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Fujin-secondary by peterku Fujin-secondary by peterku
This weekend job. Concept Standard, these days, handgun in futuristic overall. I did not make any crazy/weird features to keep it usual and believable.  Work has been made in 3ds max + vray as rendering engine. Completed in Photoshop.


Here are 2 pictures:

1. Fujin - main:  peterku.deviantart.com/art/Fuj…
2. Fujin - secondary:  peterku.deviantart.com/art/Fuj…

Do you like it or not? tnx for comments if any. f any. 
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:iconsentinel621:
Overall, very nice looking gun. I see elements of the Desert eagle in the barrel, and the M1911 in the rear of the slide. The usage of accessory rails makes it very "tacticool", ergo near-futuristic.

That said, a few nitpicks.

1) Magazine release (near the base of the trigger guard, if that is indeed the mag release) button seems very small. Either it has to be very sensitive to touch (which would be the source of many problems) or would be a b****h to operate.

2) Slide release also looks flimsy. I know you can justify it with "future-tec materials", but still. Looks a bit off.

3) smooth side panels on the handguard. That generally implies low friction materials. Could imply the pistol is liable to slide out of the operator's hands. That's not good :/

4) Not sure what the protrusion at the bottom of the gun's magazine is supposed to be. Pistol whip aid, perhaps?

5) The Fire/Safety selector seems like it'd be hard to operate with the operating hand. It's unique, to be sure, but I'd hate to try to flip back to safe while wearing gloves.
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:iconi-am-madbat:
I-Am-Madbat Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015
This works well. It's nice and streamlined, and uncomplicated.
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:iconsaberphoenix:
Saberphoenix Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
love it
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:iconthoughtengine:
thoughtengine Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014
Those grips do look slippery.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
yes it is. was lazy to place some textures on it...
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:iconjwright-3d-graphics:
JWright-3D-Graphics Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014  Student General Artist
very cool
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:icons-o-g-a:
S-O-G-A Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
とってもダイスキ。
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:iconoutmaced121:
OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Front Paged
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:iconthemalevolent:
This thing looks wicked, like a near-future Beretta.

The only two problems I can spot without digging up a magnifying glass are ones mentioned also by japanass:
- While the "back" of the grip looks good with the rubbery texture, the sides are too slick to get a good grip of the weapon
- The magazine release button is too small, making it difficult to press properly

Other than that, I'd love to have my hands on a gun like this.

EDIT:
I think I found a third problem after taking another look:

- It looks like this is designed for right-handed users, but in that case, the ejection port is on the wrong side of the weapon.
The way it is now, firing the gun could cause it to spit the cases in the user's face.
(Unless I'm horribly mistaken and the chrome part is NOT, in fact, the ejection port cover)
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
hi. You right. I'm lazy to make ejection part in right way. When I did top part I just made one half and then through symetric function I copy it on other side so it is symetrical which is not riht. 
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:iconmrhazz:
MrHazz Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Sweet Jog :)
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:iconbrowncoatmando:
BrowncoatMando Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist
It was a wise choice not to dress these up too much.  They like good dependable guns just ones from the near future. probably not chambered for anything real strange or exotic either?
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
ou. I didnt think about internal parts. just made a suit....
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:icongobananaskait:
GoBananasKait Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
just.. just... beutiful!<3
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx you.
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:iconteddy-cube:
Teddy-Cube Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
cool
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:iconstardustnuke:
StardustNuke Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Those look splendid.
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:iconsajuukkuujas:
SajuukkuujaS Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Classic, sturdy, beautiful. Wouldnt mind owning  a pair of those.
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:iconcholo0107:
cholo0107 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Professional General Artist
Can I have it?  hehe  awesome work...!
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:icondeviantyoungarter:
deviantYOUNGARTER Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Professional General Artist
like❤
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx.
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:iconbuckshot64:
Buckshot64 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
-Maybe a bit more texturing on the handles for better grip
-maybe render one, left hand breach & one right hand breach, so the shells eject outwards away from each other....( put the safety's on the opposite side of the breach too)
_ (so in the picture), the one on the left would have the safety on the other side. The one on the right would have the breach on the other side.....
I'm guessing for their size they'd be 9MM maybe?

 they look awesome with the onyx finish & the chrome breach!
they're kickass! :)
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:iconhero2142:
hero2142 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
i really like it but the rails on top wouldn't work that well with the slide moving back and forth... still like it alot
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
I know. To make it quick I just made it as it is as I didnt plan to render it in this angle so it mentioned to be invisible on the picture but then I changed the plans. 
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:iconeidylon:
eidylon Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very very sleek and comfortable looking design! love it -
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:iconrealtimebrush:
RealTimeBrush Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Fantastic piece of work, love the design and the materials you have used to create that classy sheen, they work very well with that model
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
I prefer this material last time. its sexy, easy to set up and rendering proccess of this material is really fast. 
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:iconwererat5:
wererat5 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
that is badass. totally believable and so streamlined. looks mean and pretty
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx you.
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:iconjapanass:
japanass Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
do you really want critique?
thinks like:
- it does not look like there is a good grip because of the shiny look
- you modelled and rendered so good looking guns please change the font so I can read what you have written
- the safety switch will make it impossible to hold and operate this guns with your left hand
- is the tiny little dot next to the trigger the release for the magazines
- please forget the pattern style on the b.g.; this is ruin the image

sorry, I could write lines like this but as long as I'm not able to build objects like yours and render them to look like yours I should be happy with the work you're sharing. thanks for sharing and the big inspiration!
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Hi. tnxs.

- I  know that grip needs better material in order not to be so slippy. I jus never do work on 100 percent. lazyness and time....
- This font is not good readable but I like it. probably I will change it in the furure for something another style. 
-what do you mean by "pattern style  on the b.g." can yoou be more specific? tnx you.

- No problem man. I always accept critic. Thats the only way how  to improve....
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:iconjapanass:
japanass Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Hello again!

Don't justify yourself! And if you do don't do it with lines like you never would work on 100% because - it does not fit to your very well done weapons or your work in general.
With "pattern" I mean the "rounded cornered rectangles" on the down right corner of your image.

If the tip is okay:
the font of "porsche" would fit very well to your kind of work. and if you like the style of military stencil you may try "blade runner" 

kind regards; J.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
I think that porsche I allready have in Windows. try it next time...
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:iconxenoside:
xenoside Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
This is a freaking gorgeous gun. This needs to be a real thing. Awesome work, as always.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx you mate. 
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:iconsequito-equitis:
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Undoubtedly gorgeous.

Query:  Will that magazine clear the sculpting near the top of the grip? 

I just can't gauge it visually.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
dont understand can you be more specific?
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:iconsequito-equitis:
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
The grip, which has the magazine protruding from the bottom, has an anatomical recess near the top.

I was wondering weather in a three dimensional model that magazine dimensions at the bottom -- if projected all the way to the top -- would actually fit past that constriction.  In essence, I'm asking whether you could make a scale mockup with a removable magazine for bullets that long all the way to the top, or if you "cheated" it a little for effect.

The reason for the question is I was about to wax poetic regarding another example of your entirely plausible concepts being every bit as "cool" as some of the ludicrous and unwieldy nonsense that appears in so many comics, games, and film.

Then I realized that if you cheated it a bit for effect I'd be making a more of a fool of myself than usual!
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
I was curious so I just check it and it is ok. Problem is grip. I was lazy to give theresome another material with texture so it looks now quite slippy.....
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:iconsequito-equitis:
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014
Wow, it really clears.

So again you prove stylishly cool doesn't have to be impractical (or worse yet, nonsensical).

Hollywood should take notice (or better yet, send you a job offer).
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:iconmyversionofart:
MyVersionofArt Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow. I absolutely love the design! I like the subtle rounder lines reminiscent of many futuristic designs, and it looks like it has a great balance. I can already picture this as a standard handgun for officials. Believable, for sure. This is definitely going in my fantasy/sci-fi weapons closet. :wow::clap:
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
actually at the begining I mentioned to do as police equipment but then I changed it.
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:iconmyversionofart:
MyVersionofArt Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So it's just a commercial gun. I still like it, even though I shoot leftie. Sleek design. :) (Bonus: my brother thinks it's cool as well. :P)
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:icondarckarchon:
DarckArchon Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful and practical. 
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx you.
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:iconturbosuo:
turbosuo Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Awesome work again!  I can totally seeing the Major using these in GitS.  Kinda expect to see guns like this in the near future anyway, once we develop better carbon nanotube fabrication techniques.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
no one know what future brigs. actually for me it is quite funny how people think about furure in 60's for example and it is just 50 years in the past.
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:iconturbosuo:
turbosuo Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Agreed.  I read a book I found among a bunch a teacher was giving away.  It had a bunch of short stories all written in the early 40's.  One of which talked about the world being dominated by a supercomputer bigger than the entire city of New York.  It was called the multivac.  It was all vacuum tube.  Aside from the fact that technicians would probably commit suicide if they had to locate the burnt tube, that thing would have been hotter than all hell.  I loved how they foresaw computer's potential for artificial thought even though they could NEVER imagine how small and cool todays computers are.  So yes, we can never predict the future exactly, but we can land in the right ball park.  That is how I see your gun designs.  Materials and technology will likely change, but what works, works.  That's why I like you stuff so much.  Futuristic, but without trying to re-invent the wheel.
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Yes. I remember I saw one document from time after second world war. Where inventors and designers predict how usual kitchen will look like in 50 years. It was quite funny when you compare it with our real presence.  Therefore I think we are also in same process. We also predict future based on our actual experiences but future is always different.  
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BlueGhostofSeaside Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Love them!
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:iconpeterku:
peterku Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
tnx you.
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