"On the outskirts of Kathmandu, a lone Tata truck rattles along. Its vibrant, neon colors and whimsical ornaments are only akin in intensity to the rich greens and other bucolic hues of the surrounding landscape. Snow melts about. As the muddied wheels rock over bumps in the road, the truck’s contents inside and atop waver, ready to tip out. The vehicle can be seen from far off as it makes its humble way."
I was directly inspired by the incredible Pakistani trucks by Tim Gould and Adam Grabowski to build this Tata truck. Throughout my image searching, I noticed every single truck was different, but still shared some features and details; so I'd consider this truck to be the quintessence of the Nepali trucking scene. Some of you guys might remember this MOC from past conventions, including BrickMagic and BrickWorld, where it won the "Best Earth Craft" award. Also, I implore you to check out these other two shots of the truck [slightly modified since its original photoshoot] which provide considerably better angles of the front: 1,2.
very original!,i would have never tought of that!,it really has the indian looks,i ve seen some on documentaries!,i m mesmerized by the wheels,what did you use?,as all the rest of multicolored parts with prints,prince of persia?,anyways,stunning work sir nadroj!
I saw this truck on a series that i think it was called deadliest journeys or something like that.
Pretty cool liked the details and i actually identified when i saw it on Everyone's LEGO creations!! :)