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War Rig in the style of Mad Max, converted from toy cars and plasticard.

War Rig in the style of Mad Max, converted from toy cars and plasticard.

1969 Pontiac GTO (The Judge), a dystopian hybrid car, inspired by the magnificent Mad Max universe, created by George Miller and Byron Kennedy. Created in Maya (with Arnold renderer). Textures done in Substance Painter.  - Featured in Gnomon School of Visual Effects gallery, in Los Angeles (Substance Days event 2016). - Featured in Allegorithmic web gallery.

1969 Pontiac GTO (The Judge), a dystopian hybrid car, inspired by the magnificent Mad Max universe, created by George Miller and Byron Kennedy. Created in Maya (with Arnold renderer). Textures done in Substance Painter. - Featured in Gnomon School of

Mad Max Custom # 5 (Part 1)

The Bob Ross of Hot Wheels Cars Restoration/Customization

Mad Max só seria Ligeiramente irritado Max se ele não dirigiu o clássico 1974 Ford XB Falcon.  E o Falcon está de volta, como tem sido para todos os filmes da série. "Uma lenda manchado na sarjeta", explica o desenhista Colin Gibson, "oxidada através de e sacudindo com muitos reparos e muito poucas peças originais."  Ainda assim, o compressor está intacta e é o último dos V-8 interceptores.  Não seria um filme Mad Max sem ele.

The cars of Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max só seria Ligeiramente irritado Max se ele não dirigiu o clássico 1974 Ford XB Falcon. E o Falcon está de volta, como tem sido para todos os filmes da série. "Uma lenda manchado na sarjeta", explica o desenhista Colin Gibson, "oxidada através de e sacudindo com muitos reparos e muito poucas peças originais." Ainda assim, o compressor está intacta e é o último dos V-8 interceptores. Não seria um filme Mad Max sem ele.

Prod Mad Max Vehicles

Mad Max: Fury Road Vehicles Are Not Exactly "Shiny And Chrome" No vehicle that hopes to reach the Green Place all shiny and chrome comes to the end of the wasteland without some serious scars to show for the journ.

Mad Max, Miniatures, Miniature, Minis

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Hot Wheels Mad Max War Rig conversion by billking.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Hot Wheels Mad Max War Rig conversion by billking

Legendary director George Miller is back directing MAD MAX's FURY ROAD for what is sure to make the Fast & Furious 7 look like Lego movie fodder

Looking like an anarchistic Olympic flag bearer, this 1932 Ford is driven by Nux( hence the Nux Car) Comes with Max tied to the front as standard.

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