Turns out Zencom kit apocafies very well. Started out as a guntruck, and, well, I've never been good at making things go to plan.
About this creation
The yellowed lighting represents the faded, obscured sun, peeking through dust choked skies After The End.
Actually, no, it represents the camera mode changes that the Author forgot to turn off when he photographed this, because blah blah he needed the car for his comicky thing and he was taking night-time looking pictures and blah blah he forgot to switch back all the settings.
Anyway, those of you who've been following Rogue Faction (and you should, it's worth it) will probably recognize the blokes with the safari helmets as planetary militia footsoldiers; ignore that aspect, please, they were the nearest soldiery looking figs I had. And being lazy, I couldn't bother to find anything else to use.
And man, I can see why I usually have the brightness turned way up, too.
Ugly as -blech- with white on white, but... Also, I could do with a dark background instead of this white paper. I'd find one, but I'm lazy.
Anyway, all that gear on that truck is Imperialist equipment; the machinegun on the front and the mortar have designation numbers, but I'm lazy and can't be bothered to look them up. Even the knife is an Imperialist bayonet.
The driver was filched from my shelves, that poor guy does the job every time I need some nondescript soldiery guy.
The skeleton's there because they're standard post-apoc issue, skeletons are.
And the knife? Well, have you ever tried to pull a knife out after it gets stuck in a rib?
Me neither, but I hear it's hard.
Aand yeah, I know this doesn't hold up to my usual complex standards (ahem: the patrol car in Part III, which nobody's mentioned yet (do I have to post everything seperately? Do none of you have observational skills, or are you too busy reading the text?) but bleh. Tablescraps will be tablecraps.
Well, it's an appropriate term, anyway... Oh well. Funny typo, I'll leave it there.