, it does have more than just a truck, but that is the best name.



Comments

 I made it 
  November 4, 2012
well, you might have done well to read the comments, but the whole multi-colour thing is from the fact that it is for one old, for two digi camo, and for three, it's had a lot of zombies scratching the paintjob. The window was broken on purpose, so it can't really be a window piece, because it just HAD to be broken. I'm not trying to be rude, but that is just the plain old truth.
 I like it 
  November 4, 2012
Awesome! I love the minifigs and the jeep, but I should give the truck pieces the same color, and maybe you can use some real windows. But it's absolutely not a bad MOC! Great work :)
 I made it 
  October 26, 2012
Thanks!
 I like it 
  October 26, 2012
Great job! :)
 I made it 
  October 17, 2012
Quoting TX-008 1998 OK! I understand what you mean but there are also quite a lot of HMMWVs which have a 'tilted' hood. (just some advice: use some holders and sticks, like the combination you've used for making the doors, to connect the hood with the rest of the vehicle)
that will cause an awkward gap... I don't like the way those look.
 I like it 
  October 17, 2012
OK! I understand what you mean but there are also quite a lot of HMMWVs which have a 'tilted' hood. (just some advice: use some holders and sticks, like the combination you've used for making the doors, to connect the hood with the rest of the vehicle)
 I made it 
  October 16, 2012
oops, I forgot to say I did push it down but I accidentally cut the wrong picture from the MOC. I fixed it later and took another photo, bu I missed the photo that had the misplaced bricks. (also, I had seated a minifig on the back and that was what messed it up. I always try to compact the bricks as much as possible.
 I made it 
  October 16, 2012
Quoting TX-008 1998 OK, here's my comment! (like you asked me to# Just some advice: #I only wanna help you with improving your building skills# 1.Try to make its front less angular* #so no 90 degrees# by using LEGO City car windows and those little roof tiles or bricks w. bows instead of roof tiles. 2.Try to be consistent by the use of colors #it doesn't need to be 100% the same color because wheels and the interior have normally a different one) Like: if you don't have enough dark stone grey bricks, order them on PAB (Pick A Brick, the LEGO shop) or elsewhere. 3.This is probably the easiest 'task': Press your bricks and plates robust on each other so they're well connected. 4.This is no building advice: Join some more groups so it's easier to find your creations for other people. 5.Make another military vehicle with these 'tasks'. I'm sure this one will be more popular. Can I ask you some things? Where did you get those white letters on those black tiles from and where did you buy that machine gun which you showed on the second and third last pics? It's a good creation, by the way!
the machine guns are brickarms, and the truck is a humvee, which has a flat windshield, and this vehicle has been painted in urban camoflauge, so it has multiple shades of gray. the tiles are official lego pieces, you bought them in a pack, but I don't know whether or not they are still for sale. also, I don't take the critisism like some. it's a blessing to get people telling you stuff you need to hear. That's why I wanted to join this site in the first place. no need for popularity, just improovment. So after the tirade, I'm going to post a few tequniques for making HUMVEEs, which most people find to be SYNONOMUS with a military truck.
 I like it 
  October 16, 2012
OK, here's my comment! (like you asked me to) Just some advice: (I only wanna help you with improving your building skills) 1.Try to make its front less angular* (so no 90 degrees) by using LEGO City car windows and those little roof tiles or bricks w. bows instead of roof tiles. 2.Try to be consistent by the use of colors (it doesn't need to be 100% the same color because wheels and the interior have normally a different one) Like: if you don't have enough dark stone grey bricks, order them on PAB (Pick A Brick, the LEGO shop) or elsewhere. 3.This is probably the easiest 'task': Press your bricks and plates robust on each other so they're well connected. 4.This is no building advice: Join some more groups so it's easier to find your creations for other people. 5.Make another military vehicle with these 'tasks'. I'm sure this one will be more popular. Can I ask you some things? Where did you get those white letters on those black tiles from and where did you buy that machine gun which you showed on the second and third last pics? It's a good creation, by the way!
micah burgin
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Admiral Varkov
  October 13, 2012
Very nice job detailing the truck, excellent apocalyptic look. Great work!
 I made it 
  October 13, 2012
Quoting Admiral Varkov Very nice job detailing the truck, excellent apocalyptic look. Great work!
thank you! I actually think that the best way to get the apoc feel while still leaving some color is to use the sand colors. they give a dulled feel.
 
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