Detailed Hummer, scaled-down ver.http://sites.google.com/site/mikroganesh9/micro-models/humvee

Actually all the doors open, including the front hood, and the gun port on the top does rotate, the soft cloth back snugly hides the 1.5v button cell!
seats + a steering mechanism inside

What materials did you use?
Except for the wheels and the motor rest of the stuff is a bit of aluminum foil (Card paper thickness) wires to give the emboss feel, a bit of cloth too
You should build a small tank with this construction method, given that non-curved 3D objects are easier to make. Perhaps a Tiger or Panzer? Tanks would however be more difficult to add a motor to because more wheels are needed and the tread belts have to be able to move.
did in fact build few tanks, but they were bigger and did not have the motor <br>mechanism.. <br>I challenge myself by making things using stuff from around without any specialized tools/parts
Me too! For both the Zero and the sawnoff, I didn't even use tweezers.
that's really <em>awesome </em>n <strong>GENIUS</strong><br>
dude i got another use 4 the pager motor keep it on ur cheek feels gud!!!1 <br>
your other models are incredible especially the harley
yep i do like the Harley tx
some might think if its remote control and has a camera it would be greater <br>but i think its great enough now
nice...5* <br> <br>anyway what motor did you use and how to get one?
Tx wl come up with an <strong>instructable </strong>soon<br> <br>
nice<br>where do u live?<br>
Wow, super gift for my nephew!
Thanks you for ur response <br>more stuff here<br>http://sites.google.com/site/mikroganesh9/micro-models/humvee<br>
Who wouldn't enjoy a little hummer ?
<br> HOW!!!!!!!!
Awesome, great job!

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Bio: I have a knack for making functional miniatures. I don't use any specialized tools or materials for making these.
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