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Old 19-11-2007, 02:02 AM   #1
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Just watched the Jackal the other day, and I thought that the sniper gun thingy was pretty sweet. So I took their idea and started modeling something like it. Here's what I got so far:



P.S. Not that the rear part is just a box model. Still need to get the modified Browning M2 in there. Atleast, it looks like a Browning M2

P.P.S. Also still need to make the camera part for the lens
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Looks very good, I've seen that film as well (probabaly at the same time)
I can't remember the gun in detail, but it looks awesome

Keep up the good work

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Old 20-11-2007, 03:36 AM   #3
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any tips or tricks for weapons? tried a few times with different weapons, never really came out as i wanted it...
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I'm not really an expert, but for the basics, I usually use the extrude tool to get the basic shape right, and then add detail, but that can be done in many different ways

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