It's actually rather experimental in my case. Loads of new techniques and odd parts used. Completely studless, Pathway doors, suspension details, details all around.
About this creation
Here we start seeing the inner details. I will dissect this abit in these and later pictures, to show snot work, how I built the roof, the techniques used to attatch the roof, gunner, the gunner port opening.
In these shots, you see the front end. The first picture is the fan and such, after we take off this layer, it shows the engine and such. The last one shows the suspension technique. I always noted people's vehicles lacked so much here, so I really wanted to create something somewhat realistic. Drive shaft also noted.
Thank you for looking. I am fairly pleased with how this came out in its entirety. This is my first time using this windscreen technique, and I tried to be somewhat innovative with afew peices. Like always, the yellow and black checkerboard insignia is everywhere aswell.
Wow, that looks pretty "sharp" and dangerous... Reminds me of the Twisted Metal Series (Playstation...). I love the extra protection above the windscreen wiper, the turret gun on top and how flat the whole thing is. Steffen