3D Weapon Challenge - The Mammoth  

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Digital_Blacksmith
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03/04/2019 12:55 pm  

Last time on My Life Sucks, my computer crashed, and I lost everything, including the gun I was working on for this. So now, I have to remake everything from scratch, and I figured that I would take this as a sign of the weapon gods to make something new. I decided to go a route that is not commonly taken with firearms... Fantasy.

I decided to take inspiration from games like Final Fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons, and various other fantasy games, and put it all into one big ass pistol inspired also by the elephant! Enjoy the rough draft!

3D Weapon Challenge - The Mammoth

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Digital_Blacksmith
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07/04/2019 2:51 pm  

Started on the blocking in ZBrush. Still 3000+ things to add to finish!

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Digital_Blacksmith
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09/04/2019 2:28 pm  

More blocking!

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Digital_Blacksmith
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10/04/2019 1:25 pm  

 

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Holtzir
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12/04/2019 12:46 pm  

Those things look like they hit like a truck! Love the design.


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Digital_Blacksmith
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12/04/2019 2:00 pm  

Thank you Holtzir! They have to be strong. I mean, they have to battle dragons, gods, and monsters haha! Here is some more detail work for you all!

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RobMastriano
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12/04/2019 2:21 pm  

Cool man!  I need to do a fantasy/stylized weapon one of these days... never occurred to me.  Good luck!


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JoshGreg
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16/04/2019 2:28 am  

I think your concept had potential, what you have now is just too ornate and messy. I think you should go a bit simpler with your silhoutte in this case and work on some very detailed filigree/sculpting on the gun itself. 


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