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Guns,Bullets and Booze by enc86 Guns,Bullets and Booze by enc86
when your part of a raider dozer crew, you want to make sure you remember to load up on "party" supplies. its part of the raider code to bring more guns,bullets and booze than would seem sane, but you want to make sure that you can take on anything and have a good time doing it.

Here is my 1/35 stowage for my detahdozer. a mixture of stock,kitbashed,scratch built,bits bin,resin and photo etched parts. might of gone a bit overboard on the gear and not all of this will make the build. But i like to have options and its fun figuring out how to really load up a armor build. still have a few tie downs i need to make and maybe a couple of other things.Having all this ready(takes a ton of time), there will be little wait once i get the track and figures done.

As always questions,comments and suggestions welcome!
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Lord-Kothless Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
Wastelander wetdream. Pardon the vulgarity, but this is all so brilliant, very detailed, amazing work. 
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enc86 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
hahhahaha, pardoned.
thanks tonnage ! i LOVE doing this kinda detail, and loading it on a build. cant do it on every build but the dozer needed to have proper loot XD
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Lord-Kothless Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
Well it looks so ram shackle, rugged and raider-ish, it's so fiendish too, the only way it could be more terrifying, is if it had bloody spikes along the bottom, and blood all over the scoop and treads. I mean really, this thing literally scares me, what with the heads on the front and all. So yea, the little details make it look like low class, rugged, mean guy survival gear. I mean I love the idea of a bunch of badass waisters using stuff like this that are good guys, storing stuff on a big supped up dozer, but those heads add a very menacing and dark touch that kinda scared the pants off me, but all the little details are so fantastic... I could gush on like this for hours, but yea, completely love it. Very big fan of Fallout III and Vegas, as well as Metro 2033. Need to get the second part some time. I wish I could see the Madmax movies, but I have only clips on youtube, and there impossible to find around here. 
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enc86 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
thanks a tonnage again. i really dumped alot of effort and time into this one. tried to trow everything i knew how to do and them some at it, and load up as much detail as i could. took at least a couple weeks to build/detail before i even got to the paint.
i almost added even more blood and had a "dead body" fiure that was kinda being worked on but seeings how i never have added gore before, i stopped a little short on it. if i had to do it over i probably add a few more splashes of blood and alot more spikes.
really great to hear that you dig all the detail and what makes build like this worth it for me. knowing that the extra time and tiniest of detail will pay off and knowing somewhere someone will spot it is great.
LOVE,love,love fallout(2 is my fav) and mad max. remember getting my hands on them at a youngish age and they left quite the impression on me. metro is allright in my book but is no Stalker(which is up there on my fav games).

hummmm are you from usa?(can be found on amazon very cheap) and when i read/respond to your note, ill try to remember to send free streaming link for ya (if i don't remind me) 
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Lord-Kothless Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
First off, yea, I'm American, Irish/German mainly, but I speak a lot of German, so my words go all crazy all the time, and secondly, I deeply appreciate ALL the detail you do in all your work! That is very kind of you, I'd love to see the films, but I never buy anything online. But if your streaming it, I'll see about watching it, I don't know if you have to be on for me to see it though, but I appreciate the thought immensely either way! 

"He had his indicator on!"
"SsssssshhhhhUTUP!"

Classic. I love the gyro copter guy. OOOH! That's something you should try next! Raider gyros, with 1 thug on each side with a machine gun! I need to draw some of this stuff. 

I watched some of the Fallout II stuff, ,sadly, I never got to play them, or STALKER< but love how the games look. Russian accents are badass too. Metro 2033 is boring as hell starting out, but gets really good and gripping later in, especially when you get on the surface for the first time... It's... haunting. I love the cold, vulnerability of it all, the gas masks and stuff. I'd love a version of Fallout that makes you more desperate, and has cozy safe houses with people living in them, food, fire, guns, ammo, all sorts of cool stuff like that. And scary ass metro tunnels to explore for that ever so tantalizing loot. I'm a total ammo and supply hog, very stingy too. In Fallout Vegas, I had well over 10,000 rounds of 5.56 ammo... I think I had a max of about 200,000 at one time! Light machine gun fur da lulz too, totally beats the minigun. Ugg, rambling again. 
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enc86 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
ahhh ok, good to know going forward, i try(when i can) to get links for different regions.
there are loads of good streaming sites that are free, i just don't want to post them in public(they might not work over time)
i use to be the same way about buying stuff on the net, but i live in the woods and i NEED stuff XD
really should look into amazon, they are pretty dang trustworthy.

that's something that might really happen at some point. i actually started one a wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy back, but sits in one of my bits boxes, semi kinda built.

yea see they alot of those "classic" games were coming out when i was a kid and i was blessed with a PC(my mom said they were the future and i need to lean about them) so yea i leaned all right, i have had consols over the years(and love console games) but most of my fondest gaming memorys are with the likes of doom and fallout.

i liked the metro games and the team really did an excellent job with the conditions they worked under(some of them worked on stalker too) they really nailed the atmosphere and it really really immersed me but i wished that it was more opened ended and i would be free to really explore.

lol i know all about being a crazy loot and ocd pack rat in games, dont even get ME started on it.
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Lord-Kothless Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015
Your ma sounds WOOORLDS away from mine, she fought tech so hard, I was like, I don't know, 16 when I got a computer, and she fought the net for years. I don't use amazon, as I don't have paypal, and find a lot of that stuff mega confusing. I know, I wanted to hoard like 10,000 filters, then explore a frozen over Moscow and hoard loot. I had like 5,000 regular grade bullets, and I don't know how many military grade, but I think it was in the quadruple digits. Fallout Vegas, I'm terrible, I collected armor, weapons, aid, and junk, and had specific chests for each, and modded all weapons, and designated the safe for them, ad a cabinet for unmodded, had over almost 900,000 caps, almost a million of them from hoarding and clever trading... Ugh, I'm such a klepto.
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enc86 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
ahhhh that does sound worlds away! well my mom was super crazy about other things so i think it works out.
i don't have paypal either, amazon uses my checking account, and is a god send out here in the middle of nowhere.

lol sounds like me in fallout or stalker. man you would get lost in stalker!
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SarienSpiderDroid Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015
A lot of nice stuff!
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enc86 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015
Thanks!
i always have a blast making all this tiny stuff. most of it made the final build too!
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chooie Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Nice stockpile!
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
thank you!
i have a blast making this stuff.
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Mephistofelesword Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
my balls have their own balls just cause i see your hard work
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
XD
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Markonator Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
These kind of pictures are one of my favorites! So much to look at, so many details and always something cool hiding somewhere :D
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014
thanks buddy! that's what i hope, to pack in as much tiny detail as i can. not sure how much will make the build, but i like to have options and be able to really load up a build.
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Markonator Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Details are always welcome! It's like some comic book artists draw small creatures and critters in the strips and make a little side story for them :D Don Rosa for example 
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014
ahhh great analogy and example! i like that.
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Markonator Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
^^
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westracing71 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
thats a few items ! lots of painting there
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
yea lots and lots of painting XD
love it tho and really get into the zone when working on all this stuff. takes a ton of time(if you include cleaning the resin and prepping for primer) but i think it will be worth it, as i love the fully loaded look so much.
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westracing71 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
:)
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Marzipanzers Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
hahhahaah XD
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Observer14 Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey!  Everything a buddy might want for a pleasant evening out in the wastelands!  ;-)

Nice work, especially on your aging of all the materials.  It all looks like it's been to Hell and back.  :-)
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
sure is XD

thanks, it tends to be alot of work, but if you do them all in stages, its not too bad. honestly painting/weathering all this stuff is pretty fun for me. just finishing up the figurines, so over the weekend i can get everything else done.
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Observer14 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
So, you kind of get yourself into a groove working on the stuff, almost imagining that you're down there at the same scale -- seeing, feeling, handling all that equipment as if you were there getting it ready for a skirmish?

;-)
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
yea i really do get into a groove!
 sometimes as building i come up with elaborate backstorys to the build/crew XD
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Observer14 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
heh...  Just like when we were little kids. ;-)   Our toys have just gotten a lot more sophisticated. XD
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
lol funny cause its soooo true. in a way my alot of my 1/35 is kinda like G.I.Joe XD
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Observer14 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
well, thank you for fueling our imaginations with your play time.  :D
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orcbruto Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Soooo...much...dakka... Wonderful XD
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
XD
thanks dude!
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PsykoHilly Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
Looks like my everyday carry stuff :D
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
lol its good to know your practical.
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KINGOOB Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
Nice :D
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
thanks buddy!
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KINGOOB Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
My pleasure :D
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Tsugomori Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014   General Artist
Dem guns! and that M79... epic stuff
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
Thank you very much! hopefully it will be just as epic on the dozer.
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paws4thot Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
It's got me thinking of one hard-copy picture I had - An M3 half-track with 8x30cal Brownings on the skate rail and a 50cal in the pulpit, captioned "2nd Place; Divisional 30cal Collecting Competition".
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
ahhhh awesome! i could see how this would remind you of that.

tho with all the booze these guys got, i don't see them winning any marksmanship awards XD
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foley1310 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
if this is real, i would like to loot them, and thats alot of work man

love them all dude, great job
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
with all this stuff, don't think they would even notice a few things missing XD

thanks dude! was a tonnage of work, but this is the kinda work i enjoy!
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butterfrog Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's a lot of stuff!
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enc86 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014
lol yea it is, never really know how much i have made till i do these photos.
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kitsunelegend Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'll tell you what, you have really gotten me back into building models! This stuff is crazy cool! Must have been a pain to put together lol

I'm currently building a 1/35 scale model Humvee and have kid of kitbashing it a bit, having a lot of fun with it tho lol 

btw, if you dont mind me asking, where do you find this stuff? O.o I've been looking everywhere for little detail pieces like this for ages, and I've just been making do with some extra pieces off of older models, but Im running out now lol

Anyway, its really turning out great! Cant wait to see all these details on the finished model! ^-^
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paws4thot Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
You can build up a spares box quickly by "shopping carefully". Aside from resins, there are injection moulded sets that are nothing but personal weapons, LMGs, man-portable missile systems...

The Tamiya SdKfg 222 (4rad) Afrika Corps includes 4 figures (one in temperate uniform, 3 in desert), a motorcycle, and a small fuel dump of 50 gallon drums and jerrycans.

See where I'm going with this?
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kitsunelegend Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I think I do lol (its late here please forgive me x3) The only thing tho is I dont really like buying whole kits just for parts, to me it seems a little bit of a waste because the actual model never gets built. However, thats not to say I wont kit bash one, and then use un-used parts from that in another model. I'm planning a big diorama and will probably make some burned out hulls of some vehicles which will probably give me lots of little extra parts to use.

What I really want to do tho is figures. I dont really know why but I love putting together 1/35 scale modern day military figures. What I could always use is more guns tho lol 
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paws4thot Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
Well, my point about the 222 was that the AC boxing includes the vehicle with standard stowage, 4 figures, a motorcycle, 3 x 50 gallon drums, and a pile of jerrycans. As designed that lets you build a vignette of the AC crew and motorcyclist discussing routes, and leaves you a spare figure in Wehrmacht temperate uniform, any fuel containers you don't use and some heads, hands and arms, or an uninhabited 222 plus 4 figures...

If you type, say, rifles into an on-line kit retailer's search engine, it will come up with figures from specific rifle units, and accessory sets that are nothing but personal weapons (pistols, SMGs, rifles, grenades...), vehicle stowage will return things like ammo boxes, rolled up sleeping bags and camo nets, fuel cans, there's at least one set that's nothing but LMGs and ManPads...

Try using your local version of the large South American river, and some of those search strings, and you should see what I mean.
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