Wish it would work, but I could only get these to work.
About this creation
This stupid site wont let me upload any other images, I don't know why. If you want to see the rest go here .
Notice the detail, in the turret, which I came up with on my own. The gunner actually bends at the "knees" to give the proper body position when angeling the gun. The gun is a brilliant example of genius through desperation, the hinge pieces came together to replicate the real thing quite nicely. The ammo feed has been edited to accommodate the way I attached it to the drum, and I think it was worth it. The barrels of the gun even have the ties in the correct placement.
If you take a closer look at the bottom you will see the unique and original suspension that allows for some of the most accurate axles on the interwebz. You will have to use my link to see it though.
Perhaps my most unique and outstanding feature; however, is the hood, it is shaped in several dimensions unlike any other hood on the internet. I used some design features from Legohaulic to accomplish this.
The interior features grills where there are intended to be vents, and the seats even have detailing on the floor. On the sides of the Hog you will notice the vents that actually resemble the vents found on the real one. I even got them to work with out modifying them. Speaking of the exterior, if you compare my Hog's rear end to any other on the net you will find mine has the most detail of any, and bears more resemblance to the real one than any. I even added slants where there is a dip in, on the real one, to accommodate the license plate.
I spent months perfecting this and I would like to hear what the world thinks of it. Leave a review.
I thought I'd come and check out some of your work and I'm glad I did. It is nice to see someone else out there that has the same passion as I do. I take great pleasure in seeing that you really did put a great amount of effort into your design. And like many great builders out there, "stole" a few ideas. Well its not like I haven't. I think I like your work so much because it reminds me a lot of how I started out...4 years ago. It sounds like you also put a lot of time into this Warthog, well...to give you an idea, I build version 1 back in 2004, but it didnt really look like one then. Im guessing that in a short time you could improve your building and photography techniques a lot. Good luck for the future. Im getting sick of all the n00bs on this site...