A Guntruck designed with you in mind! Used for human vs. zombie confrontations...
About this creation
The Zombie-Slayer was a desperate project built by an apocalypse survivor clan. The clan, which consists of 3 to 4 survivors was in desperate struggle to get to safe lands, away from any know infected zombie areas. The clan found the 5-ton in an abandoned, long forgotten cold-war era scrapyard inside a country which once belonged to the Soviet Union. Once in a time when nuclear warheads were the latest and greatest threat, that time is long gone. Now a new threat arises, for this day alone there are as many as 30x more zombies then there are human survivors on this Earth. The team slowly made it to safer grounds, as they travelled on their way to the "Safelands" they slowly armoured up their truck till when it became this:
Now talking about the "Safelands" you may wonder where they are. One thing we all should know is that radiation is a zombie's worst enemy. The radioactive isotopes will quickly breakdown the zombie's already deteriorating flesh, until it simply falls apart into dust. With radiation levels high enough to instantly kill a zombie and it's parasitic infection there is only one place on the Earth where this could happen, Chernobyl. (See, even monumental human error-caused disasters have their plus side ;] ) But if it kills zombies that surely also means it must kill humans. With the radiation-resistant coating on the vehicles cab and engine area the least amount of radiation will leak through. Besides, our foursome/threesome of heroes have radiation-proof clothing and usually gas masks...
Many different attachment's can be added, including more kerosene barrels, a giant flamethrower, and a crew cabin.
How do you like the Zombie Slayer Guntruck? Anything to add or remove, you can help decide, just Comment and Critique! (TM)
I use a Panasonic DMC-FX9 Digital. As for the background, I use either white or Maersk Blue-styled card paper. Of course MOCs that are in WIP stage, or are tall (such as my Lighthouse Project) are photographed against a white wall on my wood building table. As for lamps, I just use the generic IKEA ones.