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Old 10-09-2007, 05:29 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can find detailed blueprints for the following assualt rifles:

G36 (no variants)
FNC
M16A2 or M16A4

I'm trying to model a fictional one based on the three listed and I'm having trouble making all the parts such as the stock and handguard to scale.

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i have a small but detailed m16a2 blueprint.


have you checked http://www.the-blueprints.com/ for the rest of them?

heres the A2
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Old 11-09-2007, 07:05 AM   #3
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Thanks for the link!

But I would have perfered larger more detailed images with top, bottom, front and rear views. So if anyone knows where I can get them, please tell.

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try the NSA.., they are probably watching YOU by now (joking).

sounds like your doing a game?? thats a big job.., maybe a graphic??

good luck.

i have DVD of 'guns for sale' its a promo for machine guns.., picked it up somewhere, ??? Thought I might be able to use it in a movie. I have never looked at it, no reason to buy a machine gun.., I'll have a look, if theres specs on it ill send it to you. Ill look tonight.
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Old 12-09-2007, 07:31 AM   #5
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mirek03 > 'try the NSA.., they are probably watching YOU by now (joking).'

Lol!

NSA agent 1: There's a kid looking for blueprints of assualt rifles for modelling reference in Maya! What do we do?!
NSA agent 2: We crash his computer! *evil laugh*


Anyways, I'm making a very detailed model (I hope) so I can test my maya skills and improve workflow. I'm planning to make a few artistic pieces with it and to learn how to render


mirek03 > 'i have DVD of 'guns for sale' its a promo for machine guns.., picked it up somewhere, ??? Thought I might be able to use it in a movie. I have never looked at it, no reason to buy a machine gun.., I'll have a look, if theres specs on it ill send it to you. Ill look tonight.'

That would be great. Thanks.
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