You may wish to give this one a new paint job. Military vehicles passing into use by civilian agencies (including Law Enforcement) often gain distinctive new liveries. This tread shows some, but I seem to recall a more extensive discussion elsewhere:
I’d forgotten it was Bouncey, she always looked more like a ‘90’s Jolie to me. Given your Tay-tay comment I’ve now become confused about whether the scene’s a kinda-Now as seen from the 80’s, or a near-future as seen from Now. Whatever, given it’s a not-quite-Now wouldn’t an unrecognisable starlet (yet-to-be-discovered) fit the bill(board) better? On the other hand I like the billboard just the way it is.
Those two Evolution guys – my occasionally elephantine memory noted when you first showed ‘em on the original Armorama blog 6 years ago. I saw, I bought, I paint – like right now, today. (In Latin that’s approximately Vidi, Emit, Pingo) I was hoping you’d ditch ‘em haha but I know why you haven’t, they really are too good. At least you’ve chosen different colours & amusingly both of us have altered their original manufacturer identities – and one of their heads, I noticed.
That’s only the half of it. Live in a house with 2 Tay-tay zombies. It’s all the time, 24/7 who she might be dating, what the special songs might be played, what was played and what should have been played, the Illuminati discussions on whatever she does and what signals she is sending.
The Bladerunner movie was unique in that it had an ethereal atmosphere throughout the whole film that other films have failed to capture. Nick your diorama enraptures the viewer because it has some of that atmosphere swirling around it…