Inside the cabin. There's only enough room for 1 figure.
Here he is.
And for sake of playibility, windshield opens too.
With figure inside.
The axles the wheels are on. (I kinda cheated on these.)
The black studs represent the suspension I could not put on.
That's how I cheated. Feel free to use this.
Steel and reinforced titanium frame provide for a light but strong build.
And I even managed to squeeze an engine in there.
The basic windshield.
The armored windshield.
All ready to go.
Side shot with new orange background.
Notes: Well, I finally got this up. Apparently, if you start doing this and leave for an hour or so, all this gets deleted. Anyway, I am thinking about starting a CYOA. If people ask for one in the comments section, I will do one. Well, that's all folks!
This 4x4 looks ready for anything it finds by the way of terrain or weapons. I like the slightly slabby look, which gives it the feel of being heavily armoured. The method of attaching the wheels is clever and gives the body of the vehicle loads of clearance from the wheels for off-road adventures. Good building.
Hey man. I know a dude, and he's feeling really bad about his creations right now cause they got only a few likes. Could you please just visit his home page and coment on a few MOCs please? Thank you! Here is the link to his page. http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/77596
Incredible. Absolutely incredible. Not only is the design outstanding and very interesting, but the various door combinations is also a great touch. And is that a binocular used as a step ladder? Very creative. One of your best yet Anonymous, keep it up.
Oh man, that looks really awesome! And i like the technique you used for the wheels. Would you mind taking a look at my Anti-Zombie tank when you get the time, thanks!