Nice. I like the rugged, simplistic look - as an offroader should be! Compensating the front axle whilst retaining steering is also clever. However, have you considered adding a prop shaft? Even if you don't plan on adding a motor, a working prop shaft would add functional realism, and I find them quite satisfying. Front steering would need to be reworked to connect it to the front wheels, but "driving" the rears shouldn't be too hard.
Nice work. It looks good. But I'm no technic person. Would it be possible to add a shell or a body. Because it is a bit of a skeleton at the moment.
I like it
June 6, 2012
What’s the deal on the "climbing a wall" pic? How is it stuck on there?
I like how much effort went into capturing the overall shape of the jeep. With a model like this, the function is more important than the "Look" but still, you gave it a good go. Your photos are clear and well lit. I would still recommend putting the model against a Lego backdrop of some type. Overall, good posting. Attack!
I like it
June 6, 2012
Quoting Halhi 141
Could you please give this some constructive criticism: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/314265
I'm aware of the poor photo background, which I've changed in some yet unposted MOCs.
First of all which topics did you give CC in before making this one?
Anyway on to the CC:
I really like it! I don't have any technic sets myself so, I wouldn't say I'm an expert. The suspension looks very good. I think the only thing I think would make it better would not make it more bulky. I like the way you added system bricks in as well, but, I think they could be used a bit more to make it more detailed and realistic.
Ok I am definitely better at photography than Technic so, I'll try and give you some good advice. First of all I think it would be a great idea if you had a look at the Photography section of this: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/324891. Some of the photos are a tad blurry and I think that you should take hundreds of photos of the same position and choose the best one , use macro for close ups, I used it here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/patrickslegocreationsflickr/7263094226/ and I also added a bit of editing. I agree about the background and it is a great thing that you yourself have noticed and changed it.
Overall a great creation!
Seen in the Group Constructive Criticism