A viscoelastic-viscoplastic combined constitutive model is presented to represent large deformations of amorphous thermoplastic resins. The model is endowed with viscoelastic and viscoplastic rheology elements connected in series. The standard generalized Maxwell model is used to determine the stress and characterize the viscoelastic material behavior at small or moderate strain regime. To realize the transient creep deformations along with kinematic hardening due to frictional resistance and orientation of molecular chains, a proven finite strain viscoplastic model is employed. After identifying the material parameters with reference to experimental data, we verify and demonstrate the fundamental performances of the proposed model in reproducing typical material behavior of resin.