I want to build a model mentioned in the topic's title, it will be a mix of vehicles from photos below:
- base: Academy (13415) M1151 Enhanced Capacity Armament Carrier,
- wheels: DEF Model (DW35032) US HMMWV MT/V Wheel Set Sagged,
- lowered suspension: Def Model (DM35009) M1151 Suspension + MT/R tire set,
- seats: ET Model (E35-076) US ARMY M1114 HUMVEE High Back Seats,
- valorisation 1: Voyager (PE35422) Modern USMC HUMVEE M1151 w/IED,
- valorisation 2: Legend (LF1227) M1151 Detailing set,
- turret base: Live Resin (LRE35152) Armor turret base for all vehicles,
- lenses and lights: SKP Model (SKP174) Lenses and tailights for M1151,
- SPARK: Legend (LF1246) SPARK Mine Roller For Humvee,
- radio antennas: Voyager (PEA252) Modern US VHF/UHF High Power Broadband Vehicle Antennas,
- stowage: DEF Model (DM35008) US Humvee Stowage + MT tire set,
- spotlights: Bronco (AB3568) LED Search Light Set A oraz Bronco (AB3570) LED Search Light Set C,
- M2 valorisation: RB Model (35B13) 12,7mm (0,5") Browning M2,
- shells for M2: RB Model (35P35) 0.5 inch empty shells for M2 Browning,
- underbody armor: PE set made by a colleague.
In addiction some elements taken from here and there:
- CROWS II, engine hood, front grill and rear bumper with spare wheel mount: from Bronco (CB35136) M1114 Up-Armoured Vehicle w/XM153 CROWS II,
- Rhino and old-type Duke antenna: from Bronco (CB35092) M1114 Up-armored HA (Heavy) Tactical Vehicle,
- new-type Duke antenna: z modelu Panda Hobby (PH-35001) M-ATV MRAP,
- AN/VRC-110 radio and Duke steering box: from Pro Art Models (PAU-35055) US MRAP Radio set,
- jerry cans: Pro Art Models (PAU-35047) Jerry Can Set For Modern Vehicles.
Yeah, that kind of looks like the RIDICULOUS CASH that I spend on some of MY models... I FEEL your PAIN, KUBA!!!
I don't mind being nuts- My wallet, however...
BEAUTIFUL WORK!!! Too bad PRO ART went out of business- They made some REALLY GREAT STUFF!!!
PS- That's why I bounce around between projects- I have 4 workbenches, including a separate workbench with a "double" paint booth which I use just for my airbrushing tasks. I usually keep 4 or 5 different projects going at one time, and STILL, sometimes I don't touch my models for weeks at a time. I find that i get bored too quickly if I concentrate on one single task at a time. Probably because I've worked in different fields all my life, where multi-tasking was de rigeur...
It's tough to stay disciplined, especially when one takes their modelling to the Nth-degree in detailing, accuracy, painting and weathering one's subject in a believable fashion.
Anyway, I'm very glad to see that you are taking another "stab" at it!